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Waller, Dr and Mrs Augustus D.

File consists of folder of handwritten and typed correspondence, as well as transcribed excerpts, between Welby and Dr. Augustus Waller and his wife Alice M. Waller. Topics include: "sense"; theology and spiritual life; the division between physics and metaphysics; discipline of physiology; the physical basis of dream; theories of Victor Horsley, Ziehen, Wundt, Weissmann and Haeckel; writings of Mr. Wallace, Mr. Crookes and Mr. Galton; ex-citation the call from without; Quakerism; agnosticism; religion and science; protoplasm and excitability; Welby's suggestion Waller speak to Professor Karl Pearson; Waller's opinions of Welby's neice who also persues physiological studies;. Also includes a handwritten outline of a work focused on sense, meaning and significance, as well as typed and handwritten notes on Waller's writing, including two copies of 10 page typed response to Wall'ers paper on Analogy between Reflex in Logical Procecnes. Includes a handwritten summary of the nature of their correspondence. The Wallers write from: Weston Lodge 16 Grove End Road, N.W., Dixcart's Hotel, Lark, Channel Islands, Marlston House, Newbury, and the Physiological Laboratory at the University of London. It appears that Welby visited them sometime in 1889, again in July 1892. The Wallers visited Denton in 1892.

Wallich, Joseph C.

File consists of two letters and an envelope from Joseph C. Wallich, writing from 466 Cass Avenue, Detroit Michigan, responding to Welby's article "Meaning and Metaphor" published in the July 1893 issue of "Monist." Wallich requests pamphlets which Welby offered to interesed readers in the article.

Walrond, T.

File consists of a handwritten letter and two typed transcripts from Mr. T. Walrond, writing from 65 Lancaster Gate West regarding extracts that Welby had prepared of her correspondence with Dean Stanley. It appears Walrond was writing about Stanley or editing a collection of his letters.

Walters, Prof. Henry Guy

File consists of two postcards from Professor Henry Guy Walters, thanking Welby for reviewing his work in the Hibbert Journal. Also includes a brief letter in response from Welby. The postcards contain short handwritten notes but are predominantly advertisements of Walters' credentials as an "instructor in Philosophy and Psycho-Physiology method of William James..." including a listing of his publications and the topics he is available to speak about at "Parlor and Club Lectures."

Ward, Mrs (Mary A.) Humphrey

File consists of folder of handwritten and typed correspondence, as well as typed transcriptions, excerpts and letter drafts, between novelist Mrs. Humphrey Ward (Mary Arnold Ward) and Welby. Topics include: Welby's campaign to defend Ward's novel "Robert Elsmere" in the English press; types of Christianity; writings by Laurence Oliphant, Max Muller, Professor Clifford ; "Lux Mundi" ; Welby's "Mental Biology;" Ward's philanthropic work; letters that Welby forwarded from others regarding Ward's writing and Welby's cousin (The Warden of Keble? Not present in file); a letter from a Mr. Wickstead forwarded by Ward to Welby (not present in file). Includes Welby's extensive typed notes on religion and faith. It is clear that Welby and Ward met in 1887, July 1888, 1890. Ward writes from: 61 Russell Square; Fox Gyll, Ambleside; Lower Grayswood, Haslemere; 25 Grosvenor Place, S.W. and Villa Iqca, Pallermo. Some of Welby's letters are written from Strathpeffer Spa.

Ward, James

File consists of folder of correspondence between Welby and James Ward. Includes a letter written to Prof. Sidgwick by Ward about Welby's thoughts on psychology and the science of interpretation. Topics include: indepth debates about Welby's theories; Welby's efforts to meet with Ward (at Cambridge University?) in 1902; writings by Dr. Royce; the Unseen, the Spiritual and the Super-Natural; the psychology of metaphor or anology; the logic and epistemology of metaphor; education versus information; and Wards reactions to Welby's theories. Ward writes from: 6 Selwyn Gardens, Cambridge.

Ward, Prof. Lester Frank

File consists of folder of handwritten and typed letters (with edited typed excerpts and drafts) between Welby and Professor Lester F. Ward. Topics include: Welby's invitation to Ward to be her guest during London Congress Week in 1906 (although he did visit her); Ward's thoughts on Welby's book "What is Meaning?" as well as other articles and her poetry; work of Dr. Saleeby and Ward's efforts to put him in touch with Welby's work; the Ameican Sociological Society; writings of Bergson, Forillee; ideas of time and space; and Welby's illness in 1907. Ward writes from 59 rue Notre Dame des Champs in Paris; and the Department of Social and Political Science at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island.

