Documents associated with: Dieterlen, G.
Record 4 of 47
System Number: 01986
Date: [23/30 November 1889]
Recipient: Charles James Whistler Hanson
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler H87
Document Type: ALS
Mr Hanson -
I received your note this morning - all right - only the Pall Malls I told you of last time never came -
[tick] 2. Tell Sickert that I am quite willing that you should sign the list he wishes - so he had better give you one, as of course I have lost the one they sent - You would properly sign C Hanson pro. J McN Whistler -
[tick] 3. Write to Mr Anderson Rose, in reply to enclosed, the usual letter to lawyers - a propos of my absence -
[tick] 4. Go to Goupils, and say to Mr Thomson that in due course you have opened and answered the letter from Mr Rose, and ask what it is all about, and why they take this sort of step - Say that I am absent - etc. etc.
5. Write by tomorrows post and tell me when is the day that ends [p. 2] our lease in the Tower House - I mean of course, what is the actual day we must go out? You had better rush off to the lawyer directly you read this and ask -
J McN. Whistler
'J. A McN. Whistler'
1. [23/30 November 1889]
Dated by reference to sale (see below).
3. Pall Malls
Probably the Pall Mall Gazette.
The ticks on the page are added in pencil.
The sale of a watercolour at this price (Green and White - Dieppe (M.1038), which had been in 'Notes' - 'Harmonies' - 'Nocturnes', H. Wunderlich and Co., New York, 1889), was noted in a letter from G. Dieterlen of Wunderlich and Co., New York, 1 November 1889, #07187.
Art dealers in London.
13. 'J. A McN. Whistler'
Written in another hand, in pencil.