Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Diana Awdry

Letter No.: 
[late September 1933]

The White Gates,
Westcott Road,

Dear Diana

You are very naughty - I know you went without your lunch all about that wretched hat. But I do thank you for all you do for me - I love having you do things for me you know that don't you?
We must meet again soon - have a good lunch with your Lord Justice - I wonder how the evening concert went off.
Thank you for letting me see your tramps.1 I hope that Warden will be all right - a little bit glib I thought - but he may be all right. I had a letter from Alice2 telling about poor Billy Reed being almost cut out of his Symphony.3
Love from

Uncle Ralph

1. Diana had opened a hostel for the homeless.
2. Alice Sumsion.
3. W.H. Reed

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MS Mus. 1752/2/1/1, ff. 102-103
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