Reference numberNLB/33/834
Alternative reference numberNLB/33 p504
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to E W de Jong, 38 Queensborough Terrace, Hyde Park, W.
Date12 November 1906
DescriptionIn reply to de Jong's letter of 9 November, Harrison thinks the easiest way to provide de Jong with the illustrations he desires it to give him permission to obtain from the Society's printers, cliches of the block illustration of the Darwin Medal in the 'Record' of the Society. Thinks there will be no difficulty in obtaining permission for de Jong to attend the meeting of the Society when the medal is awarded to Professor de Vries, but Harrison will need to obtain the express permission of the President.
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