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Series I:  Correspondence

 

Aristide Rieffel to Family

Scope and Content Note

Aristide Rieffel was a prolific letter writer. From his early youth until his death he wrote daily to many people, though in his later years he increasingly wrote to his two adult children. These family letters give details on AR's life as well as insights into his thinking on larger issues.
Box 1: 1-2

To Jeanne Rieffel, 1901

Box 1: 3

To Jeanne Rieffel, 1900-1901

 

To Marc Aurele

Scope and Content Note

AR's letters to MAR contained a great deal of discussion of events in the family, large and small. However, AR also lectured his son on issues ranging from philosophy and religion to marriage and business. These letters, written over a seventeen year time span, offer a good insight into the development of AR's thought in his later years.
Box 2: 1-2

1924-1926

Box 2: 3

1925

Box 2: 4-5

1926

Box 2: 6

1927

Box 3: 1

1928

Box 3: 2

1929-1930

Box 3: 3

1930

Box 3: 4

1931

Box 3: 5

1932-1933

Box 3: 6

1934

Box 4: 1

1935

Box 4: 2

1936

Box 4: 3-4

1937

Box 4: 5

1938

Box 5: 1-4

To various family members, 1936-38

 

General Correspondence

Scope and Content Note

Contains some family correspondence but mostly letters to and from friends and associates. The folders are in roughly chronological order and are organized in the same way that Aristide Rieffel left them. This subseries provides a good overview of events in AR's life that shaped or influenced his writings.
Box 5: 5

1895-1896. Divorce (AR did not divorce his first wife until 1900, but these letters show he was carefully planning his divorce five years earlier)

Box 5: 6

1898-1902. Pages de copie-lettres (hand copies of AR's outgoing letters)

Box 5: 7

1901-1902. Marriage (letters from friends and family concerning AR's second marriage)

Box 5: 8

1905-1907. Peace movement (letters from pacifists concerning world peace)

Box 6: 1

1914, Summer-Fall

Box 6: 2

1914-1915 (includes letters from Abbé Pichot and Charles Richet)

Box 6: 3

ca. 1914-1918 (undated letters referring to WWI)

Box 6: 4

1918-1924 (correspondence related to WWI and the problems of peace)

Box 6: 5

1920-1939 (includes correspondence with Courrier des Etats-Unis)

Box 6: 6

1921 Winter-Spring

Box 6: 7

1922

Box 6: 8-10

1923 (concerning Mireille in Paris - extensive correspondence with family and friends about Mireille's behavior in Paris and AR's subsequent recall of his daughter)

Box 7: 1

1925 (A remettre)

Box 7: 2

1926

Box 7: 3

1928-29 (concerning AR's move to Claremont)

Box 7: 4-5

1928-29 (Claremont)

Box 7: 6

1929-30 (miscellany)

Box 7: 7

1930 (Santa Barbara miscellany)

Box 7: 8

ca. 1933 (letters to unknown woman)

Box 7: 9-10

1939

Box 7: 11

1930s (correspondence with various American colleagues)

Box 8: 1

1930s (letters received)

Box 8: 2-3

1940

Box 8: 4

1941

Box 8: 5

1941, October

Box 8: 6

1941 (includes AR's last letter to his son, October 5 1941)

Box 8: 7

Alsace (various correspondents)

Box 8: 8

Letters to write (various dates)

Box 8: 9

Unsent letters (various dates and corespondents)

 

Correspondence with Named Individuals

Box 9: 1

Eugene Billard and Hogdson Pratt, 1891-1894

 

Gabriel Bonno (Professor of French language, Santa Barbara State College)

Box 9: 2

1933-1934

Box 9: 3

1934-1936

Box 9: 4

1936

Box 9: 5

Marcel Cocteau, 1900-1905 (AR's notary)

Box 9: 6

M. Cottard, 1887-1888

Box 9: 7-8

Jeanne Cune (letters to/from Jeanne before their marriage)

