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Applicant or licensee name:
The University Of Reading Special Collections
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Title or short description:
Letter from Kathleen Innes to The Hogarth Press (19/03/1926)
Full description:In this letter Innes explains her list of people who might be interested in 'How the League of Nations Works Told for Young People' is the same as the list for 'The Story of the League of Nations Told for Young People,' although it includes a few new names.This letter is one page and written in Innes hand, and contains Innes signature. It is unpublished material.
Type of work:
Museum, gallery, library or archive holding the work:
Held within the archives of the University of Reading Special Collections,The Hogarth Press archive is part of the Random House UK archives; deposited with the University of Reading by Penguin Random House UK.
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|Free hand outs for live event, exhibition or similar|
|Use in a live event, exhibition or similar|
|In newsletter, bulletin, e-newsletter or e-bulletin|
|In non-commercial promotional material – print and digital|
|Digitise and make available on-line, including on social media|
|Use on stage or in performance|
|Educational purposes – use in learning/ training materials, including e-learning|
|Use in thesis/dissertation|
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|Publisher||Yes||Penguin Random House Archive and Library|
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