Abstract

This collection was compiled primarily by Sol Ferrer Sanmarti, the daughter of Francisco Ferrer Guardia (1859-1909), a theoretical anarchist from Catalonia and the founder of La Escuela Moderna. The Francisco Ferrer Guardia material spans the last eight years of his life, from the establishment of La Escuela Moderna in 1901 to his execution in 1909. It consists of Ferrer Guardia's correspondence between 1902-1909, the original manuscript of his "Principios de la Moral Cientifica," transcriptions by Sol Ferrer of other writings, copies of legal documents including his will and estate inventory, and correspondence of his colleagues Charles Ange Laisant (1841-1920) and Charles Malato (1857-1938). The bulk of the collection dates from the 1940s through the 1970s and consists of correspondence, writings and lectures by Sol Ferrer in French and Spanish, research material she collected for her dissertation and books on Francisco Ferrer Guardia, commemorative material and photographs. There is also a small amount of material related to Sol Ferrer's daughter, Olga Prejevalinsky Ferrer. The collection is arranged in seven series: 1) FRANCISCO FERRER GUARDIA, 2) CHARLES ANGE LAISANT, 3) CHARLES MALATO, 4) SOL FERRER, 5) RESEARCH MATERIALS ABOUT FRANCISCO FERRER, 6) EPHEMERA, PHOTOGRAPHS AND SCRAPBOOKS, and 7) OLGA P. FERRER.

Historical Background

Francisco Ferrer Guardia, a theoretical anarchist and the founder of La Escuela Moderna, was born January 10, 1849, in Allela, a small town near Barcelona. His parents were practicing Catholics, but his uncle was a freethinker who influenced him strongly. Consequently, Ferrer became a follower of the republican radical Manuel Ruiz Zorilla, and he frequently acted as a messenger for the exiled leader. In 1885, when Ruiz Zorilla attempted a coup that failed, Ferrer was also forced into exile.

Ferrer went to Paris with his wife of five years, Therese Sanmarti, and their three daughters, Trinidad, Paz and Sol. In 1893, after a stormy and sometimes violent relationship, Ferrer and his wife separated. Therese moved to the Ukraine with Sergei de Moering, a Russian aristocrat, taking her daughter Sol with her. In 1899, Ferrer entered into a common law marriage with Leopoldine Bonnard, a wealthy teacher who was associated with the Parisian free-thought movement. Together they had a son, Riego. Ferrer's unconventional private life aroused suspicion among more traditional elements in French and Catalan society, and it often discredited him in the eyes of his political supporters.

Ferrer remained in Paris for sixteen years. He was an active Dreyfusard, a member of the Grand Orient, a delegate to the Second International, and a supporter of a new form of libertarian education being practiced at a primary school in Cempuis, France. He also offered free Spanish lessons. One of his most notable pupils was a wealthy spinster named Jeanne Ernestine Meunie. In March 1901, Meunie died suddenly, leaving Ferrer a sizable fortune.

Ferrer returned to Spain, now more of a threat to Spanish authorities than ever -- not only was he a radical reformer, but a wealthy one. On September 8, 1901, Ferrer opened La Escuela Moderna. The professed goal of the school was to educate the working class in a rational, secular and non-coercive setting, but its high tuition allowed only wealthy middle class students to attend. It was privately hoped that when the time was ripe for revolutionary action, these students would be motivated to lead the working classes.

La Escuela Moderna grew rapidly. By 1906, thirty-four schools with over 1,000 students were directly or indirectly influenced by the school and its textbooks. With the urging of Lerroux, the leader of the Radicals, a left wing republican party, Ferrer helped to organize lower cost schools in areas sympathetic to the Radical party. These schools competed with Catholic schools and were openly anticlerical. Religious leaders, in an unsuccessful attempt to shut the schools down, accused Ferrer and Lerroux of using the schools as fronts in order to obtain municipal subsidies to fund Radical party activities. Despite this considerable opposition, Ferrer viewed the project as even more successful than La Escuela Moderna because it directly affected the working class. He devoted considerable time and money in order to ensure the school's success.

Ferrer continued to test the tolerance of Spanish authorities and clerics by organizing a massive demonstration on Good Friday (April 12, 1906) in support of secular education. Furthermore, late in 1905, Ferrer began living with Soledad Villafranca, a teacher in La Escuela Moderna who was twenty two years his junior. Then, on May 31, 1906, a young man named Mateo Morral threw a bomb at King Alphonso XIII's wedding party. Morral was an employee in Ferrer's publishing firm, and police speculated that Ferrer had encouraged Morral to throw the bomb. Ferrer, who had been a suspect in two previous political assassinations, was arrested on June 4, 1906, and placed in the Carcel Modelo in Madrid. He was finally released June 12, 1907, due to insufficient evidence.

During Ferrer's incarceration, La Escuela Moderna was shut down and would not open its doors again. After his release, the Radical Party was reluctant to maintain connections with Ferrer because of his well-publicized imprisonment. Isolated, Ferrer returned to Paris together with C. A. Laisant, L. Descartes, Eugenio Fourniere, C. Malato, A. Naquet, and Sembat. There, with the intent of continuing the work they had begun in Spain, they founded the International League for the Rational Education of Children. In 1908, Ferrer began publishing L'ECOLE RENOVEE, a magazine intended to promote communication among European educators. He also continued the publication of his BOLETIN DE LA ESCUELA MODERNA DE BARCELONA. Ferrer soon realized, however, that he had lost his ability to influence directly the educational movement in Spain. His old interest in anarcho-syndicalism reemerged, and he began to devote more and more of his time to the Catalan labor movement.

In July of 1909, political events in Spain spun out of control. Spontaneous protests broke out in the streets, evolving into a massive general strike. Revolutionary leaders, anxious to seize the moment, were ultimately unprepared and thus lost control of the crowds. The result was five days of mob rule known today as the Tragic Week.

On July 28, martial law was declared throughout Spain, and a brutal military suppression continued until September. Anyone deemed dangerous to the government was jailed. Francisco Ferrer was found late in September and thrown in the dreaded fortress of Montjuich in Barcelona. A hurried trial ensued, in which he was accused of fomenting the insurrection. Ferrer had very little, if anything, to do with the uprising, but false evidence and forced confessions were produced. The government still believed that Ferrer had instigated the assassination attempt on the king in 1906 and wanted revenge. Ferrer was put to death by firing squad on October 13, 1909. Because Ferrer was well-known internationally, his execution caused a sensation throughout North America and Western Europe. In Great Britain, George Bernard Shaw, H. G. Wells, and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle protested with Peter Kropotkin and other anarchists. Ferrer was named a martyr for free thought and, by his execution, became one of the most famous of Spanish anarchists.

Scope and Content

Accession Processed in 1996

The collection is arranged in seven series: 1) FRANCISCO FERRER GUARDIA, 2) CHARLES ANGE LAISANT, 3) CHARLES MALATO, 4) SOL FERRER, 5) RESEARCH MATERIALS ABOUT FRANCISCO FERRER, 6) EPHEMERA, PHOTOGRAPHS AND SCRAPBOOKS, and 7) OLGA P. FERRER.

