|Alternative reference number
|Copy letter from William Bate Hardy, Vice President of the Royal Society; to Cyril J. Seed Esquire; 24 Park View, Halifax
|8 March 1916
|Informs Cyril J. Seed Esquire that it is impossible to say what chance there is of his being employed in scientific work. Informs Mr. Seed that representatives from the Admiralty and the Ministry of Munitions work through the census cards and pick out men that suit their needs. The Society plays no part in the placing of men.
Fellows associated with this archive
|Hardy; Sir; William Bate (1864 - 1934)
|1864 - 1934