Reference numberNLB/41/539
Alternative reference numberNLB/41 p334
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor I Gollancz
Date10 January 1910
DescriptionHopes that he will be able to make some arrangement with the Director of the Marine Biological Association, who also hold meetings here regularly, as they are a body which has always had to sympathy of the Royal Society. Regarding the January meeting, Harrison must try and make some other arrangements, but as the Marine Biological Association only meet four times a session it is hoped Gollancz can modify his provisional dates for the following months.
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