Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Marion Scott

Letter No.: 
June 10 [1935? or later]

The White Gates,
Westcott Road,
Tel. Dorking 3055

Dear Miss Scott
I must add my line of thanks for your letter & congratulations.1
The many nice letters are being a great pleasure to us both.
I know you will let us hear how Ivor is when you have time.2
We were talking about him to Gerald Finzi - who would I am sure go to see him but he thought that it might be painful to Ivor and it is only you who can judge of this.
Yours very sincerely
Adeline Vaughan Williams

I suppose it wouldn't be possible to let Ivor have a change this summer - are there no Drs houses where he cd spend a fortnight in comparative freedom & quiet - or wd it only be cruel?

1. It is not clear what for.
2. Ivor Gurney, the composer, was in a psychiatric hospital.

Shelfmark of original letter: 

Location of copy:

Shelfmark of copy: 
MS Mus. 1714/1/31, f. 6 (typescript)
General notes: 

Date between 1929 and 1935; possibly 1935 as VWL3444 appears to follow this letter (from reference to doctor's houses) and uses new headed paper which began use in 1935.