Reference numberNLB/29/159
Alternative reference numberNLB/29 p92
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to The Secretary, Library of Congress, Washington
Date11 July 1904
DescriptionThe only collected history of the International Association of Academies that Harrison is aware of is one he drew up for the Times, and so he sends that on. Also sending a copy of a report of the Proceedings at Paris in 1901, which contains the Statutes of the Association and copies of the reports of the meetings held prior to that assembly at Wiesbaden and Paris, and of the Council meeting held last year [no enclosures].
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