Reference numberNLB/30/812
Alternative reference numberNLB/30 p469
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Dr H Forster Morley
Date26 May 1905
DescriptionConcerning the meeting of the International Convention there is no particular difficulty about holding a meeting at the Society except the inconvenience of the Society's meeting room for a gathering of that character. On this account al previous International Conferences have been held at the Royal Society of Antiquaries opposite, as they have a more convenient room. If he prefers Morley might write to the Society of Antiquaries.
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