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NHM-WP03.003 Notebook: -- Small lined and ruled notebook with "Addresses" faintly visible on front cover and the remains of a brass clasp on back and front boards; containing very approximately personal and corporate names and addresses in A. R. Wallace's hand, with a few printed address lists and labels pasted onto some pages and onto the inside front cover, and lists of people to whom various A. R. Wallace publications or letters were sent (detailed below). Addresses are in alphabetical order by name but divided into categories, (by year?) so that there is more than one section A-Z. Addresses pasted in include a list in newsprint of newspaper offices in London, on the flyleaf underneath a list in A. R. Wallace's hand headed "Paintings". Twelve pages at the back of the book contain gardening notes written upside down relative to the front pages and beginning on the last page of the book. These are a calendar of flowering plants at the Dell, April-May 1873 and 1875, (143-141) list of Cape (South African) heaths each with botanical name, description and time of flowering, (pp. 139-131) and a diagram of plantings c. 1889-1890 (p. 130). A loose business card from Parsons & Hayter, Builders and Estate Agents of Swanage and Wareham, is enclosed between pp 63 and 64. The notebook is approximately 16cm x 9cm, approximately 120 pages, of which 12 between the address and gardening notes section are blank. Notes which are not, or not simply, address lists are: p. 19: Names: Dec 1879, written to about result of Epping Forest Competition. p. 20: Names: To send nationalisation circular (list undated) pp. 39-40: Names: Land Nationalisation bound and paper copies sent to.(At the top of p. 40 is a note of "Diagrams on black calico by Geo. A. Rea [sic]") p. 41: includes a list of Guildford newspapers. p. 42: includes a list of gardeners pp. 43-44: Probable income during 1886-7-8,and Fixed outgoings p.45: Names: Large photos (Portrait?) sent to. pp. 46-47: American addresses (other American addresses occur in the alphabetical sections) p. 48: Miscellaneous U. K names and addresses not in alphabetical order, including V.C. special committee of London Society for the abolition of vaccination. pp. 49-50: Names: Darwinism sent to p. 50; Names: L. N. (Land Nationalisation) Address (sent to?) p. 54: Names: "Expressiveness of Speech", copies sent to p. 55: Names: "Gorge of the Aar", sent to p. 76: includes names: Copies of L.N. address 1895 "Unemployed" sent to p. 79: includes names: Copies new edition of "Island Life" July 1902 sent to p. 106: includes names: Copies of "Is Mars Habitable" sent to p. 108: Names: "Is it peace or war" copies of Public Opinion Aug 14, 1908 sent to Name: Wallace, Alfred Russel, 1823-1913 Notes: I have numbered the pages in pencil in square brackets from  to  beginning with the inside front flyleaf . P J Lucas Feb 2003. 5. Extremely poor condition, broken back, boards loose, flyleaf and some pages at front loose. This is likely to be a very important source of information and conservation should be high priority. PJL 2003
S358aa Periodical contribution: Wallace, A. R. 1883. Mr. Wallace on land nationalization. Pall Mall Gazette no. 5594 (3 Feb. 1883): 2.
S358ab Periodical contribution: Wallace, A. R. 1883. Land nationalization-a correction. Pall Mall Gazette no. 5602 (13 Feb. 1883): 2.
S722[3d] Book: Wallace, A. R. 1882. Land nationalisation; its necessity and its aims; being a comparison of the system of landlord and tenant with that of occupying ownership in their influence on the well-being of the people. Third edition, with appendix on the nationalisation of house property. London: W. Reeves. Text PDF
S368a Periodical contribution: Wallace, A. R. 1883. Mr. S. Smith, M.p. , on land nationalisation. Liverpool Daily Post No. 8866 (4 December): 7.
NHM-WP14.002.005 Printed: 1887? Cutting from a (Denver, Colorado?) paper, column 1 page 8, undated, (1887?) headlined "Forming a new party" on the formation of the American Party to be represented Colorado by Henri R Foster, outlining its political platform. Several points, including proposed control of immigration, nationalisation, land ownership and monopolies, have been marked in pencil. The reverse contains advertisements. Place: USA
NHM-WP05.001 Printed: 1888--1892 Reports of the Land Nationalisation Society 1888-1892, 2 printed pamphlets with some annotations in A. R. Wallace's hand; contents include a list headed by A. R. Wallace, President, of office-bearers and council members, and the Society's constitution and rules.
