Reference numberMS/928/2/70
TitleLetter from Gustav Fritsch, Berlin, to Charles Vernon Boys
Date25 September 1892
DescriptionExcuses writing without a formal introduction, but on a topic of mutual interest. He attended Boys's British Association lecture in Edinburgh on photographs of flying bullets. Fritsch intends to report on scientific photography in Berlin this winter and requests lantern slides, which would be returned almost immediately,

Endorsed by C V Boys in blue pencil: 'Answered Feb 2 sent 4 Prints & said wd. get slides made if necessary - requested delay'.
Physical descriptionOn paper
Access statusOpen
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