Documents associated with: Fair Women, Grafton Galleries, London, 1894
Record 4 of 19
System Number: 08472
Date: [15 January 1894]
Author: Beatrix Whistler
Recipient: William Heinemann
Repository: Library of Congress
Call Number: Pennell-Whistler Collection, PWC
Document Type: ALS
'Jan. 15 94'
110 Rue du Bac.
Dear Mr Heinemann -
I live in one continual fright of your type written letters, and have been in bed ever since the first one! You represent to me all the sins of procrastination [p. 2] and ambition, and their responsibility, and everything that is terrible!
Don't you think you might help me out of all this, and please [2 illegible words] [Eden?] at the same time by giving it to Ricketts and Shannon I am sure from that letter he wants them to do it.
Jimmie, it is impossible [p. 3] to get anywhere near now - he is hard at work, but he is very interested in your journey to Spain
Have you been?
We all wish you a happy New Year. Jimmie says you must go to the Grafton Gallery and see his pictures,
With kind regards
1. [15 January 1894]
Dated in an unknown hand on p. 1.
5. Grafton Gallery
Fair Women, Grafton Galleries, London, 1894.