Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Bernard Herrmann[?]

Letter No.: 
Oct 30 [1946?]

From R. Vaughan Williams,
The White Gates,
Westcott Road,

Dear [illegible]
I should like to see you & Mrs Herrman on Friday - Would you come to tea about 4.0 - But I shall be in all day, if that time does not suit you
Yrs sincerely
R Vaughan Williams

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General notes: 

The recipient of the letter appears to be Herrmann although the name is illegible. Year assumed from typewritten description of a visit to The White Gates by Lucille Herrmann, wife of Bernard, now at British Library MS Mus 1714/1/16, ff. 122–25, which is dated November 1st 1946.
This letter was apparently with papers of Bernhard Herrmann sold with VWL4287.