Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Mrs W. Hadley

Letter No.: 
VWL122
[1907?]

 

Dear Mrs Hadley1

This is Lady Campbells letter
R. Vaughan Williams

11, Cheyne Walk,
Chelsea, S.W.
Fri evg.

Please excuse Pencil

Dear Mrs Vaughan Williams,

Do you think your husband could find out for me whether there is any chance of the Pilgrims Progress being done in June for an Educational Society which would guarantee expenses & hand any surplus over to a charity? Mrs Almeirie FitzRoy secretary of the Belgravian Branch of the Parish National Educational Union is most anxious to have a Performance for the Society's Summer Meeting, to enable the children of members ( a very large number) to have the privilege & delight of seeing & hearing so beautiful & inspiring a work...


1. Mrs W. Hadley (Joanna Hadley) had made a dramatisation of Pilgrim's Progress.

Location of original letter:

Shelfmark of original letter: 
Add. MS 70935, ff.23-25
General notes: 

VW's letter is an annotation to Lady Campbell's letter.

Format: 
Letter
Original database number: 
07xxxa