SERIES 1: FRANCISCO FERRER GUARDIA

The first series, FRANCISCO FERRER GUARDIA, is arranged in four subseries: A) Correspondence, B) Writings - Original Manuscripts, C) Writings - Manuscripts Transcribed by Sol Ferrer, and D) Legal Documents.

A) Correspondence. This subseries is arranged chronologically and contains letters written by Ferrer to colleagues and family between 1904-1909. Most of the letters are written to Charles A. Laisant and Charles Malato, but also included is correspondence with his daughters Paz and Trinidad, his brother Jose, Pedro Vallina, and Juan Colominas Maseras. Of particular note are the letters Ferrer wrote to Malato during his incarceration in the Modelo Prison between June 26, 1906, and June 7, 1907. These letters provide an account of Ferrer's experiences and thoughts, strategies for freeing him legally, the closure of La Escuela Moderna, his observations on the articles and books he was reading, his persecution by the Jesuits, and his treatment in prison.

B) Writings - Original Manuscripts. This subseries contains the original manuscript for Principios de Moral Cientifica, written by Ferrer during his imprisonment in the Carcel Modelo in Madrid.

C) Writings - Manuscripts Transcribed by Sol Ferrer. This subseries contains transcribed, edited, and translated versions of Ferrer's writings prepared for publication by his daughter Sol Ferrer: LA CAUSA CONTRA FRANCISCO FERRER, LA ESCUELA MODERNA, and Principios de Moral Cientifica.

D) Legal Documents. This subseries is arranged chronologically and includes notarized transcriptions of the baptism certificates for Ferrer Guardia and members of his family; copies of Ferrer's membership certificates for the Freemasons of Spain and the Grand Orient of Paris; a copy of the will of Jeanne Ernestine Meunie; an extract of the register of the deliberation of the Couderkerque-Branche's Municipal Council meeting of November 12, 1909; court proceedings from the Assize Court of the Seine regarding Pedro Vallina's plot to assassinate Alphonso XIII; the inventory of Ferrer's estate; and Ferrer's last will and testament dated October 13, 1909.

SERIES 2: CHARLES ANGE LAISANT

The second series, CHARLES ANGE LAISANT, contains correspondence and a pamphlet entitled A LA PORTE L'ASSASSIN. Charles Ange Laisant, a French mathematician and the vice-president of the Societe Astronomique de France, was a close friend and supporter of Francisco Ferrer. These items were acquired by Sol Ferrer after her father's death in 1909.

The correspondence, dated 1906-1910, reflects Laisant's admiration for Ferrer. The only letter from 1906 is written to the Royal Academy of Sciences of Madrid protesting the incarceration of Ferrer. Laisant and colleague E. Carvallo insisted that Ferrer was persecuted solely because he was a rationalist educator and feared that if this injustice was ignored by the intellectual community, then others with radical ideas would also be unfairly jailed. Laisant launched a larger letter writing campaign in 1909 when Ferrer was jailed and shot by the Spanish government. Alphonso XIII was a member of the Societe Astronomique de France, and Laisant wanted the king's membership suspended. Laisant corresponded with several important figures, including Gabrielle Camille Flammarion, Alfred Naquet, and Francisco Galceran, accusing the king of being a murderer and thus unfit to be a member of the society. It was decided that the society would publish a pamphlet, A LA PORTE L'ASSASSIN, signed by all senior members. The pamphlet, published in 1910, is included at the end of this series.

SERIES 3: CHARLES MALATO

The third series, CHARLES MALATO, is arranged in two subseries: A) Correspondence and B) Miscellaneous Documents. Charles Malato, a French revolutionary and propagandist, was a close friend of Francisco Ferrer. These items were acquired by Sol Ferrer after the death of her father.

A) Correspondence. This subseries spans the years 1891-1914 and contains correspondence with several notable figures, including Alejandro Lerroux, Pedro Vallina, Anselmo Lorenzo, and Henri Rochefort. The fifteen letters do not have a common focus or theme.

B) Miscellaneous Documents. This subseries is arranged chronologically and contains four items: an 1897 announcement and program for a benefit event; an 1872 summons for Malato from the French commander general regarding an insurrectionary movement; Malato's French travel permits from 1878; and his membership card for the Association Fraternelle des Anciens Combattants et des Amis de la Commune.

SERIES 4: SOL FERRER

The fourth series, SOL FERRER, contains five subseries; A) Biographical Material, B) Correspondence, C) Writings, D) Lectures, and E) Organizations. These items form the bulk of the collection.

A) Biographical Material. This subseries is arranged alphabetically and contains official certificates and documents and autobiographical notes by Sol Ferrer that reflect on her life and her experiences.

B) Correspondence. This subseries is arranged chronologically and spans the period 1920 -1970. It contains letters to and from Sol Ferrer's colleagues and friends. Some of the letters discuss Sol Ferrer's research projects, but most are personal. The correspondence logs at the end of the series contain drafts of letters Sol Ferrer wrote, most undated.

C) Writings. This subseries begins with Sol Ferrer's numbered files of her writings in her original order and is followed by a significant number of her writings, most of which deal with her father's life and work. There are several drafts of her published work, LA VIE ET L'OEUVRE DE FRANCISCO FERRER, UN MARTYR AU XXe SIECLE (1962), which was largely adapted from her Ph.D. dissertation, LA PENSEE POLITIQUE ET SOCIALE DE FRANCISCO FERRER GUARDIA (1959).

D) Lectures. This subseries is arranged alphabetically and contains drafts of lectures given by Sol Ferrer during the period 1949 - 1970. The majority of texts are in French. In addition to addressing topics related to her father, she also spoke on Spanish history and politics.

E) Organizations. This subseries contains the statutes, forms, minutes, and correspondence for the Association Internationale des Amis de Francisco Ferrer, founded in 1960, and conference material from the 33rd Congres Internationale de la Libre Pensee held in 1959. The conference was dedicated to the work of Francisco Ferrer and the material includes the program, conference papers in several languages and photographs.

SERIES 5: RESEARCH MATERIALS ABOUT FRANCISCO FERRER

The fifth series, RESEARCH MATERIALS, contains five subseries: A) Bibliographic Information on Francisco Ferrer, B) Sol Ferrer's Notes on Writings of Others, C) Sol Ferrer's Journals and Miscellaneous Notes, D) Newspaper Clippings, and E) Writings of Others.

A) Bibliographic Information on Francisco Ferrer. This subseries includes research notes that Sol Ferrer compiled and notecards that provide an exhaustive bibliography for Francisco Ferrer.

B) Sol Ferrer's Notes on Writings of Others. This subseries is arranged alphabetically and contains notes on the material read and consulted while preparing her dissertation, books, articles, and lectures.

C) Sol Ferrer's Journals and Miscellaneous Notes. This subseries is arranged chronologically and contains notebooks with notes on readings, draft correspondence, and newspaper clippings. Sol Ferrer's research took her to the British Museum Library, the Lenin Library and the New York Public Library, among others. She read and took notes in English and Russian.

D) Newspaper Clippings. This subseries is contains articles about Francisco Ferrer, dated 1906-1969, and miscellaneous articles, dated mostly in the 1950s.

