Letter from Leonard Woolf to Weidenfeld & Nicolson (14/04/1954)

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[[MS 2750/550/3/8]]




Messrs. Weidenfeld & Nicolson, Ltd., 
7 Cork Street, 
London, W.1.


14th April, 1954.


Dear Sirs,


With reference to your letter of the 12th of April, we would be prepared to allow a reprint of BETWEEN THE ACTS in an edition of not more than 5,000 copies of Great English Short Novels, for a fee of £150.


Yours faithfully,


Dictated but not signed by Mr. Woolf




1. Leonard Woolf

2. Aline Burch

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Source: MS 2750/550/3/8

Letter from Leonard Woolf to Weidenfeld & Nicolson (14/04/1954)


University of Reading, Special Collections


Aline Burch

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Leonard Woolf informs Weidenfeld & Nicolson that the Hogarth Press is prepared to reprint the English edition of Between the Acts of less than 5000 copies for a fee of 150 pounds.

Typescript letter dictated by Leonard Woolf but not signed