Letter from The Hogarth Press to McKenna & Co (02/10/1941)



[[MS 2750/510/11]]


Messrs. MacKenna & Co., [strike through corrects to McKenna] 
14 Waterloo Place, 
London, S.W.1.


2nd October, 1941.




Dear Sirs,


With reference to your letter of 24th September, the only work by Sir High Walpole which we publish is a Letter to a Modern Novelist (1/- not) published in 1932. No royalties have been paid on this during the past six years as there is still a balance unearned of £2. 8s. 7d.


Yours faithfully | THE HOGARTH PRESS

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Source: MS 2750/510/11

Letter from The Hogarth Press to McKenna & Co (02/10/1941)


University of Reading, Special Collections

The Hogarth Press informs McKenna & Co that the only work from Hugh Walpole that the Press has published is "Letter to a Modern Novelist" in 1932, and that his royalties had been paid; there is still an unearned balance of 2.8s.7d. Typescript letter.