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Source: MS 2750/424/4
Leonard Woolf sends Vita Sackville-West the first proofs of Seducers in Ecuador. [Proofs not found at the time of cataloguing] he asks for corrections to be sent to Tavistock square. Woolf asks if she is considering an American edition and asks if they may now address each other using their Christian names.
Typescript letter signed by Woolf