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System Number: 06615
Date: [August/December 1892][1]
Author: Beatrix Whistler[2]
Place: Paris
Recipient: Geneviève Mallarmé[3]
Place: [Paris]
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler W609
Document Type: ALS[4]


Hotel Bon Lafontaine
Rue de Grenelle.

My dear Mademoiselle Mallarmé

How very kind of you to send me the pretty ribbons! They are charming - I hope that you will - when we are in [p. 2] the Rue du Bac - come, and have tea with me - and let us show you how smart it all looks now - with the new paint,

With kindest regards from my sister[5] and myself to you and your mama[6]

Believe me
Very Sincerely

Beatrix Whistler


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Envelope:

To
Mademoiselle Mallarmé


Notes:

1.  [August/December 1892]
Dated by Paris address. The Whistlers' new home at 110 rue du Bac was being renovated. The envelope has no postmark and was apparently sent by hand.

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

3.  ALS
Published in Barbier, Carl P., ed., Correspondance Mallarmé-Whistler: Histoire de la grande amitié de leurs dernières années, Paris, 1964 [GM, A.28], No. CXII, p. 194.

4.  Geneviève Mallarmé
Stephanie Françoise Geneviève Mallarmé (1864-1919), later Mme Bonniot [more].

5.  sister
Ethel Whibley (1861-1920), née Philip, JW's sister-in-law [more].

6.  mama
Marie Mallarmé (b. 1835), née Gerhard, wife of Stéphane Mallarmé [more].