Reference numberNLB/42/189
Alternative reference numberNLB/42 p119
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Professor I Gollancz
Date22 April 1910
DescriptionWhat has happened on the Royal Society's part with regard to the forthcoming General Assembly of the International Association is this:

The Royal Society have had a meeting of the Committee which advices the Council on this subject and this Committee had before it a report by Professor Schuster. The question of a domicile for the Association was discussed, and the Committee were advised that there would be difficulties establishing such a domicile with legal status under English law.
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