Reference numberMDA/A/13
Alternative reference numberA2.5
TitleCorrespondence of Robert Robinson
DescriptionMuch of this correspondence involves David Christie Martin who acted as Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society.

Includes applications for vivisection licenses; description of Robinson's career by D C Martin; travel arrangements; invitations to celebrations, dinners and anniversaries; possibility of an international congress of analytical chemistry in Great Britain in 1950; imprisonment of Karl Stoerk, an Austro-Palestinian electrical engineer, in Iraq; call for interested persons to apply for three professorships and a post of Vice-Chancellor at the new University of Engineering at Roorkee; offer of Bourne Park Estate for use by the Royal Society.
Extent1 folder.
FormatTypescript and manuscript
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8276Robinson; Sir; Robert (1886 - 1975); chemist1886 - 1975
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