Reference numberCD/38/28
TitleLetter from Richard Tetley Glazebrook, to James Hopwood Jeans, Secretary of the Royal Society
Date17 January 1923
DescriptionAsks James Hopwood Jeans to look at the enclosed papers, regarding the question of the Conjoint Board [of Scientific Societies]. Discusses the awkward position, that it they desire the continued existence of the Board, but that now the Royal Society seems to want to withdraw.
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