Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Cordelia Curle

Letter No.: 
VWL475
Friday [8 October 1920]

Clover Lawn

Belov Boo
Glad of your card - Can imagine Lettice - She is impossible.
I hoped you would have Mac alone. Geneva will be delightful for him.
Another lovely morning - Hervey's temp & pulse better last night - 99 & 88.
Ralph back tonight. 
I feel I made too much of our financial outlook - We have always rounded the corners very nicely - if we don't then the family will have to come to the rescue.  Meanwhile it feels so much simpler to go on as we are doing - Keep all you can get - for what an unstable future faces you - more than any of us.
I've been thinking a great deal of Adam ...

 

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Shelfmark of original letter: 
MS Mus.1714/1/5, f.195-196
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Letter
Original database number: 
210608