Reference numberNLB/59/130
Alternative reference numberNLB/59 p69
TitleCopy letter from Edwin Deller, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Messrs Few & Co.
Date20 July 1920
DescriptionInforms Messrs Few & Co. that a Dr. J. V. Rees-Roberts displays a plate outside Piccadilly Chambers bearing 'F.R.S.' after his name, though he is only a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh and not of the Royal Society itself. Explains that Dr. Rees-Roberts claims that being a member of Edinburgh's Fellowship entitles him to to use these letters. Indicates the Society's interest in taking legal action against him, and asks Messrs Few & Co. what the likelihood of success would be if they did.
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