Reference numberNLB/25/357
Alternative reference numberNLB/25 p219
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to J Hardie, Sectional Engineer, General Post Office, 10 Market Street, Mayfair
Date22 October 1902
DescriptionSince writing yesterday afternoon, Harrison has ascertained that the telephone wire has already been carried through the premises of the Chemical Society. It therefore seems superfluous for Hardie to make a formal application for this work. If the Chemical Society should require the mater formally placed before them he will communicate with Hardie again.
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