Letter from Adeline Vaughan Williams to Ralph Wedgwood

Letter No.: 
May 31st [1905]

10 Barton St

Dear Randolph

You have sent me such splendid letters.  I can't say how much we have liked having them.  I wonder how England looks to you after Pittsburgh - how much you have seen - Let us hear - when you can - that you are safely back.1
Write to  Tagwood
Cookham Dean
Ralph sends his love - I hope your dear mother is well.
Yours very affectionately

We have been using your name as a reference.  I hope you will say, if you are applied to, that we are fairly respectable.

I met Mrs Amos2 2 days ago who asked much after you.

R. L. Wedgwood Esq.
Hove Hill

1.   Ralph Wedgwood had been at a Railway Conference in the USA.
2. Presumably Sarah McLardie Amoes, the mother of VW's friend Maurice Amos.

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MS Mus. 1714/1/3, ff.54-55
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