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Guide to the Albert Léon Guérard Papers, 1909-1959 M0016
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Letters mainly to Guérard from authors, educators, and statesmen. Includes correspondence relating to world government; pamphlets and correspondence on "auxiliary languages"; and letters to his publishers, Scribner, and T. Fisher Irwin (England). Correspondents include Gertrude Atherton, Bernard Berenson, Van Wyck Brooks, D. W. Brogan, James Branch Cabell, Ernest Dimnet, Dorothy Canfield Fisher, Herbert Hoover, Julian S. Huxley, David Starr Jordan, Thomas Mann, André Maurois, H. L. Mencken, Lewis Mumford, and André Siegfried.
Albert Léon Guérard was born in Paris in 1880 and was educated at the University of Paris, the University of London and the Sorbonne.
1.5 Linear feet
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