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Month: May 1920

32 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 2 May 1920

Smith writes about various subjects including: geometrical calculations relating to the eye and vision; sending a copy of ‘Early History of Veterinary Literature’ to the Surgeon General, Washington; rewriting chapters on the eye and hearing for the new edition of ‘Veterinary Physiology’.

33 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 6 May 1920

Smith writes about various subjects including: sending a copy of ‘Early History of Veterinary Literature’ to the Surgeon General, Washington; rewriting chapter on the eye for the new editon of ‘Veterinary Physiology’; J W Brittlebank and the ‘Veterinary Record’; Smith arranging his cremation; lecture by Dr Charles Singer…

34 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 2 May 1920

Smith writes about various subjects including: rewriting chapters on the senses for new edition of ‘Veterinary Physiology’; the ‘Veterinary Record’; Dr Charles Singer potentially helping Bullock’s career prospects; Bullock’s son Wilfred; Janet Bullock editing Smith’s manuscripts; ‘British Medical Journal’; donating books to the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons library; Bailliere, Tindall & Cox publishers; ‘Labyrinth of Animals’ by A A Gray; Hobday

35 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 16 May 1920

Smith writes regarding negotiating the printing of a new edition of ‘Veterinary Physiology’ with the publishers Bailliere, Tindall & Cox. He also asks Bullock to contact someone in France to acquire a photograph of the autograph of Gabriel Colin. Smith also mentions Dr Charles Singer; …

36 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 26 May 1920

Smith writes to ask if Bullock is better, and to instruct him to cease overworking.

37 – Letter to Fred Bullock from Frederick Smith, 31 May 1920

Smith writes to instruct Bullock to do no work in the evenings, and uses the example of Charles Darwin. Smith also mentions the ‘Journal of Physiology’, ‘Journal of Comparative Pathology’ and ‘Veterinary Journal’ and articles submitted for publication. He writes that he is now reworking the chapter on generation and development for the new edition of ‘Veterinary Physiology’, and asks Bullock if he would prefer to review the proofs instead of his wife Janet, due to the ‘intimate’ content…