Reference numberNLB/69/309
Alternative reference numberNLB/69 p163
TitleCopy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Messrs. R. Clay and Sons, Ltd., Blackfriars House, New Bridge Street, E.C.4
Date27 February 1926
DescriptionInforms that Clay and Sons can expect permission to reproduce in the Journal of the Chemical Society, 7 figures specified that have been published in Proceedings. Subject to acknowledgements being made and the consent of the authors being given. Lists the authors of the relevant publications and states that Harrison and Sons will be asked to loan the blocks as soon as consent has been received. Also asks for a correct reference as one given has no figures on it. Towle suggests one he thinks Clay and Sons meant, which has several figures on one page.
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