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Record 54 of 69
System Number: 04667
Date: [10 September 1896]
Recipient: Rosalind Birnie Philip
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler P307
Document Type: ALS
'Sept 10. 96.'
My dear Major -
I think I shall get off on Saturday morning - probably taking the boat to Boulogne and going to a little place called Étaples, close by - Then I may stay, or come along the coast to Calais and little villages in the neighbourhood -
Possibly may send a wire telling you to [p. 2] pack me off Constant - In that case he is to bring me a little package of the panels I have in the studio - or there may be some in the closet in the hall - you know, by the dining room -
You know what I mean - the usual grey panels, of about the medium size - he had better have one or two sizes - I can cut them down - perhaps about a dozen or so in all -
Where is my straw hat? - You might wire tomorrow morning - just one word to say studio - or hat box? - Telegraph
Whistler. Sunlocks. London.
that is Heinemann's business address -
Miss Kinsella might be written to not to come back until she hears from me -
You can write one more letter to me tomorrow - (address the letter. Care of Mr. Heinemann 4. Whitehall Court - London -) telling me of any thing pressing you require - money.
Tell Bunnie that I am going to [p. 3] write to her thanking her for the photographs & things -
Love to you all - How are you? - I hope your Mama is quite French by this time! -
J McN. Whistler
Upon reflection I enclose cheque, which you can fill in -
The "credit Lyonnais" is right, isn't it? -
If any mistake, keep the cheque, explain in your letter, & I will send another -
[registered letter:] Registered
'Sept 10 1896'à
aux soins de
Monsieur Whistler -
110. Rue du Bac
[stamp:] POSTAGE 4½d
[postmark:] TOTTENHAM / A / SP 10 / 96
[postmark:] REGISTERED / W. D. O. / 3 PM / 10 SP 96
[postmark on verso:] PARIS DISTRIBUTION / [10?] 11 / SEPT /  6
1. 10 September 1896
Dated from the postmark.
The stationery has a deep mourning border.
4. 'Sept 10. 96.'
The date was added later in pencil by R. B. Philip.
6. grey panels
JW had thin mahoganny panels ready primed and prepared with a thin light grey background. They were used for his small oil paintings.