Valentine Hugo Papers, 1872-1968.

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Hugo, Valentine, 1887-1968. Valentine Hugo Papers, 1872-1968.

Valentine Hugo Papers, 1872-1968.

Correspondence, manuscripts, notes, journals, diaries, artwork, legal, financial and personal documents, photographs, printed material, and photocopies document the life of Valentine Hugo from 1872-1968. Included in the Works series are a number of drafts of articles and notes relating to friends of Valentine Hugo such as Constantin Brancusi, Paul Éluard, Raymond Radiguet, and Erik Satie. Also present are a number of manuscripts for radio broadcasts written in the 1950s and 1960s about her early artistic career and acquaintances. Correspondence with Valentine's mother Zélie Gross comprises almost two thirds of the Letters series and a substantial portion of the Recipient series. Other notable correspondents in the Recipient series include Marie Laure, Romola Nijinsky, and André de Badet. Most of the materials in the Other Papers series are Valentine's own personal papers, such as her passport and birth certificate, and works or correspondence by other authors. A large part of materials in this series involve Jean Hugo, Valentine's husband, and legal documents, personal documents, and works by Valentine's mother, Zélie Gross, or father, Auguste Gross.

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