Reference numberNLB/63/135
Alternative reference numberNLB/63 p84
TitleCopy letter from James Hopwood Jeans, Secretary of the Royal Society and FRS; to [Ian MacAlister,] the Secretary of the Royal Institue of British Architects, 9 Conduit St., W.1.
Date4 July 1922
DescriptionReplies to [Ian MacAlister]'s letter regarding the Bicentenary of the death of Sir Christopher Wren and asking if the Royal Society possesses Wren 'relics' to exhibit. Informs him that the Royal Society has two: a pair of brass compasses that belonged to Wren and were presented by Sir John Wolfe Barry, and a large medal. Offers to loan these.
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