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Document associated with: Leclercq, Carlotta
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System Number: 00934
Date: 14 December 1886
Author: Helen Lenoir[1]
Place: London
Recipient: JW
Place: [London]
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler D140
Document Type: ALS


SAVOY THEATRE, LONDON, W. C.

Dec 14 1886

ADDRESS TELEGRAMS / "SAVOYARD, LONDON".

Dear Mr Whistler,

I enclose the extract from [co?] Carlotta's[2] letter - please send me the letter required and I will arrange the matter -

Your secretary[3] who called today did not seem to know whether you had made an appointment with Mr Lewis[4] or not - He merely mentioned Thursday vaguely but no hour. [p. 2] Please send me a line about this as it is so much clearer than a verbal message.

sincerely yrs

Helen Lenoir

P. S. Have you arranged with the British Artists' secretary[5] to call on Mr Lewis? That should be done and everything be cut[6] and dried[7] before our appointment


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Notes:

1.  Helen Lenoir
Helen Lenoir (1852-1913), née Coupar Black, actress and stage manager [more].

2.  Carlotta's
Carlotta Leclercq (d. 1893), Mrs John Nelson, actress [more].

3.  Your secretary
Charles James Whistler Hanson (1870-1935), engineer, son of JW and Louisa Fanny Hanson [more], or William Bell, JW's secretary [more].

4.  Mr Lewis
Sir George Henry Lewis (1833-1911), society lawyer [more]. He was ensuring that JW's loan to the SBA was watertight. See correspondence from Lewis and Lewis with JW, 16 December 1886 (#02530) and 20 December (#02532).

5.  British Artists' secretary
A. F. or A. J. Le Patourel, painter, acting secretary of the SBA [more], or Horace Henry Cauty (1846-1909), historical and genre painter [more].

6.  cut
Double underlined.

7.  dried
Double underlined.