Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Alexander Burnard

Letter No.: 
VWL3992
Jan 25 [1934]

The White Gates,
Dorking

My dear Friend
Thank you very much for your interesting letter and the programmes. I am glad to hear of your composing activities. You are evidently making quite a position for yourself in Adelaide. You will be glad to hear that Elgar is much better & is now at home and has been writing letters to his friends.
with kind remembrances to your Phyllis
Yrs
R Vaughan Williams

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Shelfmark of original letter: 
Alexander Burnard Papers
General notes: 

In the hand of AVW. Year from postmark.

Format: 
Letter