Letter to 'My Dear Still' relating to As I Was Going Down Sackville Street, with copy of book,
17 Septermber 1937.
|Summary:||MS 44,780 Letter to 'My Dear Still' [someone at the published Rich & Cowen] inviting him to Galway and asking when he will receive royalties due on Sackville Street - 'I haven't had nothing but the [initial] £225 and just haven't [enough] to pay for this libel action', 17 September 1937. |
MS 42,033 As I was Going Down Sackville Street (Rich & Cowen, 1937 1st Edition).
|Citation:||National Library of Ireland. Department of Manuscripts.|
|Notes:||Physical description: 1 p. |
Physical description: 1 volume.
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MS 44,780 and 42,033
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