Reference numberMM/22/52
TitleLetter from James Reid Moir, Hedges, One House Lane, Ipswich, to Sir Arthur Smith Woodward
Date4 April 1936
DescriptionHas received a letter from Sollas commiserating on his failed election attempt at the Royal Society and asking if he would like to be put up again: 'I must leave this to you kind & brave people who have so long backed me'. Notes his last payment from the Leverhulme Award.
Access statusOpen
ProvenanceLetters MM/22/51-55 were presented by Dr Kenneth P Oakley on behalf of the Department of Palaeontology, British Museum (Natural History), 11 March 1969.
Fellows associated with this archive
NA686Moir; James Reid (1879 - 1944)1879 - 1944
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