Reference numberMDA/A/16/32
TitleLetter from Cecilia M Browne to David Christie Martin, The Royal Society
Date20 April 1955
Description'Sale of Dictaphones. Mr Boreham spoke to a representative of the Dictaphone Company who informed him that our dictaphones are obsolete and therefore valueless. The very most we could get for the three dictaphones, if we were offering them in part exchange for a new one, would be £4 for the three instrument'.
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