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              A H Garrod Notebook
              VET/1/4 · Item · c1870-1877
              Part of Veterinary and pathology

              Research notebook of A H Garrod, Prosector/Anatomist at London Zoo (1871-1879). Contains notes on the post-mortems of animals. Most are not dated.

              Gulliver, George
              SEC/7/7/31 · File · 1870-1871
              Part of ZSL Secretaries

              Letters from George Gulliver to Philip Lutley Sclater regarding his papers and the anatomy of the Hornbill

              Museum report
              MUS/1 · File · 1833
              Part of ZSL Museum

              Day by day account of work in the ZSL Museum. Divided into Accessions, Anatomy, Preserving Department, Museum, Stores. Written by the Superintendent of the Museum, William Martin. Occasional entries by John Gilbert. Also mentions the work of Alexander Chambers, John Gould and Richard Owen.

              Osman-Hill, W C
              SUP/5/1/1/102 · File · 1945
              Part of Superintendents

              Correspondence between Geoffrey Marr Vevers and Dr Osman-Hill of the Department of Anatomy, University of Edinburgh, regarding his visit to Colombo and a collection on deposit at the Dehiwela Zoological Gardens

              VET/2/1/9 · File · 1954
              Part of Veterinary and pathology

              Minutes, memorandums, reports of the Prosector, Honorary Parasitologist and the Veterinary Officer for the Prosectorial Committee of the Zoological Society of London. Also observations on the report of the committee on duties and scope of Prosectorial Committee