Reference numberCMB/51/99
TitleLetter from William B Hardy, Secretary of the Royal Society, to the Under Secretary of State for India
Date15 June 1922
DescriptionOutlines the position of the Royal Society in the selection of professors for the School of Tropical Medicine proposed in Bombay -- notes that they selected N H Fairley of the Hall Institute and C A Kofoid of the University of California -- that Fairley accepted the post and proceeded to Bombay, where he was then given six months' notice of his employment termination. Asks for official confirmation of the events and expresses regret at the Royal Society's involvement. p114.
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NA8234Hardy; Sir; William Bate (1864 - 1934)1864 - 1934
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