Reference numberNLB/71/841
Alternative reference numberNLB/71 p435
TitleCopy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Miss Florence Davidson, Farnborough, Kent
Date14 November 1928
DescriptionReplies although there is no reference to Prof. John Milne having worked on the Ultra-Violet rays and glass around 1890, Miss Florence Davidson may be right. Asks for her Dusseldorf [Germany] correspondence to send in clearer references. Explains Milne was in Japan in that time working mostly on Earthquakes.
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