Reference numberNLB/41/816
Alternative reference numberNLB/41 p497
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Theodore Lumley, Consul General for Monaco, 37 Conduit Street, W.
Date2 March 1910
DescriptionHarrison gave Lumley's letter about the Prince of Monaco's wishes to Sir Archibald Geikie today, and he says that he is in entire sympathy with doing everything possible to make the opening of the new Museum of Oceanography a success, and that if the Prince is so good as to extend an invitation, the Royal Society will send a delegate.
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