Reference numberNLB/56/455
Alternative reference numberNLB/56 p266
TitleCopy letter from [Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society]; to Professor [Percy Faraday] Frankland, FRS
Date14 February 1919
DescriptionExpresses hope that Professor [Percy Faraday] Frankland still wishes to serve on the Committee [appointed to consider the Report of the Committee on International Cooperation in Chemistry], as he is the only member who knows what happened in Paris. Notes the main business of the Committee is to suggest the constitution of the National Committee on Chemistry. Asks Professor Frankland if he wishes him to do anything about circulating copies of the resolutions passed in Paris to the various Academies involved.
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NA2163Frankland; Percy Faraday (1858 - 1946); chemist1858 - 1946
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