Letter from Leonard Woolf to Thomas Seltzer (07/07/1924)

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[[MS 2750/168/15]]


Thomas Seltzer 
55 5 West Fiftieth Street 
New York


7 July, 1924


Dear Mr Seltzer,


I am taking the liberty of sending you a book of stories which we have just published called "IN OUR TOWN".  The author, Mrs Hobson, tells me that Mr Goldring suggested to her that we should let you see it and that we should quote you a price for sheets.  We could let you have any quantity up to 400 sheets @ £5-5-0 per hundred exclusive of carriage to the United States.


Yours very truly | Leonard Woolf [signature]

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Source: MS 2750/168/15

Letter from Leonard Woolf to Thomas Seltzer (07/07/1924)


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Woolf explores the possibility of an American edition. Woolf states that Douglas Goldring has mentioned Seltzer to Coralie Hobson as someone who may be interested in purchasing sheets of 'In Our Town' for America.

Typescript letter signed by Woolf