Reference numberMS/928/2/202
TitleLetter from Edmund Louis Gray Zalinsky, Century Club, New York, to Charles Vernon Boys, Saville Club, Piccadilly, London
Date31 March 1900
DescriptionHe is indebted to Boys for the endorsement to Zalinsky's letter to Greenhill, giving information on computing machines. He has a Brunsviga on trial and will probably obtain others. He has a set of Boys's slides from Ackland and has used them in a course of lectures on maritime defences. They were appreciated and prompted questions. He thanks Boys for his beautiful work in photographing a moving projectile and requests more photographs or slides if any are available.
Physical descriptionOn paper
Access statusOpen
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