Reference numberMM/22/56
TitleLetter from James Reid Moir, Hedges, One Lane House, Ipswich, to Sir Arthur Smith Woodward
Date7 June 1937
DescriptionThanks Woodward for his letter. 'I thought you might be interested in the Warren Hill bone & hope that come yet you may have some luck at Piltdown. It is remarkable that having yielded such important specimens, the site now seems so barren. But there are many parallel cases.' Thanks Woodward for his help in the Royal Society election. Relates his financial difficulties and the generous support of friends.
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NA686Moir; James Reid (1879 - 1944)1879 - 1944
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