Letter from The Hogarth Press to The Communist Bookshop (09/07/1925)



[[MS 2750/536/9]]


The Secretary, 
The Communist Bookshop, 
16 King Street, 
Covent Garden, 


July 9th 1925.


Dear Sir,




With regard to the above book, and with reference to your letter of June 13th, Mr. Woolf now wishes me to inform you that his offer to the Labour Research Department having been accepted we have taken delivery of the entire remaining stock of the book, amounting in all to just over 500 copies.


He would like to discuss with you the proposal mentioned in your letter and would be pleased if you would suggest a time. He will be going away at the end of July for some time.


Yours faithfully | THE HOGARTH PRESS | Manager

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Letter from The Hogarth Press to The Communist Bookshop (09/07/1925)


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The Hogarth Press write to inform that Leonard Woolf has had his offer accepted by the Labour Research Department and that the press has had a delivery of the remaining stock. They ask if Woolf can discuss the proposal mentioned in a previous letter Typescript letter unsigned