180R. Henry Miers to Harrod, 4 November 1930 [a]

Miers appreciates the temperate attitude by which Harrod presented his views, when they were at variance with those of some other member of the Commission: this made things easier, in spite of Harrod's position being difficult and delicate. [1] The exchange continues at 182 R.

  1. 1. On the first signs of Harrod's dissent with the other members of the Bodleian Library Commission see note 1 to letter 177 R and note 1 to letter 179 R.
    1. a. From 18, Aberdare Gardens, West Hampstead, N.W.6 # , two pages TLS, in HP VI-51.

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