Reference numberMS/929/1/138
TitleLetter from Montagu [Collet] Norman, Bank of England, to James Mackenzie Davidson
Date13 January 1914
DescriptionTells Mackenzie Davidson of a party he was at recently where the conversation in the smoking room turned to radium. Explains that he passed on some information he had, as to its properties and action, when a friend of his, Sir Charles Stewart, recalled him saying he had a friend interested in radium. This friend, Norman explains, is Mackenzie Davidson. Goes on to say that Sir Stewart asked if he could arrange for his brother in law to meet with this 'radium friend' [Mackenzie Davidson], as his brother in law has a strong interest in the subject. Suggests it could be a good opportunity for Mackenzie to meet a make the acquaitance of a fellow radium enthusiast.
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