Letter from Barbara Hepworth to Mrs Powell-Anderson (21/06/1938)



[[MS 2750/571/2/5]]


Mrs. Powell-Anderson, O.B.E., 
15, Brunswick Terrace, 


June 21st, 1938


Dear Madam,


Thank you for your letter of June 20th. For your purpose, I can imagine nothing more suitable than Mrs. Woolf's new book Three Guineas, which as you probably know, is having a big success. I am, therefore, enclosing a copy, and hope your talk will be very successful.


Yours faithfully, | THE HOGARTH PRESS, | Manager. 









1. Barbara Hepworth.

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Source: MS 2750/ 571/2/5

Letter from Barbara Hepworth to Mrs Powell-Anderson (21/06/1938)


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Barbara Hepworth grants permission to talk about Three Guineas in an upcoming radio broadcast. Enclosed is a copy of the book.

Typescript letter initialled by Hepworth