Documents associated with: pupil of JW
Record 8 of 9
System Number: 06627
Date: [24 October 1895]
Author: Beatrix Whistler
Place: Lyme Regis
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler W621
Document Type: ALS
'Oct. 24. 1895 -'
TELEGRAMS, DELICIOUS, LONDON.
My dear love -
I have only a moment to say how do you do for I have been asleep - What a fire brand you are - so you have stirred up old Kennedy.
How shall I face him?
[p. 2] I enclose another recollection I cant draw it badly enough!
God bless you
let me know what you think[.] why not come and see it
[outline of flower]
[p. 3, two drawings of a boy]
[p. 4, drawing of a woman, seen from behind, with line pointing to centre of her back and the words] old gold yellow. you know the colour[,] dreadful
'Oct, 24th 1895.''J. McNeill Whistler Esq.
The Royal Lion Hotel
[stamp:] POSTAGE AND INLAND REVENUE / ONE PENNY
[postmark:] LONDON [S. W.?] / X / OC 24 / 9[5?]
Of the decoration of Streatham Town Hall by Walter Greaves (1846-1930), boatman and painter [more]; and Henry Greaves (1843-1904), boat builder and painter [more]. Streatham Town hall was built in 1887 and demolished in 1988 (see #06628, #06629, #08379).