Documents associated with: transport, ship
Record 12 of 13
System Number: 13512
Date: [20 September 1898]
Recipient: Helen Euphrosyne Whistler
Repository: Freer Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Call Number: FGA Whistler 255
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
4, WHITEHALL COURT,
My dear Nellie -
I did not know how you could be getting on, as I heard nothing from you!
So that I was glad this morning to have your account of Willie - and generally the state of things! -
So that[s] all right -
I am not though - quite yet - [p. 2] The doctor is going to send me away I believe by the end of the week - but I shall get round to see you before then -
A Mr Whistler, with his wife - spoke much of me - etc etc -
[p. 3] My love to Willie - & tell him to get on all right -
Excellent about the journey - and the letting of flat -
J McN W
Mrs William Whistler
6B Bickenhall Mansions
[stamp:] POSTAGE AND INLAND REVENUE / ONE PENNY
[postmark:] LO[NDON. W] / 12 45 PM / SP 20 /98 / S.W
[monogram on flap:] WH[postmark on verso:] LONDON. W / [62?] / SP 20 / 98
1. [20 September 1898]
Dated from the postmark.
6. Walter Heinemann
Walter D. Heinemann (ca 1862-d. 1901), cousin of William Heinemann [more]. The letter is written on Heinemann's stationery, which has a mourning border. For a reference to the ship, see JW's earlier letter to H. E. Whistler, [17 December 1898], #13511.