LA BIBLIOTHÈQUE LITTÉRAIRE JACQUES DOUCET: ARCHIVE DE LA MODERNITÉ.
Actes du Colloque Tenu en Sorbonne les 5, 6 et 7 Février 2004. Textes Réunis et Présentés par Michel Collot, Yves Peyré et Maryse Vassevière
Text in French. A collection of 30 essays about the history of the Bibliothèque Littéraire Jacques Doucet, an important archive containing material on twentieth century French literature, and the printed materials, manuscripts, and correspondence held within the library. Illustrated in color throughout.
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(Besterman 369). No. V in the Publications of the Robert Charles Billing Fund. Introduction by James Ford Rhodes (1848-1927), an industrialist who turned to writing history. Mostly political writings, includes publications of the Confederate government, state publications, miscellaneous books, tracts, music, newspapers and periodicals. Index. Boards and spine scuffed and rubbed at edges. Front endpapers torn. Ex library with markings, library bookplate on front pastedown, name of library perforated on title page.