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Encloses a letter from the author.

The author has only received two copies of his paper, when he requested fifty. He wants to know if he can have the further copies when the paper is released for general publication.

[Published in Proceedings of the Royal Society A, 1945].

Reference number
RR/67/213
Earliest possible date
02 May 1941
Physical description
Two letters on paper
Page extent
2 pages
Format
Manuscript
Typescript

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Letter from University Press Cambridge, on a paper 'Stress systems in aeolotropic plates, III' by Albert Edward Green to J D Griffith Davies, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society, 02 May 1941, RR/67/213, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_67_213/letter-from-university-press-cambridge-on-a-paper-stress-systems-in-aeolotropic-plates-iii-by-albert-edward-green-to-j-d-griffith-davies-assistant-secretary-of-the-royal-society, accessed on 19 July 2024

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