Reference numberNLB/30/434
Alternative reference numberNLB/30 p256
TitleCopy letter from an unknown correspondent, to [Messrs Harrison & Company]
Date22 March 1905
DescriptionWith reference to the Messrs requisition yesterday for ten reams of double-demy, the paper has been ordered at once. Does not think it necessary to use the Society's special quality paper for miscellaneous applications such as Malaria Reports, Sleeping Sickness Reports, and others which are not directly the publications of the Society, nor for the 'Year Book'. Asks if the Messrs are prepared to supply a good average quality of paper for such publications and to send a sample with a quote for the price per ream. The Evolution Report, which is a direct publication of the Society, should be printed on the Society's own rag paper, and the remaining stock used only for such publications.
Physical descriptionTypescript and manuscript
Access statusOpen
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