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Reference numberMS/928/2/201
LevelItem
TitleLetter from Alfred Fernandez Yarrow, Isle of Dogs, Poplar, London, to Charles Vernon Boys, Royal Institution, 21 Albemarle Street
Date5 January 1900
DescriptionHis family have attended Boys's lectures and found them deeply interesting. He sends a small apparatus for juveniles 'by which the ball is held up although you blow through a tube'. If Boys would like a copuple of dozen for his next lecture, Yarrow will send them, although he wishes to remain anonymous.

Endorsed by C V Boys: '6th Jan. Many thanks do. Give them [to] 1st arrivals in order. I am doing 200 B.'
Extent1p.
FormatTypescript
Physical descriptionOn paper
Access statusOpen
Fellows associated with this archive
CodeNameDates
NA1842Yarrow; Sir; Alfred Fernandez (1842 - 1932)1842 - 1932
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