Princess Marthe Bibesco Papers 1768-1976 (1904-1973)

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Princess Marthe Bibesco Papers 1768-1976 (1904-1973)

Correspondence, handwritten and typed manuscripts, galleys and page proofs, notes, photographs, clippings, financial documents, ephemera, Napoleonic-era documents, and works by others comprise the Princess Marthe Bibesco Papers and document her life, writings, and associations with notable European authors, artists, and heads of state. Numerous documents contained in this collection predate the birth of Princess Bibesco and were acquired through family.

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Bibesco, Valentine, Princess.

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