Letter from Leonard Woolf to Bertrand de Jouvenel (22/03/1936)

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[[MS 2750/577/2/6]]


Bertrand de Juvenel Esq., 
The Carlton Hotel, 
S.  W.  1.


22nd March 1936


Dear Sir,


I remember meeting you at the Labour Party Congress, of course.


I am very sorry that we are just leaving London for a fortnight, so that it would be impossible for Mrs. Woolf to give you an interview.


Yours sincerely, | LW [signature]

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Letter from Leonard Woolf to Bertrand de Jouvenel (22/03/1936)


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Archival Folder:

In reference to the (undated) note from de Jouvenel, L. Woolf says the Woolfs are leaving London, so there is no chance of an interview with Virginia

Typescript letter initialled by Woolf