Reference numberNLB/27/786
Alternative reference numberNLB/27 p463
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to the 'Editor', The Illustrated London News
Date30 November 1903
DescriptionIn reply to the Editor's note, it is the practice of the Society not to admit strangers to the Anniversary Meeting. Harrison is authorized to say that if the editors artist presents himself a little before 4 o'clock, he may be admitted to sketch the presentation of the medal on the condition that no textual report of the proceedings is published, and on the understanding that all the proceedings subsequent to the medal presentation are private.
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