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VWL277 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ralph Wedgwood

My dear Randolph

You must not think that I can do anything but admire your outbreak of military spirit - what else can anybody have now -...

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VWL278 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Ralph Wedgwood

Dear Randolph,

I think that Ralph is writing to you so that my real letter shall wait a little.1  We are in the new house w...

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VWL4455 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to René Gatty

My dear Herr Gatty
We haven't had any news of you for so long: we do want to hear from you when you feel inclined enough to write to us. ...

19000409
VWL4460 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to René Gatty

My dear Herr Gatty
Ralph & I have been very pleased & touched by yr letters to us. The best news to us will be to hear you are quite...

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VWL131 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Ralph Wedgwood

My dear Randolph

It has often been in my mind to write to you - but you see it has got no further - not from want of something to say but...

19001004
VWL126 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Ralph Wedgwood

This is a letter I wrote you some weeks ago but never sent so I am sending it now with Adeline’s.

Dear Randolph,

It’s a long time...

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VWL128 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Gustav Holst

My dear V.

You'll think me a very “destructive” critic - as I have scratched out most of your lines.1
I think the whole...

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VWL132 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Ralph Wedgwood

Dear Randolph

It was very nice to see your handwriting again - I had a fear that perhaps your growing interest in the ’pools would result...

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VWL300 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to René Gatty

My dear Herr Gatty
Ralph & I are so very disappointed that you have not come home.  We had so looked forward to seeing you.
[...]...

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VWL109 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to George Moore

Dear Moore,

Do tell me if there is the slightest chance of your being able to come to this & I shall have great pleasure in sending you...

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