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VWL3196 Letter from Ursula Vaughan Williams to Margaret Keynes

Dear Margaret

Diana1 was here a few weeks ago, and Lucy2 just before she died, so all the links remained firm - and...

19580909
VWL3561 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Geoffrey Keynes

Dear Geoffrey

I was so sorry I could not come on Sunday,1 but you, with your great knowledge and deep understanding of Blake...

19571126
VWL2762 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Margaret Keynes

My dear Margaret,

I return the cutting herewith, and I will go through your references to Henrietta's letters at my leisure. I should like...

19540128
VWL2746 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Margaret Keynes

My dear Margaret,

I think it very unfair to label people like this on such very slight evidence. But I fear I did not know her1...

19531220
VWL2681 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Charles Cudworth

Dear Cudworth

This is certainly my writing - I wish I cd write as well now.1
May I be allowed to say how much I...

19530511
VWL3022 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Patrick Hadley

Dear Paddy

I did enjoy myself the other day. Your hospitality was wonderful and Mullinar1 played magnificently.
Have you...

19490608
VWL2019 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Geoffrey Keynes

Dear Geoffrey

Your letter puts me in rather a difficulty because I have nearly finished the sketch of an opera on the same subject1...

19451117
VWL1919 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Margaret Keynes

Dear Margaret,1

Thank you very much for your letter. I am glad you liked Leith Hill Place - but I think the old life there can...

19440603
VWL1026 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Geoffrey Keynes

Dear Geoffrey

I return your friend’s scenario. I have looked at it carefully & shewn it to one or two friends whose judgement I trust....

19351229
VWL929 Letter from Gwen Raverat to Ralph Vaughan Williams

Copy of part of my letter to R.V.W. 

My scene wd be like this: Job and Mrs J sitting comfortably under their house. Enter...

19310802

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