Letter from the Hogarth Press to Simon Nowell-Smith (24/10/1946)

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[[MS 2750/29/7]]

 

S. Norrell Smith, Esq., 
The Hill House, 
Ewlme, Oxford.

 

24th October, 1946

 

Dear Sir,

 

In reply to your letter of Octoboer 22nd, we regret that we cannot trace the transcation with Constable which you mention. Could you please give us further details of your book and tell us which passages from HENRY JAMES AT WORK you wish to include?

 

Yours faithfully, | for The Hogarth Press | [unidentified signature]

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Source: MS 2750/29/7

Letter from the Hogarth Press to Simon Nowell-Smith (24/10/1946)

Library:

University of Reading, Special Collections

Archival Folder:

The Hogarth Press write to inform Nowell-Smith that they cannot trace the correspondence he mentions in a previous letter

Typescript letter initialled [unidentified signature]