Reference numberCD/38/16
TitleLetter from W. Lockwood Marsh, Secretary of the International Air Congress in London, to the Royal Society
Date15 December 1922
DescriptionNotes that the International Air Congress was held in Paris in November 1921, and will be held in London on 25-30 June 1923. Encloses a list of the members of the Main Committee formed to make arrangements for the Congress, and notes that the Air Ministry and various aeronautical bodies are collaborating. Informs the Royal Society that a General Council of Honour is being formed, with HRH the Duke of York as the President and the Right Honourable Lord Weir of Eastwood as Vice-President. Asks the Royal Society to appoint a representative to serve on the General Council.
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