Histoire Microform Sets
Title: Ambassadorial and secret service reports on revolutionary and Napoleonic France, 1781-1815
Imprint: Brighton, Sussex, Eng.: Harvester Press, 1984-.
Description: 17 microfilm reels; 35 mm. + guide ( leaves; 28 cm.).
Note: Part 1, PRO class FO 27, vol. 1-20, 1781-1786 (17 reels). Includes a title list.
“British ambassadorial and secret service papers, focusing upon France, including the Versailles Treaty of 1783, the Eden-Vergennes "Free Trade" Treaty of 1786, the French bankruptcy of 1786 and the growing tension leading up to the outbreak of the Revolution.”
Also published in microfiche: Zug, Switzerland: Inter Documentation, c1985.
OCLC: 84982035, 14185221
Title: Ancien Regime in turmoil? Commerce, politics, and society in France, c. 1682-1793: the Gazette Manuscrite, 1775-1793 and related sources from the John Rylands University Library of Manchester
Imprint: Marlborough, Wiltshire, England: Adam Matthew Publications, 1991.
Contents:  Gazette manuscrite, 1775-1793, 10 vols.(Fr. mss. 42-51). Comprised of letters sent on a weekly basis from Paris to Rennes. Interleaved are letters from Brest, L'Orient, Nantes, St. Malo, Vannes, etc.  Comité Révolutionnaire (Fr. mss. 110). Émargement des membres du Comité Révolutionnaire des Sections de Paris, 1793. —  Révolution française (Fr. mss. 115). Dialogue patriotique. —  Mirabeau (Fr. mss. 116). 18 Satirical epitaphs. —  Pièces diverses (Fr. mss. 117).  Mélanges littéraires (Fr. mss. 76-86 and 111).
Title: Anti-Napoleon. Schriften. Fürstliche Bibliothek
Author: Rainer Schöwerling and Hartmut Steinecke, (compilers).
Imprint: Hildesheim: Hildesheim : Georg Olms Verlag, 
Guide: UCLA French Collections
Description: 417 microfiche; 11 x 15 cm.
Note: Title on data sheet: “Anti-Napoleonische Pamphlete; politische Schriften aus den Freiheitskriegen 1813-1815; eine Microfiche-Edition aus den Fürstlichen Bibliothek Corvey.”
ISBN: 3487217740 (HBZ-ld. 3898655); 9783487217741 (HBZ-ld. 3898655); 3487217759 (HBZ-ld. 3942040); 9783487217758 (HBZ-ld. 3942040).
Title: Collection de docum[ents] s[ur] l'hist[oire]de la Révol[ution] française
Imprint: Zug, Switzerland: IDC, 1973
Description: 1835 [1820?] microfiche ; 9 x 13 cm.
Note: Reprints. Originally published under titles: Collection de documents inédits sur l'histoire économique de la Révolution française [1906-1952] ; Collection de documents relatifs à l'histoire de Paris pendant la Révolution française. 1906-1923[1883-1923?]. Issued in 51 containers. "690." Includes bibliographies and indexes. Various publishers, places, and dates of publication.
OCLC: 10149611, 24310440, 35685342, 54216019
Title: La condition ouvrière [en France]
Imprint: [Paris]: Microéditions Hachette, 1971
Catalogued by individual title. Series title varies.
Other title: Condition ouvrière en France au 19e siècle.
See, Perrot, Michele. Enquêtes sur la Condition Ouvrière en France au 19e Siècle. Paris: Microéditions Hachette, 1972.
Note: “The collection contains a vast amount of documentation about various economic and social aspects of 19th century working class life in France. Diverse viewpoints are included. There are some ideological works in the collection, but priority has been given to statistical and factual studies, including official government reports and private works of doctors, economists, statesmen and men of letters.”-- University of Toronto.
OCLC: 3857128, 3857128, and others.
