Reference numberMS/929/1/142
TitleLetter from Margaret Ogilvie, the Department of Ophthalmology, the University of Oxford, to James Mackenzie Davidson
DateJanuary 1911
DescriptionAsks if Mackenzie Davidson will consent to giving a lecture on X-ray localisation during the summer term at Oxford. Notes that, at present, she can only guarantee a fee of £2:2:0 and that it is hoped the lecture will form part of a series of lectures to be published in book form.

[Note on top left corner of the letter in Mackenzie Davidson's hand: 'accepted']
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