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Letter ReferenceFindlay Family A1199/B Documents: Box 7/3
ArchiveWilliam Cullen Library, Historical Papers, University of the Witwatersrand
Epistolary TypeLetter
Letter Date9 October 1900
Address FromHanover, Northern Cape
Address To
Who ToHudson Findlay
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The Project is grateful to the William Cullen Library, University of Johannesburg, for kindly allowing us to transcribe this Olive Schreiner letter, which is part of its Historical Papers.
1 Hanover
2 Oct 9 / 0
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4 Dear Hud
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6 I have kept a copy of the enclosed letter. When you have carefully
7read it if you are so good as to be willing to do it, post it
8registered to Dr Brown & get ?note of delivery, ^in England^ 4d I think
9I enclose 4d.
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11 If only I can get all my work out of their hand, & anything in writing
12from Brown Little & Co showing they will not be able to interfere with
13any American firm to whom I send sell this work, I shall have a little
14to live on. Of course if I were in America I could see the publisher,
15& a good American lawyer myself it could all be arranged at once.
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17 I enclose Brown Little's last letter to me. The 5 years from the date
18of my agreement with Roberts Bros ends this November.
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20 Love to you, & all the dear folk at Lyndall
21 Olive
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