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System Number: 00129
Date: 2 January [1889/1892][1]
Author: Henrietta Blanche Airlie[2]
Place: London
Recipient: JW
Place: [London]
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler A128
Document Type: ALS


[coronet over printed monogram:] HBA

4 Lowndes Square

Jan 2

Dear Mr Whistler

Your kind present has done Clementine[3] all the good in the World - She wd so much like to see you[.] If you are out Sunday afternoon & if you [p. 2] & Mrs Whistler[4] would come to me about 5 oclock - perhaps, if Clementine felt well enough, you wd run upstairs to her & see her for a few moments

[p. 3] She is getting better I am thankful to say

I am most truly yours

H Blanche Airlie


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Notes:

1.  2 January [1889/1892]
Dated by reference to a visit from JW and his wife, which must be before they moved to Paris.

2.  Henrietta Blanche Airlie
Henrietta Blanche Ogilvy (1830-1881), Countess of Airlie [more].

3.  Clementine
Clementine Gertrude Helen Mitford (1854-1932), née Ogilvy, wife of the 1st Baron Redesdale [more].

4.  Mrs Whistler
Beatrix Whistler (1857-1896), née Beatrice Philip, artist [more].