Reference numberCD/5/41
TitleCopy letter from John W. Evans, Imperial Mineral Resources Bureau, 2 Queen Anne's Buildings, Dartmouth Street, Westminster, London; to the Under Secretary of State; Colonial Office, W.1.
Date16 March 1923
DescriptionInforms the Under Secretary of State that under current arrangements for representation at the Pan-Pacific Congress in Sydney in August, there is nobody who can speak with authority on subjects of importance for the mineral industry. Informs them that Mr Hugh F. Marriott, MIMM, MICE, ARSM, ARCS, a Governor of the Imperial Mineral Resources Bureau, is going anyway as a representative of the Institution of Mining Engineers and the Institution of Mining and Metallurgy. Asks if Marriott could be appointed one of the official representatives of the British Government.
FormatTypescript copy
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