Reference numberNLB/72/180
Alternative reference numberNLB/72 p93
TitleCopy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to the Treasurer of the Royal Anthropological Institute; 52 Upper Bedford Place, W.C.1.
Date10 May 1929
DescriptionInforms the Treasurer that the Royal Anthropological Institute can use the Royal Society's Meeting Room for their course of lectures to be delivered in the Autumn. Informs him of charges for the room (to cover heating, lighting, etc) and an extra charge for the use of the episiascope [projector].
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