Guide to the Conrad Liberman Papers 1935-
Cage 645

Summary Information

Repository
Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries
Creator
Liberman, Conrad (1922-)
Title
Conrad Liberman Papers
ID
Cage 645
Date [inclusive]
1935-
Extent
33.0 containers.
General Physical Description note
21 linear feet of shelf space.
Language
English
Abstract
Chiefly photocopies of diaries and memoirs, including sketches, drawings and printed ephemera. Also includes original personal documents, photographs, printed and unpublished manuscripts, and memorabilia relating to life and career.

Preferred Citation note

[Item Description]. Cage 645, Conrad Liberman Papers. Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries, Pullman, WA.

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Biographical/Historical note

Conrad Liberman (born Zdzislaw-Konrad Liberman, or ZKL, literary pseudonym "Conrad Mahler") was born in Warsaw, Poland, on March 18, 1922, to David Liberman and Aniela Raszkes. The family moved to France in 1926, living in Paris until the German invasion of 1940. Liberman attended the Lycee Montaigne and the Lycee Louis-le-Grand; among his teachers were the existentialist philosopher Gabriel Marcel and the historian- and future Prime Minister of France- Georges Bidault. During the so-called "phony war" between 1939 and 1940, he undertook military preschooling with the "Escadron Francais" at the "Ecole Militaire" of Paris while also attending regular classes at the Lycee.

With the occupation of Paris in June, 1940, the family moved to Toulouse, in Vichy France. There, Liberman got his "Baccalaureat de Philosophie" and engaged in further study at the Toulouse Chemical Institute and at the Science School. The "numerus clausus," a racial law that limited the enrollment of Jewish students in Vichy France, initially hindered his entrance to various schools, but in 1942 he gained admission to the Toulouse Fine Arts School. The occupation of the "Free Zone" by the Germans on November 11, 1942, however, forced him and his family into hiding.

In December of 1942 the Libermans crossed the Pyrenees Mountains in Andorra and found refuge in Barcelona, Spain, where they resided with other refugees under police supervision until 1946. Their repeated efforts to obtain a visa to England were unsuccessful. In Spain, Liberman studied chemistry, biochemistry, and Spanish at the French Institute of Barcelona, where he earned the degree of Licence es Sciences; at the same time, he completed his preparatory work for medical school and was awarded the "Diplome de Physique-Chimie-Biologie," a pre-medical degree. He also studied painting with the British painter and photographer Oscar Lloyd.

With the defeat of Germany the family returned to France in 1946, and Liberman resumed his professional studies. After a period of practical training at a hospital at Seine-&-Marne, he was awarded a doctorate in medical science in 1951 with a thesis on the study of resistance of tubercle bacilli to antibiotics. Liberman was one of the first men in France to study the clinical use of isoniazid. He worked for a time at the Tuberculosis Department of the Pasteur Institute of Paris and wrote several scientific papers devoted to the study of tuberculosis. For this research he earned a Diploma of Microbiology. He presented papers at scientific congresses throughout the world. In 1961 he began research on the influence of tobacco on health, joining the Department of Tobacco Studies in the Institute of Scientific Cancer Research (I.R.S.C.).

In 1958 Conrad Liberman married Gisele Bouteiller, an ethnographer. Together they wrote articles on the role of tobacco in the myths and religious customs of pre-Columbian peoples. He retired in 1987. Liberman- a keen observer, talented caricaturist, and long-term diarist- immersed himself in literature and the theater, and is especially interested in cinema. His artwork and memorabilia have been exhibited in France and the United States.

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Scope and Contents note

The Conrad Liberman Papers consist chiefly of photocopies of his diaries. The collection also includes artwork, memorabilia and other material relating to his life and career. As part of an ongoing literary project, Dr. Liberman has retained most of his original diaries (including a 1935 diary in Polish). As of 1996, only four original (holograph) diaries have been deposited in Washington State University Libraries. A significant item in the collection is Liberman’s paperback copy of Shakespeare’s Hamlet. This text is noteworthy because of the diary entries he scribbled in its margins while he and his family crossed the border from France to Spain in December 1942. The material in the collection, chiefly in French, now dates from 1935-1996, bulking in the years 1935-1951. Some material is in shorthand.

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Arrangement note

The papers are arranged chronologically into seven series. Series 1, Diaries 1935-1970, consists of two subseries: 1.1, Holographs, and 1.2, Photocopies. The photocopied diaries generally include Liberman’s marginalia, drawings, sketches and/or accompanying documentation such as newspaper and magazine clippings, excerpts from literary texts, and reproductions of popular and fine art. This additional material serves a dual purpose: to illustrate the personal and social context in which the diaries took shape and, in some instances, to add a later gloss on an earlier theme. Some of this material duplicates items found in the following series. Series 2, Sketches and Drawings 1939-2000, consists of pictorial works that Liberman has produced throughout his life, including the sketches he made during his dramatic crossing of the Pyrenees in 1942. Series 2 is divided into three subseries: 2.1, Sketchbooks; 2.2, Photocopies; and 2.3, Exhibited works. Series 3, Published Writings, consists of three subseries: 3.1, Thesis; 3.2 Novels; and 3.3, Periodicals with Articles. Series 4, Literary Manuscripts, consists of two subseries: 4.1, Published Manuscripts, and 4.2, Unpublished Manuscripts. Series 5, Photographs, Slides, and Memorabilia, includes a concert announcement, oversize photographs, and official documents issued to Liberman by state or public institutions. Series 6, Research and Reference Material, consists of information on Libermans’s papers and related subjects. Series 7, Selected Works About Conrad Liberman, includes scholarly studies which are based on his diaries and journals.

