Letter from Leonard Woolf to Flora Mayor (13/07/1924)

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Source: MS 2750/277/15

Letter from Leonard Woolf to Flora Mayor (13/07/1924)


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Woolf writes regarding sales and advertising, he proposes to advertise via circulars instead of the newspaper and offers to use the Clerical Directory to target members of the clergy. He gives estimates. Woolf also mentions that his manager Marjorie Joad is ill so he will have to print the circulars himself.



Typescript letter signed by Woolf