Woolf Studies Annual, v8 2002

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Discovered by way of Julia Brigg’s terrific biography, I found a treasure trove of information about Woolf. Specifically, the article in the 2002 annual by Merry Pawlowski regarding Virginia Woolf’s connections to the Women’s Services Library. This was fantastic– it includes letters between VW and the librarian (Vera Douie) detailing VW’s research requests and her continued support of the library by buying titles that were out of economic reach for their meager budget. She was clearly a huge supporter of the Women’s Library, donating dozens of books by women writers and other money and support.