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VWL2895 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Genia Hornstein

Dear Genia
Do you think I might venture to ask Mr Müller Hartmann to glance through a composition that has been sent me from Germany? - A...

1942----
VWL769 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Gerald Finzi

Dear Gerald

I think I will send you Marian Scott’s letter1 so that you can see what she says about Ivor Gurney. I wrote to her...

19350822
VWL1168 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Joy Finzi

Dear Joyce

With ‘haste & care’ indeed!
They are lovely and thank you very much - perhaps they are the last to be picked at...

19370514
VWL3242 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Marion Scott

Dear Miss Scott
These 3 letters came to my husband today - He thinks one of them is for Mr Harvey? but he does not know his address. My...

19221115
VWL3244 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Marion Scott

Dear Miss Scott

So many thanks for your letter. What I had in my mind for Ivor was the possibility of his going to some doctor's house in...

1935----
VWL3251 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Marion Scott

Dear Miss Scott
We spent some time with Ivor Gurney on Monday
There was no doubt that the state of his mind was worse than when we last...

192703--
VWL3252 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Marion Scott

Dear Miss Scott
We are so grateful to you for your letter - putting your interview with Dr C so clearly & fully.
It is disappointing...

19270208
VWL118 Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to René Gatty

My dear Herr Gatty

I was very glad to have yr letter whilst we were at Hooton - what happy days we had there you can...

1899----
VWL5049 Letter from Arnold Bax, Ralph Vaughan Williams and others to The Editor of The Times

Sir,
Ten years ago the most renowned private music library in the world, that of Paul Hirsch, was transferred from Frankfort-on-Main1...

19460409
VWL5048 Letter from John Masefield, Ralph Vaughan Williams and members of the National Book League to the Editor of The Times

Sir,
May we appeal to you, Sir, to try to make public the tragic results that may arise from the peculiar proposal that books shall no longer...

19551126

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