E) Writings of Others. This subseries contains writings and plays, mostly about Ferrer, by various authors. Of note is the original manuscript of the play FLOREAL by Jean Pierre Chardon. FLOREAL was translated into Spanish by Anselmo Lorenzo and published by La Escuela Moderna in 1906.

SERIES 6: EPHEMERA, PHOTOGRAPHS AND SCRAPBOOKS.

This series spans the period 1909-1964 and contains items devoted almost entirely to Francisco Ferrer. Included are photographs of Ferrer and his family, scrapbooks created by Sol Ferrer that contain commemorative pamphlets, flyers, photographs of memorial services and monuments, and postcards of Ferrer and monuments.

SERIES 7: OLGA P. FERRER

This series is arranged in two subseries: A) Biographical Material and Writings, B) Correspondence and C) Bartolome Soler Materials.

A) Biographical Material and Writings. This small subseries is arranged alphabetically and contains certification of Olga P. Ferrer's doctoral degree, notebooks, two photographs and newspaper clippings.

B) Correspondence. This subseries is arranged chronologically and contains family and general correspondence.

C) Bartolome Soler Materials. Olga Ferrer worked as Soler's literary agent.

SEPARATION NOTE

Books and journals received in the 1995 accession of the Francisco Ferrer Guardia Collection have been separated from the collection and added elsewhere to the Library's holdings. To identify and list these items, conduct an author search in ROGER on the term "Ferrer, Sol former owner."

FRANCISCO FERRER GUARDIA

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Correspondence

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11 1902 May 20, Paz Ferrer to Francisco Ferrer Guardia.
12 1904 March 5, Paz Ferrer to Francisco Ferrer Guardia. Postcard.
13 1904 March 21, Paz Ferrer to Francisco Ferrer Guardia. Postcard.
14 1906 June 26-Dec. 21, Francisco Ferrer Guardia from Carcel Modelo, Madrid. Several letters, most to Charles Malato.
15 1907 January 2 - June 7, Francisco Ferrer Guardia from the Carcel Modelo, Madrid. Several letters, mostly to Charles Malato.
16 1907 January 15, Trinidad Ferrer to Francisco Ferrer Guardia.
17 1907 March 27, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to an unidentified correspondent. Photocopy.
18 1907 April 30, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to an unidentified correspondent. Photocopies.
19 1907 June 6, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to unidentified correspondent. Photographic reproduction and negative.
110 1907 June 14, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to an unidentified correspondent.
111 1907 October 15, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
112 1907 October 30, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
113 1907 November 1, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
114 1907 November 12, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
115 1907 November 14, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
116 1907 November 20, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
117 1907 December 2, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Dr. Decroly. Included is a letter from Dr. Decroly's wife written in 1949 to Sol Ferrer describing how she found these letters written by Ferrer. (A photocopy of this letter is also in the Sol Ferrer correspondence.)
118 1907 December 3, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Dr. Decroly. Photographic reproduction, photocopy and typescript transcription.
119 1907 December 3, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
120 1907 December 6, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Mariano Colominas [?]. Given to Sol Ferrer by Juan Colominas on November 17, 1965
121 1907 December 11, Charles A. Laisant to Francisco Ferrer Guardia.
122 1907 December 14, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
123 1908 January 11, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
124 1908 January 23, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
125 1908 January 28, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
126 1908 February 27, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
127 1908 March 3, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
128 1908 March 4, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
129 1908 March 20, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
130 1908 April 26, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
131 1908 May 1, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
132 1908 May 17, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant. Two letters.
133 1908 May 23-24, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to unidentified correspondent.
134 1908 May 26, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
135 1908 May 28, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
136 1908 June 2, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
137 1908 June 17, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
138 1908 June 19, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
139 1908 August 11, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
140 1908 August 22, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Juan Colominas. Postcard.
141 1908 August 23, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Juan Colominas. Postcard.
142 1908 August 26, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
143 1908 October 1, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles Malato. Postcard.
144 1908 October 8, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
145 1908 October 10, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
146 1908 October 24, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
147 1908 October 28, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
148 1908 October 29, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
149 1908 November 15, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles Malato.
150 1908 November 18, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles Malato.
151 1908 November 29, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
152 1908 December 3, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
153 1908 December 4, Jose Ferrer to Francisco Ferrer Guardia.
154 1908 December 8, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
155 1908 December 17, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
156 1909 Francisco Ferrer Guardia to unidentified correspondent.
157 1909 March 8, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
158 1909 March 25, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant. Telegram.
159 1909 April 3, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
160 1909 April 6, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
161 1909 April 11, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to unidentified correspondent. Photographic reproduction and photocopies.
162 1909 April 21, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Jose Ferrer. Postcard.
163 1909 May 3, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles A. Laisant.
164 1909 June 3, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles Malato.
165 1909 June 17, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Jose Ferrer.
166 1909 July, Trinidad Ferrer Sanmarti to Francisco Ferrer Guardia.
167 1909 August 8, C. Litran to Francisco Ferrer Guardia. Includes newspaper clipping.
168 1909 October 1, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles Malato from the Carcel Celular, Barcelona. Photocopies and negative of photographic reproduction.
169 1909 October 3, Francisco Ferrer Guardia to Charles Malato from the Carcel Celular, Barcelona. Two postcards.
170 1909 October 6. "La Compagne de Ferrer" to unidentified correspondent. Also contains part of an undated letter by Ferrer to unidentified correspondent.
171 Unidentified correspondence.

Writings -- Original Manuscripts

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172 Fragen und Antworten. Undated. Fragment of handwritten study text in German, with annotation by Sol Ferrer.
173 Principios de Moral Cientifica para Uso de las Escuelas Racionalistas, 1907. "Escrito en la Carcel Modelo de Madrid." Chapter 1. Handwritten text.
174 Principios de Moral Cientifica para Uso de las Escuelas Racionalistas, 1907. Chapters 2 and 3. Handwritten text.
175 Principios de Moral Cientifica para Uso de las Escuelas Racionalistas, 1907. Chapters 4 - 6. Handwritten text.
176 Principios de Moral Cientifica para Uso de las Escuelas Racionalistas, 1907. Chapters 7-8. Handwritten text.
177 Principios de Moral Cientifica para Uso de las Escuelas Racionalistas, 1907. Chapters 9-10. Handwritten text.
178 Principios de Moral Cientifica para Uso de las Escuelas Racionalistas, 1907. Conclusion. Handwritten text.
179 Principios de Moral Cientifica para Uso de las Escuelas Racionalistas, 1907. Complete handwritten text, 95 pages.

