Du Camp, Maxime, 1822-1894Alternative names
Maxime Du Camp was a French writer and photographer who is chiefly known for his vivid accounts of 19th-century French life. He was a close friend of the novelist Gustave Flaubert. An outgoing, adventurous man, Du Camp also pioneered in photography and published works in virtually every literary genre. In 1851 Du Camp founded the Revue de Paris.
From the description of Maxime Du Camp letters to Charles Read, 1856-1893 (bulk 1873-1884). (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 51989856
|creatorOf||Du Camp, Maxime, 1822-1894. Maxime Du Camp letters to Charles Read, 1856-1893 (bulk 1873-1884).||Pennsylvania State University Libraries|
|creatorOf||Smith, Ernest William. Papers, 1870-1976 (bulk 1890-1935).||Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center|
|referencedIn||Ernest William Smith Papers TXRC94-A22., 1870-1976, (bulk 1890-1935)||Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center|
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|Journalists, French--19th century--Correspondence|