Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ina Boyle

Letter No.: 
VWL1176
Monday [3rd May 1937]

From R. Vaughan Williams,
The White Gates,
Westcott Road,
Dorking.

Dear Miss Boyle

Many thanks for your letter & cheque.1  I think it is most courageous of you to go on with so little recognition.  The only thing to say is that it sometimes
does come finally.
I have given Honorine your very kind message - it would be a delightful visit for her.2
Yours sincerely

R. Vaughan Williams


1. For lessons from VW.
2. Honorine Williamson was a niece of Adeline VW's brother-in-law R.O. Morris; she had come to live with the VWs, fresh from domestic science college, in 1928 to help Adeline in the house and with the impending move. She remained a much-loved member of the household for 12 years. Ina Boyle possible invited her to visit her in Ireland.

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Shelfmark of original letter: 
MS Mus. 160, ff.50-51
General notes: 

Year date from postmark, 4 May 1937.

Format: 
Letter
Citation: 
Cobbe 278
Original database number: 
370504