Letter from Simon Nowell-Smith to The Hogarth Press (22/10/1946)

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[[MS 2750/29/6]]

 

[pre-printed letterhead] Tel. EWELME 42.THE HILL HOUSE, EWELME.OXFORD.

 

 

22.10.[19]46

 

The Hogarth Press.

 

Dear Sirs,

 

You recently gave permission to Messers Constable & Co. to include, in a book by me about Henry James, certain passages from Henry James at Work by Theodora Bosanquet.

 

As miss Bosanquet's book appears not to have been published in the U.S.A., Messers Charles Scriber's Sons have asked me to inquire whether you will kindly extend your permission to cover the inclusion of the same passages in the edition

 

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of my book which they propose to publish in America.

 

Yours truly | [signature] S. Nowell-Smith

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Source: MS 2750/29/6

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Letter from Simon Nowell-Smith to The Hogarth Press (22/10/1946)

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University of Reading, Special Collections

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Nowell-Smith writes to request if previous permissions given to him for his book, will extend to an American edition

Handwritten letter signed by Nowell-Smith