Reference numberNLB/25/552
Alternative reference numberNLB/25 p337
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to F Moy Thomas, Daily News Office
Date18 November 1902
DescriptionThe Meetings of the Royal Society are regarded as private and representatives of the press not officially invited, but it is open to the President, William Huggins, to admit anyone he thinks fit to meetings. Asks Thomas' representative to visit on Thursday afternoon at four and send in his card, and Harrison will endeavour to obtain permission for him to attend the meetings.
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