Letter from The Hogarth Press to Librarie Kundig (24/09/1926)

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Letter from The Hogarth Press to Librarie Kundig (24/09/1926)


University of Reading, Special Collections

The Manager of The Hogarth Press writes to invoice Librairie Kundig for two copies of The Story of the League of Nations Told for Young People and three copies of How the League of Nations Works Told for Young People. The letter explains that Kathleen Innes' husband, George Alexander Innes, dropped the copies off to the library when he was in Geneva and Mr. Innes and Librairie Kundig had agreed that the Hogarth Press would bill them accordingly. The Hogarth Press also includes prices and terms should the library like to sell more copies.

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