Letter from Barbara Hepworth to Fontaine (revue)(16/05/1945)

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Source: MS 2750/348/21

Letter from Barbara Hepworth to Fontaine (revue)(16/05/1945)


University of Reading, Special Collections

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Barbara Hepworth informs Fontaine that they have the French rights for I Speak of Africa; Plomer holds the rights for The Case is Altered, Paper Houses, and Sado and will likely get in touch with the Press. The Press does not have Child of Queen Victoria; that is published by Jonathan Cape.

Typescript letter initialled by Hepworth