Letter from Norman Leys to Leonard Woolf (01/04/1926)

MS 2750/255/105

Rights Holder

Penguin Random House Archive and Library



Norman Leys writes regarding the Daily Express and feels that it is duty to sue the paper. He talks about being publicly discredited; his reputation; and states that he wishes to write to the press. He refers to the 'cmd 2629' [MS 2750/255/104] paper and attaches newspaper clippings from Daily Express press; African World London; and the Daily express. [These clippings are enclosed with the letter.]


Norman Leys


Leonard Woolf

Date Written

Thursday, April 1, 1926

Correspondence Type


Related To



University of Reading, Special Collections
Archival folder: 
Sent from location: 
Brailsford, Derby, DE6, United Kingdom
Sent to location: 
The Hogarth Press, 52, Tavistock Square, Bloomsbury, London,WC1H 9LG,United Kingdom