The Darwin Manuscripts Project at the Museum is currently digitizing the entirety of Charles Darwin’s evolution manuscripts— some 30,000 pages of letters and manuscripts.Once complete, the project will make publicly accessible the world’s largest collection of full-color, high-resolution scans of Charles Darwin’s manuscripts.
Darwin’s Primate Tree / Cambridge University Library

The Darwin Manuscripts Project at the Museum is currently digitizing the entirety of Charles Darwin’s evolution manuscripts— some 30,000 pages of letters and manuscripts.

Once complete, the project will make publicly accessible the world’s largest collection of full-color, high-resolution scans of Charles Darwin’s manuscripts.

Darwin’s Primate Tree / Cambridge University Library

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