Reference numberHB/22/4
TitleLetter from Ivan de Burgh Daly, FRS, Teviot Place, University [of Edinburgh], to Henry Barcroft
Date9 September 1947
DescriptionSays that he is to be the Director of the New Institute of Animal Physiology - has been looking for empty rooms and has come across some box files that had belonged to Sir Joseph Barcroft. Asks if there is anything in the room that should be sent to Lady Barcroft. Will be in Cambridge to look at places for the new Institute and could call on her there.
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