Box 9: 9

Frederick W. Ganzert, 1934-1935 (Professor of French language, Utah State University)

Box 9: 10

Christine Gulitzen, 1933 (French Instructor at Claremont College)

 

Dr. Jules Hericourt (AR's close friend and the author of several books on medicine)

Box 9: 11

1907-1908

Box 10: 1-2

1907-1908

Box 10: 3

ca. 1929

Box 10: 4-6

Lydia Kiriatkov, 1881-1885

Box 10: 7

Dr. Maurice Legrain, 1929-1930

Box 11: 1

Baronne de Lourmel, 1901

Box 11: 2-5

Alice Millard, 1920 (includes one letter written in 1901)

Box 11: 6

Alfred Nobel, Emile Zola, and Charles Richet, 1894-1898

 

Abbé Pichot (AR's schoolmate and close friend)

Box 11: 7-8

1895-1897

Box 12: 1-2

1895-1897

Box 12: 3

1896-1902, 1911

Box 12: 4

Charles Richet, Jules Hericourt, and others, 1900-1902

Box 12: 5

Roger Rieffel, 1904-1905 (AR's son by first marriage)

Box 12: 6

Herbert Spencer, 1886

Box 12: 7

Abbé Charles Tisserand & Georges Herman, 1873-1875

Box 12: 8

Julia F. Woods, 1929-1934 (Françoise)

 

Business and Professional Correspondence

Scope and Content Note

Contains AR's letters to and from publishers, business associates, banks, and others. Although not complete, this subseries give a good representative picture of AR's financial standing and his style of dealing with publishers.
Box 13: 1

1902-1914. Correspondence with publishers

Box 13: 2

1904-1905. Crédit Lyonnais

Box 13: 3-4

1907-1912. Financial correspondence

Box 13: 5

1914-1916. Banque Commerciale Italienne

Box 13: 6

1919-1921. Courrier des Etats-Unis

Box 13: 7

1920-1921. Journals

 

Correspondence of Other Family Members

Scope and Content Note

Contains some letters to and from AR, but mostly personal, general, and business correspondence of JAR, MAR, and MIR.
 

Jeanne Rieffel (JAR; AR's second wife, born Jeanne Cune)

 

General

Box 14: 1

1900-1903

Box 14: 2-3

1904-1905

Box 14: 4

1910-1911

 

General (includes some family)

Box 14: 5

1910-1911, 1922-1924

Box 14: 6

1929

Box 14: 7

1930 (incoming only)

Box 14: 8

Financial papers, 1901-1905

Box 14: 9

Charlotte Cune, 1901-1905

Box 15: 1-5

Ecole de Rome, 1910-1914

 

Ecoles

Box 15: 6

1915-1916 (Bryn Mawr, New York City)

Box 15: 7

1917-1925 (application slips from students)

 

Family

Box 16: 1

1901-1904

Box 16: 2

1910-1911

Box 16: 3

1913 (from Frontone)

Box 16: 4

1914

Box 16: 5

1916-1922

Box 17: 1-2

1929-1930

Box 17: 3

Last letters and papers, 1942

 

MAR

Box 17: 4

1924-1927

Box 17: 5

1927-1930

Box 17: 6

Sealed correspondence (personal letters wrapped and sealed by JAR before her death in 1942)

Box 17: 7-8

Miscellany, 1920-1930s

Box 18: 1

Miscellany, 1920-1930s

 

Marc-Aurele Rieffel (MAR)

 

General

Box 18: 2

1928-1929

Box 18: 3

1928-1930

 

AR

Box 18: 4-7

1924-1930 (outgoing)

Box 18: 8

1928 (outgoing; AR labeled this packet "lettres du gosse et de Mireille en 1928")

 

Family

Box 19: 1

1914-1920

Box 19: 2

1921

 

