Letter from the Hogarth Press to Spalding & Hodge (22/07/1938)



[[MS 2750/571/1/24]]


Messrs.Spalding & Hodge Ltd., 
Drury House, 
Russell Street, W.C.2.


22nd July, 1938.


Dear Sirs,




A question arose as to whether the paper supplied for this book, Aldwych Antique Wove, had printed properly. Our printers were of the opinion that the paper of this make supplied recently fluffed considerably more than it had done previously. They had a test made of the paper supplied for FREUD. GENERAL SELECTIONS. and the paper supplied for THREE GUINEAS and they inform us that this confirms their actual experience. We think that you would like to have this in-formation and we should be glad of any comments.


Yours faithfully, | Manager.

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Letter from the Hogarth Press to Spalding & Hodge (22/07/1938)


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Letter from the Hogarth Press to Spalding & Hodge concerning paper type and supply for Virgina Woolf's Three Guineas.