Reference numberMS/928/2/131
TitleLetter from Auguste Righi, Instituto Fisica, Universita di Bologna, Italy, to Charles Vernon Boys
Date20 January 1894
DescriptionRighi hopes that Boys will forgive him for not writing in English and supposes that Boys will be more familar with French than Italian. Asks if Boys might send him some quartz fibres. Even if Boys cannot satisfy his request, Righi would still wish to remain in contact with him as his work is full of interest.
Physical descriptionOn paper
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
NA534Righi; Augusto (1850 - 1920)1850 - 1920
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