Papers, 1870-1916.


Alhaiza, Jean-Adolphe, 1839-ca. 1916. Papers, 1870-1916.

Papers, 1870-1916.

Contains the manuscript, 1150 p., of "Dictionnaire de Sociologie Phalanstérienne: Guide des Oeuvres Completes de Charles Fourier," by Edouard Silberling (Paris: 1911). Also, a biographical and bibliographical file of French and foreign socialists, which serves as a partial author index for the periodicals "La Phalange" and "La Reforme Industrielle." Among the more important French associationists listed are Victor Prosper Considerant, Alexander-François Baudet-Dulary, César Daly, François Marie Charles Fourier, Mme. Gatti de Gamond, Marc-Amédée Gramier, Victor-Antoine Hennequin, Just Muiron, Charles Pellarin, Hippolyte Renaud, Mme. Clarisse Vigoureax, and Edouard Silberling. The Germans, F.L. Goertner and C.F. Grieb, are noted as involved in an associative colony in Texas in the 1830s. Great Britain is represented by Hugh Doherty. Americans include Albert Brisbane, Horace Greeley, and Parke Goodwin.

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