Letter from Duncan Grant to Leonard Woolf (1923) [3]

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Letter from Duncan Grant to Leonard Woolf (1923) [3]



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Duncan Grant writes in regards to another series of books being published by another publisher 'Benns', and wonders if his book can be joined to this other series, now that the Hogarth press is no longer creating a series of their own. He asks if it would be better for sales. Grant leaves the decision to Woolf.


Handwritten letter initialled by Grant