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Adam, Paul

AuthorAdam, Paul Person
Title L’escapade
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed
LanguageFrench
Physical Description12 pages 35,4 x 15,7 cm
Acquired1911, Charavay (antiquarian bookseller), Paris
Current LocationThe National Library of Israel, JerusalemStandort
Arc. Ms. Var. 305 / 93

Ady, Endre

AuthorAdy, Endre Person
Title Nagy lopások büne
DescriptionAutograph poem signed
LanguageHungarian
Physical Description2 pages 19,3 x 16,8 cm
Acquired"durch Herrn von Terey" ("through Herr von Terey")
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Alembert, Jean Le Rond d'

AuthorAlembert, Jean Le Rond d' Person
Title Application de ma solution du problème des trois corps à l’orbite des Cometes
DescriptionAutograph manuscript, 18 August 1759
LanguageFrench
Physical Description95 pages 19,4 x 15,3 cm, boards
AcquiredNoël Charavay (antiquarian bookseller), Paris
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
A-5.1*

Alfieri, Vittorio

AuthorAlfieri, Vittorio Person
TitleThree poems
DescriptionAutograph manuscript of the poems Oh Cameretta, che già in te chiudesti. È questo il nido, onde i sospir tuoi casti. Saveis i l’è mi ch’ son d’fer, o voi d’ pastia
LanguageItalian
Physical Description2 pages 23,5 x 18,0 cm
Acquired21 October 1926, Leo Liepmannssohn (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin, through Heinrich Rosenberg, Berlin
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Altenberg, Peter

AuthorAltenberg, Peter Person
Title Das neue Kleid
DescriptionAutograph poem signed with autograph annotation: "Abgeschrieben für Karl Düllberg April 1902", together with Die ruhigen Stunden in an envelope inscribed and signed by the author
LanguageGerman
Physical Description4 pages 17,5 x 11,2 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
AuthorAltenberg, Peter Person
Title Die ruhigen Stunden
DescriptionAutograph poem signed with autograph annotation: "Abgeschrieben für Karl Düllberg April 1902", together with Das neue Kleid in an envelope inscribed and signed by the author
LanguageGerman
Physical Description4 pages 17,5 x 11,2 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
AuthorAltenberg, Peter Person
Title Vae victis!
DescriptionAutograph poem signed in an envelope inscribed and signed by the author
LanguageGerman
Physical Description6 pages 17,5 x 11,2 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
AuthorAltenberg, Peter Person
Title Wir wollen nicht kriechen
DescriptionAutograph poem
LanguageGerman
Physical Description6 pages 17,5 x 11,2 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Ampère, André-Marie

AuthorAmpère, André-Marie Person
Title Mr. Ampère a lu à l’académie deux mémoires relatifs à des questions importantes de la théorie de la lumière
DescriptionAutograph draft of a petition to the Academy
LanguageFrench
Physical Description4 pages 30,0 x 19,5 cm
Acquired12 October 1929, stock catalogue 972, James Tregaskis (antiquarian bookseller), London
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
A-7.1

Andersen, Hans Christian

AuthorAndersen, Hans Christian Person
Title Fest-Sang til Landsoldaten
DescriptionAutograph poem signed, 1851
LanguageDanish
Physical Description2 pages 27,2 x 21,2 cm
Acquired29 May 1940, Eisemann (antiquarian bookseller), London
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 132
AuthorAndersen, Hans Christian Person
Title Was ich liebe
DescriptionAutograph translation of his poem Hvad jeg elsker signed
LanguageGerman
Physical Description1 page 22,1 x 16,1 cm
Acquired18 November 1909, Sale 95, C. G. Boerner (antiquarian bookseller), Leipzig
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Andrian-Werburg, Leopold von

AuthorAndrian-Werburg, Leopold von Person
Title Garten der Erkenntnis
DescriptionAutograph manuscript
LanguageGerman
Physical Description98 pages 22,1 x 19,7 cm, notebook
Acquiredgift of Robert Michel, accompanied by a note by Stefan Zweig with information regarding the manuscript and requesting that it be returned to Michel on request
Current LocationTheatermuseum, WienStandort
VM 376 Zw

Angelus Silesius

AuthorAngelus Silesius Person
Parties InvolvedSchertzer, Johann Adam Person
Title Extra Ecclesiam non est salus, in quâ Deo servire regnare est
DescriptionAutograph album leaf signed, 8 May 1674, with a polemical pamphlet by his former opponent, the theologian Johann Adam Schertzer, sewn to it two years later
LanguageLatin
Physical Description1 page 11,9 x 16,6 cm
AcquiredMay 1925, Sale 104, Karl Ernst Henrici (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Aretino, Pietro

AuthorAretino, Pietro Person
Title Ciri[n]go frate
DescriptionAutograph manuscript, including three letters to the antiquarian book seller Vincenzo Moretti regarding this manuscript
LanguageGerman
Physical Description29 pages 31,0 x 21,5 cm, boards
AcquiredVincenzo Moretti, Bottega dei Libri, Rome
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Arndt, Ernst Moritz

AuthorArndt, Ernst Moritz Person
TitleTwo poems
DescriptionAutograph poems Die Selbstvergötzung an X and Dem Profeßor K. A. Rudolphi zu seiner Vermälung die Studenten mit einem Fackelzug
LanguageGerman
Physical Description4 pages 20,8 x 17,5 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Arnim, Achim von

AuthorArnim, Achim von Person
Title Der Leuchtthurm
DescriptionAutograph poem
LanguageGerman
Physical Description4 pages 22,7 x 18,7 cm
ProvenanceGustav Könnecke
Acquired22 February 1926, Sale 107, Karl Ernst Henrici (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Arnim, Bettina von

AuthorArnim, Bettina von Person
Title Petofy dem Sonnengotte
DescriptionAutograph poem with authentication by Moriz Carriere at the upper edge
LanguageGerman
Physical Description2 pages 28,7 x 23,2 cm
Acquired1921, auction, Karl Ernst Henrici (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Auernheimer, Raoul

AuthorAuernheimer, Raoul Person
Title Die glücklichste Zeit
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed
LanguageGerman
Physical Description98 pages 21,6 x 17,3 cm, leather binding stored in a cardboard box (bound by E. A. Enders, Leipzig)
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationTheatermuseum, WienStandort
VM 377 Zw
AuthorAuernheimer, Raoul Person
Title Die große Leidenschaft
DescriptionAutograph manuscript. No further information available
LanguageGerman
Acquiredgift of the author
Current Locationunknown

Augier, Emile

AuthorAugier, Emile Person
Title À Rachel
DescriptionAutograph poem signed
LanguageFrench
Physical Description1 page 26,0 x 20,5 cm
Acquired1925, Victor Lemasle (antiquarian bookseller), Paris
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
A-22.1

Bab, Julius

AuthorBab, Julius Person
Title Adalbert Matkowski
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed
LanguageGerman
Physical Description53 pages 21,6 x 17,4 cm, vellum binding with ties
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationTheatermuseum, WienStandort
VM 378 Zw

Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel

ComposerBach, Carl Philipp Emanuel Person
Title Ich hoff’ auf Gott, mit festem Muth
DescriptionSong for voice with piano accompaniment, 1785
LanguageGerman
Physical Description8 pages Quer-8°
Acquiredunknown
Current Locationunknown

Bach, Johann Sebastian

ComposerBach, Johann Sebastian Person
Title Der alte Drache brennt vor Neid
DescriptionBWV 130, revised bass aria [no. 3] from the cantata Herr Gott, dich loben alle wir , orchestra part for viola, ca. 1730 (?)
LanguageGerman
Physical Description2 pages 35,7 x 22,2 cm
Acquiredunknown (probably acquired together with the cantata Herr Gott, dich loben alle wir )
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
ComposerBach, Johann Sebastian Person
Parties InvolvedMeißner, Christian Gottlob Person
Title Herr Gott, dich loben alle wir
DescriptionBWV 130, cantata, orchestra part for viola, musical manuscript by Christian Gottlob Meißner with corrections by Johann Sebastian Bach, 1724
Physical Description2 pages 35,7 x 21,3 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 2
ComposerBach, Johann Sebastian Person
Parties InvolvedMeißner, Christian Gottlob Person
Title Komm, Gott Schöpfer, heiliger Geist and Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend
DescriptionBWV 631a and 632, choral preludes from the Orgelbüchlein . Johann Sebastian Bach's music copied by Christian Gottlob Meißner, ca. 1730, inscribed by Robert Schumann: "Handschrift von J. S. Bach. (Von Mendelssohn’s Frau geschenkt)"
Physical Description2 pages 16,8 x 20,0 cm
Acquired2 March 1932, from Robert Schumann's grandson Robert Sommerhof
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 3
ComposerBach, Johann Sebastian Person
Title Suite
DescriptionBWV Anh. II 80, piano piece, ca. 1705 (?)
Physical Description4 pages 33,0 x 19,5 cm
AcquiredThe autograph was not discovered until 1929, by Manfred Gorke, and must have been purchased by Stefan Zweig soon afterwards.
Current LocationStanford University, Memorial Library of Music, Stanford, CAStandort
ComposerBach, Johann Sebastian Person
Title Wo soll ich fliehen hin?
DescriptionBWV 5, cantata for four-part choir, solo voices, and orchestra, 1724
LanguageGerman
Physical Description12 pages 35,7 x 22,3 cm
ProvenanceWilhelm Heyer
Acquired29 September 1927, Sale 122, Karl Ernst Henrici (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 1

Bach, Wilhelm Friedemann

ComposerBach, Wilhelm Friedemann Person
Title Concerto in D-Dur für Flöte [und Streicher]
DescriptionFlute part, attribution to Wilhelm Friedemann Bach unconfirmed, possibly written by Johann Gottlieb Graun or Carl Heinrich Graun, ca. 1740 (?). Inscribed by the previous owner, Friedrich Wilhelm Jähns: "Handschrift von Friedemann Bach, Sohn des großen Joh. Sebastian Bach. Ächtheit nach Vergleichung von authentischen Originale der Berliner Königl. Bibliothek von F. W. Jähns"
Physical Description2 pages 33,0 x 20,5 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 4

Bahr, Hermann

AuthorBahr, Hermann Person
Title Der Isenheimer Altar
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed
LanguageGerman
Physical Description12 pages 23,1 x 14,9 cm
Acquired1 May 1921, gift of Anna Bahr-Mildenburg
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Bailly, Jean Sylvain

AuthorBailly, Jean Sylvain Person
Title Extraits pour l’histoire indien
DescriptionFragment of an autograph manuscript, 1787
LanguageFrench
Physical Description21 pages 19,7 x 15,5 cm
AcquiredMarch 1931, David Salomon (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
B-9.1

