The Corresponence of James McNeil Whistler

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Documents associated with: 1st Annual (International) Exhibition, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, 1896-1897
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System Number: 09931
Date: [20 March 1895][1]
Author: JW
Place: [Paris]
Recipient: Jonathan Sturges[2]
Place: [Paris]
Repository: Princeton University Library, Princeton, NJ
Call Number: Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Gen MSS [Misc.], CO 140, Box WH, Whistler Folder
Credit Line: Published with permission of Princeton University Library
Document Type: ALS

Jonathan -

Come up to the Studio if you like this afternoon at 6. & I will show you the Sarasate[3] - which must go away directly -

You will come with me to dine - n'est ce pas? -

[butterfly signature]

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1.  [20 March 1895]
This letter has been dated from an envelope in the same collection; it is not, however, certain that it belongs to the letter.

2.  Jonathan Sturges
Jonathan Sturges (1864-1911), author and translator [more].

3.  the Sarasate
Arrangement in Black: Portrait of Señor Pablo de Sarasate (YMSM 315). It was to be offered for sale at the Grafton Gallery, and later sent to America, where it was shown at 1st Annual (International) Exhibition, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, 1896-1897, and sold to the Carnegie Institute.