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AN OPEN LETTER TO LORD BEAVERBROOK


 

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An Open Letter to Lord Beaverbrook

   

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State (a): 3,000 copies printed.1
Stapled booklet.
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Issued without wrappers.2
7" x 5 1/8"2
 
Publisher: Privately published.  
Printer: Herbert Clarke, 338 Rue St-Honoré, Paris.2   
Published At: Paris.  
Date: 1924.3  
Edition: 1st Edition.  
Pages: 16.  
Price:    
Remarks: This pamphlet is an appeal to Lord Beaverbrook to retract the libellous statements previously published in his newspaper The Sunday Express.
Although this pamphlet was published under Norman Mudd
s name, it’s believed that Crowley participated in its writing.3
Crowley had Norman Mudd send a copy of this pamphlet to various friends and important people including members of the House of Lords, Scotland Yard and the British Press.
 
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1. Richard Kaczynski, Perdurabo:  the Life of Aleister Crowley,North Atlantic Books, Berkeley, California, p. 410.  
2. Personal observation of the item.
3. Gerald J. Yorke, Bibliography of the Works of Aleister Crowley in John Symonds The Great Beast, Rider and Co., London & New York, 1951, p. 310.
 

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