Letter from Norman Leys to Leonard Woolf (01/04/1926)

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Source: MS 2750/255/105

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Letter from Norman Leys to Leonard Woolf (01/04/1926)



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Norman Leys writes regarding the Daily Express and feels that it is duty to sue the paper. He talks about being publicly discredited; his reputation; and states that he wishes to write to the press. He refers to the 'cmd 2629' [MS 2750/255/104] paper and attaches newspaper clippings from Daily Express press; African World London; and the Daily express. [these clippings are enclosed with the letter.]


Typescript letter signed by Leys with handwritten annotation