Friends

Box 19: 3

1922-1923

Box 19: 4

1929

Box 19: 5

Poupon's conférences (three conference papers delivered by MAR and labeled by AR. "Poupon" was one of his affectionate nicknames for Marc)

 

Mireille Rieffel (MIR)

 

General

Box 19: 6

1923-1932

Box 19: 7

1930

 

To MAR

Box 19: 8

1924-1927

Box 19: 9

1929-1943

Box 19: 10

1931-1942

Box 20: 1-2

1931-1942

 

Odile Rieffel

Box 20: 3

Correspondence and papers, 1911-1912

Box 20: 4

Concerning Odile Rieffel's death, 1912

 

Family Letters

Box 20: 5

1915 (letters among all the family members)

Box 21: 1-3

1921-1923

Box 21: 4

Family to AR in Rosemont, PA, 1915

Box 21: 5

Family to AR in Amagansett, NY, 1917

 

Series II:  Works

Scope and Content Note

Arranged alphabetically. Most items are holographic manuscript drafts, as AR rarely used a typewriter. There are several offprints and clippings of published articles. Many others may have been published, but in most cases there is no clear evidence of publication. For related items at the Hoover Institute, see Appendix A.
 

Biographie

Scope and Content Note

Rieffel kept autobiographical materials from a very young age, convinced that his life story would someday be important. This subseries contains writings that he himself considered biographical. The subseries is broken up into two sections: one of early, dated writings and a second of later, undated writings. All the pieces are handwriten drafts.
 

Dated Writings

Box 22: 1-3

ca. 1875. Premières notes biographiques

Box 22: 4

1878-1879. Notes biographiques

Box 22: 5-6

1880. Notes journalières

Box 22: 7

1881-1884. Pensées et notes diverse

Box 23: 1-5

1883. Notes biographiques

Box 23: 6-7

1884-1885. Notes biographiques

Box 24: 1-5

1884-1885. Notes biographiques

Box 24: 6

1886. L'enfant

Box 24: 7

ca. 1886. Notes journalières

Box 24: 8

1888-1889. Biographie

 

Undated Writings

Box 25: 1

Enfance surtout

Box 25: 2

L'expiation

Box 25: 3

Idéale fiancée

Box 25: 4

Mémé

Box 25: 5

Les mères immorales

Box 25: 6

Vie et mort de Georges X

Box 25: 7

Miscellany

 

Articles by Aristide Rieffel

Scope and Content Note

These are divided into two sections. The first consists of articles AR considered important that were rejected by editors. Rieffel kept the original manuscripts and rejection letters in the original envelopes and attached great significance to these pieces. The second section consists of published articles, organized by title of newspaper.
 

Unpublished Articles

Box 25: 8

Appel aux pacifistes americains, 1914

Box 25: 9

Le chomâge de dimanche, 1905

Box 25: 10

Pierre Loti, 1905

 

Published Articles in Newspapers

Box 26: 1

Le Clairon, 1881

Box 26: 2

Feuilleton du Boul' Mich', 1879

Box 26: 3

La France Nouvelle, 1880

Box 26: 3

Le Moniteur Universel, 1881

Box 26: 4

Le Gaulois, 1880-1881

Box 26: 5

L'Indépendance Belge, ca. 1896

 

Literary and Artistic Works

Scope and Content Note

Rieffel wrote a great deal of fiction during his younger years. This subseries is organized chronologically and consists of many short stories, some plays and literary analyses, and one novel. An additional section contains undated pieces, including AR's writings on art and its relation to larger social and political issues.
Box 26: 6

1874-1876. Pensées

Box 26: 7

1876. Comédie en trois actes

Box 26: 8

1877. Comédie et mélange

Box 26: 9

1877-1878. Resumés et appréciations

Box 26: 10

1879. Eté

Box 27: 1-3

1879-1880. Premières oeuvres littéraires

Box 27: 4

1879-1880. Emmeline

Box 27: 5

ca. 1879-1883. Imagination et poèmes

 

ca. 1880

Box 27: 6

Antoinette Bournon

Box 27: 7-10

Béquets

Box 28: 1

Emilie

Box 28: 2

L'épouse du mathématicien

Box 28: 3

La Garina.

