Documents associated with: Exposition Générale des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, 1890
Record 4 of 14
System Number: 11300
Date: [May 1890?]
Recipient: Gérard Harry
Repository: Library of Congress
Call Number: Manuscript Division, Pennell-Whistler Collection, PWC 9/709
Document Type: TLc
21, CHEYNE WALK,
Most charming of you to have taken this trouble for me dear Mr. Harry! - and I should still really like to know the real truth -
Meanwhile I have no doubt that you are quite right about the - Broadway person! - You know the story? All London turned its back upon him - - - and yet he had to fly! - You do not mean to say that he is received in Bruxelles?
Do not let me miss anything in the Indépendance - The last is delightful. When do you begin your "Salon"? -
1. [May 1890?]
Dated from address, probable reference to Ford (see below), and Salon.
3. Broadway person
Possibly Sheridan Ford (1860-1922), poet, critic, politician and writer on art [more]. He had attempted to publish Whistler, James McNeill, The Gentle Art of Making Enemies, ed. Sheridan Ford, Paris, 1890 in Belgium.