Letter from The Hogarth Press to Simon Nowell-Smith (31/10/1946)

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[[MS 2750/29/9]]

 

S. Norrell [sic. Nowell] Smith, Esq., 
The Hill House, 
Wwelme [Ewelme], Oxford.

 

31st October, 1946

 

Dear Sir,

 

Thank you for your letter of October 29th. We are sorry to have put you to so much trouble in this matter, as our correspondence has now been traced. Weaare [sic] please to give permission to include the passage from HENRY JAMES AT WORK in the American edition of your book.

 

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

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Source: MS 2750/29/9

Letter from The Hogarth Press to Simon Nowell-Smith (31/10/1946)

Library:

University of Reading, Special Collections

Archival Folder:

The Hogarth Press apologise for previously being unable to trace correspondence and grant the permissions Nowell-Smith requires for an American edition

Typescript letter signed (unidentified initials)