Box 28: 4

Gochoum et Lisbeth

Box 28: 5

Le gros lot

Box 28: 6

Ineffacable, espérance

Box 28: 7

Le Klepthe

Box 28: 8

Louisette

Box 28: 9

Mère et fils

Box 28: 10

Mourir à vingt ans!

Box 28: 11

Un peu de liberté

Box 28: 13

Vision, Ludiwig, les accordés du village

Box 28: 12

Various works

Box 28: 14

1885. Crime d'amour (drame)

Box 28: 15-17

1885. Jeanne Keun: roman (a novel written fifteen years before he met his second wife, Jeanne Cune)

 

Undated Works

Box 28: 18

Critique: Loti, Zola

Box 28: 19

Désert et assonance

Box 28: 20

L'école buissonnière

Box 28: 21

Effets de la violence sur l'art

Box 28: 22

Les fontaines Wallace

Box 28: 23

Jean et Marie

Box 28: 24

Ma voisine fantaisie

Box 28: 25

Molière au champs-élysées

Box 28: 26

Le petit roman

Box 29: 1

Subjectif et objectif en littérature, art, etc.

Box 29: 2

La Tsaprazia. Drame en un acte

Box 29: 3

Une honnête femme (four short stories)

Box 29: 4

La vie de la langue

Box 29: 5

Writings on art

 

Le Livre

Scope and Content Note

Notes and chapters of AR's lifetime project, a book that would expose the underlying problems causing violence and conflict in human society and offer remedies for them. All writings in this subseries remain organized as he left them, in roughly chronological order. The book remained unfinished and unpublished at Rieffel's death.
Box 29: 6-8

1880-1902

Box 30: 1-2

1898

Box 30: 3-4

1898-1901

Box 30: 5-7

ca. 1900. Pour le livre

Box 31: 1

ca. 1900. Pour le livre

Box 31: 2-4

1901 and before (Ante 1901)

Box 31: 5-7

1901. Printemps-été

Box 31: 8

1905. Success

Box 31: 9

1905-1907

Box 32: 1

1907-1908. Hiver (sociologie, état, etc.)

Box 32: 2

1909-1911

Box 32: 3

A lire: contre l'oligarchie financière

Box 32: 4

Notes à recopier

Box 32: 5

Notes relative à la combativité, cruauté

Box 32: 6

Travail avant 1914. Précieux

 

Peace, War, and the State

Scope and Content Note

Rieffel devoted much of his writing to analyzing the causes of war and ways to prevent it. This led to studies of the nature of the state and of societal organization. This subseries is divided into sections on the general nature of war, the state, military service and militarism in a specifically French context, pacifism and neutrality, international relations, and colonialism. Most of the writings are undated.
 

War

Box 32: 7-8

Early writings on war and the state, 1879-1880

Box 33: 1

La guerre, restera-t-elle toujours?

Box 33: 2

L'égalité et la paix

Box 33: 3-4

La lutte, est-elle la loi de la vie?

Box 33: 5

Lutte nuisible

Box 33: 6

Mémoire contre le militarisme au Pape

Box 33: 7

Militarisation de Rome

Box 33: 8

Origine de la violence

Box 33: 9

Qui triomphe à la guerre

Box 33: 10

Les résultats de la guerre

Box 33: 11-12

Supérieurs sans outillages sont détruits par des inférieurs (Commentary on the Balkan Wars, 1912)

Box 34: 1

Supérieurs sans outillages sont détruits par des inférieurs

Box 34: 2

La vie en commune: guerre

Box 34: 3-7

État

 

Military Service and Militarism

Box 34: 8

Armée nationale

Box 34: 9

Boulangisme

Box 34: 10

Dégénérescence de la France par service militaire

Box 34: 11

Les deux types de société

Box 34: 12

Duel

Box 34: 13

Les erreurs de la carte d'état-major

Box 34: 14

La gloire de la France

Box 34: 15

La guerre sociale

Box 34: 16

Jablochkoff

Box 34: 17

Ouvriers, méfiez-vous!

