Reference numberCD/5/38
TitleLetter from unknown correspondent, to A. C. C. Parkinson, Colonial Office, S.W.1.
Date3 March 1923
DescriptionInforms A. C. C. Parkinson that Sir Gerald Ponsonby Lenox-Conyngham is unwilling to go to the Pan-Pacific Scientific Congress unless there is a definite advantage to the study of geodesy in going. Discusses ways to persuade him to go, or asking Sir Charles Close to go instead.
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