Writings -- Manuscripts Transcribed by Sol Ferrer

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180 Causa contra Francisco Ferrer Guardia. Instruida y Fallada por la Jurisdiccion de Guerra en Barcelona. Ano, 1909. "Ejemplar 970." Handwritten copy in a notebook of the published text of 1911. Contains additional writings and loose pages in French.
181 Causa contra Francisco Ferrer Guardia. Instruida y Fallada por la Jurisdiccion de Guerra en Barcelona. Ano, 1909. "Ejemplar 970." Handwritten copy on loose pages of the published text of 1911.
182 LA ESCUELA MODERNA, 1960. New edition. Typescript drafts of a prologue written by Sol Ferrer.
21 LA ESCUELA MODERNA, 1960. New edition. Handwritten text of a preface by Anselmo Lorenzo in French and sections of a French translation of the original text. Includes typescripts "Mlle. Meunier," "Gli Scopi dell Scuola Moderna," and mimeographed "Una Carta de [Pedro] Kropotkine."
22 LA ESCUELA MODERNA: POSTUMA EXPLICACION Y ALCANCE DE LA ENSENANZA RACIONALISTA, 1912. Handwritten transcription and notes by Sol Ferrer in a notebook.
23 Principes de Morale Scientifique a l'Usage des Ecoles Rationalistes, 1907. Handwritten and typescript French translations and summaries of the Spanish text.
24 Principios de Moral Cientifica para Uso de las Escuelas Racionalistas, 1907. Typed with notes by Sol Ferrer.

Legal Documents

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25 Baptism Certification for Jaume Joseph Feliu Ferrer, b. May 7, 1813. Handwritten certificate in Spanish and Catalan, dated September 25, 1957.
26 Baptism certification for Francisco Juan Ramon Ferrer b. Jan. 16, 1859. Handwritten certificate in Spanish dated September 25, 1957.
27 Baptism Certification for Teresa Francisca Lorenza b. Nov. 13, 1859. Handwritten certificate in Spanish dated December 12, 1962 and form dated January 24, 1935.
28 Death certification for Jaime Ferrer y Pujol d. April 10, 1890. Handwritten certificate dated September 25, 1957.
29 Death certification for Maria Angela Guardia y Ros d. June 21, 1900. Handwritten certificate in Spanish dated September 25, 1957.
210 Will of Jeanne Ernestine Meunie, 1901. Photographic reproduction. Meunie died in 1901, leaving half of her estate to Ferrer.
211 Renuncia de los Derechos Legitimarios Ortogada por D. Francisco Ferrer y Guardia, 1902. May 16. Photographic reproduction, photocopies and typescript.
212 Extrait des Procedures Deposees au Greffe de la Cour d'Appel de Paris. Assises de la Seine, 1905. May 25. Handwritten text of court depositions concerning the plot to assassinate Alphonso XIII.
213 Escritura de Testamento Ortogado por Don Francisco Ferrer Guardia, 1909. October 13. Handwritten copy by Ricardo Permanyer with typescript of French translation.
214 Extrait du Registre des Deliberations du Conseil Municipal, Ville de Coudekerque-Branche, 1909. November 12. Typescript of council motions protesting Ferrer's execution.
215 Escritura de Inventario de los Bienes Relictos por Francisco Ferrer Guardia, 1912. February 12. Handwritten copy of inventory of Ferrer's estate.
216 Diploma al Or[den] [Masonico] de Barcelona, 1883. April 12.
217 Grand Orient de France, 1898. Photographic reproductions of Ferrer's membership documents.

CHARLES ANGE LAISANT

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218 1906 December 28, E. Carvallo and Charles A. Laisant. To Members of the Royal Academy of Sciences of Madrid. Handwritten text and typescript copy.
219 1909 July 29, A. Naquet to C. A. Laisant.
220 1909 August 11, A. Costes to Charles A. Laisant.
221 1909 September 13, unidentified correspondent to Charles A. Laisant.
222 1909 October, Charles A. Laisant to W. Heaford.
223 1909 October 1, Charles A. Laisant to W. Heaford.
224 1909 October 1, J. Couture to Charles A. Laisant.
225 1909 October 2, Charles A. Laisant lecture notes in letter form. Addressed to the Theatre [?] de la Renaissance.
226 1909 October 6, H. Gamard to Charles A. Laisant. Gamard was the secretary of the Ligue Francaise pour la Defense des Droits de l"homme et du Citoyen.
227 1909 October 7, Charles A. Laisant to Francisco Galceran.
228 1909 October 13, Madame Thiek to Charles A. Laisant.
229 1909 October, Mauria Wolff to Charles A. Laisant. (After October 13).
230 1909 October 14, J. Couture to Charles A. Laisant.
231 1909 October 14, L.R. Gaudin to Charles A. Laisant.
232 1909 October 14, Genty to Charles Laisant.
233 1909 October 16, J. Couture to Charles A. Laisant.
234 1909 October 17, J. Couture to Charles A. Laisant.
235 1909 October 17, Gabrielle Camille Flammarion to Charles A. Laisant.
236 1909 October 18, Emelio Costa to Charles A. Laisant.
237 1909 October 18, J. Couture to Charles A. Laisant.
238 1909 October 18, J. Couture to Charles A. Laisant.
239 1909 October 19, Gabrielle Camille Flammarion to Charles A. Laisant.
240 1909 October 19, R. Frasa to Charles A. Laisant.
241 1909 October 22, Charles A. Laisant to the President.
242 1909 October 26, R. Frasa to Charles A. Laisant.
243 1909 October 29, Charles A. Laisant to unidentified correspondent.
244 1909 October 30, Gabrielle Camille Flammarion to Charles A. Laisant.
245 1909 November, Charles A. Laisant. To the members of the Societe Astronomique de France.
246 1909 November 1, J. D. Donoghue to Charles A. Laisant and A. Naquet.
247 1909 November 2, B. Baillard to Charles A. Laisant.
248 1909 November 4, G. Blum to Charles A. Laisant.
31 1909 November 4, Mathias Gorhard to Charles A. Laisant.
32 1909 November 5, C. Bodeny to Charles A. Laisant.
33 1909 November 7, [?] to Charles A. Laisant.
34 1909 November 8, C. Bodeny to Charles A. Laisant.
35 1909 November 9, J. Couture to Charles A. Laisant.
36 1909 November 11, A. Costes to Charles A. Laisant.
37 1909 November 12, E. Touchet to Charles A. Laisant.
38 1909 November 20, J. Couture to Charles A. Laisant.
39 1909 December 7, A. Costes to Charles A. Laisant.
310 1909 December 17, J. Couture to Charles A. Laisant.
311 1909 December 21, Les Amis de Ferrer to Charles A. Laisant.
312 1909 December 22, J. Couture to Charles A. Laisant.
313 1909 December 26, Leroy Bernard to Charles A. Laisant.
314 1909 December 28, J. Couture to Charles A. Laisant.
315 1909 December 31, J. Couture to Charles A. Laisant.
316 1910 date not given, unidentified correpondent to Charles A. Laisant.
317 1910 January 1, A. Costes to Charles A. Laisant.
318 1910 January 5, Charles A. Laisant to Duran Loriga.
319 1910 January 10, J. Couture to Charles A. Laisant.
320 1910 January 22, J. Couture to Charles A. Laisant.
321 1910 February 17, J. Couture to Charles A. Laisant.
322 1910 March 1, J. Couture to Charles A. Laisant.
323 1910 March 18, Georges Nouvelle to Charles A. Laisant.
324 1910 March 23, J. Couture to Charles A. Laisant.
325 1910 March 23, Georges Nouvelle to Charles A. Laisant.
326 1910 March 24, [?] Labie to Charles A. Laisant.
327 1910 April 7, Anselmo Lorenzo to Charles A. Laisant [?].
328 1910 May 23, J. Couture to Charles A. Laisant.
329 1910 May 27, Jean Guichard to Charles A. Laisant. Has the heading "Sur le mot 'Impossible' en science et sur le progres scientifique."
330 1910 July 9, Auguste Esnouf to Charles A. Laisant.
331 1910 October 1, Y. Villemsent [?] to Charles A. Laisant.
332 1910 October 20, Francisco Ferrer Committee to Charles A. Laisant.
333 1910 October 29, Antonio Reggiani to Charles A. Laisant.
334 1911 January 30, Rosalia Gwis Adami to Charles A. Laisant. Adami was with the Secretariat General, Federation Mondiale de la Jeunesse Pacifiste.
335 1911 February 2, Rosalia Gwis Adami to Charles A. Laisant.
336 1911 February 8, W. Hamburger to Charles A. Laisant.
337 1911 February 27, Rosalia Gwis Adami to Charles A. Laisant.
338 1911 March 14, Rosalia Gwis Adami to Charles A. Laisant.
339 1911 March 28, Aurelio Lena to Charles A. Laisant.
340 1911[?] April 8, W. Hamburger to Charles A. Laisant.
341 1911 April 11, W. Hamburger to Charles A. Laisant.
342 1911 June 8, W. Hamburger to Charles A. Laisant.
343 n.d. Charles A. Laisant to the executor of Ferrer's will.
344 n.d. Charles A. Laisant to Henri Brumont.
345 n.d. Charles A. Laisant. To members of the Royal Academy of Sciences, Madrid.
346 n.d. J. Couture. To the president of the Society Astronomique de France.
347 n.d. Dagincourt [?] to Charles A. Laisant.
348 n.d. Jaques Leboul [?] to Charles A. Laisant.
349 n.d. J. Couture. To the president of the Societe Astronomique de France.
350 n.d. Mrs. Alisoff, F. Stackelber. To the president of the Societe Astronomique de France.
351 n.d. Notes about Ferrer written by Charles A. Laisant.
352 A LA PORTE L'ASSASSIN, 1910. Pamphlet published by the Comite d'Exclusion d'Alphonse XIII, Societe Astronomique de France.