Balzac, Honoré de

AuthorBalzac, Honoré de Person
TitleAutograph letter signed to Jean Thomassy
Description1823
LanguageFrench
Physical Description1 page 19,1 x 14,7 cm
Acquired14 May 1940, Maggs Bros. (antiquarian booksellers), London
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 134
AuthorBalzac, Honoré de Person
Title La Messe de l’Athée
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed (one page in a different hand?)
LanguageFrench
Physical Description15 pages 26,7 x 21,0 cm
Acquired18 December 1909, through intermediation of Charavay (antiquarian booksellers), Paris
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
B-10.1
AuthorBalzac, Honoré de Person
Title Monographie de la Presse Parisienne [Fragment I]
DescriptionFragment of a galley proof with numerous autograph insertions, annotations, and corrections
LanguageFrench
Physical Description2 pages 23,1 x 16,0 cm
Acquired29 January 1940, Eisemann (antiquarian bookseller), London
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 135
AuthorBalzac, Honoré de Person
Title Monographie de la Presse Parisienne [Fragment II]
DescriptionFragment of a galley proof with numerous autograph insertions, annotations, and corrections
LanguageFrench
Physical Description2 pages 27,0 x 14,0 cm, framed
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 216
AuthorBalzac, Honoré de Person
Title Monographie de la Presse Parisienne [Fragment III]
DescriptionFragment of a galley proof with numerous autograph insertions, annotations, and corrections
LanguageFrench
Physical Description2 pages 27,0 x 21,0 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationBiblioteca Nacional, Rio de JaneiroStandort
I-7, 7, 13 No. 5
AuthorBalzac, Honoré de Person
Title Une ténébreuse affaire
DescriptionGalley proof with numerous autograph insertions, annotations, and corrections. Title-page and chapter headings in a different hand, 1841
LanguageFrench
Physical Description731 pages 26,3 x 23,0 cm, leather binding
Acquired30 March 1914, Auguste Blaizot (antiquarian bookseller), Paris
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 133

Bang, Herman

AuthorBang, Herman Person
Title Tine
DescriptionAutograph manuscript of a novel signed
LanguageDanish
Physical Description145 pages 23,5 x 18,5 cm, wrappers
AcquiredHenning Oppermann, Basel
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Banville, Thédore de

AuthorBanville, Thédore de Person
Title L’Ange. L’Aveugle.
DescriptionTwo autograph poems signed
LanguageFrench
Physical Description1 page 21,0 x 21,0 cm
AcquiredApril 1925, Noël Charavay (antiquarian bookseller), Paris
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
B-12.1*

Barbey d’Aurevilly, Jules Amédée

AuthorBarbey d’Aurevilly, Jules Amédée Person
Title Raccordez que nous en a-t-il dit?
DescriptionAutograph manuscript fragment signed "Junius"
LanguageFrench
Physical Description3 pages 30,5 x 19,7 cm
Acquired1912, auction, Noël Charavay (antiquarian bookseller), Paris
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
B-13.2

Barlaeus, Caspar

AuthorBarlaeus, Caspar Person
Title Illustrissimus glorios[issimus] mem[oria] princeps Mauritius
DescriptionAutograph manuscript of a eulogy for Maurice, Prince of Orange
LanguageLatin
Physical Description2 pages 30,8 x 19,7 cm
Acquired9 September 1927, through Erik von Scherling, Leiden
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Barrès, Maurice

AuthorBarrès, Maurice Person
Title On demande au Parlement Trente millions.
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed
LanguageGerman
Physical Description5 pages 22,3 x 21,0 cm, assembled from smaller parts
Acquired1911, Charavay (antiquarian bookseller), Paris
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
B-17.1

Bartsch, Rudolf Hans

AuthorBartsch, Rudolf Hans Person
Title Zwölf aus der Steiermark
DescriptionAutograph manuscript
LanguageGerman
Physical Description231 pages 34,8 x 21,8 cm, vellum binding with ties
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationTheatermuseum, WienStandort
VG 379 Zw

Bataille, Henry

AuthorBataille, Henry Person
Title A Réjane (pour celebrer sa decoration)
DescriptionAutograph poem signed, 30 January 1920
LanguageFrench
Physical Description1 page 27,0 x 20,7 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
B-20.1

Baudelaire, Charles

AuthorBaudelaire, Charles Person
Title Les sept vieillards. Les petites vieilles
DescriptionTwo autograph poems from Les fleurs du mal , with a handwritten annotation by Victor Hugo, the dedicatee, 1859
LanguageFrench
Physical Description4 pages 20,8 x 13,3 cm
Acquired23 August 1927, Noël Charavay (antiquarian bookseller), Paris
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 136
AuthorBaudelaire, Charles Person
Title Notes des articles que je puis faire pour Mr. de Calonne
DescriptionAutograph manuscript, 1861
LanguageFrench
Physical Description1 page 21 x 13,6 cm
Acquired4 October 1912, Charavay (antiquarian bookseller), Paris
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
B-21.3

Bäuerle, Adolf

AuthorBäuerle, Adolf Person
Title Theaterkritik im Mond
DescriptionAutograph manuscript
LanguageGerman
Physical Description6 pages 8°
AcquiredSeptember 1913, Karl Ernst Henrici (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current Locationunknown

Bauernfeld, Eduard von

AuthorBauernfeld, Eduard von Person
Title Der Zweifler. Lustspiel in I Act
DescriptionAutograph manuscript, 1827
LanguageGerman
Physical Description64 pages 20,2 x 12,8 cm, notebook in cardboard folder
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Beardsley, Aubrey

AuthorBeardsley, Aubrey Person
Title The Three Musicians
DescriptionAutograph poem signed
LanguageEnglish
Physical Description8 pages 12,9 x 20,4 cm
ProvenanceJohn Lane
Acquired11 March 1929, stock catalogue 159, Frank Hollings Bookshop, London
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Bechstein, Ludwig

AuthorBechstein, Ludwig Person
Title Eulenspiegel, blicke nieder
DescriptionAutograph poem with caricature. No further information available
LanguageGerman
Physical Description2 pages 4°
Acquiredunknown
Current Locationunknown

Becque, Henry

AuthorBecque, Henry Person
Title Le Droit des Pauvres
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed
LanguageFrench
Physical Description7 pages 30,5 x 23,0 cm
Acquired1 April 1914, auction, Hotel Drouot, Paris
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
B-26.2

Beer-Hofmann, Richard

AuthorBeer-Hofmann, Richard Person
Title Der junge David
DescriptionAutograph manuscript, sketches for Scene VII, 1933
LanguageGerman
Physical Description9 pages 27,8 x 22,6 cm
AcquiredSeptember 1933, gift of the author
Current LocationTheatermuseum, WienStandort
VM 380 Zw

