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System Number: 08497
Date: [4 June 1898][1]
Author: JW
Place: Paris
Recipient: William Heinemann[2]
Place: Paris
Repository: Library of Congress
Call Number: Manuscript Division, Pennell-Whistler Collection, PWC
Document Type: AWS


'[June 5, 1898]'

110. Rue du Bac -

Sat. night

No - I cannot lunch or déjeuner with you my dear Heinemann - for Maxse[3] (the Admiral) has made an appointment with me at 2 - And as you are going to the races I dont see how I shall come upon you at all - for I am too tired out to dine at [Armon moite?]

I will tell you what! - you had better say to Nicholson[4] that you have some business matters to talk over with me, and be here at quarter to 12 - Breakfast with me and join him after for the races - Shall expect you if don't hear to the contrary

[butterfly signature][5].


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Envelope:

Monsieur Heinemann -
Hotel Chatham
Rue Daunon
PARIS
[stamp:] 50 TELEGRAPHE
[postmark:] PARIS 80 / 5 JUIN 98


Notes:

1.  [4 June 1898]
Dated from the postmark and almanac: Saturday was 4 June in 1898. The date '[June 5, 1898]' is written in another hand.

2.  William Heinemann
William Heinemann (1863-1920), publisher [more].

3.  ALS
Written on a carte pneumatique fermée.

4.  Maxse
Admiral Friedrich ('Frederick') Augustus Maxse (1833-1900), political writer [more]. Maxse was proprietor of the Prince's Rink Skating Club, Knightsbridge, where the newly formed International Society of Sculptors, Painters and Gravers held its first exhibition in May (Exhibition of International Art, International Society of Sculptors, Painters and Gravers, London, 1898).

5.  Nicholson
Possibly Sir William Newzam Prior Nicholson (1872-1949), painter, poster designer [more].

6.  [butterfly signature]
'to the contrary [butterfly signature]' is written in the left-hand margin at right angles to the main text.