Letter from Leonard Woolf to Norman Leys (14/08/1924)



[[MS 2750/255/29]]


Monk’s House
near Lewes




Dear Leys,


1. I have ordered the book to be bound in PVA452, the red chosen by you.


2. I will try to get you a little pamphlet on proof correcting when I go town on Monday.


3. Will you return the chapters which you are revising as soon as possible?


4. If I am to send the MS[manuscript] to Major Church the Labour M.P. I could certainly write him a letter as Sec of the Advisory Comm advising him to read the book. You will let me know when and to whom I am to send the MS[manuscript].?


5. I haven’t had a letter of yours from your brother.


Yours │ Leonard Woolf [signature]

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Source: MS 2750/255/29

Letter from Leonard Woolf to Norman Leys (14/08/1924)


University of Reading, Special Collections

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Leonard Woolf writes to tell Leys that he has had the book bound. He will also be sending a pamphlet on proof correcting and asks for chapters to be returned to him. Woolf also talks about sending the manuscript to Labour M.P Mr Church, he finishes the letter informing Leys that he has not had a letter from his brother. Typescript letter