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Letter from Laura Jackson to Roderick Cave, 1969-01-05
"...some further data in relation to a few places in your revised text calling for reconsideration by you; receiving no acknowledgement of this final contribution of information and comment to your task, I find myself..."
Letter from Roderick Cave to Laura Jackson, 1969-01-20
"I am surprised to find that you have not received my letter of 22 December in which I discussed some of the points which you had raised on the revised draft which I had sent you before."
"But in case you have not had it, and it has gone astray--as an increasing number of letters to and from American private press owners with whome i correspond seem to do--perhaps I should repeat in brief form the comments I made there."
Letter from Laura Jackson to Roderick Cave, 1969-01-24
"I have communicated (to-day) my perplexity about your behavior to your publishers, explaining the course of our correspondence, and my having in faith, according to our understanding as to my acceptance of your text..."
Letter from Laura Jackson to Roderick Cave, 1969-01-27
"...I thank you for your letter, an rested in my ease concerning you, and this matter..."
Letter from Laura Jackson to Roderick Cave, 1969-02-06
"Mr. Hugh Ford, who is on the staff of the English Department of Trenton State College, Trenton, New Jersey 08625, wrote to me a while ago of being engaged in writing a book on private presses (!), and of wishing information from me as to The Seizin Press (!!)."
Letter from Roderick Cave to Laura Jackson, 1969-02-18
"I should be glad to help Mr Ford in any way that I can with his work; quite apart from feeling it necessary as a small token of my gratitude to you, I would be very happy to assist. My own work has been delayed..."
Letter from Laura Jackson to Roderick Cave, 1969-02-23
"Apart from this judgement of your system, I strongly hold that you are taking liberties with the typographical customs of your authors, and I dislike the taking of them with mine, for I have always kept strictly away from decapitalization such as that practised..."
Letter from Laura Jackson to Roderick Cave, 1969-02-26
"You are kind, in the matter of Mr Hugh Ford. I shall communicate to him your suggestion and the fact of your good will."
Letter from Laura Jackson to Roderick Cave, 1969-07-02
"1) Thank you for your kind response to Mr. Ford's approach."
"2) Do you know the book marked on this page from a catalogue that I send?"
Letter from Roderick Cave to Laura Jackson, 1969-09-01
"To be brief, there is no mention at all. Franklin limited himself almost entirely to those presses in England which concerned themselves with the book as an art form..."