Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = France
Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Photograph of a Poitou jack donkey with the characteristic coat of hair and was a prize winner at the Paris Horse Show. The image is noted to be from a French photograph.
Scope and Contents The Correspondence: from Duncan M Irvine to Alfred John Jukes-Browne sub-series consists of:
- 44 letters, alphabetically arranged (1865-1899)
Scope and Contents The Correspondence from Gabriell Auguste Daubrée sub-series consists of:
- 22 letters, chronologically arranged (1874-1896)
Scope and Contents Photograph of the ratification of the Peace Treaty, the provisions of the Treaty of Versailles on 10 January, 1920 at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Paris, France with Clemenceau, Lloyd-George, and others at the event.
Scope and Contents Letter, 28 October 1952, Paris, Janet Tessier du Cros to Mary Grierson. Praising Grierson's biography of Tovey and informing Grierson that Tessier du Cros has Cadenza's written by Tovey in Ms.. Typescript signed, with stamped envelope, for Tessier du Cros see also Janet Grierson.
Dates: 28 October 1952
Scope and Contents Letter, 16 March 1952, Paris, Janet Tessier du Cros to Mary Grierson. Praising Grierson's biography of Tovey, and her diplomatic style of writing and describing Tessier du Cros' musical training. Typescript signed, with stamped envelope, for Tessier du Cros see also Janet Grierson.
Dates: 16 March 1952
Scope and Contents Letter, [n.d], Paris, Thea Hunter to Mary Grierson. Informing Grierson that Hunter is returning for another year and news of her forthcoming visit to Italy. Holograph signed, with envelope.
Scope and Contents Letter, 18 August 1912, Paris, Donald Tovey to Edward Speyer. Turning down an invitation to stay, plan to finish `the opera'. Holograph signed, L177 - L185 sewn together.
Dates: 18 August 1912
Scope and Contents Letter to Sir Andrew Crombie Ramsay from E Dison in Paris, apologising for the delay in forwarding his diploma conferring honorary membership of the Swiss Naturalists. The letter postulates whether Sir Ramsay could collect it in person while attending the Anthropological and Palioethaological Congress in Paris, or whether it could be delivered during a visit to the Great Exhibition. The letter details a fossil bear thought to be pre-glacial.
Dates: 27 June 1867