Reference numberMS/928/2/181
TitleLetter from George S Terry, Main Street, Hingham, Massachusetts, to Charles Vernon Boys
Date10 February 1939
DescriptionHe is prompted to write having done some simple things with counting by dozens which may be more significant than the tables they spoke of last July. He gives examples and concludes by writing: 'I fear you may be bored with these results, but want to let you know I have not forgotten your saying "stick to it and try to do it well" '.
Physical descriptionOn paper
Access statusOpen
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