Letter to Henry Clay Frick - Elsie de Wolfe (1865-1950) - The Frick Collection and Frick Art Reference Library
Letter from Elsie de Wolfe to Henry Clay Frick in which de Wolfe offers her services to Frick in designing the interiors for his New York residence.
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Title: Letter to Henry Clay Frick
Description: Letter from Elsie de Wolfe to Henry Clay Frick in which de Wolfe offers her services to Frick in designing the interiors for his New York residence.
Creator: Elsie de Wolfe (1865-1950)
Date Created: January 27, 1914
Transcript: Dear Mr. Frick
If there is anything I can do in the house you are now building please don't forget me!! & how proud & pleased I should be to help in ever so small a way in such a splendid dwelling. Even one room I would gladly do, of course if there was more so much the better but I think I am specially good at detail & the fitting up & the comfort of women's rooms the intimate little touches that no mere man, no matter how clever me may be can ever know. I am leaving for a little rest on Sunday next the first but I shall be back very soon & shall hope to see you. I remain, dear Mr. Frick,
Elsie de Wolfe
January 17th 
Rights: The Frick Collection/Frick Art Reference Library Archives
Rights: Reference: HCFFD000161_001_002_003
Display Date: January 27, 1914