Reference numberNLB/69/367
Alternative reference numberNLB/69 p194
TitleCopy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to the Director, International Institute for Intellectual Co-operation, 5 Rue de Montpensier, Paris
Date19 March 1926
DescriptionGives 6 points in answer to the circulating letter and recommendations for the accompanying Report of Experts. 1: That the Royal Society publishes a list of exchanges in the year book. 2: That a list of publications is available on the cover of every Proceedings. 3: That the Royal Society agrees with the recommendation No.3. 4: A discount to Proceedings is given to Institutions who subscribe in advance. 5: That the Royal Society is not aware of the agreement between the Universities Library for Central Europe [Budapest and Vienna] and the 'Amba' Institute at Vienne. 6: The Library of the Royal Society is available to 'bona fide' researchers of science.
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