Watson, WilIiam

File consists of a typed transcription (possible excerpt) of a letter from William Watson. Annotated "William Watson [D.R.M.?] on the 'Keynote'." The letter is critical analysis of a poem (by Welby?).

Webb, Clement C. J.

File consists of folder of handwritten and typed correspondence (including typescript excerpts and drafts) between Welby and Clement C.J. Webb. Topics include: Webb's participation in a week long conference at Denton hosted by Welby in April 1892; Webb's responses to Welby's articles and writing; significs, metaphor; thinking 'spherically'; writings of Gegl, Jowett, Oliver Lodge and Mr. Sully; Web writes from Magdalen College at Oxford.

Wedgwood, Miss F. Julia

File consists of folder of handwritten and typed letters between Welby and Miss F. Julia Wedgwood from 1884. Also included typed excerpts and letter drafts. Topics include: Wedgwood's reading as directed by Welby; their mutual friendship with Mrs. Mary Everest Boole (and conflict arrising from Boole's mental illness, "moral insanity', and charges leveled against a mutual friend); Wedgwood's article on Maurice in the British Quarterly Review; Wedgwood's thoughts of "Links and Clues"; Wedgwood writes from: Cilrhiw Narbert, South Wales and 56 George Street, Portman Square, W.

Wedgwood, Miss F. Julia

File consists of folder of handwritten and typed letters between Welby and Miss F. Julia Wedgwood. Also included typed excerpts and letter drafts. Topics include: Wedgwood's thoughts on Welby's articles and theories; nature of evil; writings of Thomas Erskine; their mutal friendship with Mary Everest Boole; gifts of flowers; Wedgewood's sister Hope; the death of Mrs. Oliphant; "moral insanity"; Wedgwood meeting Mrs.Hinton; the bigamy scandal of Howard Hinton, who was married to Mrs. Boole's daughter, Mary Ellen; and Wedgwood's advice to Welby about seeking out a leading scientific scholar, Huxley perhaps, to respond to her writing. Wedgwood writes from: 56 George Street, Portman Square, W.; Putney, and Abinger Hall, Dorking.

Wedgwood, Miss F. Julia

File consists of folder of handwritten and typed letters between Welby and Miss F. Julia Wedgwood. Also included typed excerpts and letter drafts. Topics include: the illness and death of Wedgwood's mother and the sudden blindness of her father; the writings of Huxley, Nasmyth, Coleridge, and Darwin; Wedgwood responding to Welby's "Appeal"; concept of Redemption; the nature of evil; Wedgwood's research on the Talmud; Welby's curiosity about Wedgwood's correspondence with Miss C. Stephen regarding "The Moral Ideal"; gifts of flowers; Welby's aversion to the term "supernatural;" Wedgwood's reflections on her uncle's work "Origin of the Species" ; and their mutual friendship with Mrs. Mary Everest Boole. Wedgwood writes from: 31 Queen Anne Street; 13 Upper Wimpole Street; The Grove, Huntingdon Road, Cambridge; Idle Rocks, Stone, Staffordshire and 94 Gower Street, W.C..

Wedgwood, Miss F. Julia

File consists of folder of handwritten and typed letters between Welby and Miss F. Julia Wedgwood. Also included typed excerpts and letter drafts. Topics include: the death of Wedgwood's father; . Wedgwood visit to Denton in December 1891; gifts of flowers; a lunar eclipse in May 1892; Wedgwood's opposition of vivisection; the "sudden insanity of your literary acquaintance"; and their mutual correspondence with Dr. van Eeden. Also includes a clipping from "Women's Herald" from 23 May 1891 featuring an article about Julia Wedgwood. Wedgwood writes from: West Terace Folkestone, and 94 Gower Street, W.C..

Wedgwood, Miss F. Julia

File consists of folder of handwritten and typed letters between Welby and Miss F. Julia Wedgwood. Also included typed excerpts and letter drafts. Topics include: writings of Huxley, Vernon Lee and the Duke of Argyll; sorrow and depression; gifts of flowers; Wedgwood's trip to Aux les Bains; religious topics and significs. Wedgwood writes from: Leith Hill Place, Dorking; Abinger Hall, Dorking, The Rookery, Richmond, Yorkshire; and 94 Gower Street, W.C..

