Lilburn, Douglas, 1915-2001

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VWL1916 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Douglas Lilburn

Dear Lilburn

I was very glad to get your long and interesting letter and to have news of you and expecially to be able to thank you for the...

19440522
VWL2024 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Douglas Lilburn

Dear Lilburn

I have discovered by Sherlock Holmes methods that it was you who sent that fine parcel of good things - I ate the honey for...

19451226
VWL2026 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Douglas Lilburn

Dear Lilburn

I had already guessed it was you and wrote accordingly1 - Now, your welcome letter has come - & I thank you...

19460115
VWL2154 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Douglas Lilburn

Dear Lilburn

That marvellous jar of honey!
My wife who has been very ill & now convalesces is able to have some of it
I hope...

19470212
VWL2249 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Douglas Lilburn

Dear Lilburn

I have been reading your article in the Magazine “Landfall” and like it very much.1 It has also been much admired...

19510523
VWL2314 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Douglas Lilburn

D.Lilburn, Esq.,
Victoria University,
Wellington, W.1.
New Zealand

Dear Lilburn,

I was very glad of your long and...

19470807
VWL2780 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Douglas Lilburn

Dear Lilburn

Thank you so much for still another pot of honey.  I had hardly finished the first one and I feel sure this one will be...

19480729
VWL2838 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Douglas Lilburn

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Dear Lilburn

Please use my name as a reference and I will do all I can to get you the job - but I take it you do not want...

19481022
VWL2938 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Douglas Lilburn

Dear Lilburn

Thank you so much for your wonderful parcel.1  You are one ahead of me with the honey because I have only just...

19481229
VWL2953 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Douglas Lilburn

Dear Lilburn,

Thank you so much for your interesting letter.  I am so glad you have found your feet in your new work.1  You and...

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