Reference numberMS/929/1/49
TitleLetter from J. Curtis-Webb, 7 Stationary Hospital, Boulogne, to James Mackenzie Davidson
Date13 January 1915
DescriptionInforms Mackenzie Davidson of the decision to acquire the necessary equipment for localizing foreign bodies in the eye for the Stationary Hospital. Explains that he is travelling to London to do so at the end of the week. Asks Mackenzie Davidson if they could meet during his visit to discuss the localization technique further. Also asks Mackenzie Davidson if there is a [scientific instrument] firm in London that he would particularly recommend.
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