Edouard Laboulaye lectures, 1848-1864.

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Laboulaye, Édouard, 1811-1883. Edouard Laboulaye lectures, 1848-1864.

Edouard Laboulaye lectures, 1848-1864.

The collection consists of 2 volumes of manuscript lectures entitled "Constitution des 'Etats Unis." Written in French by Laboulaye, most of the 59 lectures were delivered during the 1862-63 session of the Coll'ege de France. There are a few from the 1863-64 year.

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Laboulaye, Édouard, 1811-1883

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Edouard Laboulaye was a French jurist and poet who first proposed the idea for the Statue of Liberty. From the description of Edouard Laboulaye letter, 1863. (New-York Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 712650524 Biographical Note: Edouard-Ren'e LeFebvre de Laboulaye (1811-1883) was a French businessman, lawyer, author, professor and politician. For most of his career (1849-83) Laboulaye was associated with the Coll'ege de France where ...

Collège de France.

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