Title: Despatches from United States ministers to France, 1789-1906
Author: United States. Dept. of State
Imprint: Washington: National Archives, 1940-1966?. National Archives Microfilm Publications, no. 34.
Description: 128 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
Washington: National Archives, 1940-1966?.
National Archives Microfilm Publications, no. 34.
Note: Microfilm publications-U.S. National Archives ;; M34; Record Group 59-U.S. National Archives, General Records of the Department of State ;; FM 34; Variation: National Archives microfilm publications ;; microcopy no. M 34; United States; National Archives.; Record Group 59. General records of the Dept. of State; FM34.
OCLC: 5096828, 27636206
Title: Documents diplomatiques français, 1871-1914
Imprint: Paris, Impr. nationale, 1929-1959
Description: 41 vols; 28 cm.
(Commission of Publication of the Documents Relating to the Origins of the War of 1914. French Diplomatic Documents).
Note: At head of title: Ministère des affaires étrangères./ Reproduction: Microfiche. Cleveland, Microphoto Division, Bell & Howell Co. [n. d.] 5 boxes of sheets. 10.5 x 15 cm. Also: Zug, Switzerland,/ Inter-Documentation,/ [19--]./ 558 microfiches in 14 cases ; 9 x 12 cm.
Print documents, see http://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/fr/ministere_817/archives-patrimoine_3512/publications_11473/docs-diplomatiques_22237.html
OCLC: 1570017, 1377484, 14160394
Title: The Dreyfus affair in the making of modern France; rare books and pamphlets from the Dreyfus Collection of the Harvard College Library
Author: M. Scott Lerner, ed.
Imprint: Woodbridge, Conn.: Research Publications, 1996.
Description: 53 microfilm reels; 35 mm. + 1 guide.
Note: Microfilm reproduction: Woodbrige, Conn.: Primary Source Media, 1995; 597 titles in 66 reels.
OCLC: 36236077, 38421024
Title: Les Enquêtes des préfets de l'empire
Author: Jean-Claude Perrot, présentées par
Imprint: Montrouge, France : Micróeditions Hachette, 1975.
Description: 435 [microfiche]cards; 11 x 15 cm.
(Sources statistiques de l'histoire de France)
Note: Title from accompaying guide (16,  p. ; 21 cm.)./ Reproduction: Microfiche. Reproduces ca. 30,000 pages of volumes of varying formats and titles housed in the Bibliothèque nationale, Paris.
OCLC: 3021450, 4045428
Title: European Women's Periodicals
Imprint: Woodbridge, CT: Research Publications, 1992-1999.
Guide: UCLA French Collections
Description:  microfilm reels; 35 mm. + guide[s].
Note: “Unit 2, Periodicals from France; (24 microfilm reels ; 35 mm. + 1 guide ( leaves ; 28 cm.). OCLC: 31084697.”
“Rare and important titles from the Internationaal Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis and the Interationaal Informatiecentrum en Archief voor de Vrouwenbeweging in Amsterdam. Introductory material and reel numbers in guide in English.”
OCLC: 61734013, 61741658, and others.
Title: France's forgotten legion: Service records of French military and administrative personnel stationed in the Mississippi Valley and Gulf Coast Region, 1699-1769
Author: Carl A. Brasseaux
Imprint: Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2000.
Description: 1 computer laser disc; 3/4 in. + 1 introductory text (xvi, 103 p.; 19 cm.).
Note: "A CD-ROM publication." pt. 1. Governors and administrators — pt. 2. Military officers — pt. 3. Noncommissioned officers — pt. 4. Cadets — pt. 5. Enlisted men — pt. 6. Support personnel. Presents the career biographies of more than 7,000 men and women known to have served the French monarchy in colonial Louisiana. With data drawn from military, administrative, civil, judicial, and ecclesiastical sources, colonists from all walks of life are sketched: governors, laborers, midwives, interpreters, land surveyors, corporals, clerks, and surgeons. The CD-ROM also contains over thirty images, ranging from portraits to maps of towns and architectural drawings of fortifications.”
