Reference numberNLB/33/229
Alternative reference numberNLB/33 p134
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Francis Darwin, Foreign Secretary, Royal Society
Date20 July 1906
DescriptionShowed Darwin's letter to Sir Archibald Geikie who agrees that it is not on the face of it, desirable to call a meeting of the Indian Advisory Committee this side of the vacation. Therefore the Society are sending round the documents received from the Indian Government with a memorandum which Darwin will receive enclosed, asking for the individual opinions of the members. On these Darwin will be able to base his final decision as to whether to call a meeting or not. As a general rule, unless there is conflict of opinion, in this way they will be able to obtain material for a communication to the India Office.
Physical descriptionTypescript
Access statusOpen
Related records in the catalogueMC/21/135
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8197Darwin; Sir; Francis (1848 - 1925)1848 - 1925
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