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The Corresponence of James McNeil Whistler
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System Number: 13052
Date: 29 June 1888
Author: JW
Place: [London]
Recipient: Wunderlich and Co.[1]
Place: [New York]
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler NB 1/82/2
Document Type: MsD[2]


[Hermann Wunderlich & Co in a/c] with J. McNeill Whistler 82[3]
1888        
June 29 - Milman's Row (Large)[4] 10 10  
  Cock & Pump 12 12  
  - Exeter Street 10 10  
  - Woods Fruit Shop   8  8  
  - Merton Villa 10 10  
  - Passage de l'Opera 12 12  
  - Exchange No. 2. 10 10  
  - Archway (Brussels) 12 12  
  - Nut Shop (Houndsditch) 12 12  
  - York Street (Westminster 1st state.[)] 12 12  
  - Gold House   8  8  
  - Mellon [sic] Shop 10 10.  
  - Rochester Row. 10 10  
  Windsor Castle (etching)   6  6  
  - After Sale (Houndsditch[)]   8  8  
  - Bird Shop   8  8  
  - St Martin's Lane (Rag[)]   8  8  
  - Steps Gray's Inn   6  6  
  - Quai de Montebello 12 12  
  - Butter Street - Brussels 12 12  
  Windsor Castle (dry point[)] 10 10  
  - Steps Milman's Row [illegible]   5  5  
  Charing Cross Bridge   6  6   
    227 17   
  20% discount  45 11
  £4 /- /- for Lithographs[5] minus discount. and minus error of 11 31. £1- 3- 1.      
  Received cheque £184- 12- 1 182  5  8

 


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Notes:

1.  Wunderlich and Co.
Print dealers; Hermann Wunderlich (ca 1839 - d.1892), print dealer [more], sent a cheque for the etchings the following day (see H. Wunderlich to JW, #07163).

2.  MsD
Written in the hand of Charles James Whistler Hanson (1870-1935), engineer, son of JW and Louisa Fanny Hanson [more].

3.  82
Printed in the upper right corner of this ledger book page.

4.  Milman's Row (Large)
The etcings listed are as follows: Rag-Shop, Milman's Row (K.272); The Cock and the Pump (K.304); Exeter Street (K.280); Woods's Fruit-Shop (K.265); Merton Villa, Chelsea (K.277); Passages de l'Opéra (K.418); Clothes-Exchange, No.2 (K.288); Archway, Brussels (K.366); Nut-Shop, St.James's Place (K.291); York Street, Westminster (K.270); Gold-House, Brussels (K.360); Melon-Shop, Hounsditch (K.293); Rochester Row (K.269); Windsor (Memorial) (K.329) or Windsor, No.2 (K.330); After the Sale, Hounsditch (K.294); Bird-Cages, Chelsea (K.276) or Bird-Cages, Drury Lane (K.281); Rag-Shop, St.Martin's Lane (K.282); Steps, Gray's Inn (K.295); Quai de Montebello (K.417); Butter Street, Brussels (K.364); Windsor (Memorial) (K.329) or Windsor, No.2 (K.330); possibly Steps, Gray's Inn (K.295); and Charing Cross Railway Bridge (K.310).

5.  Lithographs
Unidentified.