Reference numberNLB/28/8
Alternative reference numberNLB/28 p5
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Francis Fox
Date18 December 1903
DescriptionHarrison politely dismisses Fox's fear, following a conversation with Mr James, that his proposed Soirée lantern exhibit would negatively impact the subsequent presentation of a paper for reading before the Royal Society. He notes that the Soirées are private gatherings and that the Meeting Room proceedings are not likely to recieve more attention than the programme title indicated. Harrison concludes that the decision is Fox's to make.
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