CHARLES MALATO

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Correspondence

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353 1891 October 6, [?] to Charles Malato.
354 1898 June 27, Henri Rochefort to Charles Malato. Includes a document fragment addressed to Henri Rochefort regarding General Weyler's military action in Cuba. The document has annotated date 1883 and is signed "A. Lincoln."
355 1905 December 2, Athos di San Malato Staiti to Charles Malato.
356 1907 January 24, Charles Malato to Mr. Berny.
357 1908 May 11, Pedro Vallina to Charles Malato.
358 1909 September 16, Lerroux to Charles Malato (telegram).
359 1909 October 15, Charles A. Laisant to Charles Malato.
360 1909 November 21, Charles A. Laisant to Charles Malato.
361 1910 May 29, N. Estevanez to Charles Malato.
362 1911[?] May 18, Anselmo Lorenzo to Charles Malato.
363 1914 September 24, Charles Malato to A. Naquet.
364 [19??] February 3, [?] to Charles Malato.
365 [19??] November 13, Louise Michel to Charles Malato.
366 n.d. Anselmo Lorenzo to Charles Malato.
367 n.d. Victor Meric to Charles Malato.

Documents

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368 Summons to Charles Malato from the Commander General of the Military Division. Regarding the insurrection of December 5, 1872.
369 Travel Permits for Charles Malato issued by the Direction du Service de la Deportation, 1879. For October 6th and October 14th.
370 Au Profit des Martyrises de Montjuich. Teatro de la Republica, August 8, 1897. Flyer and program for a speech given by Charles Malato.
371 Membership Card, Association Fraternelle des Anciens Combattants et des Amis de la Commune, 1928.

SOL FERRER

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Biographical Material

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372 Certificates and documents. Includes marriage and separation documents naming Rafael Vilar Fiol, a certificate of nationality, certification of doctoral degree, and newspaper clippings.
373 Impressions et Souvenirs de Ma Vie; Mes Impressions de Voyage a Moscou. Undated. Handwritten and typescript autobiographical accounts.
374 Memorias de Argentina [?]. Undated. Notebook with autobiographical accounts.
375 Miscellaneous autobiographical notes and verse. Undated. Notebook.

Correspondence

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376 1920-1939.
377 1940.
378 1941.
379 1942.
380 1943.
381 1944.
382 1945.
383 1946.
384 1947.
385 1948.
386 1949.
387 1950.
388 1951.
41 1952.
42 1953.
43 1954.
44 1955.
45 1956.
46 1957.
47 1958.
48 1959.
49 1960.
410 1961.
411 1962.
412 1963.
413 1964.
414 1965.
415 1966.
416 1967.
417 1968.
418 1969.
419 1970.
420 Correspondence log, 1963 - 1968. Notebook, notepads and loose pages with drafts of letters, some notes on readings and miscellaneous notes.
421 Correspondence log, 1960 - 1970. Undated. Notebooks and loose pages with draft correspondence.
422 Undated correspondence. Includes a note to Sol Ferrer written on a flyer ca. 1964, "Qu'il Aille Au Diable," linking Francisco Franco and Adolf Hitler.
423 Undated correspondence.

