Letter from The Hogarth Press to A. Zwemmer Ltd (03/04/1952)

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[[MS 2750/120/10]]


Messrs. A. Zwemmer, 
76, Charing Cross Road, 
London, W.C. 2.


3rd April, 1952.




Dear Sirs,


We have a remaining stock of approximately thirty-five copies of a small book of original woodcuts by Roger Fry. We are sending you a copy and wonder if you would like to make us an offer for them.




[* I.M.P*1Can you suggest anyone else who might [?] these or shall we offer them to Pamela Diamand? P.R. 15.4.[19]52. *]


[* P.R. | I [?] : The Leicester gallery "Redfern" Roland Brown [Browse] & Delbanco Foyle's. *]


* Endnotes

1. Ian Macnaghten Parsons

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Letter from The Hogarth Press to A. Zwemmer Ltd (03/04/1952)


University of Reading, Special Collections

The Hogarth Press write in regard to their remaining 35 copies of 'Twelve Original Woodcuts' by Roger Fry. They send them a copy, and ask if the bookshop would like to make an offer for them. There are handwritten notes questioning if they should be offered to Pamela Diamand, and notes that mention Redfern Gallery, and Leicester Galleries.

Typescript letter

The handwritten notes are presumed to be written by Ian Parsons and Piers Raymond