Reference numberNLB/56/712
Alternative reference numberNLB/56 p403
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to J. F. Liverseege Esquire
Date9 May 1919
DescriptionInforms Mr. J. F. Liverseege that the Society has no powers when it comes to the demobilisation of chemists. Suggests that he enquire with the Society of Chemical Industry or the Institute of Chemistry who are both willing to give advice on the issue, the former for industrial chemists and the latter for professional chemists.
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