Letter from Harold Nicolson to Leonard Woolf (25/10/1924)

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Source: MS 2750/317/4

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Letter from Harold Nicolson to Leonard Woolf (25/10/1924)

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University of Reading, Special Collections

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Harold Nicolson writes to say that Vita Sackville-West has informed him that his work is being printed. He offers his suggestion for the note that should be included in the limited run. He also states his preference on the style, which should neither be a 'beautiful book' or 'cheap and nasty' but somewhere in between. He aks for the wrapper to be orange or yellow and requests a proof. As a post script he mentions Vita Sackville-West recieving her work 'Seducers in Ecuador'.