Documents associated with: Douglas (fl. 1898)
Record 1 of 4
System Number: 07873
Repository: Library of Congress
Call Number: Manuscript Division, Pennell-Whistler Collection, PWC 3/21/14
Document Type: ALS
110. Rue du Bac -
Dear Sir -
Many thanks for your very courteous and amiable note -
I fear I have been of very little service to Mrs. Lynch, though I should have been pleased to have given her any help in my power - Perhaps you will be well enough to attend yourself next Thursday -
[p. 2] Meanwhile I know, by long experience, that no trust whatever may be placed in the head Office of a newspaper and I was sorry that Mrs. Lynch should have been troubled by the brilliancies of her Editor!
With best wishes for your speedy recovery,
J McNeill Whistler
Will you kindly send me Mr Douglas' address?
Dated by the address and writing. JW first moved into 110 rue du Bac in 1892.
3. Mrs. Lynch
Mrs Lynch, unidentified.
5. Daily Mails
London daily newspaper.
This was presumably a legal case.
7. Mr Douglas'
Douglas, possibly a journalist at the Morning Post.