Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Joanna Hadley

Letter No.: 
VWL218
[3rd June 1907]

13 Cheyne Walk,
S.W.

Dear Mrs Hadley
You will have thought me fearfully rude not to have answered you before - but I daresay you guessed that I was away for Easter and our servants did not forward what they thought to be parcels.  I should dearly love to have one of the photographs of Faithful if I really may.1  May I come up one day and choose one when we are all back from our holidays - I'm afraid that will have to be, now, when you come back from Italy won't it
Yrs very sincerely
 
R. Vaughan Williams


1. Following a performance of Pilgrim's Progress.

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Shelfmark of original letter: 
Add. MS 70935, ff.21-22
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Date from postmark.

Format: 
Letter
Original database number: 
070603