System Number: 06265
Date: 6 November 1901
Author: William Webb
Recipient: Rosalind Birnie Philip
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler W259
Document Type: ALS
39 New Bond St
London E. C.
6 Novr 1901
My dear Miss Philip
I am writing this, not from the office, because I wish to catch this post.
I think, as you find Mr Kelly's hours of business interviews are only in the morning, and this is a case in which [p. 2] sudden interviews at any time of the business day may be necessary, it would be well to ask Mr Kelly if you may see Mr Boddington on it when need arises. If Mr Kelly should feel as he probably might that our [friend?] should attend to it altogether he might prefer that Mr Boddington should take it up entirely, having of course [p. 3] the advantage of consultation with Mr Kelly on any important point. I do not see any objection to this - Probably Jeanne would tell more to Mr Boddington than to you, he having the advantage of the knowledge of what transpired at yr interview with her.
110 Rue du Bac
Jeanne, possibly a servant of JW in Paris.