Reference numberCD/5/6
TitleLetter from Albert L. Barrows, Assistant Secretary of the National Research Council, 1701 Massachusetts Avenue, Washington DC, to James Hopwood Jeans, Secretary of the Royal Society, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, W.1.
Date22 July 1922
DescriptionAcknowledges the Royal Society's letter [CD/5/5]. Informs them that Sir [Tannatt William] Edgeworth David FRS has arranged for the Commonwealth Government of Australia to provide a sum of money, which will facilitate the Australian National Research Council to make preparations for this [Pan-Pacific] Conference. Asks if any of the Royal Society's Fellows in Britain who have an interest in the Pacific would like to come to it.

[There is also a pencil note in shorthand written at the top of the page.]
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