Reference numberNLB/42/313
Alternative reference numberNLB/42 p193
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Prof I Gollancz
Date18 May 1910
DescriptionHarrison is suprised at Gollancz's notice of a Meeting of his Academy for Wednesday, the 25th. That day was fixed for the Royal Society Soiree, and although it has been cancelled [due to the death of King Edward VII], it will be rather inconvenient for the Royal Society to have Gollancz's Committee meeting that afternoon as the Royal Society has themselves got a Committee Meeting that day.
Harrison asks Gollancz to see if he can make other arrangements, and if he cannot Harrison will try and get him another room.
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