Reference numberNLB/45/12
Alternative reference numberNLB/45 p7
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison to Professor I Gollancz
Date6 December 1911
Description'There is nothing so far standing in the way of your meeting here next Wednesday so I think you will be undisturbed.
The procedure for the election of Fellows here is so fully set out in the Statutes that I so not think I can answer your question better than by sending you a copy of the Year Book, in which you will find the Statutes; those dealing with the election of Fellows are contained in Chapter I, and if there is any point in them on which you would like further information I shall be most happy to give it you.'
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