Letter from Leonard Woolf to R. & R. Clark (07/11/1924)

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Source: MS 2750/220/6

Letter from Leonard Woolf to R. & R. Clark (07/11/1924)

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University of Reading, Special Collections

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Leonard Woolf encloses the manuscript with its altered title 'Streamers Waving' and asks for printing to proceed. He asks for R. & R.Clark to use alternative paper and requests a sample book of printed cloth patterns in order for him to make a selection for the cover. [manuscript enclosure not present at the time of cataloguing] Typescript letter signed by Woolf

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[[MS 2750/220/6]]

7 November, 1924

 

Dear Sirs,

 

EN ROUTE

 

I enclose a revised copy of this book from which you will see that the author has altered the title to "Streamers Waving". I shall be obliged if you will proceed with the printing, using the revised copy, in accordance with your estimate of 22 October. Will you return me the original MS [Manuscript]?

 

As regards the paper, I shall be obliged if you will use the paper in the alternative dummy which you sent me which bulks better.

 

Would you some time let me see your sample book of <cloth> patterns for the cover in order that I may select from it?

 

Yours faithfully | Leonard Woolf [Signature]