Publications, contains a substantial quantity of draft material in Bateson's hand. The bulk of this, preserved in his original inscribed folders, is for Bateson's seminal work Materials for the Study of Variation (1894). This group of papers largely consists of a great quantity of notes on bibliographical references, with press cuttings and some correspondence. There are also drafts, notes and correspondence relating to various articles written for Encyclopaedia Britannica, c.1900-1926, drafts for articles contributed to a range of scientific publications including Proceedings of the Royal Society and Biometrika, and a few letters to newspapers. Further correspondence, with reviews, chiefly concerns the publication of books and proposed books by Bateson, in particular Mendel's Principles of Heredity: A Defence (1902). The remaining material comprises offprints, reprints and publishers' accounts.
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