Reference numberMS/929/1/56
TitleLetter from Francis Fox, Alyn Bank, Wimbledon, to James Mackenzie Davidson
Date10 November 1911
DescriptionInforms Mackenzie Davidson of his efforts to secure to England an internal supply of Radium. Notes that at present, they have been selling Radium at the highest prices and still cannot keep up with demand; whereas the development of their mines promises to be successful, and they managed to lower water to 900 feet from the surface and found layers of very rich ore.

[Enclosed is a copy of the Proceedings of the Radium Corporation, 'with Mr. Francis Fox's compliments', on a similar subject. See MS/929/1/56a.]
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