Box 35: 1

Patrie, 1905

Box 35: 2-7

Patrie

Box 35: 8

Patrie, guerre (diverse writings)

Box 36: 1

La philosophie de l'affaire Dreyfus

Box 36: 2

A propos des anarchistes

Box 36: 3

Protectionisme

Box 36: 4

Recette pour devenir empereur

Box 36: 5

La république et l'armée de Condé

Box 36: 6

Service militaire

Box 36: 7

La suppression des Juifs, 1904

Box 36: 8

Vote proportionnel

 

Pacifism and Neutrality

Box 36: 9

Appel d'un internationaliste aux pacifistes américains

Box 36: 10

Ce que l'honneur national commande aux Italiens

Box 36: 11

Le désarmement des enfants (another copy is in the Social Questions subseries)

Box 36: 12

Fraternité franco-allemande

Box 36: 13

La neutralité

Box 36: 14

La neutralité de la Suisse, 1914

Box 36: 15

Le premier devoir du citoyen suisse, 1914

Box 36: 16

La prétendue ingratitude des Italiens

Box 37: 1

Les trois pacifismes

 

International Relations

Box 37: 2-11

Alsace

Box 38: 1

Cause de la famine en Russie, 1892

Box 38: 2

Conduite de l'Angleterre et de la Russie envers la France

Box 38: 3

Les fautes du gouvernement anglais

Box 38: 4

Langue internationale

Box 38: 5

Richesses des nations

Box 38: 6

Sébastopol et ses environs

Box 38: 7-8

Writings on international relations

Box 38: 9

Miscellany

 

Colonialism

Box 38: 10

Algérie: civilisation, ca. 1912

Box 38: 11

Algérie: la démoralisation coloniale, ca. 1912

Box 38: 12-13

Tripoli

Box 38: 14

Tunisie

 

Religion and Morality

Scope and Content Note

The ways in which religion shapes morality was a crucial subject to AR. This subseries contains the plan, preface, and conclusion for a book on religion, providing an overview of his religious views. The rest of the subseries is organized alphabetically by title, since few of the works are dated. AR went through a spurt of religious writings in the years 1908-1911, but religion occupied his mind throughout his life.
 

Book by AR

Box 39: 1

Plan

Box 39: 2

Préface et conclusion

 

Alphabetical files

Box 39: 3-4

Bible, évangile, 1909-1911

Box 39: 5

Bouddhisme

Box 39: 6

Canonisation laïque

Box 39: 7

Catholicism in the US and in Europe, ca. 1920

Box 39: 8

Christianisme

Box 39: 9

A classer (includes "nationalisme de Jésus et des Juifs")

Box 40: 1

Documents sur la réligion chrétienne

Box 40: 2

Education chrétienne

Box 40: 3

Effets de la religion sur la morale

Box 40: 4-5

L'Eglise et la loi d'évolution, 1888

Box 40: 6

Enquête sur l'état actuel de la morale

Box 40: 7-10

Evangile

Box 40: 11

Génèse de la réligion

Box 40: 12

Histoire de Jésus

Box 41: 1-2

Morale

Box 41: 3

Morale de l'évangile

Box 41: 4

La moralité de la bible, hiver 1909-1910

Box 41: 5-6

Moralité et immoralité

Box 41: 7

Notes, ca. 1901

Box 42: 1

Pourquoi et comment on admire l'évangile et Jésus

Box 42: 2

Pourquoi le christianisme à réussi

Box 42: 3

Résurection

Box 42: 4

Sa personne

 

