Reference numberNLB/71/995
Alternative reference numberNLB/71 p513
TitleCopy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr. J. [Bronte] Gateby, Trinity College, Dublin [Ireland]
Date10 January 1929
DescriptionSeeks clarity as to how a reproduce a plate provided to the printers. States that Plate 1 is labelled as 'double' but also numbered a 1 plate. Should it be published on 2 pages or strung down to one? [The Paper is 'The effect of X-radiation on the spermatogenesis of the Guinea-pig' by J. Brontë Gatenby and Sylvia Wigoder]
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