|Alternative reference number
|Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr. [Ernst] Benkard, Frankfurt [Am Main], Germany
|26 March 1926
|Informs Dr. [Ernst] Benkard of the decision of the Council to allow him to photograph the death mask of Sir Isaac Newton for his book, 'The History of the Death Masks of Great Men.' States the work will have to be supervised by Towle and if Benkard agrees to defray the expenses, Towle can arrange for a London Photographer to do the work.