Reference numberMS/929/1/101
TitleLetter from [George William Clarkson] Kaye, FRS, Culver, St. James' Avenue, Hampton Hill, to James Mackenzie Davidson
Date26 January 1914
DescriptionRecalls a few weeks ago at the Automobile Club where Mackenzie Davidson recounted the story of Rongten and his discovery of x-rays, and he asked whether Mackenzie Davidson might write that down for him so it could be inserted in his forthcoming book. Informs Mackenzie Davidson that his book goes to press in the course of a few days and expresses hope that Mackenzie Davidson can find the time to do this.
Extent2 sides
Access statusOpen
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NA612Kaye; George William Clarkson (1880 - 1941)1880 - 1941
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