Albert Gabriel Feuillerat papers 1823-1949


Albert Gabriel Feuillerat papers, 1823-1949

Albert Gabriel Feuillerat papers 1823-1949

Personal papers, research materials, and autographs collected by Feuillerat in connection with his literary studies. A major portion of the papers consists of material on Paul Bourget, novelist and critic, as well as the brother-in-law of Feuillerat. Included are manuscripts by Bourget and correspondence by and about him. Among the writers of the holograph letters collected by Feuillerat are Jean François Victor Aicard, Paul Claudel, Alfred Stanislaus Langlois Des Essarts, Octave Feuillet, Alexandre Dumas, Ernest Aimée Feydeau, Paul Hervieu, Jean A. A. Jusserand, and Francis Steegmuller.

1.5 linear feet (4 boxes, 1 folio)


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