|Administrative History||Lockhart's 'Apes and Ivory, Skulls and Roses' lecture appears to have looked at breeding and pedigrees, using examples and analogies from horticulture, human and animal development. A stand-alone lecture called 'Rhododendrons and Roses' appears to have developed from it, lavishly illustrated with flowering examples from Lockhart's own garden, as well as illustrations and photographs from books.|
|Description||Lecture notes (manuscript and typescript) for various lectures on the theme of 'Apes and Ivory, Skulls and Roses'; newspaper cuttings regarding race horses, pedigree cattle, etc.; illustrative photographs and slides; correspondence, pedigrees and photographs from James Durno, C.B.E., farmer and cattle breeder.|
Slide series 1: 80 slides in colour and black and white. Mostly roses and rhododendrons.
Slide series 2: 60 slides for 'Apes and Ivory, Skulls and Roses' lecture. Principally, apes and domestic animals (examples to illustrate breeding of cattle, sheep, pigs, sheep dogs, horses).
Slide series 3: 178 slides for 'Rhododendrons and Roses' lecture. Mostly roses and rhododendrons.