Documents associated with: Constant, T. C. J.
Record 17 of 32
System Number: 04682
Date: [5 November 1896]
Recipient: Rosalind Birnie Philip
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler P322
Document Type: ALS
'Nov. 5. 1896'
I think you had better have these quittances of the Studio, Major -
And by the way my dear Major you might always take the letters that come out of their envelopes - & then some need not be forwarded - Double postage the other day! -
[p. 2] You are very nice and excellent in the way you manage the Louise! I am always pleased with you Major -
I shall of course write to Mme Delaugh about the Concièrge - I shall say that he remained seated and smoking while you spoke to him - isn't that so? -
The picture & dress have arrived at Goupils though I have [p. 3] not had them sent on yet. -
I don't think I shall come over - not yet a while any how -
Constant I shall send on at the beginning of next week -
With best affection to you all
the General -
'Nov. 5. 1896'
aux soins de
Monsieur McNeill Whistler
110. Rue du Bac
[stamp:] POSTAGE AND REVENUE / 4½d
[postmark:] HAMPSTEAD / X / 5 NO 96
[postmark on verso:] 9 PARIS 9 / DISTRIBUTION / 1 / 7 / NOV / 96
1. 5 November 1896
The postmark confirms the date added later by the recipient on the letter and envelope.
4. Mme Delaugh
Mme Delaugh, Delange or Dalangle, a servant or employee of JW and his wife in Paris.
Triple underlined. Both letter and envelope have a deep mourning border.