Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to Imogen Holst

Letter No.: 
VWL4491
Oct 6 [1940s?]

The White Gates
Dorking

Dearest Imogen
Thankyou so much - I hate giving you all this trouble. - Can you throw any light on the enclosed?1
All love
Uncle Ralph

P.S. Of course I know that it was Gustav who made Evans do it with the Camargo2


1. The enclosure is not present.
2. The Camargo Society had performed VW's Job in July 1931, with encouragement from Holst; see VWL880, VWL881, VWL883, VWL886 and VWL1154. Edwin Evans, the music critic, had founded the Camargo Society.

Location of original letter:

Shelfmark of original letter: 
HOL/2/8/2/237
General notes: 

Year estimated; clearly after Gustav Holst's death in 1934, and before VW moved from The White Gates in 1953.

Format: 
Letter