Letter from Peggy Belsher to the Royal Society of Arts (11/06/1931)




[[MS 2750/93/52]]


Paul Bloomfield, Esq., 
Royal Society of Arts, 
John Street, Adelphi, W.C.2.


11th June, 1931.


Dear Sir,




Both the above authors give permission for the use of these books for an Anthology Fee of £2 each. So far as we are concerned, and the authors, there would be no extra charge if a separate American Edition is published, but you should in that case communicate with the American Publishers who are;- [sic] 
Messrs. Harcourt Brace for Mr. Woolf and 
      "       Knopf for Mr. Forster.


Yours faithfully, | The Hogarth Press, | Peggy Belsher [signature] | Secretary.

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Reproduced with permission from Penguin Random House  UK archive and library owner of the Hogarth Press archive collection held by the University of Reading Special Collections

Source: MS 2750/93/52

Letter from Peggy Belsher to the Royal Society of Arts (11/06/1931)


University of Reading, Special Collections

Peggy Belsher gives permission to quote and asks for a fee of £2 for each author. She informs that there would be no extra charge for an American edition but permission from the respective American rights holders would be required.

Typescript letter signed by Peggy Belsher