Reference numberCMB/51/71
TitleCopy, letter from T W Holderness, India Office, Whitehall, to the Secretaries of the Royal Society
Date25 October 1913
DescriptionForwards copies of a letter from the Government of India on the protection of India from yellow fever, and proposing actions -- would like the Society's opinion on the methods of such an inquiry -- suggests that 'it might be advantageous to India and the Colonies if an investigation of yellow fever in the centres where it is known to be most prevalent were conducted under the control of the Royal Society'. p88.
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