Reference numberNLB/70/222
Alternative reference numberNLB/70 p115
TitleCopy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to the Manager; Orell Fussli Verlag, Zurich, Switzerland
Date8 February 1927
DescriptionInforms the Manager that it is not the Royal Society's custom to lend original blocks of illustrations in their publications outside Great Britain. Informs him, however, that he can have electros made and sent. Asks if either the Manager or Miss [Constance Fligg] Elam [later Constance Tipper] can send an exact list of references to the illustrations they would like to reproduce.
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