Record

Reference numberPB/8
LevelSubFonds
TitleLectures, Publications, Addresses, Broadcasts
Date1934-1973
DescriptionThis Section assembles in chronological order all surviving material in these categories not included among any of the specific topics in Sections B-G above, although there is often a considerable degree of overlap in subject-matter.

The material varies from brief manuscript notes for an informal talk to substantial folders including several drafts, comments from colleagues and from the general public, particulars of conferences or symposia at which the lecture or address was given, editorial correspondence, arrangements for foreign publication, translation rights etc

Some entries are accompanied by explanatory notes and references are given to related matters in other Sections of the collection

Several items include or refer to publications not listed in the Royal Society Bibliography. See especially, H.8, H.45, H.74, H.77, H.105, H.122, H.132, H.136, H.137, H.139. Many more are unpublished.
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