Reference numberNLB/23/1/200
Alternative reference numberNLB/23/1 p114
TitleCopy letter from [Messrs Few & Company], to The Royal Society
Date8 October 1901
DescriptionAfter considerable trouble the Messrs succeeded in interviewing Mr Frost this morning and he states that in consequence of a complaint by Dr [Dukinfield Henry] Scott regarding the manner in which some former work has been done, Frost sent the photographs et cetera in April to Herr J Schober, Karlsruhe, Baden. Frost states proofs of the work have been submitted to the Royal Society. In consequence of difficulties which have arisen between Frost and Schober, Frost cannot obtain delivery of the work or return of the photographs. Frosts suggests communicating with Schober direct, in German, and referring to the fact that the work was placed with him by the Collotype and General Printing Company.
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Access statusOpen
Related materialsee NLB/23/1/199
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