Reference numberNLB/66/791
Alternative reference numberNLB/66 p438
TitleCopy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Messrs Thring, Sheldon & Ingram, 4 Queen Street, Bath
Date10 July 1924
DescriptionContains a underlined heading titled 'Conway-Evans Bequest'. Replies that matter has not been given to the solicitors of the Royal Society, as the Council felt the issue of the Trusts Stocks could be dealt with more appropriately between the Presidents (of the Royal Society and Royal College of Physicians). Also states that the Council did all that they thought necessary by authorising the President as Trustee of the Conway-Evans bequest.
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