Correspondence and manuscripts, 1884-1926.

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Geffroy, Gustave, 1855-1926. Correspondence and manuscripts, 1884-1926.

Correspondence and manuscripts, 1884-1926.

The collection consists of correspondence with artists and other writers on both professional and personal matters, manuscripts of essays on Cezanne, Gauguin, Raffaelli, A. Barbier and the Salon of 1924, and miscellaneous printed matter. from Georges Renard about common friends in the art and literary worlds.

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