Beethoven, Ludwig van

AuthorBeethoven, Ludwig van Person
TitleCopies of five poems
DescriptionAutograph manuscript, 1815 (?), from Johann Gottfried von Herder's book Morgenländische Blumenlese and notes on observations of nature
LanguageGerman
Physical Description4 pages 33,8 x 21,3 cm
AcquiredMarch 1931, Erich Carlsohn (antiquarian bookseller), Leipzig
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 15
Person AffectedBeethoven, Ludwig van Person
Title Ansuchen und Quittung
DescriptionList of the collection for Beethoven's housekeepers, signed by the contributors (including the publishers Haslinger, Artaria, and Diabelli, the piano builder Conrad Graf, baron Johann Baptist von Pasqualati, the musicians Kreisler, Ignaz Schuppanzigh, and Carl Czerny, and Beethoven's friends Ferdinand Pieringer and Karl Holz), with the receipts of the beneficiaries Barbara Ripplin and Rosalie Sch... ("Sali"), 6 April 1827 and 8 May 1827
LanguageGerman
Physical Description4 pages 37,6 x 23,6 cm
Acquired1940, Heinrich Eisemann (antiquarian bookseller), London
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 213
Person AffectedBeethoven, Ludwig van Person
TitleBeethoven on his deathbed
DescriptionDrawing by Josef Danhauser (with parts of a lithographed landscape on verso) captioned: "Beethoven | Den 28ten März an seinem | Todtenbette gezeichnet zum | Zwecke einer Lithographie", copy of the 1827 original
Physical Description1 Leaf 22,7 x 18,0 cm
ProvenanceOtto Strakosch
Acquired19 June 1939, Sotheby's Auctions & Co., London, through Heinrich Eisemann (antiquarian bookseller), London
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 30
ComposerBeethoven, Ludwig van Person
Title Der Kuß („Ich war bey Chloen ganz allein“)
DescriptionOp. 128, ariette with piano accompaniment, words by Christian Felix Weiße, 1822
LanguageGerman
Physical Description2 pages 30,8 x 34,8 cm, red full leather portfolio
Acquired27 April 1928, Sale 132, Karl Ernst Henrici (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 10
ComposerBeethoven, Ludwig van Person
Title Die Trommel gerühret
DescriptionOp. 84 no. 1, sketch for Clärchen's first song from the music for the tragedy Egmont by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, 1809-1810. Inscribed in the margin in a different hand: "Dem Herrn Moritz Hauptman. Ludwig van Beethoven’s Handschrift." and an entry by Vincent d’Indy: "Egmont = Esquisses du premiere Lied du Clärchen: 'Die Trommel gerührt' (Provient de la collection Bovet) V. I."
LanguageGerman
Physical Description2 pages 23,0 x 29,2 cm
ProvenanceVincent d’Indy
Acquired20 January 1933, Andrieux (antiquarian bookseller), Paris, through Simon Kra (antiquarian bookseller), Paris
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 8
AuthorBeethoven, Ludwig van Person
TitleAutograph letter (not signed) to Stephan von Breuning
LanguageGerman
Physical Description2 pages 25,7 x 39,5 cm, framed
Acquired1929, from the von Breuning family, Vienna, through Heinrich Hinterberger, Vienna
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 208
Person AffectedBeethoven, Ludwig van Person
Title Einladung zu Ludwig van Beethoven’s Leichenbegängniss
DescriptionPrinted obituary, March 1827
LanguageGerman
Physical Description1 page 14,5 x 20,5 cm, framed
Acquired1940, Heinrich Eisemann (antiquarian bookseller), London
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 211
Person AffectedBeethoven, Ludwig van Person
TitleCash box
DescriptionWood, polished black, with removable insert. Includes statement of provenance by Gerhard von Breuning
Physical Description 8 x 21 x 16 cm
Acquired1929, from the von Breuning family, Vienna, through Heinrich Hinterberger, Vienna
Current LocationBeethoven-Haus Bonn, BonnStandort
HCB V 9b
Person AffectedBeethoven, Ludwig van Person
TitleA lock of hair
DescriptionCut off by the singer Ludwig Cramolini on Beethoven's deathbed on 28 March 1827. With a letter of authenticity and a portrait photograph of Cramolini to the singer Theodor Wachtel, to whom he had presented the lock.
Physical Description
Acquired15 July 1929, after the auction, Karl Ernst Henrici (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationBeethoven-Haus Bonn, BonnStandort
HCB V 10
Person AffectedBeethoven, Ludwig van Person
TitlePortable writing desk
DescriptionHardwood, polished yellow, collapsible. Includes statement of provenance by Gerhard von Breuning
Physical Description 19,2 x 47 x 27 cm
Acquired1929, from the von Breuning family, Vienna, through Heinrich Hinterberger, Vienna
Current LocationBeethoven-Haus Bonn, BonnStandort
HCB V 9a
ComposerBeethoven, Ludwig van Person
Title Harmonie auf dem Theater
DescriptionOp. 113 no. 5, piece for wind orchestra from the music for the play Die Ruinen von Athen by August von Kotzebue, 1811
Physical Description2 pages 22,4 x 28,0 cm
Acquired20 May 1930, Sale 159, Leo Liepmannssohn (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 9
AuthorBeethoven, Ludwig van Person
TitleGrocery list [I]
DescriptionAutograph manuscript
LanguageGerman
Physical Description2 pages 39,0 x 24,3 cm
Acquired9 November 1932, Sale 63, Leo Liepmannssohn (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 209
AuthorBeethoven, Ludwig van Person
TitleGrocery list [II]
DescriptionAutograph manuscript
LanguageGerman
Physical Description2 pages 39,4 x 24,7 cm, framed
Acquired20 May 1931, Sale 61, Leo Liepmannssohn (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 209
ComposerBeethoven, Ludwig van Person
Title Kurz ist der Schmerz
DescriptionWoO 166, round on an album leaf, 3 March 1815, words by Friedrich Schiller from Die Jungfrau von Orleans . Inscribed to Louis Spohr at the end: "Mögten sie doch lieber Spohr überall, wo sie wahre Kunst und wahre Künstler finden, gerne meiner gedenken ihres Freundes Ludwig van Beethoven", one correction inserted by Spohr under the last line of music
LanguageGerman
Physical Description1 page 10,3 x 15,7 cm
AcquiredMay 1928, Karl Ernst Henrici (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 11
Person AffectedBeethoven, Ludwig van Person
TitleCompass needle
DescriptionCompass with statement of provenance by Gerhard von Breuning
Physical Description 6,8 x 6,8 cm
Acquired1929, from the von Breuning family, Vienna, through Heinrich Hinterberger, Vienna
Current LocationBeethoven-Haus Bonn, BonnStandort
HCB V 9c
ComposerBeethoven, Ludwig van Person
Parties InvolvedMalfatti, Therese Person
Title Mignon („Kennst du das Land wo die Zitronen blüh’n“)
DescriptionOp. 75 no. 1, first of the Sechs Gesänge , words by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, (1809?), all of the text and substantial parts of the music are written by Therese Malfatti. Corrections and autograph note by Beethoven: "Nb: Die Verschönerungen der Fraülein [!] Therese in diesem Lied hat der Autor gewag[t] an das Tageslicht zu befördern Beethowen"
LanguageGerman
Physical Description7 pages 24,2 x 32,3 cm
Acquiredunknown; possibly the autograph was owned by someone else and was merely procured by Stefan Zweig for the antiquarian bookseller Hinterberger
Current LocationBeethoven-Haus Bonn, BonnStandort
Mh 41
Person AffectedBeethoven, Ludwig van Person
TitleMiniature [I]
DescriptionWatercolour and gouache on ivory, showing an unidentified lady, supposedly countess Giulietta Guicciardi. Probably found in the drawer of Beethoven's writing desk
Physical Description 7,3 x 5,8 cm
Acquired1929, from the von Breuning family, Vienna, through Heinrich Hinterberger, Vienna
Current LocationBeethoven-Haus Bonn, BonnStandort
HCB V 9d
Person AffectedBeethoven, Ludwig van Person
TitleMiniature [II]
DescriptionWatercolour and gouache on ivory, showing an unidentified lady, formerly identified as countess Anna Maria Erdödy. Probably found in the drawer of Beethoven's writing desk
Physical Description 7,1 x 5,7 cm, in green leather slipcase
Acquired1929, from the von Breuning family, Vienna, through Heinrich Hinterberger, Vienna
Current LocationBeethoven-Haus Bonn, BonnStandort
HCB V 9e
AuthorBeethoven, Ludwig van Person
TitleNotes and journal entries
DescriptionAutograph manuscript, 1792–1794
LanguageGerman
Physical Description42 pages 15,5 x 9,4 cm, notebook bound in blue boards, stored in gilt-stamped leather case (bound by Bayntun, Bath)
Acquired4 June 1929, Sotheby's Auctions & Co., London
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 14
Person AffectedBeethoven, Ludwig van Person
TitleReceipt
Description Quittung über die Beiträge zur Leichenbegängnies des Wohlgebohrnen berühmten Tondichters sellig Herrn Ludwig von Beethovens , written by the "bürgerlich-magistratischen Konducktsansager" Andreas Zeller, 31 March 1827
LanguageGerman
Physical Description4 pages 36,5 x 21,9 cm
Acquired1940, Heinrich Eisemann (antiquarian bookseller), London
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 212
Person AffectedBeethoven, Ludwig van Person
TitleWriting desk
DescriptionPolished walnut with bronze fittings. Includes statement of provenance by Gerhard von Breuning
Physical Description 110 x 142 x 78 cm
Acquired1929, from the von Breuning family, Vienna, through Heinrich Hinterberger, Vienna
Current LocationBeethoven-Haus Bonn, BonnStandort
HCB V 9
Person AffectedBeethoven, Ludwig van Person
TitleSilver cream ladle
DescriptionWith statement of provenance by Gerhard von Breuning (preserved at the Beethoven-Haus in Bonn), presented by Stephan von Breuning to his son's piano teacher, Anton Heller, who had the words "L. von Beethoven, gestorben 26. März 1827" engraved on one side and his initials "A. H." on the other. Later bequeathed back to Gerhard von Breuning
Acquired1929, from the von Breuning family, Vienna, through Heinrich Hinterberger, Vienna
Current Locationunknown; last recorded in a list of Stefan Zweig: "Leider noch in Wien" ("Unfortunately still in Vienna")
ComposerBeethoven, Ludwig van Person
TitleSketchleaf of unidentified pieces and the piano sonata op. 110
DescriptionNo further information available
Physical Description2 pages
Acquiredunknown
Current Locationunknown
Person AffectedBeethoven, Ludwig van Person
TitleSketchbook containing three drawings of Beethoven on his deathbed
DescriptionDrawings by Josef Eduard Teltscher, 1827
Physical Description2 leaves 18,1 x 22,0 cm, boards
Acquired1931, from August Heymann
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 207
Person AffectedBeethoven, Ludwig van Person
TitleViolin
DescriptionWith statement of provenance by Gerhard von Breuning (preserved at the Beethoven-Haus in Bonn). Reportedly a small Schwarzwald violin in a green lacquer wooden case, the instrument on which Beethoven learned to play.
Acquired1929, from the von Breuning family, Vienna, through Heinrich Hinterberger, Vienna
Current Locationunknown; last recorded in a list of Stefan Zweig: "Leider noch in Wien" ("Unfortunately still in Vienna")
AuthorBeethoven, Ludwig van Person
TitleLaundry list
DescriptionAutograph manuscript, captioned on verso by Anton Schindler: "Der letzte Wäschzettel von Beethoven"
LanguageGerman
Physical Description2 pages 26,0 x 20,7 cm, framed
Acquired1929, from the von Breuning family, Vienna, through Heinrich Hinterberger, Vienna
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 210

Bellini, Vincenzo

ComposerBellini, Vincenzo Person
Title O contento desiato ... O bel giorno desiato
DescriptionSketch for an aria of Filippo from the opera Bianca e Fernando
LanguageItalian
Physical Description1 page 21,0 x 27,0 cm
AcquiredJuly 1938, Francesco Torrini (antiquarian bookseller), Milan
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 16

Bellman, Carl Michael

AuthorBellman, Carl Michael Person
TitleAutograph letter signed to an unidentified recipient
Description15 March 1786
LanguageSwedish
Physical Description8 pages 33,6 x 21,0 cm
Acquired21 October 1926, Sale 48, Leo Liepmannssohn (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin, through Heinrich Rosenberg, Berlin
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Bennett, Arnold

AuthorBennett, Arnold Person
Title Books and Persons
DescriptionAutograph draft of a review of books for the Evening Standard of 23 February 1928, including the book Conflicts by Stefan Zweig
LanguageEnglish
Physical Description2 pages 26,0 x 20,0 cm
Acquired1939, gift of the publisher Charles Archibald Stonehill
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 137

Béranger, Pierre Jean de

AuthorBéranger, Pierre Jean de Person
Title Chansons du cahier de 1834 à 1838
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed, accompanied by two leaves of corrections and notes
LanguageFrench
Physical Description76 pages 20,0 x 16,5 cm, sewn
ProvenanceFatio collection
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
B-35.1*

Bierbaum, Otto Julius

AuthorBierbaum, Otto Julius Person
Title Im Schlosse Mirabel
DescriptionAutograph poem signed
LanguageGerman
Physical Description2 pages 36,0 x 22,4 cm
Acquired28 August 1911, C. G. Boerner (antiquarian bookseller), Leipzig
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
AuthorBierbaum, Otto Julius Person
Title Lied aus Bethlehem
DescriptionAutograph poem signed
LanguageGerman
Physical Description1 page 30,5 x 13,5 cm
Acquiredreceived from the editors of Zeit
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Binding, Rudolf G.

