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System Number: 01212
Date: 2 April 1889
Author: A. Homeyer Dunn[1]
Place: [London]
Recipient: JW
Place: [Paris]
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler F144
Document Type: MsDS[2]

Received from J. McNeill Whistler for the Fine Art Society.

April 2. 1889

     The Palaces[3]        -      5 proofs [tick]
     The Beggars        -      2   "    [tick]
     The Two Doorways   -      4   "    [tick]
     Piazetta           -      2   "    [tick]
     Riva No. 1         -      56[4]  "    [tick]
     Little Mast        -      2   "    [tick]
     The Mast           -      3   "    [tick]
     Little Venice      -      1   "    [tick]
     The Doo[r]way      -     12   "    [tick]
     Battersea Bridge[5]   -      1   "    [tick]
     Traghetto          -      5       [tick]
                              43 ..

A. H. Dunn

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1.  A. Homeyer Dunn
A. Homeyer Dunn, employee of the Fine Art Society.

2.  MsDS
Written by Charles James Whistler Hanson (1870-1935), engineer, son of JW and Louisa Fanny Hanson [more], and signed by Dunn.

3.  The Palaces
These etchings, The Palaces (K.187), The Beggars (K.194), The Two Doorways (K.193), The Piazzetta (K.189), The Riva, No.1 (K.192), The Little Mast (K.185), The Mast (K.195), Little Venice (K.183), The Doorway (K.188) and The Traghetto, No.2 (K.191), were for Mr Whistler's Etchings of Venice, 1880 (the first 'Venice Set') (K. 183-189, 191-195). (excat 5); Ernest Brown had written on 1 April 1889 begging for more etchings to complete sets (#01211). He paid JW on 4 April (#01213).

4.  6
Corrected in pencil.

5.  Battersea Bridge
Old Battersea Bridge (K.177). This is the only etching listed that was not done in Venice. However it had also been published by the FAS.