Reference numberNLB/43/605
Alternative reference numberNLB/43 p373
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Professor I Gollancz
Date21 February 1911
DescriptionHarrison was surprised when Barrick handed him the card about the meeting of Gollancz's Academy tomorrow. Five Committee's of the Royal Society are meeting tomorrow, and Harrison has great difficulty in arranging for them in the present of Gollancz's meeting. It will be impossible for him to have use of any room, except the meeting room up to 4pm tomorrow. In future it would be best if such clashes were avoided.
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