Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Nadia Boulanger

Letter No.: 
October 26 [1936]

From R. Vaughan Williams,
The White Gates,
Westcott Road,

Dear Madlle Boulanger
I was delighted to get your kind letter and am so pleased that you think well of Stanley.1 He himself has written me happily and hopefully - of all your goodness to him and of how he is going to try to deserve it.
I feel sure that he has now met  possibly the one person who can guide his rather wayward genius.
It will be a great pleasure to meet you when you come to England and I shall like very much then - if you will allow it - to discuss Stanley's future. Please let me know your address when you come to London.
Yours very sincerely
R Vaughan Williams

1. Stanley Bate. VW had taught Bate at the Royal College of Music and recommended him as a pupil to Boulanger. See VWL4257 and VWL4258.

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Shelfmark of original letter: 
NLA-114 (208)
General notes: 

Year from reference to forthcoming visit of Boulanger to England, which took place in November 1936. See VWL4260, VWL4261.
In an unknown hand, signed by VW.