Getty Research Institute
Collection contains three short personal notes to Madame Aurel and Jean Carrive, and photographs of the first page of a letter to Paul Eluard and of Desnos
Yale University
The Claude Cahun and Suzanne Malherbe Papers consist of holograph and typescript writings by Cahun; memoirs, correspondence, and notes relating to their experiences during World War II; and a small amount of other correspondence and copies of photographs by Cahun. Writings by Cahun (in box 1) include Amor amicitiae, 1913-1914; Confidence aux miroirs, [1945?]; Lyncanion et Thyrcé, undated, with copies of related letters from André Gide to Marc-Adolphe Guégan, 1924; and excerpts from Héroïnes, [circa 1923-1924]
Yale University
Corrected holograph manuscript draft of Contrée, dated 1942, bound by P.L. Martin in 1956 with printed edition (Paris: Robert J. Godet, 1944) and other papers. The printed edition includes four states of an etching by Picasso and Picasso's signature. Other papers include: holograph manuscript draft, dated 1926, of untitled poem; two etchings by Desnos; one black and white photograph of Robert and Youki Desnos by Marc Vaux; and correspondence, two ALS from Robert to Youki, dating from 1933, and one ALS, dating from 1931, from Youki to Robert, with a watercolor illustration by Tsugouharu Foujita
Yale University
Volume contains manuscript and printed material relating to a survey by surrealists on love: the printed statement and questionnaire (in duplicate), manuscript responses, the printed versions of the responses from issue number 12 of La révolution surréaliste (1929), and newspaper clippings. There are 54 manuscript responses to the survey, 47 autograph and seven typescript, addressed to La révolution surréaliste or to André Breton, with revised drafts from Luis Buñuel and Paul Eluard. In additon to Buñuel and Eluard, contributors include well-known artists and writers affiliated with the surrealist movement. Contributors include: Louis Aragon, Jacques Baron, Joë Bouquet, Breton, Blaise Cendrars, René Char, René Crevel, Robert Desnos, Fernand Divoire, Hubert Dujardin, Luc Durtain, Max Ernst, André Gaillard, Maurice Heine, René Magritte, Francis de Miomandre, Paul Nougé, Valentine Penrose, Pierre Renaud, François Ribadeau Dumas, Rolland de Renéville, J.-H. ... Read More
Getty Research Institute
An ensemble of original works and printed matter documenting Brown's intent to build a useable study collection of avant-garde materials, dating from 1916-1995 (bulk 1960-1985). In-depth holdings by artists participating in Fluxus, happenings, concrete, sound and visual poetry, mail art, copy art, rubber stamp printing, new music, and video and performance art underscore her range of interests. The collection's broad scope presents a comprehensive account of alternative movements, distribution networks and exhibition venues of the 1960s and 1970s
Yale University
Two bound volumes, one with holograph manuscript draft, corrected, with dedication to Françoise Baron, dated 1927, and presentation letter to Théodore Fraenkel, dated 1929, the other with corrected galley proof, including a pen and ink drawing on the verso of leaf 29, and the printed version marked "J" in a limited edition on Arches paper (Anvers, 1930). Volumes bound by or for Georges Leroux, 1979
Yale University
Material includes number XIII in a limited edition of Desnos' É́́tat de veille (Paris: "Pour mes Amis" III, 1943), printed for "Monsieur Gisler," a holograph manuscript draft of the poem "Histoire d'un taureau," and original engravings and drawings by Gaston-Louis Roux. The manuscript draft of "Histoire d'un taureau," corrected and undated, is dated 1936 in the printed edition. The printed edition is illustrated with ten engravings by Roux and the volume, bound by Mercher, includes an additional set of the ten engravings, five rejected (refusées) engravings, and one sheet with pen and ink and pencil drawings by Roux
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Description of Normandy after the Fall of France during World War II and the movement of Desnos' regiment to Bernay
Boston Conservatory - Albert Alphin Library
Jean Cocteau -- -- Guillaume Apollinaire -- -- Robert Desnos -- -- Federico Garcia Lorca -- -- Pierre Ronsard -- Toréador (1918) / -- Jean Cocteau -- -- [some anonymous; single songs by Franciszek Kowalski, Stefan Witwicki, Maurycy Goslawski, Raynold Suchodolski] -- -- François Malherbe -- -- Louise de Vilmorin -- -- Paul Éluard -- -- Guillaume Apollinaire -- -- Maurice Fombeure

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