Reference numberCD/69/33
TitleLetter from Percy [Faraday] Frankland, Chemical Laboratories, The University of Birmingham, to the Secretary of the Royal Society
Date9 December 1918
DescriptionLetter regarding Professor [William Jackson] Pope's investigation into colour sensitiser [dyes], funded with a grant from the Deaprtment of Scientific and Industrial Research. Informs the Secretary that he has read Pope's Report and thinks it is of very great importance. Hopes that Pope will be able to continue his work [with another grant]. Notes that there is no objection to Pope publishing some of his results in the Journal of the Royal Photographic Society.
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NA2163Frankland; Percy Faraday (1858 - 1946); chemist1858 - 1946
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