|Alternative reference number
|Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr. [Ernst] Benkard, Frankfurt-[Am-Main], Germany
|19 March 1926
|Advices Dr. [Ernst] Benkard to seek the permission of the Council to have the death mask of Isaac Newton reproduced and to seek a professional photographer, suggest Donald Macbeth. Reminds Benkard of the 5 Shillings and sixpence owed for the sale and postage of Sir William Huggins's book [The Royal Society].
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