Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Letter No.: 
Monday [July 1938]


Dear One
Lovely to have 2 sleds1 from you today. I send proofs - 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?
I think we won't come to Salisbury but will meet you somewhere 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.
Hon enjoyed her tennis yesterday - Molly & Liz (looking very sweet in rose pink cotton) & Alan Horne

1. i.e. letters. VW was staying near Salisbury 'on retreat' after a period of writer's block.

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Shelfmark of original letter: 
MS Mus. 1714/1/11, f.44
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Date from context.