40R. A. N. Whitehead to Harrod, 3 November 1922 [a]
Whitehead thanks Harrod for having discovered a photo with his son Eric,  and sends an paper which "may amuse" Harrod as he was "apparently engaged in a tour of exploration into Cambridge thought". 
Whitehead went to live in Chelsea, after he became Professor of the College of Science and Technology in South Kensington [...]. He had what one might call an `At Home' for his friends once a week after dinner ( Harrod to Brian McGuinness, 20 February 1974 , in KHLM 180-87).
I regularly went to their weekly after dinner At Homes, every week when I was still at Westminster and every week during vacations after I had gone to Oxford. When at Oxford I always spent the vacations --six months per year-- living with my mother in London ( Harrod to McGuinness, 10 May 1974 , in KHLM 180-87).
2. On Harrod's sojourn in Cambridge see notes 1 to letter 26 R and 2 to letter 30 R. The paper sent by Whitehead could not be identified.
- a. From the Imperial College of Science and Technology, South Kensington, London # , two pages ALS, in KHLM 226.
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