Documents associated with: Lawless, Frederick
Record 8 of 8
System Number: 08150
Date: [May 1889]
Recipient: Julian Story
Repository: Library of Congress
Call Number: Manuscript Division, Pennell-Whistler Collection, PWC 2/60/1
Document Type: AL
You are too bad! -
Why not have run over for this once! - "It shall not occur again" I could have promised you - and I was awfully grieved that none of you were by me on such an occasion! -
I heard all about the monstrous conduct of those crass idiots on the Jury to your Father, and I had the pleasure of being the first one to dilate upon the matter to an American Journalist who was to cable it all over at once! -
Tower House - Tite Street
Chelsea - London.
A dinner held in honour of JW at the Criterion in London, on 1 May 1889.
The Sculpture Jury of the American Fine Art section of the Universal Exhibition, Paris, 1889.
William Wetmore Story (1819-1895), sculptor and writer [more]. For more details on the decision of what sculpture to let into the exhibition, see J. Story to JW, [11/12 May 1889?], #05603 and W. H. Hurlbert to JW, 12 May 1889, #02236.