Letter from Viola Tree to Leonard Woolf (27/10/1925)

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Letter from Viola Tree to Leonard Woolf (27/10/1925)

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Viola Tree informs that it is better for her for the Press to deal through David Higham of Curtis Brown Ltd due to potential complications. Tree asks if Virginia Woolf's suggestions are for the whole book, a part of it, or to be added to the appendix, etc. Tree states she would prefer to hold off on retyping until after meeting with Virginia Woolf because of how many alterations were made.

Typescript letter signed by Viola Tree.