Claim by Ayrton's estate for an award for the Admiralty's use of her negative carbons

Made:
1921-1924
part of archive:
Manuscripts, typescripts and printed materials related to Hertha Ayrton
maker:
Ayrton, Hertha

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Duplicate of TNA T173/100: Royal Commission on Award to Inventors claim by Ayrton and, after her death, her executrix Barbara Ayrton-Gould who was listed by the RCAI as B.A. Gould. The Science Museum Archives copy is the claimants copy with the copy in The National Archives most likely containing more material including internal correspondence as well as the outcome.

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7 items
Identifier:
MS/2168/6