Reference numberCD/5/19
TitleLetter from David Prain, Treasurer of the Royal Society, to William Bate Hardy, Secretary of the Royal Society
Date20 January 1923
DescriptionInforms William Bate Hardy that he [Prain] has jotted down the names that occur to him [as potential representatives to send to the Pan Pacific Congress]. Informs him that Hayden would be free to go, and is both a geologist and has a good record for administrative gifts. Also suggests Willis, Windle, Guy Marshall (even though he is not a Fellow), and perhaps Oldham.
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