Reference numberMS/929/1/219
TitleLetter from S. M. Tomson, Cranston's Ivanhoe Hotel, Bloomsbury Street, London, to James Mackenzie Davidson
Date14 January 1915
DescriptionThanks Mackenzie Davidson for his invitaiton to dinner and is sorry to have to decline on account of another engagement. Notes that he specified to Sir Joseph Godfrey that he wanted telephone and stereoscopic X-ray apparatus. Asks Mackenzie Davidson if it would be convenient for him to visit tomorrow and say goodbye.
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