Letter from Leonard Woolf to Norman Leys (30/12/1925) [2]

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[[MS 2750/255/95]]


Norman Leys, Esq., M. D. 
Nr. Derby.


December 30th. 1925.


Dear Dr. Leys:


I have been able to look into the question of the advertising. The £20. can be spent on three good sized advertisements in “The Spectator”, “Times”, & “Morning Post”, as follows:


“Times” 2½” d/c. on January 12th. 
“Spectator” 1/4 on page on “ 23rd. 
“Morning Post” 2” d/c     “    “ 26th.


In “The Times” & “Morning Post” I propose to put in the advertisement as enclosed copy. “The Spectator” would be more or less the same but there would be space available for more quotations.


Yours, | LSW [signature] | [*30/12*]

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Letter from Leonard Woolf to Norman Leys (30/12/1925) [2]


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Leonard Woolf writes on the subject of advertising and how the £20 donation can be spent.


Typescript letter initialled by Woolf