Documents associated with: Caldwell, John (fl. 1894-1900)
Record 13 of 15
System Number: 09800
Date: [12 May 1900]
Recipient: Edward Guthrie Kennedy
Repository: New York Public Library
Call Number: E. G. Kennedy II/135
Credit Line: Edward Guthrie Kennedy Papers / Manuscripts and Archives Division / The New York Public Library / Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations
Document Type: ALS
5. Norfolk Street. Park Lane.
They gave me your Stuttgart address at Lausers, OK! and so I can answer your letter - otherwise there would have been no communication possible -
It is quite wonderful what you tell me of the Durer drawings - and the great competition going on - I should like to see that German town myself - and only wish I had time to go on and join you for a while - [p. 2] Write me a line by return, and tell me when you propose to be in Paris - so that I can see whether I return while you are there - or whether I see you here again -
I am glad you like the pictures - especially am I pleased with what you say about my own portrait - for I feared it might have been too sunken in to be at all seen - The "Andalouse" is of course very swagger and in beautiful condition -
You might tell me what all was said, as you saw Caldwell and the other officials, if anything was said, about these pictures -
Who is Mr Macomber of Boston? -
Always my dear O K.
'Received at Stuttgart May 14th 1900.'
'written from Heinemann's house'
'May 14 / 1900'à
Monsieur E. G. Kennedy -
Hotel Marquardt -
[stamp:] POSTAGE & REVENUE / 2 1/2d
[postmark:] CHELSEA / S. W. / 2.30 PM / MY 12 / 00
[postmark on verso:] STUTTGAR[T] / R1 / 14 [illegible]
1. [12 May 1900]
Dated from the postmark; the date of receipt is written in another hand on p. 1 and the envelope.
The stationery has a mourning border.
10. Received ... house
Added at the foot of the page in another hand; the two lines appear to be in two different hands.
12. May 14 / 1900
Added at the top of the envelope in another hand.