Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Peter Hamber

Letter No.: 
VWL2837
20th October, 1948.

The White Gates,
Dorking,

Dear Mr. Hamber,

I was very glad to get your letter because some months ago I had another from you which I was unable to answer as I mislaid the first page of it, and therefore had not your address.
I am so sorry you did not come and speak to me the other night.  I shall should have been so interested to see one of my correspondents face to face.
I caught my train alright that night and I am sorry I had to run away so early; do come and speak to me next time.1
Yours sincerely,

R. Vaughan Williams
(R. Vaughan Williams).


1.  Apparently a concert at the RCM - see VWL2944.

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Typewritten, signed.

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Letter
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481020b