AuthorBinding, Rudolf G. Person
Title Die Vogelscheuche
DescriptionAutograph manuscript of the novella signed twice, 28-30 June 1910
LanguageGerman
Physical Description12 pages 33,0 x 20,9 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
AuthorBinding, Rudolf G. Person
Title War aus Sonnenglanz und Märchenduft ein zartes Wesen
DescriptionAutograph poem signed, 31 July 1910
LanguageGerman
Physical Description1 page 7,3 x 19,7 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Bizet, Georges

AuthorBizet, Georges Person
Title Causerie Musicale
DescriptionAutograph essay manuscript, signed with the anagram "Gaston de Betzi", 1867
LanguageFrench
Physical Description12 pages 30,9 x 21,0 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
B-49.2
ComposerBizet, Georges Person
Title Causerie sentimentale No 5
DescriptionPiano piece in B flat minor
Physical Description1 page 34,7 x 26,9 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Bjørnson, Bjørnstjerne

AuthorBjørnson, Bjørnstjerne Person
Title Der går et stille tog
DescriptionAutograph poem
LanguageNorwegian
Physical Description2 pages 17,5 x 22,5 cm
AcquiredDecember 1926, catalogue 264, J. A. Stargardt (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
AuthorBjørnson, Bjørnstjerne Person
Title Krigsmoralen ag Fredsmoralen
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed
LanguageNorwegian
Physical Description4 pages 13,6 x 21,2 cm
ProvenanceHans Meyer
Acquired1933, catalogue 31, Hellmut Meyer & Ernst (antiquarian booksellers), Berlin
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Blake, William

AuthorBlake, William Person
Title King John
DescriptionPencil drawing, captioned "King John" at bottom right
Physical Description1 Leaf 25,4 x 19,9 cm
Acquired1906, from Archibald G. B. Russell, London
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
AuthorBlake, William Person
Title The Complaint of Job / Standing Figure
DescriptionPen-and-ink drawing: preliminary study for Blake's illustrations of the Book of Job, on verso a pencil drawing of a standing figure, ca. 1785
Physical Description1 Leaf 32,5 x 46,0 cm
AcquiredDecember 1928, Sotheby's Auctions, London, through Maggs Bros. (antiquarian booksellers), London
Current LocationError in LocationSearch:

Blanc, Louis

AuthorBlanc, Louis Person
Title A Victor Hugo
DescriptionAutograph manuscript of an open letter signed, 1871
LanguageFrench
Physical Description15 pages 20,9 x 13,4 cm, assembled from smaller pieces
Acquired1931, David Salomon (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
B-52.1

Blum, Robert

AuthorBlum, Robert Person
Title Bilder aus Schillers Werken
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed, 11 November 1843
LanguageGerman
Physical Description14 pages 22,1 x 17,7 cm, sewn
Acquired1913, Richard Bertling (antiquarian bookseller), Dresden
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Blumauer, Alois

AuthorBlumauer, Alois Person
Title Der Alchimist
DescriptionAutograph poem, originally accompanied by a letter card with autograph signature
LanguageGerman
Physical Description4 pages 18,5 x 11,5 cm
AcquiredJune 1912, Sale X, Karl Ernst Henrici (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationError in LocationSearch:
AuthorBlumauer, Alois Person
Title Die Försterin des Nachts, wo er Sich nun im Schnippen übte ...
DescriptionAutograph manuscript fragment from his Aeneid travesty
LanguageGerman
Physical Description12 pages 19,5 x 12,1 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Boccherini, Luigi

ComposerBoccherini, Luigi Person
Title Catalogo delle opere de me Luigi Boccherini cedute in tutta Proprietá al Sigr. Ignazio Pleyel
DescriptionAutograph manuscript of a thematic oeuvre catalogue signed twice, 14 November 1796. Annotations by a notary and several stamps on the fourth page
Physical Description4 pages 31,0 x 21,8 cm
ProvenanceSpeyer collection
Acquired1934 or 1935
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 18

Bode, Wilhelm von

AuthorBode, Wilhelm von Person
Title Zum 400jährigen Todestag Peter Vischers des Ältern
DescriptionAutograph manuscript
LanguageGerman
Physical Description7 pages 19,5 x 14,0 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationThe National Library of Israel, JerusalemStandort
Arc. Ms. Var. 305 / 94

Bodenstedt, Friedrich

AuthorBodenstedt, Friedrich Person
Title CVIII Was kann das Hirn durch Dinte offenbaren
DescriptionAutograph poem, lacking a signed slip of paper formerly mounted underneath
LanguageGerman
Physical Description1 page 22,0 x 14,5 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationError in LocationSearch:
AuthorBodenstedt, Friedrich Person
Title Die Waise
DescriptionAutograph poem, stamped "F. V BODENSTEDT" at bottom and on reverse
LanguageGerman
Physical Description1 page 21,2 x 17,3 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationError in LocationSearch:
AuthorBodenstedt, Friedrich Person
Title Wenn das Glück
DescriptionAutograph poem with author's name written on a mounted slip of paper clipped from an envelope, stamped "BODENSTEDT" at bottom and on reverse
LanguageGerman
Physical Description1 page 16,8 x 11,7 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationError in LocationSearch:

Bojer, Johan

AuthorBojer, Johan Person
TitleAutograph letter signed to an unidentified recipient
DescriptionHarpefoss, 1 December 1913
LanguageNorwegian
Physical Description3 pages 20,0 x 14,0 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationThe National Library of Israel, JerusalemStandort
Arc. Ms. Var. 305 / 95
AuthorBojer, Johan Person
Title Troens magt („Die Macht der Lüge“)
DescriptionAutograph manuscript, 1910
LanguageNorwegian
Physical Description93 pages 29,1 x 22,9 cm, vellum binding with ties
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationTheatermuseum, WienStandort
VM 381 Zw

Borchardt, Rudolf

AuthorBorchardt, Rudolf Person
Title Aus dem deutschen Dante. Francesca (Inf V 69–136)
DescriptionAutograph manuscript fragment of a Dante translation signed
LanguageGerman
Physical Description3 pages
Acquired22 February 1926, Sale 107, Karl Ernst Henrici (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Börne, Ludwig

AuthorBörne, Ludwig Person
Title Erster Brief aus Paris
DescriptionAutograph manuscript fragment, 5 December 1834. No further information available
LanguageGerman
Physical Description1 page
Acquiredunknown
Current Locationunknown
AuthorBörne, Ludwig Person
Title Gedanken über die Rechtmäßigkeit des sechsten Zinsthalers in Deutschland
DescriptionAutograph manuscript
LanguageGerman
Physical Description3 pages 34,4 x 20,4 cm
Acquired1930, Joseph Baer & Co. (antiquarian booksellers), Frankfurt am Main
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
AuthorBörne, Ludwig Person
TitleQuotation
DescriptionNo further information available
LanguageGerman
Acquiredunknown
Current Locationunknown

Bossuet, Jaques Bénigne

AuthorBossuet, Jaques Bénigne Person
TitleFragment of a sermon
DescriptionAutograph manuscript
LanguageFrench
Physical Description2 pages 20,4 x 15,4 cm
ProvenanceOtt-Usteri collection
Acquired23 January 1914, C. G. Boerner (antiquarian bookseller), Leipzig
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
B-71.1

Bourget, Paul

AuthorBourget, Paul Person
Title Corfou
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed, 4 March 1888
LanguageFrench
Physical Description5 pages 25,2 x 20,1 cm
Acquired1 April 1914, auction, Hotel Drouot, Paris
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
B-72.1

Brahms, Johannes

ComposerBrahms, Johannes Person
Title Ans Auge des Liebsten
DescriptionOp. 113 no. 9, round, on an album leaf, words by Friedrich Rückert, 1873
LanguageGerman
Physical Description1 page 15,5 x 24,2 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 21
ComposerBrahms, Johannes Person
Title Zigeunerlieder
DescriptionOp. 103, eleven songs for four voices and piano accompaniment, 1888
LanguageGerman
Physical Description22 pages 23,8 x 33,2 cm
AcquiredApril 1927, through Karl Ernst Henrici (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 20

Brandes, Georg

AuthorBrandes, Georg Person
TitleEssay on Henrik Ibsen's play Wenn wir Toten erwachen
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed
LanguageGerman
Physical Description20 pages 21,4 x 17,7 cm
AcquiredJune 1922, auction, Dorotheum, Vienna
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Braun, Felix

AuthorBraun, Felix Person
Title Das Schicksal des Fräuleins von Lassberg
DescriptionAutograph manuscript, 1909
LanguageGerman
Physical Description48 pages 19,2 x 11,8 cm, notebook
Acquiredgift of the author
Current LocationTheatermuseum, WienStandort
VM 382 Zw
AuthorBraun, Felix Person
Title Durch blaues Glas
DescriptionTypescript with autograph addendum signed, 4 December 1924
LanguageGerman
Physical Description1 page 33,6 x 20,9 cm
Acquired4 December 1924, gift of the author
Current LocationReed Library – Stefan Zweig Collection, FredoniaStandort
AuthorBraun, Felix Person
Title Tantalos
DescriptionAutograph manuscript
LanguageGerman
Physical Description144 pages 34,6 x 21,8 cm, cloth binding
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationTheatermuseum, WienStandort
VG 383 Zw

Brentano, Clemens

AuthorBrentano, Clemens Person
Title Abendgebet am Hügel
DescriptionAutograph poem signed, 28 March 1814
LanguageGerman
Physical Description6 pages 18,0 x 11,0 cm
ProvenanceGustav Könnecke
Acquired22 February 1926, Sale 107, Karl Ernst Henrici (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
AuthorBrentano, Clemens Person
Title Am St. Nicolaustag 1826
DescriptionAutograph poem signed, 6 December 1826, pasted to the flyleaf of the third edition of the Musen-Almanach für das Jahr 1797 , edited by Friedrich Schiller
LanguageGerman
Physical Description1 page 9,6 x 7,9 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
AuthorBrentano, Clemens Person
Title Aprill . Wer unbewegt steht in Freud und Leid. Gott ist nicht jeder nah
DescriptionThree autograph poems. No further information available
LanguageGerman
Physical Description2 pages 8°
Acquiredunknown
Current Locationunknown

Březina, Otokar

AuthorBřezina, Otokar Person
Title Odpovědi
DescriptionAutograph poem signed
LanguageCzech
Physical Description1 page 28,2 x 11,8 cm
Acquired1909, received through Emil Saudek
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Brjusov, Valerij

AuthorBrjusov, Valerij Person
Title Letzte Seiten aus dem Tagebuch einer Frau
DescriptionAutograph manuscript inscribed and signed, 1910
LanguageRussian, German
Physical Description54 pages 35,7 x 21,9 cm, half leather binding (bound by E. A. Enders, Leipzig)
Acquired16 May 1912, gift of the author
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Brod, Max

AuthorBrod, Max Person
Title Das Tschechische Dienstmädchen
DescriptionAutograph manuscript, 1907
LanguageGerman
Physical Description76 pages 21,0 x 17,0 cm, vellum binding with ties
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationTheatermuseum, WienStandort
VM 384 Zw

Browning, Elizabeth Barrett

AuthorBrowning, Elizabeth Barrett Person
Title Love
DescriptionAutograph poem
LanguageEnglish
Physical Description1 page 13,4 x 11,7 cm
AcquiredFebruary 1914, Goodspeed’s Bookshop, Boston
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Bruckner, Anton

