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System Number: 08724
Date: 7 July 1876
Author: Virginia Vaughan[1]
Place: [London]
Recipient: James Anderson Rose[2]
Place: London
Repository: Library of Congress
Call Number: Rare Books and Manuscripts Division
Document Type: ALS


1876
Miss Vaughan
'50'[3]
Introduced by
Whistler

[p. 2] '51 1'[4]

FROM J. ANDERSON ROSE[5],
11, SALISBURY STREET, STRAND
LONDON W. C.

7 July 1876

'Received'[6]

Dear Mr Anderson

I must see you for a moment.

Will wait till you can spare it. Mr Whistler sent word to me that you had saved him & enabled him to be a painter; & that you must take me in the same way - for I have divine things to do in my art -

[p. 3] '52 2'[7]

James Anderson Rose Esq[8]
11, Salisbury Street
Strand -

I introduce Miss Vaughan from South Carolina -

J A McN. Whistler


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Notes:

1.  Virginia Vaughan
Virginia Vaughan (d. 1913), translator of George Sand [more].

2.  James Anderson Rose
James Anderson Rose (1819-1890), solicitor [more].

3.  '50'
Written in another hand in towards top of sheet.

4.  '51 1'
Written in another hand in top left-hand corner of sheet.

5.  FROM J. ANDERSON ROSE
Written on J. A. Rose's headed notepaper. It is possible that JW and Virginia Vaughan wrote this letter to Rose at his office in his absence and left it to be delivered to him.

6.  'Received'
Written in another hand below the letter date.

7.  '52 2'
Written in another hand in top left-hand corner of sheet.

8.  James Anderson Rose Esq ... Whistler
Written in JW's hand.