Reference numberNLB/15/107
Alternative reference numberNLB/15 p65
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to George Gordon, Endsleigh, Priory Park, Kew
Date28 June 1897
DescriptionIn reply to Gordon's letter of the 25th, it is contrary to the Society's practice to lend blocks illustrating papers published by the Society, but Harrison can have cliches of them at a small expense, and he has given directions to their printers, Messrs Harrison & Sons, to make the cliches and send them to 148 Aldersgate Street, with their account for the same.
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