ComposerBruckner, Anton Person
Title Vorbereitung der 6/4 Accorde
DescriptionAutograph manuscript of an exercise in harmonics
LanguageGerman
Physical Description8 pages 26,0 x 33,0 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Brunetti, Gaetano

ComposerBrunetti, Gaetano Person
Title Il Maniatico
Description Sinfonia a Violini, Oboes, Corni, Viola, Fagotto, Violoncello obligato e Basso , 1780. No further information available
Physical Description51 pages
Acquiredunknown
Current Locationunknown

Bruun, Laurids

AuthorBruun, Laurids Person
TitleAutograph letter signed to an unidentified lady
Description21 August 1904
LanguageGerman
Physical Description2 pages 21,0 x 14,0 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationThe National Library of Israel, JerusalemStandort
Arc. Ms. Var. 305 / 96

Buber, Martin

AuthorBuber, Martin Person
TitleAutograph letter signed to an unidentified lady
DescriptionZehlendorf, 14 January 1911
LanguageGerman
Physical Description1 page 29,0 x 21,0 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationThe National Library of Israel, JerusalemStandort
Arc. Ms. Var. 305 / 97

Büchner, Georg

AuthorBüchner, Georg Person
Title Leonce und Lena
DescriptionAutograph manuscript, drafts for Act I, Scene 1 and Act II, Scene 1
LanguageGerman
Physical Description10 pages 21,5 x 16,5 cm, sewn
Acquiredreceived from Anton Kippenberg in exchange for a leaf from Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's Labores juveniles
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Bugenhagen, Johannes

AuthorBugenhagen, Johannes PersonCruciger, Caspar PersonGöbel, Johannes PersonHelt, Georg PersonLuther, Martin PersonMaior, Georg PersonMelanchthon, Philipp PersonNoppus, Hieronymus PersonReiff, Leonhard PersonRode, Paul von PersonRörer, Georg Person
TitleFriendship album of the Wittenberg student Nicolaus Reinhold
DescriptionSo-called "Reformatoren-Gedenkbuch" with autograph entries and signatures of Johannes Bugenhagen, Caspar Cruciger, Johannes Göbel, Georg Helt, Martin Luther, Georg Maior, Philipp Melanchthon, Hieronymus Noppus, Leonhard Reiff, Paul von Rode, Georg Rörer, 1542. A two-page letter from Philipp Melanchthon to Theodor Fabricius, superintendent in Zerbst, dated 20 March 1554, was bound in later.
LanguageGerman, Latin
Physical Description10 pages 35,3 x 23,8 cm, original paper binding within 19th century cloth binding with library label "ZM 25" and a prefixed table of contents bearing the stamp of the Wernigerode library
ProvenanceLibrary of the Counts of Stolberg-Wernigerode
AcquiredMarch 1931, J. Halle (antiquarian bookseller), Munich
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 200

Bürger, Gottfried August

AuthorBürger, Gottfried August Person
Title Beichte Eines Mannes, der ein edles Mädchen nicht hintergehen will
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed
LanguageGerman
Physical Description8 pages 33,8 x 21,2 cm
Acquired2 October 1921, Sale 18, Hellmut Meyer & Ernst (antiquarian booksellers), Berlin
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
AuthorBürger, Gottfried August Person
Title Das hohe Lied von der Einzigen
DescriptionAutograph poem fragment
LanguageGerman
Physical Description8 pages 23,0 x 9,5 cm, sewn
AcquiredNovember 1909, Karl Ernst Henrici (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Burns, Robert

AuthorBurns, Robert Person
Title Friend o’ the Poet
DescriptionAutograph New Year's poem signed twice, for John Michell, 31 December 1795
LanguageEnglish
Physical Description2 pages 22,1 x 18,5 cm
Acquired15 December 1930, Sotheby's Auctions, London, through Maggs Bros. (antiquarian booksellers), London
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Busoni, Ferruccio

ComposerBusoni, Ferruccio Person
Title Indianisches Erntelied
DescriptionPiano piece with autograph dedication: "Diese Skizze wurde eigens niedergeschrieben für Herrn Stephan [!] Zweig zur Erinnerung an Amerika und an Ferruccio Busoni", 12 April 1911
Physical Description3 pages 35,7 x 27,1 cm
Acquired12 April 1911, gift of the composer
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 25

Byron, George Lord

AuthorByron, George Lord Person
Title Note to the lines where Capel Lofft is mentioned
DescriptionAutograph manuscript with authentication, notes for Hints from Horace
LanguageEnglish
Physical Description4 pages 20,7 x 16,5 cm
Acquired30 April 1914, Sotheby's Auctions, London
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 138

Carducci, Giosuè

AuthorCarducci, Giosuè Person
Title Pel regno d’Italia, Canzone
DescriptionAutograph poem signed, 19 June 1861
LanguageItalian
Physical Description2 pages 20,5 x 13,4 cm
Acquired21 October 1926, Sale 48, Leo Liepmannssohn (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin, through Heinrich Rosenberg, Berlin
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Carlyle, Thomas

AuthorCarlyle, Thomas Person
Title History of Friedrich II
DescriptionAutograph manuscript fragment Lowest footing of the indispensable – and discharged a whole regiment of superfluous official persons
LanguageEnglish
Physical Description2 pages 19,9 x 15,9 cm
Acquired8 March 1929, Sale 53, Leo Liepmannssohn (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Carnot, Lazare

AuthorCarnot, Lazare Person
Title Notes sur la cosmographie et la géographie
DescriptionAutograph manuscript
LanguageFrench
Physical Description8 pages 22,5 x 17,3 cm
Acquired1 August 1930, Sotheby's Auctions, London, through Maggs Bros. (antiquarian booksellers), London
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
C-8.1

Carossa, Hans

AuthorCarossa, Hans Person
Title An die Natur
DescriptionAutograph poem
LanguageGerman
Physical Description3 pages 36,5 x 22,7 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
AuthorCarossa, Hans Person
Title Ein Stern singt
DescriptionAutograph poem inscribed and signed, 20 January 1924
LanguageGerman
Physical Description1 page 21,7 x 35,0 cm
AcquiredJanuary 1924, gift of the author
Current LocationReed Library – Stefan Zweig Collection, FredoniaStandort
AuthorCarossa, Hans Person
Title Gang durch das Nebelmoor
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed, in paper envelope bearing title and signature
LanguageGerman
Physical Description12 pages 21,4 x 16,8 cm
Acquired28 November 1931, gift of the author on the occasion of Zweig's 50th birthday
Current LocationTheatermuseum, WienStandort
VM 385 Zw
AuthorCarossa, Hans Person
Title Landschaft
DescriptionAutograph poem signed
LanguageGerman
Physical Description1 page 24,0 x 23,0 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
AuthorCarossa, Hans Person
Title Lebenstag
DescriptionAutograph poem inscribed and signed, 23 October 1937
LanguageGerman
Physical Description1 page 32,7 x 22,5 cm
AcquiredOctober 1937, gift of the author
Current LocationReed Library – Stefan Zweig Collection, FredoniaStandort
AuthorCarossa, Hans Person
Title Via Appia
DescriptionAutograph poem signed, inscribed to Friderike Zweig and Stefan Zweig, 6 March 1933
LanguageGerman
Physical Description2 pages 29,4 x 22,0 cm
AcquiredMarch 1933, gift of the author
Current LocationReed Library – Stefan Zweig Collection, FredoniaStandort

Casanova, Giacomo

AuthorCasanova, Giacomo Person
Title Come chi sta per veder qualche festa
DescriptionAutograph poem, several numbers annotated to verso (in a different hand?)
LanguageItalian
Physical Description1 page 15,0 x 14,0 cm
ProvenancePawel-Rammingen collection
Acquired12 January 1929, Sale 146, Karl Ernst Henrici (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
AuthorCasanova, Giacomo Person
Title Dialogue entre Venus et Cupidon
DescriptionAutograph (?) poem. Accompanied by a letter from Günther Mecklenburg (Antiquariat J. A. Stargardt, Marburg/Berlin) to Fondation Martin Bodmer, dated 14 January 1954, according to which this manuscript is not in Casanova's own hand.
LanguageFrench
Physical Description1 page 19,9 x 18,0 cm
ProvenanceElisa von der Recke
Acquired1 August 1930, Sotheby's Auctions, London, through Maggs Bros. (antiquarian booksellers), London
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
NN
AuthorCasanova, Giacomo Person
TitleThree poems based on pre-determined rhyme words
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed, to Mademoiselle Mina, Mademoiselle Lisette, and a Russian general: Riant de tout ton cœur aimable petite – Ours. Le bonheur de vos jours depend du – sentiment. J’ai su tout à la fin. J’ai fini d’etre – tendre
LanguageFrench
Physical Description3 pages 22,7 x 18,6 cm
AcquiredMarch 1923, Karl Ernst Henrici (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
C-10.2

Castelli, Ignaz Franz

AuthorCastelli, Ignaz Franz Person
Title Aussicht auf bessere Tage
DescriptionAutograph manuscript. No further information available
LanguageGerman
Acquiredunknown
Current Locationunknown

Chamfort, Sébastien Roch Nicolas

AuthorChamfort, Sébastien Roch Nicolas Person
Title Le héros Econome. Conte.
DescriptionAutograph manuscript
LanguageFrench
Physical Description4 pages 23,0 x 18,7 cm
Acquired21 February 1910, auction, through Charavay (antiquarian bookseller), Paris
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
C-13.1

Chamisso, Adelbert von

AuthorChamisso, Adelbert von Person
Title Heimweh
DescriptionAutograph poem signed
LanguageGerman
Physical Description2 pages 21,6 x 13,4 cm
Acquired12 November 1906, Sale 85, C. G. Boerner (antiquarian bookseller), Leipzig
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Chénier, André

AuthorChénier, André Person
Title Mais quels éclats, amis?
DescriptionAutograph manuscript fragment of the elegy Camille
LanguageFrench
Physical Description1 page 20,0 x 7,6 cm
Acquired13 May 1939, catalogue 22, Pierre Berès (antiquarian bookseller), Paris
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
C-17.1

Chénier, Marie Joseph Blaise de

AuthorChénier, Marie Joseph Blaise de Person
Title L’eveque saint crut qu’il voyait le diable
DescriptionAutograph poem fragment
LanguageFrench
Physical Description1 page 19,3 x 14,0 cm
Acquired12 July 1929, stock catalogue 220, Victor Lemasle (antiquarian bookseller), Paris
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
C-18.1

Cherubini, Luigi

ComposerCherubini, Luigi Person
Title Solfège pour le concours de Prix 1839 mois de juillet
Description1839
Physical Description3 pages Quer-4°
Acquiredunknown
Current Locationunknown; last recorded: sold by Heinrich Hinterberger to Prince Torre e Tasso (Duino) in April 1936

