Reference numberNLB/13/85
Alternative reference numberNLB/13 p48
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Dr Ludwig Mond, Fellow of the Royal Society
Date8 June 1896
DescriptionAs Harrison has been acting with Dr Armstrong in the correspondence with Mond during the last day or two, he opened Mond's note to Armstrong and will act upon Mond's wishes with regard to the invitations to delegates to the International Catalogue Conference.

Harrison will let Mond know the number of cards to the Reception as soon as practicable, at present the only invitations Harrison knows of for the reception are to Fellows, Professors of Natural Science who are not Fellows, leading librarians, editors of Scientific Journals and the Syndicate of the University Press, Cambridge, and probably others yet to be added. The invitations from the Society are now almost ready to go out.

Harrison will send Mond's note at once to Dr Armstrong who will no doubt reply himself.
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Fellows associated with this archive
NA7140Mond; Ludwig (1839 - 1909)1839 - 1909
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