Papers. 1865-1899.


Papers. 1865-1899.

Nine A.L.S., mostly to Sénarmont, A. note, holograph article "Cuivre oxydulé - premières experiences, 1865" (17 p.), and holograph article "Affaire de la Bibliothèque de l'Observatore," including letters and notes (12 leaves) ; in French.

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