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System Number: 02484
Date: 2 September 1887
Author: David Law[1]
Place: London
Recipient: A. J. Le Patourel[2]
Place: London
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler L21
Document Type: ALS


[postcard:]

Septr 2nd / 87

Dr Le Patourel

I intend being present at meeting on Monday[3]

Yours -

David Law

R. B. A

9 Regents Park Terrace


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Envelope:

[Printed postcard headings]

A. J. Le Patourel Esqr -
Royal Society of British Artists
Suffolk St
Pall Mall East
S. W.

[pre-printed stamp:] HALF PENNY
[postmark:] LONDON - N. W. / 11 / SP 2 / 87


Notes:

1.  David Law
David Law (1831-1901), RBA treasurer, painter and etcher [more].

2.  A. J. Le Patourel
A. F. or A. J. Le Patourel, painter, acting secretary of the SBA [more].

3.  meeting on Monday
During her Jubilee Year, JW sent a Memorial to the Queen requesting that the Society of British Artists be called 'Imperial'. This was then amended to read 'Royal'. The SBA received a Royal Charter, thus becoming the Royal Society of British Artists (RBA) (G. Lushington to JW, 9 August 1887, #13418). The Memorial was shown to the RBA on 5 September 1887 (#01841, #01842).