Reference numberNLB/72/600
Alternative reference numberNLB/72 p325
TitleCopy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr Paul Pulver; Breitenrainstrasse 35, Bern, Switzerland
Date16 January 1930
DescriptionIn reply to Dr Paul Pulver's second letter concerning Samuel Engel, informs him that just because Engel corresponded with members of the Royal Society does not mean his letters will be in the Royal Society archives. Points out that the letters may be in the great collections of the British Museum, the Admiralty (Hydrographic Office) or the Records Office. Corrects Pulver on some details of correspondants, and hopes that this helps Pulver's research.
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