Item 40 - Letter from Henry Jackson to J. G. Frazer

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ADD.MS.c/58/40

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Letter from Henry Jackson to J. G. Frazer

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  • 23 May 1910 (Creation)

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Trinity College, Cambridge - Thanks him for his copy of 'Totemism and Exogamy', grieves that [Lorimer] Fison and [A. W.] Howitt have not lived to read it; had a visit from [John] Roscoe; and discusses ways he has supported Roscoe's candidature: he reminded [Lord] Crewe of Frazer's application for Roscoe, and wrote to Sir Kenneth Muir Mackenzie recommending Roscoe; notes that he knows the Chancellor [Lord Loreburn], but thinks it more effective to approach Muir Mackenzie.

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A typescript copy of this letter is housed as Add.Ms.b.36/105.

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