Reference numberNLB/52/596
Alternative reference numberNLB/52 p339
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to A. E. Taylor Esquire; L. Ct. George Street, Westminster
Date26 January 1916
DescriptionAsks A. E. Talyor Esquire for advice on the case of a chemist that has been sent into the Society. The chemist is already in the Forces, and has been out at the Front in the London Scottish Battalion until last July when he was invalided home. He now is attached to the Reserve Battalion, doing ordinary regimental duty, but is keen to be employed in scientific work. Encloses the particulars of the chemist's qualifications and asks if Mr Taylor is able to do anything in the direction of securing him such work [not enclosed].
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