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A la louenge de Dieu et de la tressainte a glorieuse Vierge Marie et a l'edification de tous bons Catholiques : ont este commences ces presentes heures a lusaige de Romme tout au long sans riens requerir avec ung commun antiennes suffrages et oraisons de plusieurs sainets a sainctes selon l'edit usaige et plusieurs austres comme on verra en la table. (Hours of the Virgin Mary), 1504

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Identifier: 1000-124
Scope and Contents A book of Hours. "Imprimers nouvellememet a Paris par Gillet Hardouyn libraire demourst au bout du pont nostre Dame deuant Sainct Denis de la Chartre a lenseigne de la rose. Et Germaine Hardouyn demourant entre les deur portres du Palays a lenseigne Sainete Marguerite"--T.p.Hours of the Virgin, use of Rome.Printed and decorated on vellum in Paris, ca. 1504 ; in Latin with title and colophon in French ; text ruled in red by hand in Gothic script 33 lines to a page ;...
Dates: 1504

Algonquin manuscript, 1645

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Identifier: MC-1954-03

Auguste Denis Fougeroux de Bondaroy papers, 1770

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Identifier: 1000-168
Scope and Contents Manuscript papers written by August-Denis Fougeroux de Bondaroy dealing with publication on a projected revision of Duhamel du Monceau's Traite (1755).
Dates: 1770

C. R. Johansen Library

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Identifier: 1000-214
Content Description A small collection attributed to Construction Company owner C. R. Johansen.
To view the catalog, click on the "External Documents" link below, which will take you to the McFarlin book catalog for a list of all the included volumes.
Please note that this is a group of BOOKS and not manuscript materials.
Dates: 1822 - 1833

Charles Becard de Granville Manuscript, Late 17th Century

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Identifier: 63
Scope and Contents Charles Becard de Granville titled this manuscript "Les Rartes des Indes" and it is illustrative of Indian and animal life in northeastern Canada. This album contains 180 pen drawings (some colored) of Indians, plants, and animals of New France (Canada) with manuscript uescriptions in ink. Also contained in the book are two double page maps with gilt-stamped arms of Louis XIV. This work is also commonly referred to as "Codex Canadiensis" and was reproduced in an elite edition of 100 copies by...
Dates: Late 17th Century

Coralea Rothman Library, Undated

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Identifier: 1997-001
Scope and Contents A collection of 'contemporary' French literature collected by Mrs. Coralea Rothman.
To view the catalog, click on the "External Documents" link below, which will take you to the McFarlin book catalog for a list of all the included volumes.
Please note that this is a group of BOOKS and not manuscript materials.
Dates: Undated

Documents pour servir à l’histoire du « jacobinisme » en Europe, 1794-1800.

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Identifier: 2019-030
Content Description Letters and notes from a French emigration agent in the pay of the English during the wars of the Coalition. Documents to serve the history of "Jacobinism" in Europe 1794-1800.
Dates: 1794 - 1800

Jean Louis Berlandier Collection, 1827-1830

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Identifier: MC-1954-17
Scope and Contents Surveyor and scientific observer and member of Mexican Northern Frontier Commission (1827). Journals describing Berlandier’s trip to Mexico, surveys on the Mexican border, and the Indian tribes of Northern Mexico, California and Texas, and water color drawings of natives of Mexico, Texas and California by Lino Sanchez y Tapia. The journals are in French.
Dates: 1827 - 1830

John Heckewelder manuscript, 1820

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Identifier: 1978-026
Scope and Contents An Account of the History, Manners and Customs of the Indian Nations. 1820. Includes a photographic reproduction of a portrait of Johanna Maria Heckewelder, daughter of John Heckwelder, tipped in.

Second translation from the English by Felix Giraud, Ancien Chancel er du Consulat de France a Boston.
Dates: 1820

Osage Coucil Paper, 1787

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Identifier: MC-1964-162
Scope and Contents This is a photostatic copy of a report of a council meeting with the "Grande Osages" at St. Louis in 1787. Auguste Chouteau, the trader, is one of the signers.
Dates: 1787

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