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Branford, Victor Verasis, 1863-1930, sociologist
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Letter from Victor Verasis Branford, The Sociological Society, London, to Patrick Geddes

Victor Verasis Branford feels stimulated by Patrick Geddes’ recent talk on his work in India. Branford suggests Geddes send him photos and drawing from India periodically, which Branford could transform into slides and show them to audiences in London, thus promoting Geddes’ work in India. Mentions Lewis Mumford and Arthur Geddes.

Branford, Victor Verasis, 1863-1930, sociologist

Copy letter from Victor Verasis Branford, to Lord Pentland, London

Discusses the predicament of the Town and Gown Association, his meeting with Thomas Barnby Whitson and his views on the matter. Believes Whitson should approach William Stowell Haldane regarding this matter. Suggests that if Henry Beveridge’s loan could be repaid the Association would remain solvent. Suggests meeting Lord Pentland to discuss the matter further.

Branford, Victor Verasis, 1863-1930, sociologist

Letter from Victor Verasis Branford, to Thomas Barnby Whitson, Edinburgh

Acknowledges receipt of Thomas Barnby Whitson’s letter of the 20th of October. Details the conditions under Robert Fleming is willing to financially help the Town and Gown Association. Believes Lord Pentland and William Stowell Haldane should be approached for support as well. Mentions Mr. Banks and J.M. Barrie.

Branford, Victor Verasis, 1863-1930, sociologist

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