Physical objects such as artifacts produced at the studied time period can also be used as primary source materials. Tips: Find names of authors who lived in the time period under study, and search for works from these authors in the Library Catalog. Try to find old imprints, rare books, archival materials if appropriate.
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Online Dictionary Grand Robert de la langue francaise This link opens in a new window. One of the most important dictionaries of the French language, compiled on historical principles and giving comprehensive coverage of French from the 15th century to the present. Quotations with precise sources, and cross-references to other words. A Collection of French Political Broadsides, Boyer Charles Papers One of the best known of these fictitious imprints, Pierre du Marteau of Cologne, was widely used by Dutch, French, Germans and other publishers during the 17thth centuries to avoid prosecution for printing pirated editions, sensitive political tomes, satires, anti-clerical works and the like.
Newspapers of the Second Republic A collection of more than newspapers and pamphlets, , bound in five large volumes. Renoir Jean Papers Roditi Edouard Papers Student Protests, Paris This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections, have elected to bring it back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide.
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The material is of particular interest to scholars of the French Revolution, but the value of the pamphlets is not limited to scholars of French or European history. The collections also enrich the study of colonial history in North America and the Caribbean and the impact of the French Revolution beyond Europe. This collection of about 3, French political pamphlets published between to documents a period of religious wars and the establishment of the absolute monarchy. The bulk of the collection was purchased in the late s from New York book dealer H. Nearly all of these pamphlets are individually cataloged.
The call number starts with Case F The Welsh checklists are located in the 3rd floor checklist area and in the Special Collections Reading Room.
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Consult the Welsh checklists or the online catalog for the full call numbers. Copies are located on the 3rd floor and the Special Collections Reading Room. A shelf list of this collection is available for browsing outside the Special Collections Reading Room. Wing Collection contains a unique assemblage of French laws concerning regulation of the press from There are about 1, items, all individually cataloged. Most of the items are royal and parliamentary proclamations.
The call number of this collection is Case Wing folio Z A1 , plus volume and number. These items are arranged chronologically.
To browse the card catalog for this collection, consult the shelf list outside the Special Collections Reading Room. Additional materials relating to censorship in France may be located using subject and keyword searches. The collection was acquired by the Newberry between and from Michel Bernstein, a book dealer in Paris. There are complete runs of well-known journals, as well as many rare and unknown publications.
The collection represents the opinions of all the factions that opposed and defended the monarchy during the turbulent period between and also contains innumerable ephemeral publications of the early Republic.
Histoire de la Révolution française, Tome 10 by Adolphe Thiers
While the majority of the pamphlets were printed in Paris by the Imprimerie nationale, there are also significant numbers of provincial publishers and fictitious imprints. All pamphlets in this collection have individual catalog records. Call numbers begin with Case FRC and are followed by a number. Digitization of the French Revolution Collection was begun in , funded by a grant from the Council on Library and Information Resources. Digitized pamphlets are available on the Internet Archive website.
Copies are available in the 3rd floor checklist area and the Special Collections Reading Room. In the s, the Newberry acquired a Jansenist collection of over works from seminary libraries of the Old Catholic Church of the Netherlands. The works span the 17th through 18th centuries; the majority were published from onward.
A number of pamphlets may be found in this collection.