Woolf writes to Wigram, 10 June 1935, relating impressions from the Woolfs' recent trip to Germany. He describes a demonstratioon in Bonn, and his pet marmoset winning over the crowd, and on seeing armed soldiers on every culvert along the road from Cologne to Bonn.
In Rare Books and Manuscripts, University Libraries, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA (#1987-0081R/A-S)
Source of Acquisition:
Purchased from Sophie Dupre, 1987.
Leonard Woolf, husband of Virginia Woolf, was a unique thinker and theorist in his own right--sophisticated, principled, and humane. His legacy is inextricably tied with the Bloomsbury Set, one of the most influential literary groups of the 20th century, and with Hogarth Press, which he co-founded with his wife.