1936 - 1938 Letters Regarding the Bureau International De Recherches et De Documentation Paris: "...University Men Who have Left Dictatorial Countries for Reasons which Do Honor to Their Character..."
Paris, France. Bureau International De Recherches et De Documentation, 1936. Correspondence. Very Good. Item #028527
Including: 1936 Typed form letter "Dear Friend…." Explaining the purposes of the Bureau, "…a group of exiled scholars…services to scholars outside of France for research in historical, economic, juridical, artistic, literary, scientific and philosophical fields. The Bureau has research correspondents outside of France. It also offers to assist in the buying of books and act as a general intermediary in intellectual activities between scholars…" with an undersigned list of academics and professionals who "…beg to call your attention to this new institution…" including G.A. Borgese of Smith College, Albert Einstein of Princeton's IAS, Frieda Wunderlich and others. With information on the pricing for research and services. 1936 TLS by Serafino Romualdi on International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union NY letterhead sent to Larry S. Daviwo (Davidow?), an attorney in Detroit, regarding the Bureau and promoting it in the U.S.; this mentions enclosing the above circular. 1936 Mimeographed letter, in French; corrected and signed in script by the secretary of the Bureau Dr. Vera Modigliani and addressed to the attorney above. This is accompanied by a copy of a three-page handwritten translation of the French original, accomplished for the attorney and signed Muriel; these copies are on 8 ½" x 14" legal size paper. Other letters are approx. 8 1/2" x 11" size; ILGWU letter with wedge-shaped chip at right margin, no loss of text; old fold lines & edge-wear; in good condition.