Daniel-Rops, Henri, French writer (1901-1965). 3 autograph letters signed and 2 autograph postcards signed.

Neuilly-sur-Seine and n. p., 1947-1949.

Various formats. Altogether 4 pp. Together with an autograph envelope.


Charming correspondence with the literary historian Georges Lubin and his wife, mostly invoking their friendship but also discussing work. In a postcard from 17 October 1947, Daniel-Rops asks Lubin to "besiege the various editorial offices" in an unspecified matter, white on 8 January 1949, he motivates him to continue with his work despite the "disappearance of the M. I." - possibly a manuscript. In a beautiful letter from 21 November 1948, Daniel-Rops thanks Lubin's wife for their friendship and encouragement: "Je me réjouis de penser qu'en vous et votre mari a je - malgré les difficultés actuelles - obtenu les promesses et les encouragements. Vous savez combien je souhaite qu'il puisse donner sa mesure [...]".

The postcards with personal lithographed signet of Daniel-Rops. Two of the letters on stationery with Daniel-Rops's Paris address, the third letter on stationery with lithographed letterhead of his house "Eau Vive" in Tresserve, Savoie. The postcard from 1949 with a tear to the lower right corner.

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