Chopin, Frédéric

ComposerChopin, Frédéric Person
Title Barcarolle pour le piano
DescriptionOp. 60, piano piece in F sharp major, 1846
Physical Description7 pages 21,9 x 28,4 cm
Acquired2 March 1932, from Robert Sommerhof, grandson of Robert Schumann
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 27
ComposerChopin, Frédéric Person
TitleBeginning of the Grande fantaisie
DescriptionOp. 13, autograph fragment, piece in A major for piano and orchestra, with two authentications by Adam Münchheimer
Physical Description4 pages 26,0 x 33,0 cm
ProvenanceWilhelm Heyer
Acquiredprobably 29 September 1927, joint auction, Karl Ernst Henrici and Leo Liepmannssohn (antiquarian booksellers), Berlin
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
ComposerChopin, Frédéric Person
Title Mazurka
DescriptionOp. 59 no. 3, piano piece in F sharp minor, 1845. Includes an autograph letter signed from Hans von Bülow to C. Kerfack concerning the presentation of the autograph, 2 November 1864.
Physical Description3 pages 21,9 x 28,5 cm
ProvenanceWilhelm Heyer
Acquired1926 or 1927
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 26

Cimarosa, Domenico

ComposerCimarosa, Domenico Person
TitleFragment of a piece in D major for two or three voices
DescriptionAuthenticated by Cimarosa's son Paolo Cimarosa
Physical Description2 pages 23,2 x 30,0 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 29
ComposerCimarosa, Domenico Person
Title Giovinotti mentre in volto aus Candida
DescriptionRondo for soprano and strings, authenticated by Cimarosa's son Paolo Cimarosa
LanguageItalian
Physical Description7 pages 22,0 x 29,8 cm
ProvenanceWilhelm Heyer
Acquired7 December 1926, joint auction of Karl Ernst Henrici and Leo Liepmannssohn (antiquarian booksellers), Berlin
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 28

Claretie, Jules

AuthorClaretie, Jules Person
TitleObituary: N. Diaz 1808–1876
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed
LanguageGerman
Physical Description6 pages 18,0 x 23,5 cm
AcquiredMarch 1927, Cornuau (antiquarian bookseller), Paris
Current LocationThe National Library of Israel, JerusalemStandort
Arc. Ms. Var. 305 / 98

Claudel, Paul

AuthorClaudel, Paul Person
Title Idées sur la mise en scène de la ’Verkündigung’ pour M. Max Reinhardt
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed and drawings for stage designs
LanguageFrench
Physical Description3 pages 26,0 x 20,0 cm
Acquiredreceived from Jacob Hegner
Current LocationThe National Library of Israel, JerusalemStandort
Arc. Ms. Var. 305 / 117
AuthorClaudel, Paul Person
Title L’annonce faite à Marie
DescriptionAutograph copy with corrections, inscribed and signed, 1911
LanguageFrench
Physical Description156 pages 30,0 x 24,0 cm, leather binding (bound by E. A. Enders, Leipzig)
Acquired26 February 1913, gift of the author
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 139
AuthorClaudel, Paul Person
TitleAfterword to L’annonce faite à Marie
DescriptionAutograph manuscript
LanguageFrench
Physical Description3 pages
Acquiredreceived from Jacob Hegner
Current Locationunknown

Claudius, Matthias

AuthorClaudius, Matthias Person
Title Ihr Leute, groß und klein
DescriptionAutograph poem written to the melody of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's song Das Veilchen , which was also in Zweig's collection
LanguageGerman
Physical Description2 pages 19,5 x 16,0 cm
Acquired9 May 1923, Sale 83, Karl Ernst Henrici (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Clemenceau, Georges

AuthorClemenceau, Georges Person
Title Labeurs de civilisation
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed, 1897
LanguageFrench
Physical Description7 pages 25,7 x 18,7 cm, assembled from 19 pieces
Acquired13 April 1929, Victor Degrange (antiquarian bookseller), Paris
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
C-26.1

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor

AuthorColeridge, Samuel Taylor Person
Title Description of the Sun setting in a mountainous Country
DescriptionThree autograph poems Upon the mountain’s edge with light touch resting. O what a wonder seems the Fear of Death. Resembles Life what once was held of Light, Too simple in itself for human sight? , accompanied by a postscript to a letter to William Worship, 22 April 1819
LanguageGerman
Physical Description3 pages 21,9 x 18,3 cm
Acquiredunknown; provenance from Zweig collection unconfirmed, acquired by Martin Bodmer from Hinterberger in 1938, together with other items
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Condorcet, Jean Antoine Nicolas de Caritat de

AuthorCondorcet, Jean Antoine Nicolas de Caritat de Person
Title Une assemblée nombreuse de représentans du peuple
DescriptionAutograph manuscript
LanguageFrench
Physical Description23 pages 20,4 x 16,2 cm
Acquired8 June 1929, auction, Noël Charavay (antiquarian bookseller), Paris
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
C-30.1

Consience, Hendrik

AuthorConsience, Hendrik Person
Title Dichterwee
DescriptionAutograph poem signed, Flemish, 1875
LanguageDutch
Physical Description1 page 21,2 x 13,6 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Coppée, François

AuthorCoppée, François Person
Title L’Académie Goncourt.
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed
LanguageFrench
Physical Description1 page 41,0 x 17,8 cm, assembled from 12 pieces
Acquired1911, Charavay (antiquarian bookseller), Paris
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
C-34.1

Cornelius, Peter

AuthorCornelius, Peter Person
Title An Liszt – mit Schneeglocken
DescriptionAutograph poem signed on the occasion of sending snowdrops to Franz Liszt, 28 March 1853
LanguageGerman
Physical Description1 page 22,0 x 14,0 cm
ProvenanceCaroline Sayn-Wittgenstein, Weimar
AcquiredJune 1925, V. A. Heck (antiquarian bookseller), Vienna
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Croce, Benedetto

AuthorCroce, Benedetto Person
Title Sulla poesia del Petrarca
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed, September 1929
LanguageItalian
Physical Description23 pages 22,7 x 16,2 cm, sewn
Acquiredunknown; possibly gift of the author
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Cuvier, Georges

AuthorCuvier, Georges Person
Title La plante a son hymen
DescriptionAutograph manuscript
LanguageFrench
Physical Description2 pages 18,0 x 22,8 cm
AcquiredSeptember 1927, catalogue 31, David Salomon (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Dach, Simon

AuthorDach, Simon Person
Title Ultima semper
DescriptionAutograph album leaf signed for Michael Clüver, 14 August 1642
LanguageLatin
Physical Description1 page 7,5 x 11,4 cm
Acquired30 September 1926, Sale 112, Karl Ernst Henrici (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Darwin, Charles

AuthorDarwin, Charles Person
Title Insectivorous Plants
DescriptionAutograph manuscript fragment, 1875
LanguageEnglish
Physical Description2 pages 20,0 x 16,5 cm, upper half of a sheet
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 141
AuthorDarwin, Charles Person
Title The Descent of Man
DescriptionAutograph manuscript fragment
LanguageEnglish
Physical Description1 page 32,9 x 20,4 cm
Acquired13 July 1931, Sotheby's Auctions, London, through Maggs Bros. (antiquarian booksellers), London
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Debussy, Claude

ComposerDebussy, Claude Person
Title Fantaisie
DescriptionMusic for piano and reduction of the orchestral accompaniment for second piano, 1889–1890
Physical Description35 pages 35,0 x 26,5 cm
ProvenanceRené Cheusard
AcquiredMay 1939, Pierre Berès (antiquarian bookseller), Paris
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 31
ComposerDebussy, Claude Person
Title Les Baisers
DescriptionLied with words by Théodore de Banville and autograph dedication: "Les Baisers poèsies de Th. Banville. Musique de tojours du même à Madame Vanier, La dernière Melodie que je pourrais bien faire, L’auteur Claude Debussy". According to a letter from Heinrich Hinterberger to Stefan Zweig, the manuscript may not be in Debussy's own hand.
LanguageFrench
Physical Description4 pages
Acquiredunknown
Current Locationunknown

De Coster, Charles

AuthorDe Coster, Charles Person
Title Dépit
DescriptionAutograph poem signed
LanguageFrench
Physical Description1 page 21,6 x 16,9 cm
Acquiredfrom Anton Kippenberg in exchange for Heinrich Heine's poem "An Ihn"
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
C-37.1

Dehmel, Richard

AuthorDehmel, Richard Person
Title Aus banger Brust
DescriptionAutograph poem signed
LanguageGerman
Physical Description1 page 30,5 x 16,9 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
AuthorDehmel, Richard Person
Title Immer wieder
DescriptionAutograph poem signed
LanguageGerman
Physical Description1 page 21,0 x 16,4 cm
AcquiredJune 1912, Sale X, Karl Ernst Henrici (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Delibes, Léo

ComposerDelibes, Léo Person
Title J’ai marché sous les hautes fougères
DescriptionDuet, Scene 18 from the opera Lakmé , 25 August 1883
LanguageFrench
Physical Description7 pages 26,8 x 35,1 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 32

De Quincey, Thomas

AuthorDe Quincey, Thomas Person
Title Confessions of an English Opium Eater
DescriptionFragment of a galley proof with autograph corrections
LanguageEnglish
Physical Description1 page 26,3 x 14,3 cm
Acquired1912, Maggs Bros. (antiquarian booksellers), London
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Desbordes-Valmore, Marceline

AuthorDesbordes-Valmore, Marceline Person
Title La vie | Pensée orientale
DescriptionAutograph poem signed, February 1848
LanguageFrench
Physical Description3 pages 20,3 x 13,0 cm
AcquiredAugust 1913, Charavay (antiquarian bookseller), Paris
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
D-12.2

Desforges-Maillard, Paul

AuthorDesforges-Maillard, Paul Person
Title Remercîments à Messieurs de la Société Royal des Sciences, et Belles Lettres de Nancy
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed
LanguageFrench
Physical Description3 pages 22,0 x 16,7 cm
AcquiredJune 1928, Sotheby's Auctions, London
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
D-15.1

Desmoulins, Camille

AuthorDesmoulins, Camille Person
TitleFragment of a speech for the defence
DescriptionAutograph manuscript, accompanied by a certificate of authenticity
LanguageFrench
Physical Description2 pages 22,4 x 18,7 cm
Acquired12 March 1929, Sotheby's Auctions, London, through Maggs Bros. (antiquarian booksellers), London
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
D-16.1

