Letter from Leonard Woolf to Mary Gordon (09/01/1936)

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Source: MS 2750/129/1/7

Letter from Leonard Woolf to Mary Gordon (09/01/1936)


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Leonard Woolf informs Mary Gordon that he has returned a typescript copy with edits to Gordon, and asks for her to return it with her changes as soon as possible. Woolf additionally suggests that the book should have 10 photographs, and considers 5 from a set that Gordon has sent the best to use. Woolf also returns her notes on the authorities and Hamilton's evidence, and includes the book on the Hogarth Press' spring list. He asks if Gordon wants her medical degree on the title page alongside her name.

Typescript letter initialled by Leonard Woolf.