Sent by Charles Robert Darwin, Down House, Beckenham, Kent, S.E. to Joseph Dalton Hooker [none given] on 17 December 1879.
About Miss Buckley's concerns for Wallace's ill-health and his desire to obtain regular partially outdoor work, or indoor work that can be partially done from home. Darwin suggests to Hooker that they might advocate for Wallace to receive a government pension given Wallace's scientific achievements.
A typical letter handwritten by amanuensis in English and signed by author.
An original MS
Total Pages : 6
Pages with text: 6