Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Letter No.: 
Monday [18 July 1938]

Dear one

Lovely to have 2 sides from you today - I send proofs1 - I’ve skipped through & corrections seem to me to be all right -
Page 17 - isn’t a slur wanted last bar L.H.
Mary Gardiner writes she has all the music - scores & parts - shall she send it to the respective composers?2
I think we won’t come to Salisbury but will meet you somewhere [at] Woking or elsewhere within a day’s drive whichever day you come - Saturday?
So glad you will take a day off - and perhaps get in a visit to Salisbury as well.
A grey day - but nice - Hon3 enjoyed her tennis yesterday - Molly & Liz (looking so sweet in rose pink cotton)3 & Alan Horne.

1.  Of the Serenade.
2.  fn.
3.  Honorine WIlliamson.
4.  Molly and Elizabeth Darbyshire. Elizabeth Darbyshire gave VW lessons in the clarinet. See RVW p.195.

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The envelope is postmarked 18 July 1938.

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