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Paris (France)

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

W. G. C. Byvanck papers

 Collection — Folder 1: [31197233635983 ]
Identifier: MSS 3847
Scope and Contents Contains a bound paper photocopy of Byvanck's notes from interviews with impressionist artists in preparation for the book Un Hollandais a Paris en 1891. The impressionists he wrote about include artists such as: Aristide Bruant, Jean Moreas, Ernet Raynaud, Paul Verlaine, Leon Cahun, Claude Monet, Jules Renard, and Maurice Barres. The manuscript was sent to Marcel Schwob (1867-1905), who wrote corrections in the margins. The original is lost.

Franklin Stewart Harris photographs

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS P 340
Overview Photographs taken on multiple trips around the world and in the western United States.

Charles Negre salt print and negative

 Collection — Oversize-folder 1: [31197235225486]
Identifier: MSS 5998
Scope and Contents This collection contains one salt print and its matching paper negative produced by Charles Negre, ca. 1851. The image is titled "Man Sitting on Bench at the Entrance to 21 Quai Boubon, Paris." The image is of the location of Negre's studio. The man in this portrait study could be an assistant, photography student or fellow photographer. The images are 3 13/16 x 2 13/16 in. (97 x 71 mm) and are unmounted.

Wilford E. Smith personal narratives

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 2112
Scope and Contents Includes four volumes of autobiographical writings and two volumes of poems, essays, addresses, messages to his children, and other information. Autobiographical writings reflect his early life in Holladay, Utah, 1916-1934; work for the Civilian Conservation Corps in Utah, 1935; Latter-day Saint mission to New Zealand, 1936-1938; experiences as a student athlete at Brigham Young University, 1939, and the University of Utah, 1940-1943; service as a chaplain in World War II; experiences as a...

Mahonri M. Young papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 4
Scope and Contents Correspondence, sketchbooks, research files, autobiographical files, scrapbooks, and news clippings. Also includes diaries, address and memorandum books, and financial records. Most letters were exchanged with family members and close friends. Primary correspondents included his son, Mahonri Sharp Young; his first wife, Cecilia Sharp Young; and Mary Lightfoot Tarleton, whom he met in Paris after Cecilia died in 1917. Research files include extensive information on other artists.