Reference numberNLB/51/655
Alternative reference numberNLB/51 p405
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society to C E Rose, HM Office of Works
Date14 May 1915
Description'Since I saw you this morning I have seen a man who would be very glad to come and do night watchman here if we get one and who seems in every way suitable si that I need not trouble you further on that point. He is anyhow going to help move the pictures, to which he is anyhow going to held move the pictures, to which he is accustomed, so that I shall get some of that done tomorrow morning which will expedite matters on Monday.'
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