Reference numberNLB/62/494
Alternative reference numberNLB/62 p277
TitleCopy letter from [Alfred Hastings] White, Assistant Librarian of the Royal Society; to Messrs W. H. Smith & Sons
Date22 February 1922
DescriptionWrites that in their last binding batch they mistakenly sent Messrs W. H. Smith and Sons an odd volume of the Royal Irish Academy. Notes the Society's annoyance that Messrs W. H. Smith did not think better than to bind this, and that they are now being charged for it. Asks that in future Messrs W. H. Smith bind strictly according to the lists accompanying the volumes.
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