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Manuscript copies of documents in the Bibliothèque Nationale, the Archives Nationales and other archival sources in France, almost all relating to religious questions in the Languedoc region. The copies, which were made at the turn of the century, are contained in 373 volumes. Two collections from the Bibliothèque Nationale make up the major portion of the collection: The Collection de Languedoc (48 v.).
The records consist of an implementation plan, reports, research material, correspondence, database printouts, and manuals documenting the Cambodian Genocide Program at Yale databases. Also includes oral history interviews and recorded visits to Cambodia by members of the Cambodian Genocide Project.
Correspondence, writings, sermons, diaries, account books, poems, and notes of George Colton of West Hartford, Connecticut and four of his sons. The principal figure in the papers is Henry Martyn Colton, who graduated from Yale College in 1848 and established schools in Middletown, Connecticut and New York City. Included in his papers are college lecture notes, sermons together with outlines and notes, poems, diaries, and travel writings.
The papers contain legal documents, correspondence, and miscellaneous papers primarily concerned with Gaston-François-Christophe de Lévis, duc de Ventadour (1794-1863). The papers, in French, primarily relate to inheritance of land in Martinique.
Printed censorship decrees (1626-1789) issued by the Parlement of Paris, provincial Parlements, the Conseil d'Etat du Roi, bishops and archbishops in France, Pope Clemens XI, and others make up the largest part of the French government documents and political pamphlets. Most of the works banned are ecclesiastical. A small amount of political literature and government decrees from the period of the French Revolution and the Napoleonic era are also included.
The collection consists of correspondence related to United States Ambassador to Cambodia Philip Dodson Sprouse, including letters from former secretary of state Dean Acheson and general George C. Marshall.
The papers of Konrad Liberman, a French-Polish physician, linguist, and essayist, consist of three diaries which he kept while a student in Paris and which record the progress of World War II.