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The Corresponence of James McNeil Whistler
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System Number: 05867
Date: 22 October [1877][1]
Author: JW
Place: London
Recipient: Stephen Tucker[2]
Place: [London?]
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler T212
Document Type: ALS


ARTS CLUB.[3]
HANOVER SQUARE.
W.

96. Cheyne Walk - Chelsea

Monday Evening Oct 22 -
'1877'[4]

[butterfly signature]

Dear Rouge Croix[5] -

Send me a telegram the first thing tomorrow morning and say that you will dine with me at 8 o'clock tomorrow evening - Do this mon cher and you will be kind to

Yours Ever

J A McN. Whistler

Where have you been all this time?


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Notes:

1.  22 October [1877]
22 October was a Monday in 1877, which confirms the date added in an unknown hand.

2.  Stephen Tucker
Stephen Isaacson Tucker (1835-1887), collector, genealogist and Queen's Herald [more].

3.  ARTS CLUB.
The Arts Club address is embossed on page.

4.  '1877'
The year date was added in an unknown hand.

5.  Rouge Croix
This may be Tucker's name in a secret society. JW had friends in a Jacobite society, and, later, in the Rosicrucians, although it is not known if he was himself a member.