Letter from Leonard Woolf to Flora Mayor (13/03/1924)

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Source: MS 2750/277/7

Letter from Leonard Woolf to Flora Mayor (13/03/1924)

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University of Reading, Special Collections

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Leonard Woolf discusses the estimate received and encloses it [see MS 2750/277/5] Woolf talks about the costs involved. He explains Mayor's initial expenses and what the press will charge for commission. Woolf also states that if Mayor were to publish a 2nd edition she would make a profit and they would also reduce their commission. He requests to know of her decision as soon as possible so they can begin printing. Woolf also informs of a new permanent address for The Hogarth Press.

 

Handwritten letter on company letter headed paper signed by Woolf