Letter from Samuel Solomonovich Koteliansky to Leonard Woolf (03/03/1923)

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Source: MS 2750/38/10

Image Rights Holder: Estate of Samuel Solomonovich Koteliansky

Letter from Samuel Solomonovich Koteliansky to Leonard Woolf (03/03/1923)

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University of Reading, Special Collections

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Koteliansky writes about 'Cassells Weekly' and that they have accepted words from the Goldenweiser book and states how much they have offered, mentioning that he is showing it to 'the Mercury'. He awaits Woolf's return as their arrangement for this book is different than previous agreements. He asks if Woolf if he has heard from America in regards to the 'Gold' book. He states he regrets having dealt with a manuscript whilst Woolf was away as there was another company that would have taken it who pay well. He also speaks about an agreement with Seltzer about the Bunin stories as he has been approached by 'the DIal' to reprint The Gentleman from San Francisco.

 

 

Manuscript letter signed by Koteliansky