Letter from Leonard Woolf to Malcolm Williamson (14/08/1951)



[[MS 2750/557/1/30]]




Malcolm Willliamson, Esq., 
589 Pacific Highway, 
New South Wales, 


14th August, 1951.


Dear Sir,


With reference to your letter, I have no objection to your using the Haunted House by Virginia Woolf for a musical setting as an opera but, if it were published thereafter, a fee or royalty would be payable.


Yours faithfully | Dictated but not signed by Mr. Woolf.





1. Leonard Woolf/Aline Burch.

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Source: MS 2750/557/1/30

Letter from Leonard Woolf to Malcolm Williamson (14/08/1951)



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Woolf accepts Williamson's request to set "A Haunted House" to music but notes that a royalty would be payable if it were published thereafter. Typescript letter unsigned