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The Corresponence of James McNeil Whistler
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System Number: 04207
Date: [11?] November 1888[1]
Author: Adolf Paulus[2]
Place: Munich
Recipient: JW
Place: [London]
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler M477
Document Type: ALS


DAS CENTRAL-COMITÉ
FÜR DIE
III. INTERNATIONALE
UND
JUBILÄUMS-KUNSTAUSSTELLUNG
ZU
MÜNCHEN 1888.

MÜNCHEN,
LUITPOLDSTRASSE 3.

DEN [11?]. Nov. 1888

Dear Mr. Whistler,

I have received your note of 6th: inst. and I am happy that I can tell you that your works will leave Munich tomorrow carefully packed for Dicksee[3] London. I watch packing today and take care that they leave Munich tomorrow.

Always with greatest pleasure at your command I remain, dear Mr Whistler,
Yours very sincerely

Adolf Paulus.


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Notes:

1.  [11?] November 1888
The date of the letter is unclear and could also read the 6 November.

2.  Adolf Paulus
Adolf Paulus (b. 1851), business manager of the Kϋnstlergenossenschaft and instigator of the Munich Secession in 1893 [more]. This is a reply to JW's letter of 6 November (#03504).

3.  Dicksee
James Dicksee, goods packer and carrier. The works had been at 3rd Internationale Kunst-Austellung, Munich, 1888.