Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Diana Awdry

Letter No.: 
Jan 4 [1934]

The White Gates,
Westcott Road,

My dear Diana -

We were so pleased to have your letter - all the nicer to have it, in a way, after the hurly burly of Xmas - not that we hurled or burled excessively.
Its nice to think that you may be at the Albert Hall on Sat - listen to R's new version for the Running Set & tell me what you think. I like it very much as played by him on the piano...
If you have a tramp of Ralph's build do let me know!1 I despair of ever finding a home for his old (very old) clothes - & there's a very warm great coat too...
Here's R - he sends love & says if you come up on Sat: let him know as he wdnt like to miss you.


Love from us all.

1. i.e. at Diana's hostel in Pauntley – see VWL1088.

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MS Mus. 1752/2/1/2, ff. 1-3
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