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Contains 30 Results:

Metal badges of the Revolutionary era worn by members of committees, 1790s

 File — Box: 1 [31151034438071], Folder: 10
Scope and Contents These two badges have the same design of a laurel wreath topped with a heraldic sun surrounding an image of two clasped hands holding a stake topped with a Phrygian (or liberty) cap. One badge is gold in color and the other is silver. Both have fastenings on the reverse for sewing onto clothing.

Handwritten letter with printed letter head to le Ministre de la Justice (21st of Prairial, year four of the Republic), approximately 1797 or 1798

 File — Box: 1 [31151034438071], Folder: 11
Content Description This six item collection of French Revolution and Napoleonic materials dates from the 1790s to approximately 1806. The collection includes two badges worn by members of the revolutionary committees; three printed and handwritten manuscript letters to le Ministre de la Justice, and one signed letter to Le Ministre de l'Intérieur and aux Prefets des departements. The three letters to le Ministre de la Justice have printed letter head with Republican seals. The letter addressed to Le Ministre de...

Handwritten letter with printed letter head and margin notes to le Ministre de la Justice (27th of Fructidor, year eight of the Republic), approximately 1801 or 1802

 File — Box: 1 [31151034438071], Folder: 12
Content Description This six item collection of French Revolution and Napoleonic materials dates from the 1790s to approximately 1806. The collection includes two badges worn by members of the revolutionary committees; three printed and handwritten manuscript letters to le Ministre de la Justice, and one signed letter to Le Ministre de l'Intérieur and aux Prefets des departements. The three letters to le Ministre de la Justice have printed letter head with Republican seals. The letter addressed to Le Ministre de...

Printed letter with handwritten signature to le Ministre de l' Intérieur (5th of Germinal, year eleven of the Republic), approximately 1804 or 1805

 File — Box: 1 [31151034438071], Folder: 13
Content Description This six item collection of French Revolution and Napoleonic materials dates from the 1790s to approximately 1806. The collection includes two badges worn by members of the revolutionary committees; three printed and handwritten manuscript letters to le Ministre de la Justice, and one signed letter to Le Ministre de l'Intérieur and aux Prefets des departements. The three letters to le Ministre de la Justice have printed letter head with Republican seals. The letter addressed to Le Ministre de...

Handwritten letter with printed letter head to le Ministre de la Justice (7th of Ventôse, year twelve of the republic), approximately 1805 or 1806

 File — Box: 1 [31151034438071], Folder: 14
Content Description This six item collection of French Revolution and Napoleonic materials dates from the 1790s to approximately 1806. The collection includes two badges worn by members of the revolutionary committees; three printed and handwritten manuscript letters to le Ministre de la Justice, and one signed letter to Le Ministre de l'Intérieur and aux Prefets des departements. The three letters to le Ministre de la Justice have printed letter head with Republican seals. The letter addressed to Le Ministre de...

Letter of Opposition: "Lettre à Henri Pastoureau" by André Breton and Benjamin Péret, 1951 March 12

 File — Box: 1 [31151034438071], Folder: 4
Content Description This collection contains seven documents from the 1950s concerning the Surrealist turmoil originating from the "Affaire Carrouges." All of the documents were duplicated from the originals by a mimeograph process. The original manuscript papers were written in 1951 by the Surrealists Henri Pastoureau, André Breton, Benjamin Péret, Maurice Henry, and Patrick Waldberg. It is unknown whether these specific Surrealists reproduced all of these particular documents in this collection, but...

Reflection: "l’Affaire Pastoureau & Cie. (Tenants et Aboutissants)" by André Breton & Benjamin Péret, 1951 March 16

 File — Box: 1 [31151034438071], Folder: 5
Scope and Contents The manuscript was signed in handwriting by André Breton and Benjamin Péret, so it is likely these specific Surrealists reproduced this particular document.

Meeting Minutes: "Assemblée du 19 mars 1951", 1951 March 19

 File — Box: 1 [31151034438071], Folder: 6
Content Description This collection contains seven documents from the 1950s concerning the Surrealist turmoil originating from the "Affaire Carrouges." All of the documents were duplicated from the originals by a mimeograph process. The original manuscript papers were written in 1951 by the Surrealists Henri Pastoureau, André Breton, Benjamin Péret, Maurice Henry, and Patrick Waldberg. It is unknown whether these specific Surrealists reproduced all of these particular documents in this collection, but...

Letter of Opposition: "Observations relatives à l’Opuscule de Breton-Péret: "l’Affaire Pastoureau et Cie" et au Compte-Rendu de l’Assemblée du Mars 1951" by Henri Pastoureau, 1951 March 23

 File — Box: 1 [31151034438071], Folder: 7
Content Description This collection contains seven documents from the 1950s concerning the Surrealist turmoil originating from the "Affaire Carrouges." All of the documents were duplicated from the originals by a mimeograph process. The original manuscript papers were written in 1951 by the Surrealists Henri Pastoureau, André Breton, Benjamin Péret, Maurice Henry, and Patrick Waldberg. It is unknown whether these specific Surrealists reproduced all of these particular documents in this collection, but...

Reflection: "Lettre à André Breton" by Maurice Henry, 1951 March 24

 File — Box: 1 [31151034438071], Folder: 8
Content Description This collection contains seven documents from the 1950s concerning the Surrealist turmoil originating from the "Affaire Carrouges." All of the documents were duplicated from the originals by a mimeograph process. The original manuscript papers were written in 1951 by the Surrealists Henri Pastoureau, André Breton, Benjamin Péret, Maurice Henry, and Patrick Waldberg. It is unknown whether these specific Surrealists reproduced all of these particular documents in this collection, but...