Notable European Studies Holdings in North America

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Collections by Holding Institution

Brigham Young University

French Political Pamphlets, 1559-1643
2300 pamphlets printed in France during the period of the Religious Wars (1550) and through the reign of Louis XIII. Digitized.
Letters of Philip II of Spain, 1592-1597
Letters of the King of Spain mainly to Don Diego de Orellana de Chaves, Royal Governor of Spain's northern coast. Digitized.

California State University, Sacramento

Tsakopoulos Hellenic Collection
Research collection of some 75,000 volumes encompassing all eras of Greek civilization but with particular strengths in post-Classical Hellenism from Byzantium to the present, including the Greek diaspora around the world.

University of Alberta

Georg Kaiser Collection
A repository of photocopies or microfilm reproductions of manuscripts and documentary materials currently held in the Georg-Kaiser-Archiv of the Akademie der Künste in Berlin as well as of manuscripts, letters, and other documents written by or about Georg Kaiser during his life in exile in Switzerland.
Salzburg Collection
The law collection of the Seminary Library of the Archbishop of Salzburg (Salzburg collection) includes over 2,800 titles, published between 1488 and the early 1960s.
Programmschriften Collection
German curriculum collection with accompanying treatises and dissertations.

University of California, Santa Barbara

French Revolutionary Pamphlets Collection, ca. 1782 - 1831
Collection of over 1300 print pamphlets, mostly from the period of the French Revolution.

University of Manitoba

FPG (Greve/Grove) & Freytag-Loringhoven Collections
Papers of the author Felix Paul Greve/Frederick Philip Grove and his first wife Else — known in New York Dada circles as Else Baroness von Freytag-Loringhoven.

University of Minnesota

James Ford Bell Library, pre ca. 1800 CE
more than 30,000 rare books, maps, manuscripts, pamphlets, broadsides, and other documents covering the history of international trade and cross-cultural interaction in the pre-modern era. Rare & antiquarian resources.

University of Southern California

Lion Feuchtwanger Collection
Collection featuring the German emigré novelist who settled in a house in Pacific Palisades that became a cultural magnet for other German emigrés.

University of Washington

Sephardic Studies Collection
Comprises one of the largest Ladino libraries in the United States. Digitized.
Sixteenth-century Italian Plays
An annotated bibliography of the sixteenth century Italian plays in UW Libraries Special Collections is available for reference.



Collections by Place

Austria

Salzburg Collection (University of Alberta)
The law collection of the Seminary Library of the Archbishop of Salzburg (Salzburg collection) includes over 2,800 titles, published between 1488 and the early 1960s.

Europe

James Ford Bell Library, pre ca. 1800 CE (University of Minnesota)
more than 30,000 rare books, maps, manuscripts, pamphlets, broadsides, and other documents covering the history of international trade and cross-cultural interaction in the pre-modern era. Rare & antiquarian resources.

France

French Political Pamphlets, 1559-1643 (Brigham Young University)
2300 pamphlets printed in France during the period of the Religious Wars (1550) and through the reign of Louis XIII. Digitized.
French Revolutionary Pamphlets Collection, ca. 1782 - 1831 (University of California, Santa Barbara)
Collection of over 1300 print pamphlets, mostly from the period of the French Revolution.

Germany

FPG (Greve/Grove) & Freytag-Loringhoven Collections (University of Manitoba)
Papers of the author Felix Paul Greve/Frederick Philip Grove and his first wife Else — known in New York Dada circles as Else Baroness von Freytag-Loringhoven.
Georg Kaiser Collection (University of Alberta)
A repository of photocopies or microfilm reproductions of manuscripts and documentary materials currently held in the Georg-Kaiser-Archiv of the Akademie der Künste in Berlin as well as of manuscripts, letters, and other documents written by or about Georg Kaiser during his life in exile in Switzerland.
Lion Feuchtwanger Collection (University of Southern California)
Collection featuring the German emigré novelist who settled in a house in Pacific Palisades that became a cultural magnet for other German emigrés.
Programmschriften Collection (University of Alberta)
German curriculum collection with accompanying treatises and dissertations.

Greece

Tsakopoulos Hellenic Collection (California State University, Sacramento)
Research collection of some 75,000 volumes encompassing all eras of Greek civilization but with particular strengths in post-Classical Hellenism from Byzantium to the present, including the Greek diaspora around the world.

Spain

Letters of Philip II of Spain, 1592-1597 (Brigham Young University)
Letters of the King of Spain mainly to Don Diego de Orellana de Chaves, Royal Governor of Spain's northern coast. Digitized.
Sephardic Studies Collection (University of Washington)
Comprises one of the largest Ladino libraries in the United States. Digitized.

Switzerland

Georg Kaiser Collection (University of Alberta)
A repository of photocopies or microfilm reproductions of manuscripts and documentary materials currently held in the Georg-Kaiser-Archiv of the Akademie der Künste in Berlin as well as of manuscripts, letters, and other documents written by or about Georg Kaiser during his life in exile in Switzerland.



Collections by Language

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Collections by Name

FPG (Greve/Grove) & Freytag-Loringhoven Collections
Papers of the author Felix Paul Greve/Frederick Philip Grove and his first wife Else — known in New York Dada circles as Else Baroness von Freytag-Loringhoven.
French Political Pamphlets, 1559-1643
2300 pamphlets printed in France during the period of the Religious Wars (1550) and through the reign of Louis XIII. Digitized.
French Revolutionary Pamphlets Collection, ca. 1782 - 1831
Collection of over 1300 print pamphlets, mostly from the period of the French Revolution.
Georg Kaiser Collection
A repository of photocopies or microfilm reproductions of manuscripts and documentary materials currently held in the Georg-Kaiser-Archiv of the Akademie der Künste in Berlin as well as of manuscripts, letters, and other documents written by or about Georg Kaiser during his life in exile in Switzerland.
James Ford Bell Library, pre ca. 1800 CE
more than 30,000 rare books, maps, manuscripts, pamphlets, broadsides, and other documents covering the history of international trade and cross-cultural interaction in the pre-modern era. Rare & antiquarian resources.
Letters of Philip II of Spain, 1592-1597
Letters of the King of Spain mainly to Don Diego de Orellana de Chaves, Royal Governor of Spain's northern coast. Digitized.
Lion Feuchtwanger Collection
Collection featuring the German emigré novelist who settled in a house in Pacific Palisades that became a cultural magnet for other German emigrés.
Programmschriften Collection
German curriculum collection with accompanying treatises and dissertations.
Salzburg Collection
The law collection of the Seminary Library of the Archbishop of Salzburg (Salzburg collection) includes over 2,800 titles, published between 1488 and the early 1960s.
Sephardic Studies Collection
Comprises one of the largest Ladino libraries in the United States. Digitized.
Tsakopoulos Hellenic Collection
Research collection of some 75,000 volumes encompassing all eras of Greek civilization but with particular strengths in post-Classical Hellenism from Byzantium to the present, including the Greek diaspora around the world.

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