Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to R.L. Eastwood

Letter No.: 
5th July, 1950.

The White Gates,
Dorking, Surrey.

Dear Mr. Eastwood,

I am very sorry I cannot accept your kind invitation for July 15th, as I have already promised to be elsewhere.
Sir Adrian Boult has indeed planted a tree in the soil of English music which will grow and prosper, and spread its branches over the world.
Yours sincerely

R Vaughan Williams

(R. Vaughan Williams).

R.L. Eastwood, Esq.,
British Broadcasting Corporation,
(Club Gardening Section)
Broadcasting House, W.1.

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Add MS 72671A, f. 16
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Typewritten, signed.

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