FRANC. French Revolution & Napoleon Collections
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence, research materials, publications, and original scholarship collected by David Bien, documenting research on the French Revolution and the ancien régime.
Note to researchers: This collection is in process, and portions remain unavailable to researchers at this time. Please contact FSU Libraries Special Collections & Archives for more information about access to this collection.
Professional files of Dr. Donald D. Horward, including addresses and speeches, awards, committee files, correspondence, research materials, writings, operational and financial records of the Institute on Napoleon and the French Revolution, consortia, conference and congress files, and publications.
Holograph letter written by John D. Bates, Sr. in 1863 to his son, John D. Bates, Jr. of Boston, Mass. The letter relates to the capture of the Confederate cruiser FLORIDA. Also discusses briefly France's offer of the Mexican crown to Maximilian. Along with the letter and its envelope, there are two enclosures. One is a holograph letter from Captain William Lull (1863) to John D. Bates, Sr. in regard to his ship. The other is a handwritten sheet of instructions on firing a furnace.
This collection contains books, artifacts, and manuscripts related to the Napoleonic era and the French Revolution.
Objects, ephemera, and art related to Napoleon and Napoleonic France.
Manuscript, ink on paper, containing an absolution from Pope Pius VII. A small metal crucifix is attached by a braided string and red wax seal.
Literary manuscripts, transcriptions, historical illustrations, and other research materials documenting Proctor Jones's research on Napoleon I and the Napoleonic era.