|Alternative reference number||NLB/23/1 p113|
|Title||Copy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Messrs Few & Company, 19 Surrey Street, Strand, W.C.|
|Date||9 October 1901|
|Description||Thanks the Messrs for their letter of the previous day with news at last of Frost [engraver]. Harrison is in consultation with Dr Scott and as soon as he has his concurrence, proposes to write to the German firm mentioned to the Messrs by Frost and get into direct relations with them, by which means he hopes they will be able to obtain the originals and have the work executed. |
The Messrs letter makes no mention of the negatives belonging to Professor A M Worthington, which the Society has been unable to obtain from Frost.