Reference numberNLB/54/406
Alternative reference numberNLB/54 p232
TitleCopy letter from [Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society]; to Mrs. Ross
Date4 May 1917
DescriptionInforms Mrs. Ross that her previous letters were recently laid before the President, who has authorised him to say that the Society would be happy to help her in her Movement [not specified] by letting her use the meeting rooms. Asks that, as her meetings will be in the evening, Mrs. Ross make suitable arrangements with regard to the services provided and see that the Society is relieved of this extra expense.
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