John L. Gerig papers, 1905-1988.


Gerig, John L. (John Lawrence), 1878-1957. John L. Gerig papers, 1905-1988.

John L. Gerig papers, 1905-1988.

Correspondence, research notes, articles, clippings, photostats, and photographs. These files concern his interest in Pierre Bayle, Antoine Arlier, and the Renaissance in Provence, as well as the Romanic Review, philology, French, Spanish, and celtic studies. Among the correspondents are: Philippe Berthelot, Nicholas Murray Butler, F.R. Coudert, John H. Finley, the Prince de Ligne, Curtis Hidden Page, William B. Parsons, and Aime ́Puech.

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