Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Katharine Thomson

Letter No.: 
30th September, 1948.

The White Gates,

Dear Mrs. Thomson,

I should like to see you very much any time you happen to come in this direction, and also your principal singers if they would like to come.  We could then discuss all the problems involved, and if Tom Harrison could come too it would be all the better, so let me know.1
I am sorry I missed you at Worcester.2
Yours sincerely,

R. Vaughan Williams

Mrs. Thomson,
84, Oakfield Road,
Selly Park,

1. Thomson was musical director of the Clarion Singers who were preparing a performance of Sir John in Love.
2. At the Three Choirs Festival.

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Add. MS 71536, f. 15
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Typewritten, signed.

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