Reference numberHF/1/17/1/26/38
TitleLetter from Howard Walter Florey to Harold Hartley, Middleton-on-Sea
Date10 August 1964
DescriptionVice Chancellor (Southampton University) sent copies of last four Fawley lectures - did not know Hartley had mentioned biological technology in his Fawley Lecture - comments on this - asks for copy of Hartley's Presidential Address to the Civil Engineers and for copy of Fawley Lecture - hears all is going well with Goldsmith's Company re Royal Society premises - plan for altering inside of Carlton House Terrace is going well.
FormatCarbon copy
Access statusOpen
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