Documents associated with: Académie Carmen
Record 11 of 69
4, WHITEHALL COURT,
Here you are Bunnie!
Do see if the New York Herald has done it as carefully - I was rather in a hurry with them - and had scarcely
more than time to look it over - Perhaps it may not come out until tomorrow -
[p. 2] It is in the Morning Post too and every where - and of course most respectueux! in the placing of it -
It will be a great boom for Carmen! which you might explain to her!
Write us a line and tell us how you like it
and the blank of Burlington House! -
J McN W
7. Rue Garanciere
Place St Sulpice
[stamp:] POSTAGE & REVENUE / 4d
[postmark:] DOVER TO [illegible] / OC 3 / 98
[postmark on verso:] PARIS [illegible] / DIST[RIBUTION] / 8E 3 / OC[T] / 
1. [3 October 1898]
Dated from the postmark.
Written on mourning stationery.
5. New York Herald
JW was probably referring to his letter concerning the Académie Carmen (see note below), first published in the Pall Mall Gazette (Whistler, James McNeill, 'A New Academy,' The Pall Mall Gazette, no. 10,458, vol. 67, 3 October 1898, p. 4). See also the same letter in the Morning Post 3 October 1898, p. 3; and Daily Chronicle, 3 October 1898 (#07664).
7. Burlington House
The Royal Academy.