ISBN: 0807124834; 9780807124833
Title: French political pamphlets, 1547-1648
Author: Robert O. Lindsay
Imprint: New Haven : Research Publications, 1978-
Description: 62 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
Note: The target numbers in this project are based on the item numbers in: Lindsay, Robert O. and Neu, John, compilers. French political pamphlets, 1547-1648; a catalog of major collections in American libraries. Madison, University of Wisconson Press, 1969. Some pamphlets identified with the Lindsay-Neu numbers are not available. See also, French political pamphlets, 1560 thru 1653 from collections in the Newberry Library.
OCLC: 4080893, 5317617, 44045930, 7179523, 47435
Title: French Revolution research collection
Author: Colin Lucas, ed.
Imprint: [Oxford]: Pergamon Press, 1989-1995.
Description: Microfiche number varies: 26,000?
Contents: 12 volume Guide to the microfiche collection has call no. DC141.F63 1990 (RR3). Collection also includes Videodisk, Images of the French Revolution (RR3).
A comprehensive collection of source material for study of the French revolution, comprising approximately 1,145,000 pages.
Contents: Section 1, Newspapers: Newspapers reproduced include the full range of newspapers active during the 1790s, including many rarely seen issues. (Approximately 100,000 pages.) — Section 2, Memoirs and histories. Includes memoirs and histories by witnesses of the Revolution. (Approximately 167 titles, 100,000 pages.) — Section 3, Basic printed collections. Collected primary sources published in the 19th and early 20th century. (Approximately 150,000 pages.) — Section 4, Bibliographical and research tools. Includes all known catalogs, inventories, and bibliographies for French Revolution research. (Approximately 20,000 pages.) — Sections 5-12: Thematic collections of selected pamphlets and other documents published during the period of the French Revolution: Section 5, Pre-Revolutionary debate: Discourse on citizenship, rights, social organization, government and power during the 12 years prior to the Revolution. (Approximately 1,200 items, 30,000 pages.) — Section 6, Political themes: Local government, extra-parliamentary politics, political authors. Political thought and activity in the population at large; local authorities dealing with revolutionary legislation; writings of major political thinkers. (Approximately 160,000 pages.) — Section 7, Resistence [sic] to the Revolution: Materials reflecting anti-revolutionary sentiment among property owners and the poor. Much material originating in provinces. (Approximately 100,000 pages.) — Section 8, Religion: Sale of church lands; changing roles of the church under the Directory, emanicipation [sic] of Jews and Protestants. (Approximately 1,900 items, 100,000 pages.) — Section 9, The Reorganization of Society: Part 1: Abolition of the corporate society and feudalism. Part 2: The countryside. Part 3, Towns and townspeople. Part 4. Women and the family. Part 5, Public assistance. (Approximately 125,000 pages.) — Section 10, The Economy: Part 1: Policy, trade, and finance. Part 2: Agriculture. Part 3: Industry and technology. (Approximately 100,000 pages.) — Section 11, War and the Colonies: Part 1: The army and the navy: Structure, organization, composition, and tactics. Part 2: The collapse of the French colonies overseas. (Approximately 65,000 pages.) — Section 12, Culture: Revolutionary approach to music, theatre, poetry and fiction; calendar, festivals, and monuments; costume, and fashion; symbols, images, and allegories; and education. (Approximately 95,000 pages.) Collection also includes videodisk, Images of the French Revolution, presenting 38,000 color images representing the entire holdingsof the Bibliothèque Nationale's collection of Revolutionary iconography, including engravings, maps, medals, theatre designs, urban views, playing cards, cockades, coins, calendars, and caricactures.
Note: “Issued in conjunction with a collection of visual material on videodisc: Images de la Révolution Française (Videodisc 1).”
