Primarily correspondence and writings [in French] of French philosopher, social scientist, journalist and inventor Rieffel,
who spent his last years in Santa Barbara.
Aristide Rieffel was a French philosopher, social scientist, journalist and inventor whose life spanned eighty-three years,
four continents, and two marriages. Parisian born of Alsatian stock, Rieffel maintained a strong lifelong attachment to his
native France and to Alsace. Though he lived the last twenty-five years of his life in America, he remained thoroughly French.
27 linear feet
(54 document boxes).
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