|Alternative reference number
|Copy letter from [Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of] the Royal Society; to Dr. [Hans Friedrich] Gadow, FRS
|3 May 1926
|Updates [Hans Friedrich] Gadow that the 46 coloured figures for Dr. [George] Lindsay Johnson's paper ['Contributions to the comparative anatomy of the reptilian and the amphibian eye, chiefly based on ophthalmological examination'] has now been dealt with, but the matter of the black [and white] figures still remains. Asks for Gadow to go through the figures at the Royal Society where the difficulties can be explained and be more convenient than to post them to Cambridge. Ask for Gadow to confirm if he can come to London. The signature on the paper has completely faded.
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|Gadow; Hans Friedrich (1855 - 1928)
|1855 - 1928