NHM-WP05 Note: 1888-- The Land Nationalisation Society, a Socialist land-reform society whose aim was "to restore the Land to the People and the People to the Land" (Society's report 1891-92, back cover), was formed in 1881 with A. R. Wallace as President and was still in existence in 1905. The few papers in this class comprise two reports published during his Presidency and a legal agreement re land mortgage. WP5/1 1889-1892 Published Reports. WP5/2  Legal documents
S410a Periodical contribution: Wallace, A. R. 1888. Peasant proprietorship or land nationalization for Ireland. Pall Mall Gazette no. 7361 (19 Oct. 1888): 11.
NHM-WP05.001.001 Printed: 1889.06.00 "Report of the Land Nationalisation Society 1888-9", printed pamphlet with some passages marked, annotated in A. R. Wallace's hand beneath date "June 1889", 30 pages plus text inside front and back covers; annotations on cover include in A. R. Wallace's hand "Mr Mills book" and in WGW's? hand "pp 18-19." These pages refer to Herbert V Mills 1889 "Poverty and the State".
NHM-WP01.002.013 Correspondence: Wallace Alfred Russel, Wallace Violet, Marshall J W, Huxley Thomas Henry 1890.06.14 Letter from A. R. Wallace to his daughter Violet, from Parkstone, Dorset 14 Jun 1890 re marking exam papers; writing address for L.N.(Land Nationalisation) Society; Violet's studies; local walks. Place: Dorset England Swanage Studland Godalming Surrey
NHM-WP05.001.002 Printed: 1891--1892 "Report of the Land Nationalisation Society 1891-92", printed pamphlet annotated in A. R. Wallace's hand "My address Criticising H Spencer's 'Justice"'; 37 pages plus text inside front and back covers.
NHM-WP01.001.013 Correspondence: Wallace Alfred Russel, Wallace William Greenell, Cockerell Mr, Right? Mr, Allinson Mr, Nichol Colonel, Cooper Mrs, Meldola Raphael 1891.06.15 Letter from A. R. Wallace to his son William, from Parkstone, Dorset, 15 Jun 1891 re A. R. Wallace to lecture on Land Nationalisation; William's sister Violet; Mr and Mrs Cockerell going to Jamaica; death and funeral of Mrs (Allinson?); visit to Meldola's (possibly Finsbury Technical College?) various visitors to the house. Place: Dorset England Notes: Numbered in pencil in Mrs Richard Wallace's hand:12
NHM-WP01.002.026 Correspondence: Wallace Alfred Russel, Wallace Violet, Sowerby William, Geikie Sir Archibald 1892.05.05 Letter from A. R. Wallace to his daughter Violet, from Parkstone, Dorset 5 May 1892 re tickets for Zoo; servants; socialism; Examiners meeting; Land Nationalisation meeting; horticultural exhibitions. Place: Dorset England Notes: Annotated in an unknown hand "A good ending".
NHM-WP01.002.028 Correspondence: Wallace Alfred Russel, Wallace Violet, Hughes Mr, Marshall J W, Macdonald Miss, Spencer Herbert 1892.06.09 Letter from A. R. Wallace to his daughter Violet, from Parkstone, Dorset 9 Jun 1892 re growing grape-vines; marking exam papers, including examples of some answers; A. R. Wallace's address to Land Nationalisation meeting; Nutwood cottage garden. Place: Dorset England
NHM-WP01.002.029 Correspondence: Wallace Alfred Russel, Wallace Violet, Spencer Herbert, Dyer Sir William Turner Thiselton-, Britten Hardinge Mrs, Hall Marshall- Mrs, Baker Mr, Bennett Mr?, Wallace Eliza, 1892.07.03 Letter from A. R. Wallace to his daughter Violet, from Parkstone, Dorset 3 Jul 1892 re land nationalisation meeting; visit to Kew gardens; reading proofs of "Australasia"; article for "Natural Science"; Violet's career; lecture by Mrs Britten; family. Place: Dorset England
S471 Periodical contribution: Wallace, A. R. 1893. President's address, 1893: The conditions essential to the success of small holdings. Report of the Land Nationalisation Society 1892-3: 15-23.
