Item 21 - Letter from G. A. Macmillan to Lady Frazer

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Letter from G. A. Macmillan to Lady Frazer


  • 6 Apr. 1929 (Creation)

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Hotel Flora, Roma - Apologises that [William] Maxwell bothered them, there has been no problem with the book [the 'Fasti'], the commentary is passed for the press and they are waiting for the paper, is delighted Frazer doesn't want to review the proofs of the index, asks if he needs to see the pages of the text and translation which he has twice reworked; is getting some illustrations from the Director of the British School at Rome, Mr Arthur Smith, and the Assistant Director of the German Institute.

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