Private papers of the inventor. Reprints and manuscripts of oral communications and papers. Laboratory notebooks, patents, and commercial brochures. Topics include electricity, cryogenics, liquid air, rare gases (argon, neon, helium, and krypton), neon lighting, welding, and terrestrial and marine thermal energy. Incoming and outgoing correspondence (correspondents include Kammerlingh-Onnes, Ramsay, Debierne, Pierre and Marie Curie, Arsène d'Arsonval, etc.). Among the several institutions mentioned are the Ecole de Physique et Chimie de la Ville de Paris, the International Institute of Refrigeration, Société des ingénieurs civils, the Académie des sciences, etc. His political career is also documented.

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