Writings

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51 File of writings, 1 - 17, 1968. Typescripts and handwritten texts grouped by subject.
52 File of writings, 18 - 36, 1968. Typescripts and handwritten texts grouped by subject.
53 File of writings, 37 - 43, 1968. Typescripts and handwritten texts grouped by subject.
54 File of writings, 44 - 57, 1968. Typescripts and handwritten texts grouped by subject.
55 File of writings, 61 - 78, 1968. Typescripts and handwritten texts grouped by subject.
56 File of writings, 79 - 85, 1968. Typescripts grouped by subject.
57 Abbeville le Chevalier de la Barre. Undated. Typescript.
58 Actualite de Francisco Ferrer, 1965. Typescript, photocopy and correspondence.
59 Beaute Abstraite de la Litterature Russe Comparee. Undated. Handwritten text.
61 Bible: Ses Origines; Ses Redacteurs; Sa Tradition et Sa Morale Barbare. Les Remaniments Qu'elle a Subit. 1950s. Typescript.
62 Consideraciones acerca del Estado de la Ensenanza en la Espana Actual, 1960. Typescript and handwritten text and notes.
63 Consideraciones sobre Ferrer, 1946. Typescripts and version published in the BOLETIN DE LA UNION DE INTELECTUALES ESPANOLES, no. 17, April, 1946. Includes a typescript version in Catalan.
64 Consideraciones sur L'Enseignement Actual en Espagne. Undated. Typescript and handwritten texts.
65 Cosas de Espana Franquista, 1962. Handwritten text.
66 Critique de l'Ouvrage de Pedro Sangro y Ros de Olano: L'OMBRE DE FERRER: DE LA SEMAINE TRAGIQUE A LA GUERRE... Undated. Notebook with handwritten draft.
67 Critique de l'Ouvrage de Pedro Sangro y Ros de Olano: L'OMBRE DE FERRER: DE LA SEMAINE TRAGIQUE A LA GUERRE... Undated. Typescript and handwritten sections.
68 Datos para una Reivindicacion, 1946. December 18. Typescript and handwritten version in French.
69 En la Carcel de Barcelona: Mi Entrevista con Pintado en Toulouse, 1956. Handwritten text with sketches.
610 Espagne: Epoque Contemporaine. Undated. Typescript. Also contains invitation, flyers, mimeographed and published material on the activities supporting the Spanish Republic in exile in the 1950s. Includes a pamphlet, "La Lutte Continue," published by the Comite d'Aide a la Resistance Espagnole."
611 Espagne, Pays de Cocagne et Enfer de Misere. Undated handwritten and typescript texts.
612 Faits Inedits de la Vie de Ferrer. Undated handwritten text.
613 Ferrer, l'Homme Aux Statues. Undated handwritten text.
614 Ferrer, l'Homme, sa Vie, l'Enseignement qui en Decoule, 1949. November 21. Handwritten and typescript texts.
615 Francisco Ferrer, 1956. December 1. Handwritten notes and draft, photocopy of article published in VOLONTA, number 3-4, in Italian. Also French version and correspondence.
616 Francisco Ferrer, Ce Meconnu, 1950. Handwritten and typescript texts.
617 Francisco Ferrer et le Fait Fondamentalement Humain, 1963. November 24. Typescript.
618 Francisco Ferrer, Martyr Laique. Undated. Typescript. Part 1.
619 Francisco Ferrer, Martyr Laique. Undated. Typescript. Part 2.
71 Francisco Ferrer Guardia: Medio Siglo Despues. Undated. Typescript.
72 Francisco Ferrer Guardia, Pedagogo. Undated. Handwritten text.
73 Francisco Ferrer Guardia, Sa Signification a l'Heure Actuelle, 1965. Handwritten texts and correspondence.
74 Francisco Ferrer Guardia, Su Significacion Contemporanea. Undated. Handwritten text.
75 Guerre Civile Espagnole. Undated. Typescript.
76 Humanidad del Porvenir por Enrique Lluria. Undated. Typescript.
77 Iglesia en la Ensenanza en Espana. Undated. Typescript and handwritten notes.
78 Influence Francaise en Espagne au 18eme Siecle. Undated. Typescript.
79 Informe acerca de la Situacion Politica Espanola. Undated. Handwritten.
710 Lenguage, Desarrollo Cerebral e Intelectual, Progreso Global y Conocimiento. Undated. Typescript.
711 Mensaje de Ferrer Guardia. Undated. Typescript drafts of prologue and text. Part 1.
712 Mensaje de Ferrer Guardia. Undated. Typescript index, prologue and draft text. Part 2.
713 Mexique Vu par Une Espagnole Exilee, 1962. Typescript.
714 Motivos de Ferrer Guardia. Undated. Draft 1. Handwritten and typescript texts.
81 Motivos de Ferrer Guardia. Undated. Draft 2. Handwritten and typescript texts.
82 Motivos de Ferrer Guardia. Undated. Draft 3. Typescript.
83 Note Sur le Cas Extraordinaire dont Souffre Encore en 1936 en France... Undated. Typescript.
84 Partidos Republicanos Nacionales. Undated. Typescript.
85 Pensamiento Politico-Social de Francisco Ferrer. Undated. Typescripts.
86 Pensee Creatrice de Francisco Ferrer. Undated. Typescript and handwritten text.
87 PENSEE POLITIQUE ET SOCIALE DE FRANCISCO FERRER, 1959. Notebook with Sol Ferrer's proposal for her dissertation and handwritten and typescript outlines.
88 PENSEE POLITIQUE ET SOCIALE DE FRANCISCO FERRER, 1959. Typescript draft of Sol Ferrer's doctoral dissertation.
89 PENSEE POLITIQUE ET SOCIALE: Francisco Ferrer Devant les Evenements..., 1959. Typescripts. A supplementary section of Sol Ferrer's doctoral dissertation.
91 PENSEE POLITIQUE ET SOCIALE: Ivan Bunin et l'Exil, 1959. Notebook with draft text in Russian and typescript. Supplementary section of Sol Ferrer's doctoral dissertation. Part 1.
92 PENSEE POLITIQUE ET SOCIALE: Ivan Bunin et l'Exil, 1959. Typescripts and handwritten sections. A supplementary section of Sol Ferrer's doctoral dissertation. Part 2. Includes Sol Ferrer's translation, "El Mistral," of a Bunin story published in LA NOSTRA REVISTA, vol. 1, no. 8, August 15, 1946.
93 Perenne Actualidad de Francisco Ferrer, 1963. Typescript. Draft 1.
94 Perenne Actualidad de Francisco Ferrer, 1963. Typescript. Draft 2.
95 Perenne Actualidad de Francisco Ferrer, 1963. Typescript. Draft 3.
96 Perenne Actualidad de Francisco Ferrer, 1963. Typescript. Draft 4. In French and Spanish sections. Includes correspondence from Rafael Vilar Fiol.
97 Perenne Actualidad de Francisco Ferrer, 1963. Typescript in stapled boards.
98 Post Tenebras Spero Lucem. Undated. Typescript.
99 Puissance de la Politique Vaticane en Espagne. Undated. Typescripts.
910 Remarques et Eclaircissements: La Lecture du Livre de Moreau de Joanes, STATISTIQUES DE L'ESPAGNE. Undated. Typescript. Includes photographic reproduction of title page for STATISTIQUES DE L'ESPAGNE.
101 Revelations sur la Vie de Francisco Ferrer Guardia; Son Oeuvre; L'Enfant et la Femme dans la Societe, 1949. January 31. Typescripts and published pamphlet version.
102 Le Role de la Femme Actuelle. Undated. Handwritten text. Also a typescript, "Vatican II: Accordera-t-il la Pretrise aux Femmes?" Author not given.
103 Tendences Federatives de l'Europe. Undated. Handwritten notes and typescripts.
104 Traites Characteristiques Comparatifs de l'Evolution de l'Enseignement, en France et en Espagne... Undated. Typescript and handwritten notes.
105 Traits Particuliers de L'Enseignement Actuelle en Espagne: Epilogue de l'Ecole Moderne. Undated. Typescript.
106 VERITABLE FRANCISCO FERRER, 1948 - 1949. Scrapbook with promotional material, newspaper clippings with reviews and mimeographed review.
107 VIDA Y OBRA DE FRANCISCO FERRER GUARDIA: UN MARTYR DEL SIGLO XX, 1980. Typescript.
108 VIE ET OEUVRE DE FRANCISCO FERRER: UN MARTYR AU XXe SIECLE, 1962. Drawing and typescript of cover, title page with index, typescript of prologue by C.A. Bontemps and list of works by Sol Ferrer.
109 VIE ET OEUVRE DE FRANCISCO FERRER: UN MARTYR AU XXe SIECLE, 1962. Handwritten draft sections.
1010 VIE ET OEUVRE DE FRANCISCO FERRER: UN MARTYR AU XXe SIECLE, 1962. Draft 1. Typescript.
1011 VIE ET OEUVRE DE FRANCISCO FERRER; UN MARTYR AU XXe SIECLE, 1962. Draft 2. Typescript.
1012 VIE ET OEUVRE DE FRANCISCO FERRER: UN MARTYR AU XXe SIECLE, 1962. Draft 3. Typescript.
111 VIE ET OEUVRE DE FRANCISCO FERRER: UN MARTYR AU XXe SIECLE, 1962. Draft 4. Typescript.
112 VIE ET OEUVRE DE FRANCISCO FERRER: UN MARTYR AU XXe SIECLE, 1962. Draft 5. Typescript.
113 VIE ET OEUVRE DE FRANCISCO FERRER: UN MARTYR AU XXe SIECLE, 1962. Index Alphabetique des Noms Cites. Typescript.
114 VIE ET OEUVRE DE FRANCISCO FERRER: UN MARTYR AU XXe SIECLE, 1962. Erratum et Addendum. Handwritten list.
115 VIE ET OEUVRE DE FRANCISCO FERRER: UN MARTYR AU XXe SIECLE, 1962. Page proofs.
116 VIE ET OEUVRE DE FRANCISCO FERRER: UN MARTYR AU XXe SIECLE. Reviews, 1962 - 1963. Mimeographed transcript of broadcast of program, September 6, 1962, "Actualite du Livre," September 6, 1962, with Jean Piron and an issue of CIRA: Centre Internationale de Recherches sur l'Anarchisme, no. 8, May, 1963, with review by Daniel Genot.
117 VIE ET OEUVRE DE FRANCISCO FERRER: UN MARTYR AU XXe SIECLE, 1962 - 1963. Scrapbook with correspondence and newspaper clippings.
118 Untitled writings. Undated. Handwritten and typescript text fragments.
119 Untitled writings. Undated. Handwritten and typescript text fragments.
121 Untitled writings. Undated. Handwritten and typescript text fragments.
122 Untitled writings. Undated. Handwritten and typescript text fragments.
123 Untitled writings. Undated. Handwritten and typescript text fragments.
124 Untitled writings. Undated. Handwritten and typescript fragments.

