Reference numberNLB/67/100
Alternative reference numberNLB/67 p51
TitleCopy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to F. W. Saxby Esq.; Laboratories, 59 Burlington Street, Liverpool
Date21 October 1924
DescriptionIn reply to F. W. Saxby's letter, informs Saxby that it is not usual for the Royal Society to purchase crystals, and asks what they should do with the specimen submitted. Discusses potentially sending in a paper about it, through a Fellow.
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