Reference numberNLB/70/779
Alternative reference numberNLB/70 p406
TitleCopy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr J. Monroe Thorington; 2031 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia
Date1 September 1927
DescriptionWith further reference to Dr J. Monroe Thorington's enquiry about David Douglas' papers, informs him that two letters from Douglas have been found in the [Edward] Sabine letters - one is from Douglas to Joseph Sabine (the horticulturalist) and another unaddressed. Suggests Monrie Thorington also enquires at the Royal Artillery Institution in Woolwich, and at the Royal [Botanic] Gardens in Kew.
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