Reference numberCD/71/6
TitleLetter from [the Royal Society], to Sir William Leishman
Date4 July 1919
DescriptionApologises that in Sir William Leishman's absence, the names of Laveron and Nuttall dropped out of the list of candidates for medals. Also notes that a request has come from Athur Latham, Secretary of the Parliamentary Medical Committee, asking the Royal Society to nominate a representative to that Committee. Notes that the Royal Society's Council has been hostile to the idea so far, and asks what Leishman thinks.
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NA3828Leishman; Sir; William Boog (1865 - 1926)1865 - 1926
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