Letter from Leonard Woolf to Flora Mayor (23/07/1924)

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Source: MS 2750/277/17

Letter from Leonard Woolf to Flora Mayor (23/07/1924)

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Woolf writes to inform Mayor of continued good sales, and lets her know the total amount sold. and that there is the possibility of the first edition being exhausted. He has got a new estimate from the printers. Woolf also talks about possible profits and losses if she were to print extra copies, but also reminds Mayor there could be a slump in sales. He asks for a phone call or to meet so they can discuss. He finishes the letter stating he has just received another order whilst he writes to her.

 

Typescript letter signed by Woolf