NHM-WP01.002.063 Correspondence: Wallace Alfred Russel, Wallace Violet, Wallace Annie née Mitten, Mitten Bessie, ? Eleanor? 1895.06.02 Letter from A. R. Wallace to his daughter Violet, from Parkstone, Dorset 2 Jun 1895, re examination meetings and reports, choosing orchids at Witley; gift of Barmah (Burma?) orchids; gardening; her brother William's plans and Violet's proposed walking tour; possibility of Aunt Bessie (Bessie Mitten) and Ma (Annie Wallace) taking a Polytechnic tour to Switzerland; sending a copy of his address on the unemployed; sending £5 towards cost of Violet's fees and lodgings; proposed excursion near Blandford with the Bournemouth Botanic Club; remembrances to Eleanor. Place: Bournemouth Dorset England Switzerland Notes: The Address referred to is "Suggestions for solving the problems of the unemployed, etc. etc.", Presidential address read at the fourteenth annual meeting of the Land-Nationalisation Society, 8 April 1895. LNS Tract No 64 (London 1895) 1-20.
NHM-WP01.001.022 Correspondence: Wallace Alfred Russel, Wallace William Greenell, MacAlpine G A, Sharpe J W, Meldola Raphael, Hayward Arthur, 1897.02.09 Letter from A. R. Wallace to his son William, from Parkstone, Dorset, 9 Feb 1897 re a recent journey by William; Mac's health; William's preparations for a voyage to America, advice on his visiting Meldola and spending Sharpe's present of money; suggestion he visit the House of Commons to observe a session, enclosing cards (not present) of 2 members of the L.N. (Land Nationalisation) Society; regards to the Haywards. Place: America Dorset England Notes: Numbered in pencil in Mrs Richard Wallace's hand:21
NHM-WP05.002 Legal:  Legal document relating to the Land Nationalisation Society.
NHM-WP05.002.001 Legal:  Part of a legal agreement re sale and mortgaging of shared property, beginning "Premises or such part thereof as shall have been so bought", apparently part of a longer document ; couched in general terms, referring to "The Society" and it's members responsibilities; unsigned and undated; on large legal paper 76cm x 55cm with ruled red margins, Ms in an unknown hand, with slits at top centre for insertion of an attachment (ribbon to another document, or seal?); a section on the bottom right seems to have been cut away and may have contained signatures. Notes: Probably never put into force; probably the Land Nationalisation Society, maybe drawn up when A. R. Wallace, A C Swinton and others were looking at property c 1900.
NHM-WP01.001.109 Correspondence: Wallace Alfred Russel, Wallace William Greenell, Wallace Violet, ? Reginald, Walker , Swinton A C, Jennings Miss of Parkstone, Estcourt , Dibben , Wimborne 1905.07.26 Letter from A. R. Wallace to his son William, from Broadstone, Dorset, 26 Jul 1905 thanking William for inscription from Maen LLia stone; L N (land nationalisation?) Society affairs; visitors; conveyancing of land for road; proofs of book arriving. Place: Dorset England Notes: Numbered in pencil in Mrs Richard Wallace's hand: 101
NHM-WP07.094 Printed: 1906.09.24 7 press cuttings, some with annotations or passages marked, on nationalisation of the railways, including a letter by A. R. Wallace "How to Nationalise Railroads" from the "Daily News" 24 Sep 1906 and letters to the Editor in reply; in small envelope labelled in A. R. Wallace's hand "Art. on 'Nationalising Railways' | Leading Art. same day | & How to buy the Railways"'. Notes: See also cutting dated 1893 proposing the provision of public footpaths along railway lines to provide access to stations, removed and recorded separately as WP7/67. When listed the small envelope was filed in box 2 with papers in an envelope addressed to Richard Wallace, postmarked 1996, labelled "Newspaper cuttings | Various" comprising press cuttings, corrected proofs, book reviews and print.
NHM-WP01.001.198 Correspondence: Wallace Alfred Russel, Wallace William Greenell, Wallace Annie née Mitten, Wallace Violet Isabel?, Swinton A C, Swinton Mrs A C, Williams Anuerin, Darwin Charles Robert 1908.12.02 Letter from A. R. Wallace to his son William from Old Orchard, Broadstone, Wimborne (Dorset), 2 Dec 1908 annotated in WGW's? hand "Lecture | Medals" and " O M | V"? re request from Mrs Swinton for full names of William and his sister Violet, Aneurin Williams, barrister and a director of the "Garden City Company" her husband's executor, past correspondence about Mr Swinton's will on behalf of the Land Nationalisation Society, shares for William and Violet; arrival of the (Royal Society) Copley medals, one gold and one silver; letter from Lord Chancellor excusing A. R. Wallace from personal attendance at the Investiture (of the Order of Merit); his own and William's health; progress of writing lecture (on Darwinism, for the Royal Institution). Place: Broadstone Dorset England Notes: OLD REF Letters re R I lecture and Medals 1908 and 1909: WP1/19/11/3