Literary: Correspondence.

Reference code: CHAR 8/38

Part of: CHAR 8
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Date: 01 Jan 1920 - 31 Dec 1920

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Correspondence on books and articles - correspondents include: Brigadier-General James Edmonds, (4) on correction of WSC's notes and memoranda while at the Admiralty; Sir Frederick Macmillan, (Macmillan & Co) (2) on publication of a new cheap edition of "Lord Randolph Churchill": A P Watt & Son, Literary Agents, (9) on possible publication in the United States of volume of his articles; and on the value of his War Memoirs, said to be worth £20,000 plus royalties; Curtis Brown Ltd., (2) agreeing to act as his agents for negotiation and sale of his war memoirs; Thornton Butterworth, Publisher (2), praising his review of Margot Asquith's "Autobiography" and also on serialisation of his book on the War and Wickham Steed (2) on publication of memoirs in "The Times".

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