Reference numberCD/88/9
TitleCopy letter from Charles Frederick Close, Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton, to the Assistant Secretary, the Royal Society
Date23 August 1919
DescriptionNotes the advertisement in Nature for the post of Research Officer to the Ordnance Survey and the 23 applications received. He thinks there are four likely candidates, listed. Two other names have been suggested privately, so the committee will have 25 names to consider. He asks if now would be a convenient time to assemble the committee. This copy is headed: 'Orig. to President 8.9.19'.
Physical descriptionOn paper
Access statusOpen
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