Letter from Ursula Vaughan Williams to Michael Kennedy

Letter No.: 
22nd [January 1954]

As soon as we got the leaflets about bookings for P.P.1 you shall have one.  I’m sure we shall have lovely weather & all will be well.  The alternative seems to be a private plane at the D T’s2  expense??

Love from us both


1.  i.e. for the performances of The Pilgrim’s Progress (Catalogue of Works 1951/1) taking place in Cambridge in February. See VWL2753.
2.  The Daily Telegraph, where Kennedy was music critic.  The weather was cold and the roads icy, making the journey difficult - see VWL2764.


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MS Mus. 159, f.31
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