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System Number: 11305
Date: 28 November 1890
Author: JW
Place: London
Recipient: Gérard Harry[1]
Place: [Brussels]
Repository: Library of Congress
Call Number: Manuscript Division, Pennell-Whistler Collection, PWC 9/714
Document Type: TLc


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My dear Mr. Harry -

Do you think I might trouble you about those pictures of mine that were exhibited in Brussels[2]? - If so will you kindly make enquiries and write me a line telling me how it is that I have not received them?

The Exposition closed I understood long ago, and as yet I have heard nothing about my work - What has happened? - I am really anxious - and as you were so kind in the past, I venture to come to you for assistance in this matter -

With our kindest regards to yourself and Mrs Harry[3]
Always sincerely yours

J. McN. WHISTLER.

21, Cheyne Walk, Chelsea,
London,

Nov. 28. 1890.


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Notes:

1.  Gerard Harry
Gérard Harry (fl. 1877-1890), journalist for L'Indépendance Belge [more].

2.  Brussels
Exposition Générale des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, 1890.

3.  Mrs Harry
Mme Harry, wife of the journalist Gérard Harry.