Letter from Norah Nicholls to the Six Point Group (02/06/1938)



[[MS 2750/571/2/3]]


Miss Helen Fletcher, 
Creek House, 
Church Street, 


June 2nd, 1938.


Dear Miss Fletcher,


Many thanks for your letter. I am glad you liked Three Guineas so much. I thought you would.


We are planning to design a card for circularisation purposes, and should be very glad to let you have any number you want. Would you be very kind and let me know soon how many you can use? Also, some time ago, I had a list of all the women's organisations, but unfortunately I left the record behind me at Methuen's. I wonder if you have any material of this sort, as it seems to me that every woman, particularly of our own serious type (!) should know about this book, and not only know, but have it pushed in front of her. I hope this won't give you a lot of trouble, but if you could put me on to one, it would be a great help.


It is very kind of you to suggest that I should come and see you at Isleworth, and I should love to do so. I am doubtful about my plans for this next holiday week-end, and the week-end after I hope to have my small girl with me. Of course, she is a good deal older than your boys, and I do not know quite how we shall be fixed that week-end, but if you wouldn't find it a nuisance I should love to bring her, or if you prefer, to come alone some other week-end.


Yours sincerely,

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Source: MS 2750/ 571/2/3

Letter from Norah Nicholls to the Six Point Group (02/06/1938)


University of Reading, Special Collections

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The Hogarth Press write to Miss Helen Fletcher concerning the design of a Three Guineas themed card for circulation purposes.


Typescript letter unsigned