Science and Medicine

Scope and Content Note

AR had a particular interest in questions of medical science, but he wrote on a variety of scientific subjects. Since much of the work is undated, this subseries is organized in alphabetical order.
Box 43: 1

Algébriste et savant

Box 43: 2-3

Artiste et savant

Box 43: 4

Critique de Novikov's Critique du Darwinisme Sociale

Box 43: 5

Le douleur des autres

Box 43: 6

Génie folle

Box 43: 7

L'hiver en Egypte, 1904

Box 43: 8

L'homme des symboles

Box 43: 9

L'Italie, le froid, hygiène

Box 43: 10

Les médecins

Box 43: 11

Poison pulmonaire, ca. 1885

Box 43: 12

Pourquoi les Chinois, moins que nous, ont réussi en science

Box 43: 13-14

A propos des frontières de la maladie

Box 44: 1

La psychologie de l'ennui

Box 44: 2

Quinine

Box 44: 3

Reliquiae par Jacques Passy (commentaire par Aristide Rieffel)

Box 44: 4

Résumé de l'évolution animale.

Box 44: 5

Révue bibliographique (Les frontières de la maladie par J. Héricourt, 1906)

Box 44: 6

Science, art, moral, ca. 1905

Box 44: 7

Le sucre

Box 44: 8

Le traitement du choléra par le salol

 

Social Questions

Scope and Content Note

This subseries is organized into sections on crime, education, labor issues, and a general category covering broad issues of social organization and legislation.
 

Crime

Box 44: 9

Accoutumance au crime

Box 44: 10

Les justices de la paix

Box 44: 11

Notes on crime and punishment

Box 44: 12

La police à Paris

Box 44: 13

La peine de mort

 

Education

Box 44: 14

Danger social et enseignement

Box 44: 15-16

La démoralisation en Amérique des enfants des immigrés

Box 44: 17

Le désarmement des enfants (second copy in the series War, Peace, and the State)

Box 45: 1

Education et à classer

Box 45: 2

L'enseignement classique est toujours nuisible

 

Labor

Box 45: 3

Auto-organisation

Box 45: 4

Le chômage du dimanche

Box 45: 5

Succès

Box 45: 6

La vanité des grèves

Box 45: 7

Vanité des unions par coercition

 

Social Organization and Legislation

Box 45: 8

Alcoolisme

Box 45: 9

Comment on doit faire la charité

Box 45: 10

Disparition de la bourgeoisie

Box 45: 11

Divorce

Box 45: 12

Empêchements au progrès social

Box 45: 13

Father's Day, 1937

Box 45: 14

Il est absurde de s'assurer

Box 45: 15

Inégalité des hommes

Box 45: 16

Iniquité du mariage légal

Box 45: 17

Juifs français

Box 45: 18

Liberté de la presse

Box 45: 19

Misère et gaspillage

Box 45: 20

La misère et les riches

Box 45: 21

La nocivité des riches

Box 45: 22

Organisation de la ville future

Box 45: 23

Population: les lois de la natalité

Box 45: 24

Pornographie

Box 45: 25

Principe de Rousseau

Box 45: 26

Le progrès social

Box 45: 27

Sagesse

Box 45: 28

Utilité pratique de la sociologie

Box 45: 29

Vanité et immoralité du pragmatisme

Box 46: 1-2

Vote familial

Box 46: 3

Vouloir vivre

Box 46: 4

Miscellany

 

Spiritisme

Scope and Content Note

The pseudo-science of spiritism enjoyed a brief popularity in Europe at the turn of the twentieth century. Several of AR's friends as well a number of prominent people became believers. AR investigated the phenomenon and denounced it as not only a hoax, but a danger to social order.
Box 46: 5

Annales des sciences psychiques, 1905-1906

Box 46: 6

Comment on fonde une religion, ca. 1905

Box 46: 7-8

Coupures, etc., 1905

Box 46: 9

La religion nouvelle, danger social du spiritisme

Box 46: 10

Révue de spiritisme, Luce e Ombra, 1905-1906

 

