Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Frederick Page

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Xmas Day [1943]

The White Gates

My Dear Page

That is a most wonderful cake - we all partook (including R. O. Morris who now lives with us and sends best greetings) & all thank you heartily - as well as for the splendid cheese you sent before for which I could not thank you because you gave no address!
I remember that Lilburne1 joined you in that - remember me to him with affection when next you see him and give him my belated thanks.
I hope that you & your work prosper and that you are covering some music paper -  you here were a prolific writer - but it's quality that counts.
I hope we may meet again one day

R.  Vaughan Williams

1. sic.


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MS Papers 3903

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MS Mus. 1714/1/26, ff. 25-28
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