Documents associated with: nationality, US
Record 25 of 26
System Number: 13500
Date: [25 May 1896?]
Recipient: William McNeill Whistler
Repository: Freer Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Call Number: FGA Whistler 169
Credit Line: Charles Lang Freer Papers, Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.: Gift of the Estate of Charles Lang Freer
Document Type: ALS
My dear Willie -
I must send you the book - You can keep it for a day or two - and then send it back -
I wish you would make any extract you think worth while - for you will be better able to look into the thing than [p. 2] I have been - I was only pleased to see that in some way our connection with the Country was after all Virginian - and, as I told Sis, Lowell has to take a back seat after all!
Look it up a bit - and let us know - And do get out of this cold country!
Isn't it awful! -
I am glad though you are so much better - and feeling so strong again - I also am I fancy not doing so badly in spite of this horrid place!
[I] should like immensely to hear a[bo]ut the 14th century Whistlers!
William McNeill Whistler. Esq. M D.
17. Wimpole Street
Cavendish Square -
[stamp:] POSTAGE AND INLAND REVENUE / ONE PENNY
[postmark:] HAMP[STEAD] / [illegible]
[postmark on verso:] L[ONDON] / [5?] / [MY?] / 96
JW was born in Lowell, MA.
6. 14th century Whistlers
William Whistler seems to have been interested in the family tree, including the family's Irish connections.