Wedgwood, Miss F. Julia

File consists of folder of handwritten and typed letters between Welby and Miss F. Julia Wedgwood. Also included typed excerpts and letter drafts. Topics include: closing her parent's London home; arranging her parents' correspondence; gift of flowers; Welby's injury; semantics; mental suffering; ghosts; phantom limbs, love between men and women; Wedgwood's correspondence with Mrs. Russell [Guerney?]; insomnia; the death of Lord Farrer; Welby's writing; Welby's eye trouble in 1901, and not being contacted to contribute letter for a memoir on Gurney; the movment of plants and a critique of the biography of Martineau. Wedgwood writes from: Idle Rocks, Stone, Staffordshire; 16 Landsdowne Road, Notting Hill, W. and 94 Gower Street, W.C.

Wedgwood, Miss F. Julia

File consists of folder of handwritten and typed letters between Welby and Miss F. Julia Wedgwood. Also included typed excerpts and letter drafts. Topics include: Wedgwood's reaction to "Links & Clues"; Ethel Meyer's travels to Egypt; Welby's plans for a second book; a letter to Ethel Meyer from Wedgewood forwarded by Welby on the topic of illness; the departure of "L. von H." (Lily von Hafku?) from Idle Rocks; caution against "diverted passion," the search for a permanent lady companion; the death of Ethel Meyer's cousin Mrs. Cameron who died in childbirth; copies of letters from Ellen Guruly, including a letter containing verse by Mrs. Charles; photographs; Mary Boole; the pre-existence of the soul; cytology; Welby's opinion of Dr. Tayler and mother-sense.
Wedgewood writes from Idle Rock, Stone, Stratford; Leadendale, Blythebridge, Stoke-on-Trent, 3 Whitehall Court SW, 16 Landsdown Road, Holland Pond W, and 94 Gower Street.

Welldon, J. C.

File consists of folder of a typed letter from Welby and a handwritten response from a Mr. Welldon, writing from Dulwich College, S.E., on the subject of Welby's writing and an invitation to visit Welby in London at 5 Upper Berkeley Street in Portman Square.

Wells, H. G.

File consists of folder of typed and handwritten letters between H.G. Wells and Welby . Topics include: Welby's attempts to engage Wells in her significs theory (she sent him a copy of "Grains of Sense," "Vital Divorce," and "What is Meaning?" amongst other papers); Wells' own writing (including "Ann Veronica"); and Welby's persistent attempts to meet with Wells in person to discuss her theories (ultimately successful). Includes a typed outline titled "(Supposed sequel to "War of the Worlds". Rough Sketch)." which appears to be by Welby (?). Wells writes from 17 Church Row, Hampstead; Spade House, Sandgate; and Heatherlea, Worcester Park, Surrey. In some letters Welby is writing from Duneaves, Harrow and Station Hotel, Morar, Inverness-shire, Scotland.

Werner, Charles A.

File consists of folder of handwritten and typed letters between Welby and Charles A Werner. Topics include: efforts to coordinate a meeting to discuss philosophy; reaction to each other's writing and the discipline of significs; and Welby introducing Werner to Dr. Slaughter. Werner writes from Harrow on the Hill.

Macmillan & Co. R.&R. Clark Ltd.

Consists of correspondence between Welby and Macmillan Ltd. and R. & R. Clarke Ltd., publishers and printers of Welby's earlier works. The corresponsce concerns Welby's efforts to have her work "Significs" (also known as "Significs and Language") published (at her own expense). Includes discussion of format, copyright and type setting as well as cost.

University of Cambridge Press

Consists of correspondence between Welby and Cambridge University Press regarding inclusion of her entry on "significs" in the 1910 edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica. Also includes an envleope of news clippings regarding the pbulcation of the Encyclopedia Brittanica.

Letters, drawings and photographs to H. H. Brown from Eugene A. Moxley

File consists of letters, drawings and photographs to H.H. Brown from Eugene A. Moxley that discuss plants in Ontario such as the marsh fern and polystichum lonchitis; a photograph of Frank Moxley in a corn field taken September 1947; a photograph of a barn that has the buildings numbered from 1-6 with an identification key written on the back; and a photograph of a fossil sent to H.H. Brown by Moxley.

Moxley, Eugene A.

Robert Taylor : correspondence and papers 1875-1883

File consists of correspondence to Miss. Annie Hill and later Mrs. [Robert] Taylor. Letter content describes conditions of Winnipeg in the late 1800s, such as the weather, business, price of bread, real estate and journey to Winnipeg, as well the prospects out west and in Ontario. In one letter Robert Taylor asks Annie's father for permission to marry her, and in another letter he mentions a fight that broke out in which a miller working for Wadsworth was beaten. There is also a Dissolution and Partnership document involving and signed by Robert Taylor.

Taylor, Robert

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