Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)US41/6/3/44
Title76. 'Notes made at Isle of Wight'
Extent1 folder
Date[c 1906]
DescriptionTypescript and manuscript notes and essays relating to spiritualism.

Includes essays or notes entitled: 'Science of Spiritism'; 'The chief differences of opinion between Darwin & Wallace'; 'Afferency'; 'Notion of thought, atoms, &c'; 'Means of affiliation of spirits to man'; 'The primary and secondary neural & the nonneural worlds'; 'Modern views of matter'; 'Thought transfer versus Thought rearousal'; 'Thoughts on a number of questions' (includes a list of 'Things in which I do not believe'); 'Nature of Spirit being'; 'Deity'; 'Consciousness and the senses'; 'Environments of Consciousness'; and untitled notes or essays.

A letter (draft or copy?) to Norris' (sister or niece?) is also included dated 23 May 1906 relating to spiritualism including notes on 'The Canary Episode'.
Access StatusOpen
Custodial HistoryFormerly part of Norris 7


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