Reference numberNLB/36/240
Alternative reference numberNLB/36 p140
TitleCopy letter from Francis Darwin, to M Cyr van Overbergh, Directeur General de l'Administration de l'Enseignement Superieur des Sciences et des Lettres, Brussels
Date30 September 1907
DescriptionAt the request of the President, Harrison acknowledges and sends thanks for Overbergh's letter and the copy of 'Rapport d'ensemble sur le congrès international pour l'étude des régions polaires'. In response to the request for copies of the Royal Society's publications relating to Polar exploration, he explains that they have yet to issue any, but as soon as they have published the physical results of the recent expedition to the Antarctic on the ship "Discovery", they will send copies to the organisation established by the congress.
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