Henslow Letters Project

The Henslow Letters Project is a digital project that emerged during the process of compiling and transcribing Charles Darwin's letters in the Darwin Correspondence Project. John Stevens Henslow (1796–1861) taught Charles Darwin and worked in the fields of botany and mineralogy. In order to access a sample of Henslow's full correspondences, the Darwin Correspondence Project can be currently queried to list those letters exchanged between Darwin and Henslow.

Huw Jones, University of Cambridge (hej23@cam.ac.uk)
John Parker, University of Cambridge (jsp25@cam.ac.uk)