Lectures

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125 Causerie Donnee au Foyer Philosophique: Revelations su la Vie de Francisco Ferrer, 1949. January 31. Typescript and printed invitation.
126 Conference pour Dunquerque, 1964. April 11. Handwritten text.
127 Espagne Absente et Presente, 1956. May 18. Handwritten and typescript texts and printed invitation.
128 Espagne Contemporaine. Undated. Handwritten text.
129 Eugenisme dans son Aspect Social, 1951. April 12. Typescript with newspaper clippings.
1210 Famille Ferrer Installee a Alella, Petite Bourgade... Undated. Typescript and handwritten texts.
1211 Ferrer, l'Homme, Sa Signification Historique, 1949. November 26. Handwritten and typescript texts.
1212 Francisco Ferrer et les Eveches. Undated typescript and handwritten text.
1213 Francisco Ferrer, Mon Pere, 1949. May 25. Typescript and handwritten texts.
1214 Louise Michel; Aspectos de la Vie Sociale en URSS and other lectures, 1960 - 1965. Handwritten texts and notes in two notebooks.
1215 Message de Francisco Ferrer, Demeure-t-il Valable?, 1955. May 18. Handwritten text.
1216 Message de Francisco Ferrer Devant Le Nouveau Visage du Monde, 1957. February 15. Typescript text, invitation, ticket, and published account of Sol Ferrer's lecture.
1217 Paroles Prononcees a la Mutualite, 1959. October 9. Handwritten and typescript text.
131 Radio broadcasts with Sol Ferrer, 1955 - 1964. Mimeographed text for the program "La Pensee et les Hommes," of November 30, 1955 and handwritten text for "Reves Perdus," of November 5, 1964.
132 Rendez-Nous Gibraltar: Lettre aux Anglais. Undated. Handwritten and typescript texts.
133 Sens de la Justice. Undated. Handwritten text.
134 Untitled lectures, 1950 - 1970. Handwritten and typescript texts.

Organizations

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135 Association Internationale des Amis de Francisco Ferrer, 1960 - 1961. Statutes, membership information and forms, minutes, and correspondence. Also three issues of LIBRE PENSEE, April and December, 1959, and March, 1960, with information from the Federation Francisco Ferrer des Pyrenees Orientales.
136 Union Mondiale des Libres Penseurs. 33eme Congres International de la Libre Pensee, 1959. September 4-8. "Commemoration Francisco Ferrer." Mimeographed copies of conference papers.
137 Union Mondiale des Libres Penseurs. 33eme Congres International de la Libre Pensee, 1959. September 4-8. "Commemoration Francisco Ferrer." Scrapbook. Invitations, tickets, program, correspondence, and black-and-white and color photographs.
138 Union Mondiale des Libres Penseurs. 33eme Congres International de la Libre Pensee, 1959. September 4 - 8. "Commemoration Francisco Ferrer." Scrapbook. Black-and-white and color photographs, newspaper announcement and clippings.

RESEARCH MATERIALS ABOUT FRANCISCO FERRER

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Bibliographic Information on Francisco Ferrer

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139 Registre de Documents Manuscrits; Publications Rares; Iconographie, 1950 - 1960. Handwritten inventory lists.
1310FB-132-01Bibliography on Francisco Ferrer Guardia, 1950 - 1960. Notecards.
1311 Bibliographic material on Francisco Ferrer compiled by Sol Ferrer, 1950 - 1960. Includes typescript "Essai de Bibliographie sur l'Affaire Francisco Ferrer Guardia," handwritten and typescript lists of holdings in European and North American libraries.

