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Syndicalisme IWW (Industrial Workers of the World), circa 1950s

 File — Carton: 20, Folder: 4

Scope and Contents

From the Collection:

The Pierre L. Aubéry Archives, 1942-2009 (bulk 1960-1990) contain correspondence, research materials, clippings, manuscripts, and published materials created over Aubéry's lifetime. These papers reflect his personal interests and professional scholarship. Boxes one through three contain professional correspondence, correspondence with students, and correspondence with colleagues. Boxes four and five contain research notes and manuscripts about various philosophers. Boxes six through eleven contain mainly topical research files. These files hold handwritten notes, newspapers clippings, and articles. Box twelve holds material about Aubéry's employment at the University at Buffalo and his involvement with United University Professions. Documentation about conferences and professional associations, and ephemera and correspondence relating to Aubéry's travels abroad are also located in box twelve. Research files about specific individuals, including Thomas Jefferson, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Denis Diderot, and Maximilien Robespierre are found in box thirteen. Box fourteen contains topical research files and Aubery's appointment calendars, some of which contain detailed notes. Boxes fifteen through twenty hold topical research files. Some of these folders are arranged in alphabetical order. Box twenty also contains correspondence, news clippings, photographs, postcards, and manuscripts about Le Havre (France), especially during World War II. Box twenty-one holds research files that cover topics such as romanticism, realism, symbolism, and aesthetics. Boxes twenty-two through twenty-five contain research files on specific individuals. The majority of the individuals are French novelists, philosophers, theorists, and artists. These folders have notes, newspaper clippings, essays written by other individuals, manuscript drafts authored by Pierre Aubéry, and other information collected by him. Some of the folders are arranged in alphabetical order. Box twenty-six contains a few research files about individuals, including Satre, as well as personal correspondence and documentation about Aubéry and U.S. immigration.


  • circa 1950s


Terms of Access

The Pierre L. Aubéry Archives, 1942-2009 (bulk 1960-1990) are open to researchers.


Access to portions of this collection is RESTRICTED until January, 2060.


From the Collection: 32.7 Linear Feet (26 cartons, 1 half manuscript box)

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Repository Details

Part of the University Archives Repository

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