Reference numberNLB/43/392
Alternative reference numberNLB/43 p238
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to The Director, The Meteorological Office
Date21 December 1910
DescriptionIn reply to Mr Gold's letter of the 16 December, Harrison finds that of the periodical publications of the Meteorological Office which he gives, at present the following are kept at the Royal Society: Daily Observations at Stations of the Second Order, Hourly readings of the Self-recording instruments, The Annual Report and the Occasional Publications.

It is not thought desirable to add any more publications to that list, with the possible exception of the Daily Weather Chart, which if he could see his way on acting on the suggestion to supply the Royal Society with a barograph, Harrison should be glad to display the Chart alongside.
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