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Letter No. Title Transcribed text Datesort descending
VWL1645 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Rosamund Gotch

My Dear Sister Rosamund1

 (I should love to be your brother - but I’m much too old - I really ought to be an uncle - and...

19391210
VWL1641 Memorandum from Norman Peterkin to Sir Humphrey Milford

Sir Humphrey S. Milford1
                                                                  VAUGHAN WILLIAMS

I...

19420424
VWL5030 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Miss Seymour-Whingates

Dear Miss Seymour-Whingates
I hear that my friend and ex-pupil John Buckland is calling on you. He is a keen and knowledgeable musician...

19430906
VWL1873 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Miss Henn Collins

Dear Miss Henn Collins1

I enclose some quotations written by a soldier serving in Athens – These I think speak for themselves –...

19450211
VWL3968 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Stanley Bate

Dear Stanley
I was much interested in your letter - I suppose the hectic life is good for your work - it would just shut me up altogether - I...

19471007
VWL1988 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Arthur Hutchings

Dear Mr. Hutchins1

I will write to the British Council and suggest that one of Rubbra’s Symphonies be recorded.2...

19500330
VWL2754 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Francis Chandler

Dear Mr Chandler,1

Thank you very much for the photograph. I cannot remember the circumstances, but apparently I was very rude,...

19540114
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