Huxley, Julian, 1887-1975
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MS 462
Overview The Grover Smith papers are largely comprised of photocopies of letters between literary critic and author Aldous Huxley and numerous correspondents -- literary, scientific, friends, and family -- mainly from Great Britain and the U.S., dating from 1908-1985, bulk years 1930s-1950s. Some original correspondence between Julian Huxley and Smith exists, which relates to Smith's publication of the Huxley letters as Letters of Aldous Huxley, Harper & Row, 1970.
Identifier: MS 512
Abstract: Journals, scrapbooks, sketches, and photographs by and about Julian and Juliette Huxley, covering family life; travels on behalf of UNESCO and for other research and personal purposes to Africa, Australia, and Europe; awards and honors; and academic and creative writing.
Identifier: MS 050
Abstract: Correspondence; diaries; mss. of writings; publications; materials on organizations including Unesco and Charles Darwin Foundation for the Galapagos Isles, conferences, including CCTA/IUCN Symposium on the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources in Modern African States (Arusha, Tanzania, 1961), Darwin Centennial Celebration (University of Chicago, 1959), and Ciba Foundation Symposium on Man and His Future (London, England, 1963), travel, and his tenure as professor at Rice Institute;...
Identifier: MS 474
Overview Correspondence forms the majority of this collection, ranging from 1897, with Julian Sorell Huxley (JSH) and his grandmother Henrietta exchanging letters, to 1994, shortly before the death of Lady Marie Juliette Huxley (MJH). The correspondence not only includes letters from Huxley family members and many twentieth-century intellectual, social, and cultural leaders, but it also provides extensive information about Juliette Huxley and her myriad activities. Also included in the collection is...