Reference numberMS/929/1/61
TitleLetter from J. H. Gardiner, The Rongten Society, to James Mackenzie Davidson
Date6 November 1913
DescriptionAttempts to explain to Mackenzie Davidson with more clarity his proposal with regard to Cathode rays. Explains that he wants to help Mackenzie Davidson in his experiments in the effects of Leonard rays by providing Mackenzie Davidson with the suitable apparatus for his laboratory. Notes that he is time is limited, and so he is only proposing that he create for Mackenzie Davidson the necessary source of Cathode rays.
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