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Documents associated with: Universal Exhibition, Paris, 1900
Record 34 of 41

System Number: 04423
Date: 13 September 1901
Author: Benjamin D. Woodward[1]
Place: New York
Recipient: JW
Place: Paris
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler P63
Document Type: TLS


New York,

September 13th, 1901.

Mr. James Whistler,
Hotel Chatham,
Paris, France

Dear Sir:-

I have the honor to announce to you that the medal awarded to you at the late Paris Exposition[2] has been this day transmitted to the Embassy of the United States, 18 Avenue Kleber, Paris, France. This medal is addressed to your name and remains at the Embassy subject to your call.

Respectfully yours,

B D Woodward.

EX-ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER-GENERAL TO THE PARIS EXPOSITION.

Address: University Club,
New York City.

[p. 2][3] GRAND PRIX[4]
'26313'
CLASSE 7[5]
LE DIPLÔME SERA ENVOYÉ ULTÉRIEUREMENT ET GRATUITEMENT.
Etats Unis


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Notes:

1.  B. D. Woodward
Benjamin Duryea Woodward (b. 1868), Assistant Commissioner to the Paris Universal Exposition [more].

2.  Paris Exposition
Universal Exhibition, Paris, 1900.

3.  [p. 2]
This small receipt is attached to the front of p. 1 with a paper clip.

4.  GRAND PRIX
Stamped in blue ink.

5.  7
This is written in blue crayon, as is 'Etats Unis' below.