Low Temp Station, 1930. unbound. 1 page on embossed coat-of-arms letterhead, 7 x 4.25 inches, Low Temp Station, November 28, 1930. In this letter, Hardy extends an invitation to the recipient, in full: "I hope you can give me the pleasure of your company at dinner in Cain on Saturday next. Yours ever, W. B. Hardy. Dinner jackets - black tie will do." One horizontal fold; very good(+) condition. British biologist and early proponent of biochemical research best remembered for coining the word "hormone. (Inventory #: 267560)
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