Desportes, Philippe

AuthorDesportes, Philippe Person
Title Maximes rimés, sentences, épigrammes, aphorismes
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed several times with addenda in a different hand
LanguageFrench
Physical Description10 pages 19,0 x 13,8 cm
Acquired1938 re-acquired from Heinrich Hinterberger (antiquarian bookseller), Vienna
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 142

Deubel, Léon

AuthorDeubel, Léon Person
Title Poèmes choisies, Poèsies, L’Arbre et la rose, Les amours
DescriptionFour autograph collections of poetry (the last comprising only title and on verso four verses, stricken out), signed several times, 1909, accompanied by a relevant letter from Léon Chatotan to an unidentified gentleman, dated 29 November 1929
LanguageFrench
Physical Description62 pages 22,4 x 18,1 cm
Acquiredreceived from Henri Guilbeaux
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
D-17.1

Dickens, Charles

AuthorDickens, Charles Person
Title David Copperfield
DescriptionAutograph manuscript fragment
LanguageGerman
Physical Description2 pages
Acquired1930, Christie’s Auctions, London, or Sotheby's Auctions, London
Current Locationunknown

Diderot, Denis

AuthorDiderot, Denis Person
Title A Madame la Comtesse de Forbach. Par M. Diderot. Sur l’Education.
DescriptionAutograph epistolary manuscript
LanguageFrench
Physical Description4 pages 19,7 x 15,5 cm
Acquiredauction, Jacques & Etienne Charavay (antiquarian booksellers), Paris
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
D-20.1

Dierx, Léon

AuthorDierx, Léon Person
Title La femme du chef
DescriptionAutograph poem signed
LanguageFrench
Physical Description11 pages 26,7 x 19,7 cm
Acquired23 October 1925, Victor Lemasle (antiquarian bookseller), Paris
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
D-21.1

Dilke, Charles Wentworth

AuthorDilke, Charles Wentworth Person
Title The Queen of England
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed
LanguageGerman
Physical Description10 pages 32,0 x 20,5 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationThe National Library of Israel, JerusalemStandort
Arc. Ms. Var. 305 / 99

Disraeli, Benjamin

AuthorDisraeli, Benjamin Person
Title Eden & Lebanon
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed
LanguageEnglish
Physical Description8 pages 22,7 x 18,5 cm
Acquired8 June 1930, Sotheby's Auctions, London, through Maggs Bros. (antiquarian booksellers), London
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Döblin, Alfred

AuthorDöblin, Alfred Person
Title Mit dem Blick zur Latinität
DescriptionAutograph manuscript fragment signed, 1930
LanguageGerman
Physical Description14 pages 21,4 x 16,5 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationThe National Library of Israel, JerusalemStandort
Arc. Ms. Var. 305 / 100

Donizetti, Gaetano

ComposerDonizetti, Gaetano Person
Title 6. Notturni a più Istromenti Ob.ti
DescriptionAutograph score in E flat major, F minor, A flat major, and F major, signed, 1821
Physical Description63 pages 24,0 x 32,6 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
ComposerDonizetti, Gaetano Person
TitleFragment of a movement for string quartet
Descriptionca. 1820–1825
Physical Description4 pages 23,1 x 29,1 cm
AcquiredJuly 1938, Francesco Torrini (antiquarian bookseller), Milan
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 33

Dostojewski, Fjodor Michailowitsch

AuthorDostojewski, Fjodor Michailowitsch Person
Title Die Erniedrigten und die Beleidigten
DescriptionAutograph manuscript fragment, 1861
LanguageRussian
Physical Description9 pages 29,0 x 23,2 cm
Acquired13 September 1912, following intermediation by Martin Breslauer (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 143

Drachmann, Holger

AuthorDrachmann, Holger Person
Title Flygter Du, trat, til en Erken og vil Du dit Liv der begrote
DescriptionAutograph poem signed, March 1879
LanguageDanish
Physical Description1 page 20,8 x 13,6 cm
Acquired1906, C. G. Boerner (antiquarian bookseller), Leipzig
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Droste-Hülshoff, Annette von

AuthorDroste-Hülshoff, Annette von Person
Title Der sterbende General. Mondesaufgang. Gemüth. Sylvesterabend
DescriptionAutograph manuscript of four poems
LanguageGerman
Physical Description2 pages 22,0 x 13,4 cm
Acquired1924, through the intermediation of Fritz Adolf Hünich
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Ducis, Jean-François

AuthorDucis, Jean-François Person
Title Épitre à Gérard
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed
LanguageFrench
Physical Description20 pages 26,7 x 19,3 cm, half leather binding
ProvenanceMarquis de Queux de St. Hilaire
Acquired21 October 1926, Sale 48, Leo Liepmannssohn (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
D-49.1*

Duhamel, Georges

AuthorDuhamel, Georges Person
Title Le dernier voyage de Candide
DescriptionAutograph manuscript, inscribed, 1936
LanguageFrench
Physical Description4 pages 30,3 x 20,0 cm
Acquired21 October 1936, gift of the author
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 144

Dumas, Alexandre

AuthorDumas, Alexandre Person
Title Les Bourbons de Naples. Règne de Ferdinand 1er
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed, versos stamped "Stephan [!] Zweig"
LanguageFrench
Physical Description13 pages 22,0 x 18,5 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
D-51.2

D’Annunzio, Gabriele

AuthorD’Annunzio, Gabriele Person
Title La laude di Dante
DescriptionAutograph manuscript
LanguageItalian
Physical Description11 pages 23,5 x 33,5 cm, green cloth folder
Acquired16 September 1913, Paul Gottschalk (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 140

Ebermayer, Erich

AuthorEbermayer, Erich Person
Title Kaspar Hauser
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed
LanguageGerman
Physical Description273 pages 22,0 x 17,0 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationTheatermuseum, WienStandort
VM 386 Zw

Ebert, Karl Egon von

AuthorEbert, Karl Egon von Person
Title Der Meister
DescriptionAutograph poem signed, accompanied by a print of an earlier version of the poem with autograph corrections
LanguageGerman
Physical Description10 pages 27,5 x 22,5 cm, sewn
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationError in LocationSearch:

Eckermann, Johann Peter

AuthorEckermann, Johann Peter Person
Title Die schönste Röthe. Die höchste Süße. Die schönsten Töne
DescriptionThree autograph poems signed
LanguageGerman
Physical Description3 pages 20,5 x 12,4 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Eekhoud, Georges

AuthorEekhoud, Georges Person
Title Les Récits de Nazareth
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed, review of a book by Eugène Demolder
LanguageFrench
Physical Description7 pages 28,7 x 10,8 cm, pasted onto larger paper within half cloth binding
Acquired19 May 1914, auction, Pierre Dauze
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
E-1.1*

Ehrenstein, Albert

AuthorEhrenstein, Albert Person
Title Sieg
DescriptionAutograph poem signed
LanguageGerman
Physical Description1 page 21,6 x 21,8 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationTheatermuseum, WienStandort
VM 387 Zw

Eichendorff, Joseph von

AuthorEichendorff, Joseph von Person
Title An die Freunde. Verzweiflung der Langeweile
DescriptionTwo autograph poems, crossed out in pencil
LanguageGerman
Physical Description2 pages 23,6 x 12,0 cm
Acquired29 October 1910, auction, Martin Breslauer (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin, through Karl Ernst Henrici (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
AuthorEichendorff, Joseph von Person
Title In einem kühlen Grunde
DescriptionAutograph poem signed
LanguageGerman
Physical Description1 page 26,0 x 22,0 cm
Acquired27 September 1930, Emil Hirsch (antiquarian bookseller), Munich
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
AuthorEichendorff, Joseph von Person
Title Wenn wir in einem alten, stillen Haus ein ungewöhnliches Gepolter hören
DescriptionAutograph manuscript, 1845
LanguageGerman
Physical Description6 pages 34,5 x 21,5 cm
Acquired1926, through Fritz Brügel
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Einstein, Albert

AuthorEinstein, Albert Person
TitleFragment of an astrophysical treatise
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed. No further information available
LanguageGerman
Physical Description2 pages 4°
Acquiredunknown
Current Locationunknown
AuthorEinstein, Albert Person
TitleNewspaper report
DescriptionAutograph draft. No further information available
LanguageGerman
Physical Description1 page quer-8°
Acquiredunknown
Current Locationunknown

Eisner, Kurt

AuthorEisner, Kurt Person
Title Die Angst der Toten. Des Christkind Weihnachtsfest
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed. No further information available
LanguageGerman
Physical Description11 pages 4°
Acquiredunknown
Current Locationunknown

Emerson, Ralph Waldo

AuthorEmerson, Ralph Waldo Person
Title Tact
DescriptionAutograph poem, accompanied by a facsimile
LanguageEnglish
Physical Description1 page 25,7 x 20,0 cm
AcquiredNovember 1912 (?), Maggs Bros. (antiquarian booksellers), London
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Eulenberg, Herbert

AuthorEulenberg, Herbert Person
Title Der Morgen nach Kunersdorf
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed several times, with a dedicatory poem for Georg Friedrich Mayer, 1914
LanguageGerman
Physical Description44 pages 27,2 x 21,5 cm, wrappers, includes 2 loose pages
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
AuthorEulenberg, Herbert Person
Title Ulrich Fürst von Waldeck
DescriptionAutograph manuscript with dedicatory poem signed, 1906
LanguageGerman
Physical Description128 pages 28,3 x 22,3 cm, leather binding stored in a cardboard box (bound by E. A. Ender, Leipzig)
AcquiredJanuary 1912, gift of the author
Current LocationTheatermuseum, WienStandort
VM 388 Zw

Euler, Leonhard

AuthorEuler, Leonhard Person
Title Solutio problematis de inventione curvarum algebraicarum, quae sunt trajectoriae reciprocae
DescriptionAutograph manuscript with numerous formulae and diagrams
LanguageLatin
Physical Description3 pages 23,3 x 17,5 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Evers, Franz

AuthorEvers, Franz Person
TitleTranslations of texts by Verlaine
DescriptionAutograph manuscript. No further information available
LanguageGerman
Acquiredunknown
Current Locationunknown

Fechner, Gustav Theodor

AuthorFechner, Gustav Theodor Person
Title Ich bin im J. 1801 d. 19t. April im Dorfe Groß Sährchen in der Niederlausitz geboren
DescriptionAutograph manuscript of an autobiographical sketch and list of his works, 1826 (?)
LanguageGerman
Physical Description4 pages 21,5 x 17,5 cm
Acquired22 February 1926, Sale 107, Karl Ernst Henrici (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Fersen, Fredrik Axel von

AuthorFersen, Fredrik Axel von Person
TitleAutograph letter signed to the tribunal of the Swedish court
Description25 May 1787, accompanied by two modern copies of the document and a German translation
LanguageSwedish
Physical Description1 page 31,7 x 20,6 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 145

