Reference numberCD/39/25
TitleCopy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society, to Dr [Charles] Chree
Date26 May 1925
DescriptionInforms Dr [Charles] Chree that the Treasurer agrees that if he prefers to have an annuity [pension] from Scottish Widows, then he can - asks him to get the necessary forms to do so. Agrees that the procedure with regard to a pension from the National Debt Annuities seemed 'rather burdensome'.
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