Reference numberRR/16/384
TitleLetter from Robert William Harrison to Dukinfield Henry Scott, in reference to a paper 'The araucarieae, recent and extinct' by Albert Charles Seward and Sibille O Ford
Date31 January 1906
DescriptionSectional Committee: not stated.

In compliance with the suggestion in Scott's letter of 24 January, the paper by Seward and Ford has been referred to Masters, who at the same time was asked to say what date he expected to be able report. Masters has now returned the paper with his report, which Harrison encloses [no attachments]. Suggests 9th February at 3 o'clock for a meeting of the Botany Committee, or alternatively the 12th or 13th.

[Published in Philosophical Transactions B, 1906].
Physical descriptionLetter on paper
Digital imagesView item on Science in the Making
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstb.1906.0009
Related records in the catalogueRR/16/381
Fellows associated with this archive
NA7009Scott; Dukinfield Henry (1854 - 1934)1854 - 1934
NA5951Seward; Sir; Albert Charles (1863 - 1941)1863 - 1941
Add to My Items

    Collection highlights

    Browse the records of some of our collections, which cover all branches of science and date from the 12th century onwards. These include the published works of Fellows of the Royal Society, personal papers of eminent scientists, letters and manuscripts sent to the Society or presented at meetings, and administrative records documenting the Society's activities since our foundation in 1660.

    The Royal Society

    The Royal Society is a Fellowship of many of
    the world's most eminent scientists and is the
    oldest scientific academy in continuous existence.
    Registered charity number 207043

    Website design ©CalmView


    + 44 207 451 2500
    (Lines open Mon-Fri, 9:00-17:00. Excludes bank holidays)

    6-9 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AG

    Email Us →


    Subscribe to our newsletters to be updated with the
    latest news on innovation, events, articles and reports.

    Subscribe →

    © CalmView