Halévy, Daniel, French historian and essayist (1872-1962). 1 autograph letter signed, 4 autograph postcards signed, and 1 postcard signed.

Paris and Jouy-en-Josas [postmark], 1942-1957.

12mo and postcard format. Together 6 pp.

 320,00

Correspondence with his friend and publisher Maurice Delamain at Librairie Stock, mostly concerning mutual invitations.

In a letter from 17 June 1947, Halévy announces sending "his pages" to an employee of Librairie Stock, which was probably in connection with the 1948 publication "La vie de Proudhon".

The final postcard, dated 26 March 1957, in which Halévy asks Delamain whether he wants to join a meeting with the professor of German studies Maurice Boucher, is written in a secretarial hand, apparently due to Halévy's deteriorating eyesight. The signature is spidery, and Delamain notes, "signature devenu aveugle".

The letter from 1947 stamped by Stock. Occasional stains and some browning.

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