Gide, André, 1869-1951
André Gide (1869-1951), French author
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Typescript carbon, corrected, signed with initials.
In paper wrapper.
With insertion, holograph, laid in.
Prepared for the German translator, Kurt Singer.
Autograph manuscript letter, signed, discussing the first proofs and subsequent editing of Gide's Poésies, and arranging a visit. Accompanied by a typescript English translation of the letter.
Autograph manuscript letter, signed, likely to Jacques Des Gachons, concerning text corrections and proofs of an unidentified work. Accompanied by a dealer description.
Autograph manuscript letters, signed, from Gide to Yale University professor Henri Peyre. Three of the letters, dated 1939, were written while Gide was traveling in Egypt, and concern Gide's work, the writing of Taha Hussein, and personal matters. The fourth letter, dated 1950, was written by Gide in Sicily, and he expresses regrets at his declining strength and inability to send Peyre a requested piece of writing. With envelopes. Accompanied by typescript transcriptions of the letters.
19 autograph manuscript letters, signed, from André Gide to Louis Guilloux, discussing personal matters, political writings, and more. Also includes an autograph manuscript letter, signed, from Gide to Charles Grolleau, discussing business matters. Letter to Grolleau is with envelope. Accompanied by a dealer listing.
Autograph letters, signed,  August 6 or 7, to "cher vieux,"about preparations for a trip to a tropical country; and 1925 June 4, to "Madame," declining an invitation.
Autograph manuscript notecard, signed, likely to Jacques Des Gachons, concerning corrections and layouts, including for his Lettre à M. Saint-Georges de Bouhélier. Gide also states that proofs relating to Michel Arnauld are attached. Accompanied by a typescript transcription of the notecard.
Prose poem, AMS.
Accompanied by a holograph transcription which includes "Paysages II: Environs de Haarlem (Avril)"; an offprint of an article concerning publication of the text which was published in Revue du Nord and signed by the author Michel Decaudin; manuscript and typewritten notes by Peter Hoy; and a photocopy of a letter from Peter Hoy to Mr. Grindea[?], 1987 Apr 30.
The Edith Wharton Collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and personal papers relating to the life and career of American author Edith Wharton, as well as letters and research material gathered by Gaillard Lapsley, Percy Lubbock, Oscar Lichtenberg, Georges Markow-Totevy, and Louis Auchincloss.