Reference numberNLB/37/896
Alternative reference numberNLB/37 p528
TitleCopy Letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to The Secretary, Royal Anthropological Institute, 3 Hanover Square, W
Date1 June 1908
Description'Dear Sir,
It has been suggested that some of the Bushman rock paintings, by Miss Tongue, now on view a the Royal Anthropological Institute would form a highly interesting exhibit at the forthcoming Ladies Soiree, to be held on Monday, June 29th. I should be much obliged if you would kindly let me know in the first place how long the drawings are to be on view at your institute. If it is possible to secure a selection of paintings, I should be glad to learn Miss Tongue's present address.'
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