Reference numberNLB/14/784
Alternative reference numberNLB/14 p435
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Dr Woodward, Fellow of the Royal Society, 129 Beaufort Street, Chelsea
Date15 May 1897
DescriptionMr Bles is exhibiting some living specimens of Proteus next Wednesday. Bles wants the Society to provide two rectangular glass aquaria. Harrison wonders if Woodward can use his good offices at the Natural History Museum so that they may have two aquaria lent to them. Bles has not mentioned any size but they expect to hear on Monday morning about this.
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