Letter from The Hogarth Press to Miss G. Jardine (20/08/1952)

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[[MS 2750/120/19]]


Miss Jardine, 
128, Fortland Street, 
Manchester 1.


19th August, 1952.




Dear Miss Jardine,


We are enclosing a copy of a little book of original woodcuts by Roger Fry. These were published by the Hogarth Press before the war and came to light from our binders only the other day.


We have about thirty copies and I wondered if you would be interested in making us an [offer?] for small remainder. Your name has been given to us as being possibly interested by Miss M. Pilkington of the Whitworth Art Gallery.


Yours faithfully, | Secretary, | THO [sic] HOGARTH PRESS LIMITED.

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Source: MS 2750/120/19

Letter from The Hogarth Press to Miss G. Jardine (20/08/1952)


University of Reading, Special Collections

The Hogarth Press write to Miss Jardine to see if she would be prepared to make an offer on the remaining copies of the book 'Twelve Original Woodcuts'. They enclose a copy.

Typescript letter unsigned [presumed to be written by Piers Raymond, typist currently unidentified]