Reference numberNLB/54/519
Alternative reference numberNLB/54 p293
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Sir Lewis A. Selby-Bigge
Date8 June 1917
DescriptionNotes that word has been received that the Committee of Scientific Education, numbering sixteen members, require accommodation for its meetings and business for at least the duration of the war. Explains to Sir Lewis A. Selby-Bigge that the Society does not have the required accommodation to offer. Notes that if there has been a misunderstanding, and the request is only for occassional meetings of the Scientific Committe, that Sir Selby-Bigge draw attention to this fact in future correspondence.
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