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VWL3821 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Grace Williams

Dear Grace
That will be lovely - we will go together to the prom & we will have dinner together either before or after - I...

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VWL3832 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Grace Williams

Dearest Grace
I will keep the song till I see you - which I hope will be soon. As regards publishers - I had that Welsh firm in my...

1933----
VWL1085 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Elizabeth Maconchy

My Darling Betty

Of course I’m coming on  the 13th & they have sent me a pass for two so I am bringing Grace1...

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VWL1082 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Elizabeth Maconchy

Dearest Betty

(Or am I to call you Betsy – I think I prefer Betty as I’ve always called you that.)
I went to the studio last night –...

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VWL4577 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Marion Edwards Park

Dear Miss Park,1
This is to introduce to you the well known London pianist Miss Harriet Cohen. Miss Cohen is too well known to...

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VWL1049 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Elizabeth Maconchy

My Darling Betty

What lovely news & how sweet of you to telephone. – I heard all about it in London from Gibbs.  Of course you ought to...

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VWL1066 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Hubert Foss

Dear Foss

Thank you very much for your letter - I am perfectly well - only there is this wretched ankle - I mayn’t put my foot to the...

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VWL5061 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Leslie Boosey

Dear Mr Boosey
These youthful indiscretions were a great shock to me.  I think they were printed in proof by the 'Vocalist' company but never...

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VWL3676 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Michael Mullinar

[Incomplete]

Dear Michael

This is splendid news – I wish I could be there – but alas I have promised to be away with my mother that...

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VWL3819 Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Grace Williams

Dearest Grace
That will be splendid. I will be at 4 Horbury Crescent at 7.30
And what can be prettier than a simple cotton frock...

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