Letter from the Hogarth Press to The Over Thirty Association (01/07/1938)



[[MS 2750/571/2/9]]


Miss Rosamond Tweedy, 
The Over Thirty Association, 
109, Great Russell Street, 


July 1st, 1938


Dear Miss Tweedy,


I hope you will remember meeting me in the company of Mr.Alexander last year at your Meeting in connection with the Factory Bill Campaign. I have since, from time to time, seen notes of your activities, and would like now to ask your co-operation.


I expect you have seen the many interesting notices of Mrs. Woolf's new book Three Guineas, published by us a few weeks ago. The book is, of course, concerned with the general status of women and their attitude with regard to War. It should, therefore, be in the possession of every thoughtful woman. We have had a number of cards printed announcing the book, and I am wondering whether you would be willing to send a number of these out to your members, perhaps with some material of your own. This would be a great help, and we should very much value your co-operation. If, on the other hand, you would prefer to provide us with a list, we would of course be happy to send them out ourselves. Perhaps you will be so kind as to let me know what you think of this suggestion.


Yours sincerely, | THE HOGARTH PRESS, | Manager.


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Source: MS 2750/ 571/2/9

Letter from the Hogarth Press to The Over Thirty Association (01/07/1938)


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The Hogarth Press write in regard to 100 cards sent to her and books being available for her bookstall.


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