Series III:  Legal and Financial Papers

Scope and Content Note

Legal documents AR felt were important enough to save, including records of legal proceedings against him in 1880. Also, papers that detail financial arrangements concerning his many inventions.
Box 47: 1

1879. Bills and court papers (stemming from legal action taken against AR by the owner of a furniture shop)

Box 47: 2

1880-1895. Experiments (records of AR's work on various inventions, which were the foundation of what wealth he did achieve)

Box 47: 3

1894-1904. Personal or special (labeled by Mireille Rieffel)

Box 47: 4

1896. Testament d'Adelaïde Rieffel (AR's mother)

Box 47: 5

1896-1902. Financial records

Box 47: 6

1901-1902. Inventions (marine motor; halogen production machine)

Box 47: 7

1901-1902. Crédit Lyonnais

Box 47: 8

1901-1905. Travel records

Box 47: 9

1903-1906. Crédit Lyonnais

Box 47: 10

1905-1906. Travel receipts: Egypte, Algérie, France

Box 47: 11

1931. Miscellaneous legal and financial papers, Santa Barbara

Box 47: 12

Family Legal Papers

Box 47: 13

Medical Prescriptions

Box 47: 14

Old Accounts

 

Series IV:  Additional Material

Scope and Content Note

Includes three discrete sets of material. The first subseries contains various documents and copies of published articles by Rieffel that were added to the collection during 1996. The second series contains copies of Aristide's outgoing correspondence and some articles in book form. The third subseries contains notes, sources, and chapter drafts of Marc-Aurele Rieffel's unfinished biography of his father. The organization remains as he left it.
 

Documents and Published Articles

Box 48: 1

Catéchisme du Diocèse de Paris

Box 48: 2

Daily notes, 1900-1903

Box 48: 3

Daily notes, 1911-1914

Box 48: 4

Le Clairon, 1881

Box 48: 5

Santa Barbara News Press, 1937

Box 48: 6

L'Independant, 1939-1941

Box 48: 7

Published articles, miscellany

Box 48: 8

List of published articles

Box 48: 9

Photographs, 1938 (Aristide Rieffel)

Box 48: 10

Funeral oration, 10-October 1941

 

Pages de copie-lettres

Box 49: 1

1909-1917

Box 49: 2

1917-1918

Box 49: 3

1918-1920

Box 50: 1

1920-1921

Box 50: 2

1921-1924

Box 50: 3

1924-1929

Box 51: 1

1925-1926

 

Marc-Aurele Rieffel's Biography of AR

Box 52: 1

Chapter I: Childhood, 1859-1870

Box 52: 2

Chapter II: Youth, 1870-1876

Box 52: 3

Chapter III: Early Manhood, 1876-1885

Box 52: 4

Chapter IV: Near East, 1885

Box 52: 5

Chapter V: Provence, 1886 and After

Box 52: 6

Chapter VI: Côte d'Azur, 1887 and After

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Chapter VIII: Nobel

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Chapter IX: Search for Peace

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Chapter X: Dreyfus

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Chapter XI: Passy/Hague

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Chapter XI: Passy/Hague

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Chapter XII: Inventor, Divorce, 1896-1900

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Chapter XIII: Remarriage, 1901

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Chapter XIV: Egypt

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Chapter XV: Character and Philosophy

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Chapter XVI: Middle Years, 1901-1915

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Unpublished articles

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Journal articles

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Articles not yet in book

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Photocopies of articles not yet in book

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Extra photocopies of articles

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Notes: bibliothèque nationale

 

Correspondence

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M. Agobert

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N. Lonchyna

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R. Seckel

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C. Belegaud

 

Drafts

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Chapter XII

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Chapter XIII

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Chapter XV

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Chapter XVI

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Chapter XVII

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Notes, 1928-1941

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"When Enough Is Enough" (drama based on AR's life)

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Miscellany