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System Number: 09750
Date: [11 June 1896][1]
Author: JW
Place: London
Recipient: Edward Guthrie Kennedy[2]
Place: London
Repository: New York Public Library
Call Number: E. G. Kennedy II/88
Credit Line: Edward Guthrie Kennedy Papers / Manuscripts and Archives Division / The New York Public Library / Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations
Document Type: ALS


8. Fitzroy Street, Fitzroy Sqr.

Wednesday night -

OK -

We waited for you today - though we scarcely expected you in such rain.

Look in on Friday - at the usual time - but not tomorrow. Did Hollyer[3] try the photograph? It wont of course come out really beautifully until the picture is varnished - and it is too soon for that yet -

By the way have you seen anything of the busy Keppel[4]??

I have had from him not a word so far -

Constant[5] will be bringing back with him several things I fancy - And we shall see -

Always

[butterfly signature]

write me a line to the Studio if you have any news to impart -


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Envelope:

'June 11/96'

To
E. G. Kennedy Esq
Garlants Hotel
Suffolk Street -
Pall Mall
[stamp:] POSTAGE AND INLAND REVENUE / ONE PENNY
[postmark:] [illegible]
[postmark on verso:] [illegible] / JU 11 / 96


Notes:

1.  [11 June 1896]
Dated from the postmark and the date added in another hand on the envelope.

2.  Edward Guthrie Kennedy
Edward Guthrie Kennedy (1849-1932), dealer with H. Wunderlich and Co., New York [more].

3.  Hollyer
Probably Frederick Hollyer (see also #05036).

4.  Keppel
Frederick Keppel (1845-1912), New York print dealer [more]. See JW's letter to Kennedy, #09752.

5.  Constant
T. C. J. Constant, JW's servant and valet [more]; Kennedy's note says 'Constant was the French general man he had.'