Letter from Donald Brace to Virginia Woolf (12/05/1933) (copy)

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Letter from Donald Brace to Virginia Woolf (12/05/1933) (copy)


University of Reading, Special Collections

Donald Brace informs Virginia Woolf that the Atlantic Monthly has sent the Company $500 for Flush serial rights, and the other $1000 will be paid when publication begins. He informs Woolf that it was Leonard Woolf's idea to take the usual agent's commission, and Brace sends $450 as a Guaranty Trust. He requests for the endpapers mentioned in the wrapper that the Woolfs had sent.


Typescript letter signed by Brace