Documents associated with: Canfield, Richard Albert
Record 12 of 77
System Number: 03045
Date: [7 March 1902]
Recipient: Richard Albert Canfield
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler LB 4/134
Document Type: MsLc
Dear Mr Canfield -
It was a lucky thing that we fixed upon that afternoon!
What do you think of this? Of course I have not moved out of the house! -
Now if tomorrow we have still this black horror upon us, I hope you will try Saturday - otherwise I shall look for you at the Studio, and perhaps we had better say a little earlier - that we may run less risks for the return!
We might say two o'clock - or half past if you like - on either day -
J. McNeill Whistler.
36. Tite Street. Chelsea -
Envelope:Richard Canfield, Esq.
[postmark:] March 7. 02.
1. [7 March 1902]
Date from the postmark as recorded by the copyist.
5. black horror
The fog cleared on 8 March and the Oxford and Cambridge boat crews had a perfect day for their workout (Times, London, 8 March 1902, p. 13.