Reference numberNLB/37/92
Alternative reference numberNLB/37 p57
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to M Druganova, Alaria Masterskaia, House 11, 1dg. 67, St Petersburg
Date24 January 1908
DescriptionIn reply to a letter sent by Druganova, Harrison informs his that there is no Royal Academy of Science in London. His letter was delivered to the Royal Society but they have no educational course of lectures for students, he suggests Druganova addresses his enquiry to the secretary of the new Imperial College of Science.
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