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System Number: 02347
Date: 29 April [1899][1]
Author: Horace W. Page[2]
Place: London
Recipient: JW
Place: [Paris]
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler I87
Document Type: ALS[3]


THE EXHIBITION OF / INTERNATIONAL ART,
KNIGHTSBRIDGE,
LONDON, S. W.

TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS
"SNOWBIRD" LONDON.

April 29th

Dear Sir.

Your letter to hand this morning[.] I have noted addresses & names to whom you wish tickets sent also number to each addressee,

Yours Faithfully

Horace. W. Page

Acting Secretary

J. Whistler Esqre

[p. 2] 'April 1st 1899.
May 1st 1899.
My dear MMay 1st 1899.'

'To
Mr. Page
Actg Secretary
International Art Exhibition
Knightsbridge -

Mrs. Flower[4].
40. Brompton Square.
two ti[c]kets

Messrs Drummond[5].
49. Charing Cross.
Six tickets'


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Notes:

1.  29 April [1899]
Dated from the notes on p. 2. This letter relates to preparations for the 2nd Exhibition, Pictures, Drawings, Prints and Sculptures, International Society of Sculptors, Painters and Gravers, London, 1899. The Private View took place on 9 May.

2.  Horace W. Page
Horace W. Page, secretary for the ISSPG [more].

3.  ALS
The lines 'April 1st 1899 ... May 1st 1899' are in another hand. 'To Mr. Page ... Six tickets' is written in JW's hand.

4.  Mrs. Flower
Elizabeth H. Flower (b. ca 1843), artist [more].

5.  Messrs Drummond
George James Drummond (1835-1917), banker [more].