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Autograph Letter Signed ("V.W."), to Clive Bell
Richmond 1914 - 1 p. pen and ink on single sheet of "17, The Green, Richmond" stationery. 8vo. A letter from Woolf to her brother-in-law and integral member of the Bloomsbury Group, Clive Bell (1881-1964), dated only three months before the publication of Woolf's first book, The Voyage Out (1915), and reading, in part: "My dear Clive, (You will be bored by these perpetual demands) - We rather think of spending a week at Marlborough at Christmas ? I seem to remember that you once told me of some in the high street, or other pleasant part. If you could put the name one a post card, we shd. be grateful ? It seemed divine country."Virginia and Leonard Woolf had just moved to Richmond in October. It was either just before or just after Christmas that they discovered Hogarth House, which would become their home and the base of operations for the Hogarth Press for the decades to come. 1 p. pen and ink on single sheet of "17, The Green, Richmond" stationery. 8vo
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