Documents associated with: Butterworth, Benjamin
Record 2 of 3
System Number: 05142
Date: 21 November 1892
Author: Alexander Reid
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler R41
Document Type: ALS
LA SOCIÉTÉ DES BEAUX-ARTS.
GLASGOW: 227 WEST GEORGE STREET
PARIS: 6 PLACE D'ANVERS.
21st Nov 1892.
Dear Mr Whistler.
I left Paris last Monday morning but being in London a week got your wire & Mrs Whistlers letters only this morning. I shall of course do everything in my power to make the "Whistler Exhibit" a success. & shall await hearing from the Secretary.
I am impatient about the "Fur Jacket" & trust you have instructed the Munich people to send it me direct as soon as the Exhibition is closed.
They are to be in Paris in a few days & wanted your address, which I was able to give him.
With kind regards to Mrs Whistler et sa soeur.
Tell Mrs Whistler I wandered up & down Great Portland St in a drizzling rain searching in vain for the maker of those curtains, "but no such animal the meadows cropped."
Of World's Columbian Exposition, Department of Fine Arts, Chicago, 1893; possibly Benjamin Butterworth (1837-1898), politician, secretary to the World's Congress Auxiliary of the World's Columbian Exposition [more].
Alexander J. Taylor (b. ca 1848), upholsterer [more], whose business, Alexander Taylor and Sons is listed in the London Post Office Directory of 1893, at 167 Great Portland Street, London, W. See #03235 and #11640.