Feuchtersleben, Ernst von

AuthorFeuchtersleben, Ernst von Person
Title Lebensblätter
DescriptionTen autograph poems signed with censor's imprimatur, 1839
LanguageGerman
Physical Description4 pages 20,0 x 11,8 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Fichte, Johann Gottlieb

AuthorFichte, Johann Gottlieb Person
Title Bericht über den Begriff der Wissenschaftslehre
DescriptionAutograph manuscript fragment
LanguageGerman
Physical Description2 pages 22,8 x 16,7 cm
AcquiredNovember 1909, Richard Bertling (antiquarian bookseller), Dresden
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Fielding, Henry

AuthorFielding, Henry Person
Title 5. The Justice ought to issue his Precept to the Sheriff
DescriptionAutograph manuscript fragment of Forcible Entry and Detainer with authentication by Fielding's grandson
LanguageEnglish
Physical Description1 page 30,9 x 18,1 cm
Acquired16 July 1930, Hellmut Meyer & Ernst (antiquarian booksellers), Berlin
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Flaischlen, Cäsar

AuthorFlaischlen, Cäsar Person
Title Gesang der Toten
DescriptionAutograph poem signed
LanguageGerman
Physical Description1 page 46,0 x 31,0 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Flaubert, Gustave

AuthorFlaubert, Gustave Person
Title Bibliomanie
DescriptionAutograph manuscript, November 1836
LanguageFrench
Physical Description14 pages 31,0 x 20,0 cm
ProvenanceHeirs of Gustave Flaubert
Acquired2 July 1910, from Flaubert's executor Paul Zifferer
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 146

Fleischer, Max

AuthorFleischer, Max Person
Title Träume
DescriptionAutograph poem
LanguageGerman
Physical Description1 page 21,5 x 16,9 cm
Acquiredunknown; probably gift of the author
Current LocationReed Library – Stefan Zweig Collection, FredoniaStandort

Fogazzaro, Antonio

AuthorFogazzaro, Antonio Person
Title Il tamburino di Macdonald
DescriptionAutograph poem signed
LanguageItalian
Physical Description3 pages 18,0 x 11,0 cm
Acquired10 October 1913, G. de Marinis (antiquarian bookseller), Florence
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
AuthorFogazzaro, Antonio Person
Title Leggenda
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed
LanguageItalian
Physical Description4 pages 31,0 x 10,5 cm
Acquired10 October 1913, G. de Marinis (antiquarian bookseller), Florence
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Fontane, Theodor

AuthorFontane, Theodor Person
Title Der alte Derffling
DescriptionAutograph poem, 2 November 1846, prefixed by a dedicatory letter by Fontane dated 2 November 1846
LanguageGerman
Physical Description3 pages 23,0 x 14,0 cm
AcquiredRichard Bertling (antiquarian bookseller), Dresden
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
AuthorFontane, Theodor Person
TitlePrécis of his novel Cécile
DescriptionAutograph manuscript, accompanied by three autograph letters signed from Fontane to a Herr von Puttkamer, dated 20 January 1886, 24 January 1886, and 19 February 1886, concerning the publication history of the novella
LanguageGerman
Physical Description6 pages 22,9 x 14,0 cm
Acquired1915, Richard Bertling (antiquarian bookseller), Dresden
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Fontenelle, Bernard Le Bovier de

AuthorFontenelle, Bernard Le Bovier de Person
TitleReply to a critique of his Eléments de la Géométrie de l’infini
DescriptionAutograph manuscript fragment, 1729
LanguageFrench
Physical Description5 pages 20,3 x 16,0 cm
Acquired12 July 1929, Victor Lemasle (antiquarian bookseller), Paris
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
F-20.1

Fort, Paul

AuthorFort, Paul Person
Title Le Matin pastoral
DescriptionAutograph manuscript fragment signed from Visions de berger
LanguageFrench
Physical Description4 pages 21,7 x 13,2 cm
Acquired1925, Simon Kra (antiquarian bookseller), Paris
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Foscolo, Ugo

AuthorFoscolo, Ugo Person
Title Sublime specchio di véraci detti. Solcata fronte, occhi incavati intendi
DescriptionAutograph manuscript of a self-portrait and autograph copy of a self-portrait of the poet Vittorio Alfieri, with a prose translation and introduction
LanguageItalian, French
Physical Description5 pages 20,0 x 12,0 cm, thread-stitched
Acquired1914, Charavay (antiquarian bookseller), Paris
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Fouché, Joseph

AuthorFouché, Joseph Person
TitleThree letters to a royalist agent
Description1815
LanguageFrench
Physical Description3 pages 18,8 x 11,7 cm
AcquiredDavid Salomon (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
F-25.1
AuthorFouché, Joseph Person
TitleAutograph letter signed to friends and colleagues
Description23 March 1794
LanguageFrench
Physical Description2 pages 30,5 x 20,0 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 147

Fouqué, Friedrich de La Motte

AuthorFouqué, Friedrich de La Motte Person
Title Abschied von Heinrich v. Kleist. Am 27. 9br 11
DescriptionAutograph poem, 1811
LanguageGerman
Physical Description2 pages 19,0 x 13,4 cm
Acquired1914, auction, Max Perl (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
AuthorFouqué, Friedrich de La Motte Person
Title An Adalbert von Chamisso
DescriptionAutograph copy of a poem signed, written for the friendship album of Adalbert von Chamisso, 1 January 1814
LanguageGerman
Physical Description1 page 26,3 x 18,4 cm
Acquired1914, auction, Max Perl (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
AuthorFouqué, Friedrich de La Motte Person
Title An Ewald von Kleist
DescriptionAutograph poem, with the copy of a saying by Hildebrand of Berne on verso, 10 July 1811
LanguageGerman
Physical Description2 pages 23,0 x 18,6 cm
Acquired1914, auction, Max Perl (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Fox, George senior

AuthorFox, George senior Person
Title "... the priest said ..."
DescriptionAutograph manuscript fragment, communications of a theological nature written in prison
LanguageEnglish
Physical Description1 page 30,0 x 19,2 cm
Acquired15 December 1930, Sotheby's Auctions, London, through Maggs Bros. (antiquarian booksellers), London
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Fox, George junior

AuthorFox, George junior Person
Title The King of Kings hath beheld you
DescriptionAutograph manuscript, epistle to King Charles II of England, 9 August 1660
LanguageEnglish
Physical Description2 pages 13,3 x 19,7 cm
Acquired15 December 1930, Sotheby's Auctions, London, through Maggs Bros. (antiquarian booksellers), London
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

France, Anatole

AuthorFrance, Anatole Person
TitleNotes concerning a letter addressed to him
DescriptionAutograph manuscript, 1898
LanguageFrench
Physical Description5 pages 20,1 x 18,3 cm, boards
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 148
AuthorFrance, Anatole Person
Title La Psychologie de la femme moderne
DescriptionAutograph manuscript signed, review of Paul Bourget's novel Physiologie de l’amour moderne
LanguageFrench
Physical Description6 pages 31,0 x 20,3 cm, boards
ProvenanceEgelund collection
Acquired17 February 1925, Sale 100, Karl Ernst Henrici (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
F-30.2

Franklin, Benjamin

AuthorFranklin, Benjamin Person
TitleAutograph letter signed to William Strahan
Description1744
LanguageEnglish
Physical Description3 pages 33,0 x 20,3 cm
Acquired26 August 1941, Heinrich Eisemann (antiquarian bookseller), London
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 149

Frankreich, Königshaus

AuthorFrankreich, Königshaus Person
Parties InvolvedLudwig XV., König von Frankreich PersonLudwig XVI., König von Frankreich PersonLudwig XVIII., König von Frankreich PersonKarl X., König von Frankreich PersonMarie Antoinette, Königin von Frankreich Person
TitleMarriage contract signed by members of the French royal family
DescriptionManuscript in the hand of an unknown scribe signed by the following members of the French royal family: Louis XV, King of France, Louis XVI, King of France, Louis XVIII, King of France, Charles X, King of France, Marie Antoinette, Queen of France, and other members of the nobility, January 1774
LanguageFrench
Physical Description12 pages
ProvenanceL.-A. Barbet
Acquired1932, Charavay (antiquarian bookseller), Paris
Current Locationunknown; last recorded March 1992, Sale 651, J. A. Stargardt (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin, lot 1353

Franzos, Karl Emil

AuthorFranzos, Karl Emil Person
TitleAutograph letter signed to an unidentified recipient
DescriptionVienna, 3 April 1879
LanguageGerman
Physical Description2 pages 23,3 x 14,4 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationThe National Library of Israel, JerusalemStandort
Arc. Ms. Var. 305 / 102

Freiligrath, Ferdinand

AuthorFreiligrath, Ferdinand Person
Title Die Trompete von Gravelotte
DescriptionAutograph poem signed, September 1870
LanguageGerman
Physical Description3 pages 21,2 x 16,5 cm
Acquired29 November 1910, auction, Martin Breslauer (antiquarian bookseller), Berlin, through Karl Ernst Henrici
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort
AuthorFreiligrath, Ferdinand Person
TitlePoem
DescriptionNo further information available
LanguageGerman
Acquiredunknown
Current Locationunknown

Freud, Sigmund

AuthorFreud, Sigmund Person
Title Der Dichter und das Phantasieren
DescriptionAutograph draft of a speech, 1907
LanguageGerman
Physical Description9 pages 40,0 x 25,0 cm
Acquired1924, gift of the author
Current LocationThe British Library, LondonStandort
Zweig MS. 150

Friedrich II., König von Preußen

AuthorFriedrich II., König von Preußen Person
TitleAutograph poem signed in a letter to Francesco Algarotti
LanguageFrench
Physical Description3 pages 4°
Acquired1 July 1930, Sotheby's Auctions, London, through Maggs Bros. (antiquarian booksellers), London
Current Locationunknown

Fröding, Gustaf

AuthorFröding, Gustaf Person
Title An hamrar y den smedia
DescriptionAutograph poem, signed "Aug[ust] Kallson"
LanguageSwedish
Physical Description1 page 32,0 x 19,6 cm, assembled from four parts
Acquiredgift of Erik Waller, Linköping
Current LocationFondation Martin Bodmer, Cologny-GenèveStandort

Fønss, Olaf

AuthorFønss, Olaf Person
TitleAutograph letter signed to Helene Klepetar
Description14 November 1906
LanguageDanish
Physical Description1 page 21,0 x 13,0 cm
Acquiredunknown
Current LocationThe National Library of Israel, JerusalemStandort
Arc. Ms. Var. 305 / 101