A new paper was just published which may be of interest to collection managers and people with biohistorical interest. It is about the collection of ‘autographs’ in the Dautzenberg archives in the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences in Brussels, and contains letters or postcards of more than 450 persons contemporary to Dautzenberg (1849-1935). Of these handwritten correspondence nearly 70 examples are given, while the appendix has a full list of correspondents. For several of them new or additional biographical data are presented.
The paper can be freely downloaded following the link on my publications page.