Letter from The Hogarth Press to Kathleen Innes (24/04/1936)

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[[MS 2750/189/5]]


Mrs. Innes, 
Peace Committee, 
Friends House, 
Euston Road. N.W.1.


April 24th. 1936.




Dear Mrs. Innes,


Have you any new suggestions about circularizing your book? We shall do more or less the same kind of thing that we have done <before>; but I wondered whether you had any means of getting hold of the names and addresses of present secretaries of the principal L.N.U. branches here and overseas. I see we wrote to a certain number of these before, but secretaries are apt to change and it is a long time ago.


If you would let me have the names of any individuals to whom we could send leaflets, and to whom it would be worth sending a copy of the book intself[sic], (though not to a very large list, apart from the review list) we should be glad to have this done.


Your sincerely, | THE HOGARTH PRESS. | MANAGER.

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Letter from The Hogarth Press to Kathleen Innes (24/04/1936)


University of Reading, Special Collections

The Hogarth Press writes to Kathleen Innes on the subject of circularizing her book and if she has any contacts that they can begin to send leaflets to.

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