Sol Ferrer's Notes On Writings By Others

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1312 Bunin, Ivan A. LA DELIVERANCE DE TOLSTOI. Gallimard, 5th ed., 1939., 1950 - 1960. Notebook. Includes pasted-in newspaper clippings under subject headings.
1313 Estevanez, Nicolas. HISTORIA DE ESPANA. Publicaciones de la Escuela Moderna, 1904, 1950 - 1960. Handwritten notes.
141 Lenin Library, Moscow, 1964. Notebook with notes in Russian and French. Includes a list of correspondence sent.
142 Lerroux, Alejandro. DE LA LUCHA. Granada y Cia. No date, 1950 - 1960. Notebook. Includes notes on Orts-Ramos, A. and F. Caravaca. FRANCISCO FERRER GUADIA, APOSTOL DE LA RAZON. Naucci, 1932.
143 Martel, J. L'ECOLE EXPERIMENTALE DE FERRER COMME SYMBOLE D'UN MOUVEMENT D'EDUCATION PROGRESSIVE MODERNE, 1933, 1950 - 1960. Handwritten and typescript notes, summaries by Sol Ferrer and others.
144 NUEVO MUNDO (newspaper), November - June, 1906. 1950-1960. Notebook with handwritten excerpts and newspaper clipping. Also notes from EL NOTICIERO UNIVERSAL, 1911, and notes and clippings from various sources.
145 Orts-Ramos, A. and F. Caravaca. FRANCISCO FERRER GUARDIA, APOSTOL DE LA RAZON. Naucci, 1932, 1950 - 1960. Notebook. Also contains notes from other sources.
146 Pi y Assuaga, Francisco. PRELUDIOS DE LA LUCHA, 1906., 1950 - 1960. Notebook.
147 Psichari, Lucien. ANATOLE FRANCE ET LA LAICITE. Undated. Typescript.
148 Rama, Carlos M. LA CONCEPTION DE L'ETAT DANS LA CRISE ESPAGNOLE DU XXe SIECLE, 1954, 1950 - 1960. Three notebooks (I, II, and IV).
149 Recueil d'Extraits Similars a la Pensee Ferreriste, 1950 - 1960. Notebook. Also typescript notes on works by Pierre Bonnoure, R. Imbert-Nergal and Emile Tersen dealing with secular education.
1410 Simarro, L. EL PROCESO FERRER Y LA OPINION EUROPEA. E. Arias, 1910, 1950 - 1960. Notebook.
1411 Simarro, L. EL PROCESO FERRER Y LA OPINION EUROPEA. E. Arias, 1910, 1950 - 1960. Handwritten notes and typescripts.
151 Vimard, Raoul. DIEU CE INCONNU. Trois Collines, 1948, 1950 - 1960. Typescript notes.

Sol Ferrer's Journals and Miscellaneous Notes

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152 Journal, 1940 - 1950. Notes on readings.
153 Journal, 1950. [?] Notes on readings. Includes a section, "Actitud de los Intelectuales Espanoles ante Ferrer."
154 Journal, 1950 - 1960. Miscellaneous notes on readings, quotations and newspaper clippings.
155 Journal, 1960. Notes on readings and draft correspondence.
156 Notes. British Museum Reading Room, 1950 - 1960. English language material on the Ferrer case.
157 Notes. Livres Francais; Libros Espanoles, 1950 - 1960. Lists of titles and miscellaneous notes.
158 Notes. Pedagogia, 1950 - 1960. Readings and bibliography.
159 Notes. Readings on the history of Spain, 1950 - 1960. Three notebooks.
161 Miscellaneous notes, 1950 - 1970. Handwritten and typescript texts.
162 Miscellaneous notes, 1950 - 1970. Handwritten and typescript texts.
163 Miscellaneous notes, 1950 - 1970. Handwritten and typescript texts.
164 Miscellaneous notes, 1950 - 1970. Handwritten and typescript texts.
165 Miscellaneous notes, 1950 - 1970. Handwritten and typescript texts.

Newspaper Clippings

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166FB-133-01Articles on Francisco Ferrer Guardia, 1906 - 1969.
167FB-134-01Miscellaneous background articles, 1908 - 1965.

Writings of Others

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168 Antich, Jose. La Pedagogia de Francisco Ferrer. Conferencia Leida en El Ateneo de Madrid el dia 14 de junio, 1915. Mimeograph of typescript.
169 Benet, Josep. Maragall ante la Semana Tragica, 1964. Typescript. Includes letter from Benet to Rafael Vilar Fiol, September 6, 1965, and a copy of an interview with Benet.
1610 Chardon, Jean Pierre. Floreal, 1906. [?] Handwritten text of a play.
1611 Collida, J. Une Lueur Brillait... Reconstitution Scenique de l'Affaire Ferrer en Neuf Tableaux, 1935. Notebook with handwritten text.
1612 Concordia, Tomaso. La Martyre de Francisco Ferrer. Undated. Notebooks with notes by author [?] and Sol Ferrer, handwritten script by Sol Ferrer and typescript summary.
1613 Concordia, Tomaso. La Martyre de Francisco Ferrer. Undated. Typescript draft of script. Part 1.
1614 Concordia, Tomaso. La Martyre de Francisco Ferrer. Undated. Typescript draft of script. Part 2.
1615 Diez, Lain. Francisco Ferrer, 1959 - 1960. Typescript text of a lecture and correspondence.
1616 Ibarruri, Dolores. Intervencion de Dolores Ibarruri (Pasionaria) sobre la Construccion de la Democracia, 1945. November 26-30. Mimeographed text.
1617 Misefari, Bruno. Commemorazione di Francisco Ferrer, 1917. Mimeographed text of Misefari's remarks, presented by his widow in June, 1959.
1618 Montehus. Souvenir sur les Manifestations du Peuple de Paris contre l'Execution de Ferrer.... Undated. Handwritten text.
1619 Unidentified author. A Francisco Ferrer. Undated. Typescript of the lyrics of a song to the memory of Ferrer.
171 Unidentified author. L'Anarchie et Ferrer. Undated. Handwritten transcribed text with annotations by Sol Ferrer [?].
172 Unidentified author. El Redentor. Undated. Typescript drafts of a play about Ferrer and typescript notes for staging.
173 Vilar Fiol, Rafael. Notes on readings. Undated. Notebook. Also contains notes by Sol Ferrer.
174 Vilar Fiol, Rafael. [La Escuela Moderna de Francisco Ferrer...], 1960 - 1970. Handwritten outline sections for a book.

EPHEMERA, PHOTOGRAPHS AND SCRAPBOOKS

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175 Announcements and Invitations for Commemorative Events, 1909 - 1964. Includes a pamphlet with speech by Barot.
176 Commemorative postcards of Francisco Ferrer and the Escuela Moderna, 1919 - 1950.
177 Drawings and photographs of Francisco Ferrer, commemorative events, family members, and others, 1920 - 1960. Black-and-white and color prints, drawings. Includes an album with photographs of a commemorative event in Ostrava, Czechoslovakia, October 13, 1934.
178 Francisco Ferrer Guardia, 1909 - 1964. Scrapbook. Contains correspondence, newspaper clippings and pamphlets.
179 Francisco Ferrer Guardia, Pro et Contre, 1909 - 1964. Scrapbook. Articles for and against Ferrer and on the Escuela Moderna. Also contains carbon copies of Josep Benet's "Maragall ante la Semana Tragica" with annotations.

OLGA P. FERRER

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Biographical Material and Writings

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1710 Certification of doctorate, University of Paris; journals and notebooks; photographs, and newspaper clippings, 1950 - 1960.
181 Writings, 1950 - 1954. En Torno a Ivan Bunin; Une Ecole Ferreriste aux Etats Units; Una Publication de la Escuela Moderna a los Estados Unidos.

Correspondence

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182 Family correspondence, 1942 - 1971. Includes undated correspondence and photographic reproductions of correspondence.
183 General correspondence, 1948 - 1979.

Bartolome Soler Materials

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184 Correspondence, 1954 - 1956.
185 Writings - "Dead Plain," "Estepa Sigue Sonado," "Jambe de Bois Karu-Kinka," and "Peg Leg/Jambe de Bois". Undated typescripts.
186 Writings copyright registration forms, publishers promotinal material, and newspaper clippings, 1950 - 1960.



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