Letter from Donald Brace to Leonard Woolf (10/05/1938) (copy)

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Letter from Donald Brace to Leonard Woolf (10/05/1938) (copy)


University of Reading, Special Collections

Donald Brace would like to receive Vanessa Bell's jacket proof for Three Guineas. He states since the Woolf's plan to publish on June 2nd, which is not enough time, the Company would have to publish in 2nd half of August - as July and early August are unfavourable. He asks if Woolf can make it a later date. He also requests 2-3 copies of the Press's edition and confirmation of the final publication date for copyright and other purposes.

Typescript letter signed by Brace