Emile DRIANT (Neufchâtel-sur-Aisne 1855-1916,... - Lot 256 - Vermot et Associés

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Emile DRIANT (Neufchâtel-sur-Aisne 1855-1916,... - Lot 256 - Vermot et Associés
Emile DRIANT (Neufchâtel-sur-Aisne 1855-1916, officer, son-in-law of General Boulenger, writer under the pseudonym Capitaine Danrit, died for France) / Petition signed in his own hand, with autograph address and function, 1 p small in-8 plus address page, March 12, 1911, addressed to Amédée Buffet: artists and writers are concerned with preserving from destruction humble churches, moving memories such as calvaries, old cemeteries, "these remains of the past, these sources of spiritual life", "we want to safeguard the architectural physiognomy, the physical and moral figure of the Land of France".
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