Reference numberNLB/37/524
Alternative reference numberNLB/37 p313
TitleCopy letter from Archibald Geikie to the Royal Geographical Society
Date2 April 1908
Description'The Royal Society has prepared and is about to publish, as part of the results of the Natural Antarctic Expedition, an album of photographs and sketches. In order to keep an available record of the precise points from which these photographs and sketches were taken, a map has been prepared which it is proposed to include in the album. This map is one of the series prepared by Lieut[enant] Mulock and is sent herewith for information. The Royal Society whishes to have those additions put on a triangle from the plate or stone and to have 750 copies printed off.'
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