Documents associated with: The Artists' and Amateurs' Conversazione, Willis's Rooms, London, 26 March 1863
Record 2 of 3
System Number: 08987
Date: [24 March 1863]
Recipient: James Anderson Rose
Repository: Library of Congress
Call Number: Manuscript Division, Pennell-Whistler Collection, PWC 2/46/3
Document Type: ALS
7a Queens Road Chelsea
Wednesday Tuesday night
Dear Rose -
I wrote to you to Southampton three names for tickets and I have since wished that William Rosetti, and Stevens of the Athenaeum, might have one if possible - I shall bring my proofs tomorrow to Salisbury St at five o'clock to show you, and if you will do me the pleasure of dining with me, we can talk all these matters over and understand clearly all about this exhibition to which I attach by this time so much importance - I shall [p. 2] bring with me a full list of the 15. etchings & Dry Points -
Ever Yours -
'3' is written in another hand at the top of p. 1.
7. Salisbury St
J. A. Rose's office at 11 Salisbury Street, Strand.
Probably an exhibition at the Arundel, a literary, scientific and artistic gentlemen's club of which Rose was a member. It held exhibitions of prints from time to time. It was located at 12 Salisbury Street, The Strand, next door to J. A. Rose's office at No. 11.
11. A demain -
Fr., until tomorrow.