Letter from R. & R. Clark to Leonard Woolf (21/09/1923)

MS 2750/133/26

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Penguin Random House Archive and Library



William Maxwell writes to accept the work. He dicusses page length, the number of half tone productions, and matters such as interleaf quality. He also remarks and advises on printing and binding processes stating that a dummy coopy will be sent . Maxwell asks Woolf to respond before they send a estimate.


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R. & R. Clark William Maxwell


Leonard Woolf The Hogarth Press

Date Written

Friday, September 21, 1923

Correspondence Type


Related To

Duncan Grant


University of Reading, Special Collections
Archival folder: 
Sent from location: 
Brandon Street, Edinburgh, EH3 5PP, United Kingdom
Sent to location: 
The Hogarth Press, Hogarth House, Paradise Road, Richmond, TW9 1SE, United Kingdom