Letter from Ralph Vaughan Williams to the Secretary of the Society for the Protection of Science and Learning

Letter No.: 
Aug 6 [1946]

The White Gates

Dear Miss Ursell
I take the liberty of writing to you about my great friend and ex-pupil Mrs Glatz (née Helen Hunter).1 She is a remarkable & brave woman & a very fine musician and for her own safety (as well as her husband's) well worth helping.
I believe she has already written to you about her husband who is a Hungarian professor in Buda-Pesth. She is now in England with her little boy (having been in Hungary all through the war) - Now she is most anxious to see if she can get her husband to England. I had perhaps better not go into details - but it appears to me most urgent - If there is any way I can help would you let me know?
Her address is 
Mrs Helen GLATZ
Holme Lea
Withams Lane
Weaverham near Northwick2

please forgive my troubling you
Yours sincerely
R Vaughan Williams

1. See also VWL1854, VWL3851, and other letters. Ilse Ursell replied assuring VW of her help but not sure if there will be any success (Oct 1st).
2. i.e. Northwich


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Shelfmark of original letter: 
MS. S.P.S.L. 491/2, ff. 310-311