Reference numberNLB/72/372
Alternative reference numberNLB/72 p197
TitleCopy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Sir Gerald Lenox-Conyngham, FRS
Date29 August 1929
DescriptionIn reply to Sir Gerald Lenox-Conyngham's enquiry, informs him that the Conjoint Board of Scientific Societies was originally constituted at the meetings of the Royal Society's Council held in February and March 1916. Informs Lenox-Conyngham that his other enquiry has been sent on to Professor [William Whitehead] Watts, who was Secretary of the Board.
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Fellows associated with this archive
NA6790Lenox-Conyngham; Sir; Gerald Ponsonby (1866 - 1956)1866 - 1956
NA1328Watts; William Whitehead (1860 - 1947); geologist and educationist1860 - 1947
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