UNIVERSITY of GLASGOW

The Corresponence of James McNeil Whistler
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System Number: 01096
Date: 18 November 1901
Author: William Richman Farquhar[1]
Place: Arborfield Grange
Recipient: JW
Place: [London]
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler F27
Document Type: ALS


TELEGRAMS,
ARBORFIELD-CROSS.
PARCELS, READING.

ARBORFIELD GRANGE,
BERKS.

Nov. 18th 1901

Dear Mr Whistler,

I have been looking for you in your old haunts in London, but have had no luck. I hope this may find you sooner or later, as I'm afraid the several letters we have written to you during the last year have either gone adrift somehow or else [p. 2] the stamps must have blown off the envelopes & the post office authorities have'nt seen fit to deliver them. We shall be at the York Hotel Albemarle St. on Thursday or Friday next & we hope "The McNeill" will lunch with us on Saturday at the Carlton for "Auld lang syne".

[p. 3] I have heard that you have'nt been very well this year but hope you are all right again now.

very sincerely yours

W. R. Farquhar


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Notes:

1.  William Richman Farquhar
William Richman Farquhar (m. 1897), husband of Marion Farquhar [more].