Reference numberNLB/51/602
Alternative reference numberNLB/51 p376
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society to Miss Vagner
Date3 May 1915
Description'Mr McLeod does not seem to have explained what I arranged with him about the Weekly Report of Progress, so I repeat it for your benefit. I asked him to remind me every week when he wanted it back, and I explained that there is no object in its remaining up here longer than from Wednesday morning to Friday afternoon, as outside, those times there is not likely to be anyone here who is interested in it. So please send up for it when you want it, and if I am not here Mr Rogers will give it to you.'
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