Reference numberNLB/61/35
Alternative reference numberNLB/61 p22
TitleCopy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Miss Louise McIllroy; London School of Medicine for Women, Hunter Street W.C.l.
Date29 April 1921
DescriptionInforms Miss Louise McIllroy that her application for a grant of £50 in aid of her research into the physiological and pathological effects of ovarian secretion was recently laid before Council. Acknowledges that the money is needed to buy apparatus, however, notes that the apparatus mentioned should be in the possession of any functioning biological laboratory and for that reason the Council could not see their way to making the grant applied for.
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