Reference numberNLB/66/307
Alternative reference numberNLB/66 p172
TitleCopy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Sir Charles Sherrington, G.B.E, President of the Royal Society, Solent Cliffs Hotel, Bournemouth
Date5 April 1924
DescriptionInforms that Alexander Towle has opened the letter sent to Dr. Hardy and acted on Sherrington's instructions, that is, to have the Editor of 'Physiological Abstracts' placed on the list of those receiving the weekly summary. An initial copy has been posted to Dr. D. T. Harris. Sends a copy of the 1924 Yearbook bound in red cloth and Sherrington's letter to Dr. Harris.
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