Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Ina Boyle

Letter No.: 
April 4 [1934]

The White Gates,
Westcott Road,

Dear Miss Boyle

Your violets were heavenly.  They came at tea time the day they were sent and the Postman could scarcely bear to give them up-  Thank you very much from us all-
I was relieved to hear that you were released from Nursing home and able to hear Betty’s ‘Land’1  - And I do hope that your sister is much better again.  We are so sorry for the bad time you have been having -
Yours sincerely

Adeline Vaughan Williams

1. Elizabeth Maconchy's symphonic suite The Land.


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Shelfmark of original letter: 
MS Mus. 160, ff.54-55
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  Addressed to her at College Hall, Malet Street, London.
  Year from postmark.

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