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UVa-Darwin_Evolution_3314-1.103    Figure:    1849   Lithograph of Charles Darwin by S.H. Maguire, 1849
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UVa-Darwin_Evolution_3314-1.106    Photo:    1868   Photographs of Charles Darwin, by Julia Margaret [Cameron?], 1868
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UVa-Darwin_Evolution_3314-1.113    Photo:    Undated   Photograph of Charles Darwin, n.d.
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UVa-Darwin_Evolution_3314-1.114    Figure:    Undated   Engraving of Charles Darwin, n.d.
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UVa-Darwin_Evolution_3314-1.115    Figure:    Undated   Statue of Charles Darwin, n.d.
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UVa-Darwin_Evolution_3314-1.116    Photo:    Undated   Photograph of Bust of Charles Darwin made by Horace Montford, n.d.
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UVa-Darwin_Evolution_3314-1.29    Correspondence:   Darwin Charles Robert, Sclater Philip Lutley  1843.10.27   C[harles] Darwin to Smith & Elder, 1843 October 27. ALS, 1 p.; with attached address leaf; postmarked 1848 October 27. Re payment by the treasury.
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UVa-Darwin_Evolution_3314-1.42    Correspondence:   Darwin Charles Robert, Sclater Philip Lutley  1865.05.16   Charles Darwin to "Dear Sir," [1865] May 16. ALS, 4 pp. on 1 l. Concerning a proposed "ice treatment" for "acid and morbid secretions" of the stomach.
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UVa-Darwin_Evolution_3314-1.43    Note:    1865.05.20   [Charles] Darwin's medical history, 1865 May 20. AN, 2 pp. on 1 l.; docketed. Darwin's notes on his persistent stomach illness.
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UVa-Darwin_Evolution_3314-1.44    Correspondence:   Darwin Charles Robert, Sclater Philip Lutley  1865.06.07   Ch[arles] Darwin to "My Dear Sir," 1865 June 7. ALS, 5 pp. on 2 l. Concerning Darwin's stomach illness, including his "three or four fits of flatulence every day," and the effects of ice treatment.
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UVa-Darwin_Evolution_3314-1.47    Correspondence:   Darwin Charles Robert, Sclater Philip Lutley  1867.02.27   Ch[arles]Darwin to [James Philip Mansel Weale?], [1867?] February 27. ALS, 2 pp. on 1 l. Concerning distributing Darwin's queries on human expression.
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UVa-Darwin_Evolution_3314-1.48    Correspondence:   Darwin Charles Robert, Sclater Philip Lutley  1867.08.27   Charles Darwin to F. [sic] P[hilip] Mansel Weale [1867], August 27. ALS, 4 pp. on 1 l.; with envelope, postmarked. Concerning plants native to the Cape of Good Hope; observations on human expression by a brother of a Kaffir chief. Thanks Weale for information about children pouting and claims that this expression is also found among Indian children. Disagrees with the French who claim there is "a grief muscle," and describes the muscles of the face involved in frowning. He also thanks him for a specimen of locust dung, and mentions experimenting on the dung for seeds.
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UVa-Darwin_Evolution_3314-1.49    Printed:    1867   Queries about Expression compiled by Charles Darwin, [1867]. ANsS, 4 pp. on 1 l. A series of numbered queries about a variety of facial and bodily expressions, containing entries on astonishment, shame, excitement, sneering, contempt, head nodding, and others. Mentions that observations of natives who had had little contact with Europeans would be most valuable. Darwin also claims that general remarks on expression are of comparatively little value, and that memory is so deceptive in subjects like these that he hopes it may not be trusted to.
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UVa-Darwin_Evolution_3314-1.50    Correspondence:   Darwin Charles Robert, Sclater Philip Lutley  1868.01.23   Ch[arles] Darwin to J.P. Mansel Weale, [1868] January 23. ALS, 4 pp. on 1 l.; with envelope; postmarked London 1868 February 7. Congratulates Weale on his marriage, and claims there is "great charm in a settler's life." Darwin also suggests that were Weale to remain in England, he could assume the botanical chair at Oxford. Mentions information on human expression, and laments the lack of "progress of civilization in South Africa." Mentions a photograph of a Bushwoman from Huxley. Discourages Weale's continued work on glacial activity in the southern hemisphere.
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UVa-Darwin_Evolution_3314-1.56    Correspondence:   Darwin Charles Robert, Sclater Philip Lutley  1873.11.03   Charles Darwin to Virginius Dabney, 1873 November 3. ALS, 2 pp. on 1 l.; with envelope; postmarked. Concerning the eating habits of caterpillars and hogs.
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UVa-Darwin_Evolution_3314-1.59    Correspondence:   Darwin Charles Robert, Sclater Philip Lutley  1875.04.31   Charles Darwin to "My dear Sir," [1875] April 31. ALS, 3 pp. on 1 l. Concerning the modification of a species; Darwin's new work on insectivorous plants. Partial envelope pasted to letter; letter brittle; missing portion of letter.
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UVa-Darwin_Evolution_3314-1.61    Correspondence:   Darwin Charles Robert, Sclater Philip Lutley  1876.03.06   Charles Darwin to Mrs. S. B. Herriet, 1876 March 6. ALS, 3 pp. on 1 l. Explaining his reasons for believing Drosera was a carnivorous plant.
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UVa-Darwin_Evolution_3314-1.63    Correspondence:   Darwin Charles Robert, Sclater Philip Lutley  1878.10.20   Charles Darwin to Virginius Dabney, 1878 October 20. ALS, 4 pp. on 1 l.; with envelope. Thanking her for her letter, and her trouble in sending him a hybrid tomato plant.
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UVa-Darwin_Evolution_3314-1.64    Correspondence:   Darwin Charles Robert, Sclater Philip Lutley  1879.09.11   Ch[arles]Darwin to "Dear Sir," 1879 September 11. ALS, 2 pp. on 1 l. Regarding Erasmus Darwin's biography and German and French editions.
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UVa-Darwin_Evolution_3314-1.80    Correspondence:   Darwin Charles Robert, Sclater Philip Lutley  Undated   Ch[arles] Darwin to unidentified recipient, n.y. November 2. ALS, 4 pp. on 1 l. Regarding a theory of language. Darwin responds to this unidentified author's courteous criticism of natural selection. Darwin concludes his letter, "considering what Geology teaches us, the argument for the supposed immutability of specific Types seems to me much the same as if, in a nation which had no old writings, some wise old savage was to say that his language had never changed; but my metaphor is too long to fill up."
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UVa-Darwin_Evolution_3314-1.81    Correspondence:   Darwin Charles Robert, Sclater Philip Lutley  Undated   Ch[arles]Darwin to [James Phillip Mansel Weale], n.y. December 9. ALS, 4 pp. on 1 l. Regarding seeds in locust dung germinating; Weale's paper on Bonatea, and mentions that Lyell was going to cite Weale's findings in a new edition of the Principles.
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UVa-Darwin_Evolution_3314-1.82    Correspondence:   Darwin Charles Robert, Sclater Philip Lutley  Undated   Ch[arles]Darwin to unidentified recipient, n.y. December 11. ALS, 2 pp. on 1 l. Regarding purchasing books.
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UVa-Darwin_Evolution_3314-1.93    Printed:    1882.04.26   Ticket for Charles Darwin's funeral, 1882 April 26
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UVa-Darwin_Evolution_3314-1.94    Printed:    1882.04.26   Program for Charles Darwin's funeral, 1882 April 26
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UVa-Darwin_Evolution_3314.1.105    Photo:    1869   Photograph of Charles Darwin, 1869
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