Letter from David Higham to Ian Parsons (29/10/1947)

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[[MS 2750/220/24]]


[pre-printed letterhead] PEARN, POLLINGER & HIGHAM, Ltd. Authors' Agents. 39-40, BEDFORD STREET, STRAND. LONDON, W. C. 2.



Ian Parsons, Esq., 
Messrs. Chatto & Windus, 
40/42 William IVth Street, W.C.2

29th October, 1947.



Dear Ian,


C. H. B. Kitchin. [*(Hogarth Press).*]


Mine of 16th October. May I now hear from you about the rights of:


CRIME AT CHRISTMAS [*} Revert*] [bracketed to refer to the first 4 titles] *] 
DEATH OF MY AUNT [*Still under consideration*]


Yours, | David [signature]




[*[initials illeg.] 31/10/47*]



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Reproduced with permission from the copyright holder David Higham Associates courtesy of Penguin Random House UK Archive and Library owner of the Hogarth Press collection at the University of Reading Special Collections.
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Source: MS 2750/220/24

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Letter from David Higham to Ian Parsons (29/10/1947)


University of Reading, Special Collections

Archival Folder:

David Higham from Pearn Pollinger & Higham Ltd. follows up with Ian Parsons about the rights reversion of Streamers Waving, Mr. Balcony, The Sensitive One, Crime at Christmas, and The Death of My Aunt. There are annotations on the letter that have been dated.


Typescript letter signed by Higham