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VWL2265 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Peter Tranchell

Dear Mr. Tranchell,

I was very much interested in your opera.  Of course to my old-fashioned ears there were rather too many “wrong notes”...

19510808
VWL2396 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to G.E. Moore

Dear George

I have seen advertisements of “Juniper Hall” and hope very much to be able to go to it.1  I believe the Leatherhead...

19520416
VWL2498 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to G.E. Moore

Dear George

Thank you over & over again for your telegram.
It seems all wrong that my job should command more publicity than yours...

19521015
VWL2930 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Christopher Hassall

Dear Mr Hassall1

I have decided that your delightful house is not for me. I need not worry you with reasons. I have to thank you...

19530115
VWL2630 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to G.E. Moore

YOU WILL, WE THINK, NOT BE SURPRISED TO HEAR THAT WE HAVE DECIDED TO MARRY SHORTLY.1

OUR ADDRESSES WILL BE AS ABOVE FOR THE...

19530201
VWL2799 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to G.E. Moore

Dear George

Here is a photograph of the Log Book.1 I am sending one to each representative of the party.
The work was done...

19540314
VWL3288 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to G.E. Moore

Dear George,

I think it may amuse you to have a copy of my opera1 which you can glance at from time to time when nothing more...

19560215
VWL3582 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to G.E. Moore

Dear George

How good of you to think of me on my birthday1 - It carries me back to very old days when you used to sing Schubert...

19571014

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