Wedgwood, Cicely Veronica, 1910-1997

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VWL473 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ralph Wedgwood

My Dear Randolph

It was such a pleasure to see your handwriting again after all these years. - I've been thinking so often about you - how...

19210407
VWL474 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ralph Wedgwood

Dear Randolph

I must write a line to tell you how much I enjoyed meeting your Veronica1 - I was continually being reminded of...

19210430
VWL2984 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gilbert Murray

Dear Professor Murray1

I expect you have seen with concern, as I have, the proposal to make a new translation of the...

19490419
VWL2174 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Veronica Wedgwood

Dear Veronica

A few years ago I tried to stir up George Trevelyan and Gilbert Murray about this awful scheme for a translation of the Bible...

19510117
VWL2353 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ralph Wedgwood

Dear Randolph & Iris

I enjoyed your grand party so much1- and the Cartoon2 film gave me a Great Thought...

19520109
VWL2635 Letter from Ralph Wedgwood to Ralph Vaughan Williams

My dear Ralph and Ursula,

Your card delights me.  It is what I have hoped for, these many months.  My blessings on you both.  You deserve...

19530202
VWL3926 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Eila Mackenzie

Dear Mrs Mackenzie,
Thank you so much for your letter and the tune, which is a fine one. I once collected another tune rather like it in...

1954----
VWL3255 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Veronica Wedgwood

My Dear Veronica

Time too!
When is the next volume coming out?
Yrs

Ralph


1. Probably the publication of the...

19560103
VWL5100 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to the Editor of The Times

Sir
May I be allowed to add a few words to your obituary notice of my old friend, Ralph Wedgwood?  Our intimacy began in 1892 when we were...

19560911
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