Reference numberMS/929/1/212
TitleLetter from William M. Sweet, to James Mackenzie Davidson
Date5 November 1901
DescriptionInforms Mackenzie Davidson that Queen & Co. have now sent him a localiser. Apologises for the delay and hopes Mackenzie Davidson will find the localiser more accurate that was apparent from his demonstration at Moorfields. Notes that in a few weeks he will send Mackenzie Davidson an article summing up the cases of X-ray diagnosis in which he has used the apparatus.
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