Letter from The Hogarth Press to Vanessa Bell (27/10/1950)

  • Image of typescript letter from Leonard Woolf to Vanessa Bell (27/10/1950) page 1 of 1



[[MS 2750/551/64]]




Dear Vanessa,


I have written to Harcourt Brace and asked them to send the fee for the jacket direct to you. I am still without a car or would have come over to see you.






The W.D.Leng At [these 2 lines are typed at a right angle to the rest of the page]

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Source: MS 2750/551/64

Letter from The Hogarth Press to Vanessa Bell (27/10/1950)


University of Reading, Special Collections

The Hogarth Press notifies Vanessa Bell that he has asked Harcourt Brace and Company Inc. about the jacket fee for The Captain's Death Bed on her behalf. The letter is typed on the back of another partial typescript letter

Typescript letter unsigned