Finding Aid for the Louis Havet Papers LSC.0606
Finding aid prepared by Courtney Dean, 2020.
UCLA Library Special Collections
Online finding aid last updated 2020 December 15.
Room A1713, Charles E. Young Research Library
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1575
Contributing Institution: UCLA Library Special Collections
Title: Louis Havet papers
Creator: Havet, Louis, 1849-1925
Identifier/Call Number: LSC.0606
Physical Description: 3.0 Linear Feet (6 boxes)
Date (inclusive): 1880-1920
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Language of Material: Materials are in French.
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[Identification of item], Louis Havet papers (Collection 606). UCLA Library Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, University of California, Los Angeles.
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UCLA Catalog Record ID: 4233119
Louis Havet was a French philologist and classics scholar, whose publications include La prose métrique de Symmaque et les origines métrique du cursus (1892) and Notes critique sur le texte de Festus (1914).
Collection consists of manuscript notes, proofs and offprints, autograph letters and postcards, lecture notes, documents, and newpaper clippings.