OCLC: 23119529, 24050392
Title: French revolutionary pamphlets
See also: Goldsmiths'-Kress library of economic literature.
Imprint: Woodbridge, Conn.: Research Publications, 1976.
Catalogued by individual title.
OCLC: 22350517, 22377805, and others.
Title: French royal and administrative acts, 1256-1794
Author: Marcel Lipkowitz, comp.
Imprint: New Haven, Conn.: Research Publications, 1978.
Description: 59 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
Note: Consists of approximately 16,000 pamphlets offering a wealth of information on the financial and political administration of France from the late thirteenth century to the end of the monarchy, with about three-fourths concentrating on the eighteenth century. Includes Arrets (the final judgments of an edict of the king by Parlements or royal courts or councils), Memoires (official reminders), Lettre Patentes (which established privileges), Royal Ordonnances (in response to petitions), and Remonstrances and Extraits. The subject matter varies widely and includes such topics as fiscal matters in the Chambres des Comptes, taxation and tariffs, toll collections and disputes, military administration, criminal justice, book printing and prohibitions, significant people and guilds.
Indexed in: French royal and administrative acts, 1256-1794: a subject guide to the New York Public Library collection of 16,000 pamphlets now on microfilm / compiled by Marcel Lipkowitz.
OCLC: 44019644, 65985357
Title: Nouveau Recueil General de Traites
Author: Georg Friedrich von Martens
Imprint: Washington, D.C.: Microcard Editions, 1964.
2. sér. Originally published in 1876-1908.
Description: (35 vols. in) 215 microopaque; 8 x 13 cm.
Note: Tomes VIII-X, par Jules Hopf; t. XI-XXXV par Felix Stoerk./ There are three indexes in this set: no.10, covering v.1-10; v. 25, covering v. 1-25, and in v. 35, covering v. 1-35./ Reproduction: Microopaque/ Washington, D.C. :/ Microcard Editions,/ 1964./215 microopaques; 8 x 13 cm.
Title: Records of the Department of State Relating to Internal Affairs of France, 1910-1929
Imprint: Washington [D.C.]: National Archives and Records Service, 1964.
Continued by: Records of the Department of State relating to internal affairs of France, 1930-1939 (89 microfilm reels) published by Washington [D.C.]: National Archives and Records Administration, 1986.
OCLC: 2490191, 35981732
Title: Recueil des historiens des Gaules et de la France
Author: Martin Bouquet and Léopold Delisle
Imprint: Washington, D.C.: Microcard Editions, 1966
Description: 356 microfiche; 11 x 15 cm.
Originally published: Paris, Aux dépens des librairies associés, 1738-1904.
Note: Half title: Rerum Gallicarum et Francicarum scriptores./ Edited by M. Bouquet, et al. Introductory material in French and Latin, texts primarily in Latin. Vols. 15, 20-24 [print version] are of different edition, published by Imprimerie Impériale, Imprimerie Royale and Imprimerie Nationale. Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
OCLC: 18571556, 11464239
Title: The World of Port-Royal. Jansenism in the Catholic Church, 17th-18th centuries. "Port-royal et ses adhérents."
Author: J. Bruggeman & Adrianus Johannes van de Ven
Imprint: [Utrecht]: Utrecht Archives/Old Catholic Church of the Netherlands; Lisse, the Netherlands: MMF Publications, 1998.
Guide: UCLA French Collections
Description: 511 microfiche ; 11 x 15 cm. + 1 guide & concordance.
Note: Guide reprints in part: Inventaire des pièces d'archives françaises se rapportant à l'abbaye de Port-Royal des Champs et son cercle et à la résistance contre la bulle Unigenitus et à l'appel (ancien fonds d'Amersfoort) / J. Bruggeman, A.J. van de Ven. La Haye: M. Nijhoff, 1972./ Concordance of inventory numbers and microfiche numbers at end of guide.
OCLC: 38948329, 47221489