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System Number: 10883
Date: [20 April 1895][1]
Author: JW
Place: Paris
Recipient: Henrietta T. Reubell[2]
Place: [Paris]
Repository: Library of Congress
Call Number: Manuscript Division, Pennell-Whistler Collection, PWC 14/1257/1
Document Type: TWc


110 Rue du Bac -

Saturday.

My dear Miss Reubell -

Trixie[3] is not very well this afternoon and is lying down - She bids me write and tell you that the breakfast for to-morrow has sadly come to grief! Mr Clark[4] cannot come, and it is very uncertain about Dr Herbert[5] - Therefore we want you to come next Sunday (the 28th) instead.

Do manage this, and we will get together a party worthy for the occasion.

I called the other afternoon - but you were out - There are now such a lot of things to talk about! we must see you soon! -

With kindest regards from both,
Always sincerely

J. McN. Whistler


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Notes:

1.  [20 April 1895]
Dated from the postmark recorded by the copyist, who also noted that this was a 'bleu' (Paris telegram).

2.  Henrietta T. Reubell
Henrietta T. Reubell (ca 1839-after 1904), wealthy American hostess [more].

3.  Trixie
Beatrix Whistler (1857-1896), née Beatrice Philip, artist [more].

4.  Mr Clark
Thomas Shields Clark (1860-1920), sculptor, writer and Secretary of the American Art Association [more].

5.  Dr Herbert
Dr Herbert, a physician working in Paris; see JW's letter to Mrs Peck, [17 April 1895], #10710.