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Charles L. Abernethy of the North British Rubber Co. Ltd, Edinburgh, to Sir Robert Robertson. Concerning a vacancy with the Defence Munitions Department Experimental Station, Salisbury. With a following letter concerning Abernethy's prospects in his pr...

Charles L. Abernethy of the North British Rubber Co. Ltd, Edinburgh, to Sir Robert Robertson. Concerning a vacancy with the Defence Munitions Department Experimental Station, Salisbury. With a following letter concerning Abernethy's prospects in his present job.

Sir Robert Robertson

[Archibald Wallace Williamson] Bain, London, to Sir Robert Robertson. Requests a personal testimonial for his application for a post as part-time lecturer in physics at the University of Edinburgh; with two replies and a testimonial (copies) and a seco...

[Archibald Wallace Williamson] Bain, London, to Sir Robert Robertson. Requests a personal testimonial for his application for a post as part-time lecturer in physics at the University of Edinburgh; with two replies and a testimonial (copies) and a second letter from Bain with a list of distinctions gained at Edinburgh University, certified by Professor [Edmund Taylor] Whittaker.

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Sir [Chandrasekhara Venkata] Raman to Sir Robert Robertson. Gives notification of Suri Bhagavantam being proposed for membership of the Royal Society and asks Sir Robert to act as signatory; with copy of the certificate and a list of publications by Bh...

Sir [Chandrasekhara Venkata] Raman to Sir Robert Robertson. Gives notification of Suri Bhagavantam being proposed for membership of the Royal Society and asks Sir Robert to act as signatory; with copy of the certificate and a list of publications by Bhagavantam.

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8 December 1934. [Sir Robert Robertson] to [Arthur] Francis Hemming. Consists of a copy of a short report, originally sent to Ramsay MacDonald, of his visit to the opening of the Maison de la Chemie in Paris with suggestions for providing increased acc...

8 December 1934. [Sir Robert Robertson] to [Arthur] Francis Hemming. Consists of a copy of a short report, originally sent to Ramsay MacDonald, of his visit to the opening of the Maison de la Chemie in Paris with suggestions for providing increased accommodation for scientific societies in London; with acknowledgement from Hemming, 10 December 1934.

[MS 50/6(180)].

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Circular correspondence of the American Chemical Society. Relates to the Society's decision not to contribute to the establishment of an international office of chemistry in Paris, with a copy letter from [Sir Robert Robertson] to Dr Stephen Miall whic...

Circular correspondence of the American Chemical Society. Relates to the Society's decision not to contribute to the establishment of an international office of chemistry in Paris, with a copy letter from [Sir Robert Robertson] to Dr Stephen Miall which discusses the same problem and suggests that future relations with France might be difficult.

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Memoranda with copy correspondence from files of History of International Conference at Geneva on Fats and Oils; memoranda with copy correspondence from files of Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, 1926-1935. Relates to the international convention ...

Memoranda with copy correspondence from files of History of International Conference at Geneva on Fats and Oils; memoranda with copy correspondence from files of Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, 1926-1935. Relates to the international convention for unification of results of analysis of foodstuffs.

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[Ernst] Berl, Carnegie Institute of Technology, to Sir Robert [Robertson]. Thanks him for his intervention, states that the Ministry of Supply had shown interest in his propositions [unspecified] and expresses his eagerness to help, saying that he had ...

[Ernst] Berl, Carnegie Institute of Technology, to Sir Robert [Robertson]. Thanks him for his intervention, states that the Ministry of Supply had shown interest in his propositions [unspecified] and expresses his eagerness to help, saying that he had been in touch with Professor Mark in Canada.

[MS 50/9(316)].

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H. Stafford Hatfield, London, to Sir Robert Robertson. Asks for his assistance in finding employment in government research. With a reply from Sir Robert and a letter from Hatfield to the Secretary of the Department of Scientific and Industrial Researc...

H. Stafford Hatfield, London, to Sir Robert Robertson. Asks for his assistance in finding employment in government research. With a reply from Sir Robert and a letter from Hatfield to the Secretary of the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, London offering himself for employment.

[Copies].

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