Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ralph Wedgwood

Letter No.: 
VWL106
[April 1902?]

10 Barton Street

Dear Randolph,

I am sending the promised copies each with an appropriate inscription which have caused me much labour to invent1.
A.2 sends you her love - she is nearly all right & went out for the 1st time today.
What do you think of this note from G. Trevy3 which I found shoved in under the door when I came down to breakfast on Sunday morning
Yrs affec

Ralph Vaughan Williams

 


1.  Probably copies of the two songs (Linden Lea and Blackmore by the Stour) published in The Vocalist in May 1902.  See VWL107.
2.  Adeline Vaughan Williams
3.  George Macaulay Trevelyan, the historian, and a friend from Cambridge University.

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Shelfmark of original letter: 
MS Mus. 1714/1/2, ff.47-48
Format: 
Letter
Original database number: 
01XXXb