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Papers of Giles Barber relating to private libraries and booksellers, 1961-2009 and n.d. [c.1960-2008]

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MS. 9101/48

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Comprises:
  1. 'Galignani', correspondence and papers relating to John Anthony Galignani (1796-1873), publisher and owner of the first English bookshop established on the continent, in Paris in the early 19th century, 'The Galignani Library', and works published and sold by Galignani, 1961-1989 and n.d. [c.1960-1970]
  2. 'Catalogue de MSS Fr[ançais] concernant la librairie etc.', photocopies of extracts from Bibliothèque Nationale, Catalogue Général des Manuscrits Français, Anciens Petits Fonds Français I Nos. 200065-22884 (Paris: Ernest Leroux, 1898), n.d. [c.1990]
  3. 'Duclos', notes and papers relating to the life and book collection of Father Henri-Louis Duclos (1816-1900), of Saint Girons, historian and art collector, 2008-2009 and n.d. [c.2008]
  4. 'Catalogue Collection Duclos, Bibliothèque municipal de Saint-Girons (Ariège)', photocopy of ‘L’Esprit dans l’Ariège, Collection Duclos’, a manuscript list of the library of Father Henri-Louis Duclos (1816-1900), of Saint Girons, historian and art collector,, n.d. [c.1960]
  5. correspondence and papers relating to the library of Simon Pierre Mérard de Saint-Just (1749-1812), poet and storyteller, 1995-2007 and n.d. [c.2000], mainly comprising notes by Barber and photocopies of publications
  6. microfilm copy of Catalogue des Livres en très petit nombre qui composent la bibliothèque de M[onsieur] M[érard] de S[aint] Just (Paris, 1783), 1999
  7. 'J[acques] A[uguste] D[e] T[hou] etc.', notes and papers relating to the library of Jacques Auguste de Thou (1553-1617), historian and collector, including 'A list of books, formerly the property of J.A. de Thou, now in the Bodleian Library' with notes on bindings and on de Thou’s classification, n.d. [c.1960-1990]

Dates

  • 1961-2009 and n.d. [c.1960-2008]

Extent

7 items

Shelfmark

MS. 9101/48

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

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