France -- History -- 19th century
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Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS SC 140
Scope and Contents 251 p. handwritten journal (1835-1841) which contains detailed descriptions of various cities in France and England with generalizations about the customs and character of their people. Jozefe describes personal experiences and accounts of the political and industrial development of Europe in 1835, including assassination attempts against Louis Philippe, the cholera epidemic of 1836, the opening of Paris and Versailles railroads, the industrial exhibit of 1839, the unveiling of the...
Mlle Le Normand, her biography and her extraordinary predictions, her dealings with the most illustrious personages of Europe, the Republic, the Directory, the Empire and the Restoration up to the present time
File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 404
Scope and Contents Printed book in French with a typewritten English translation. Part of the title page in French has been destroyed by fire. The translation was done in 1936 by Charlotte Harbin. The biography relates to the life and career of Marie Anne Lenormand (1772?-1843), an important prophetic spiritualist in France. Also inlcuded is a letter believed to have been written by Josephine, Empress of France and wife of Napoleon I, and a letter written by Lenormand and addressed to Louis Philippe, King...