After several in-house discussions over the definitions of autobiography (and autobiographical writings), diaries, journals, memoirs, notebooks, chronicles, and reminiscences, the decision was made to call the material in Series 1 "diaries". This is generally how Dr. Liberman refers to these papers. Memoirs and autobiography were rejected because as texts these documents lack the polish of an edited, "finished" prose narrative that is usually associated with these literary genres. The category "journals" was seen as too broad and one that does not fully convey the sometimes "intimate" quality of these papers. Finally, the categories of reminiscences, chronicles, and notebooks was each rejected in turn as unsuitable; calling the material diaries, although not totally accurate either, was viewed as the least misleading way to describe this part of the Liberman papers. This confusion arises in part because of the unfinished quality of most of this material and because Dr. Liberman, in assembling and creating his diaries, is constantly adding miscellaneous printed and published material to supplement his own original text (sometimes many years later). In sum, the papers in Series 1 represent a work-in-progress, chiefly authored by Conrad Liberman, but including other material acquired by him in the course of assembling this collection of documents.

Note: The foliation in Series 1 and Series 4 was established by Dr. Liberman. Numerals in parentheses refer to parts of works, as indicated by him. Much of the descriptive information throughout this guide was supplied by Dr. Liberman.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries © 1996

http://www.libraries.wsu.edu/masc
Terrell Library
P.O. Box 645610
Pullman, WA, 99164-5610
509-335-6691
mascref@wsu.edu

Conditions Governing Access note

This collection is open for research use.

Accruals note

The cooperative arrangement between the Libraries and Conrad Liberman to acquire and preserve his archive has been an ongoing project since 1982, and is expected to continue in the future.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

The Papers of Conrad Liberman were donated to the Washington State University Libraries by Dr. Liberman.

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Controlled Access Headings

Genre(s)

  • Graphite drawings. gmgpc
  • Sketchbooks. gmgpc

Geographic Name(s)

  • France--Intellectual life--20th century
  • Spain--Intellectual life--20th century

Occupation(s)

  • Authors, French--20th century--Diaries
  • Authors, French--20th century--Manuscripts

Personal Name(s)

  • Liberman, Conrad (1922-)--Archives
  • Liberman, Conrad, 1922---Diaries
  • Mahler, Conrad

Subject(s)

  • Diaries
  • International Relations
  • Literature
  • Popular culture--France--20th century
  • World War, 1939-1945--Personal narratives

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Collection Inventory

Series 1: Diaries 

Subseries 1.1: Holographs 1935-1970 

Box Folder

Notes et documents 1938 October-December 

1 1

"ZKL[.] Traversee des Pyrenees" on front cover. Marginalia in Hamlet, William Shakespeare, ed. G. Guibillon. Paris: Librairie Hatier, n.d. 1942 December 

1 2

 1943 April 22-June 30 

1 3

 1946 April 8- July 27 

1 4

Subseries 1.2: Photocopies 

Box Folder

In Polish 1935 April-December   Pages: "P1-P182

2 5

 1935 April-September   Pages: "1-193

2 6

 1935 October-December   Pages: "194-308

2 7

 1936 January   Pages: "1-147

3 8

 1936 February   Pages: "148-250

3 9

 1936 March   Pages: "251-325

3 10

 1936 April   Pages: "326-390

3 11

 1936 May   Pages: "397-443

3 12

 1936 June   Pages: "444-497

3 13

 1936 July   Pages: "498-535

3 14

En Polonaise 1936 July-November   Pages: "P1-P20

3 14.1

En Pologne 1936 July   Pages: "1-102

4 15

En Pologne 1936 August   Pages: "103-188

4 16

En Pologne 1936 August   Pages: "189-252

4 17

En Pologne 1936 September   Pages: "253-365

4 18

 1936 September 29   Pages: "1-6

4 19

 1936 October   Pages: "7-122

4 20

 1936 November   Pages: "1-128

4 21

 1936 December   Pages: "1-97

4 22

 1937 January   Pages: "1-54

5 23

 1937 January   Pages: "55-160

5 24

 1937 February   Pages: "1-41c.

5 25

 1937 February   Pages: "42-111

5 26

 1937 March   Pages: "a-106d

5 27

 1937 March   Pages: "107-206

5 28

 1937 April   Pages: "207-306

6 29

 1937 May   Pages: "307-375

6 30

 1937 June   Pages: "376-468

6 31

"Patsiche Polonais de 'Faust'" 1937 June 7   Pages: "396c-396j

6 32

 1937 July   Pages: "469-495b

6 33

 1937 August   Pages: "496-538c

6 34

"Voyage on Belgique" 1937 August   Pages: "538d-603

6 35

"Correspondance avec la Pologne durant l'ete 1937" 1937 August   Pages: "604-636

7 36

"Documentation Additionelle pour 8.37" 1937 August   Pages: "560t-601m

7 37

1) Cartes de L'Oncle Bolek Recues de Pologne en 1937; 2) Data concerning mountain Lake Morskie Oko and the vaudeville theater of the same name. 1937 May 21-November 26   Pages: "637-652

7 38

 1937 September   Pages: "653-738

7 39

 1937 October   Pages: "739-820I

7 40

 1937 November   Pages: "821-890

7 41

 1937 November   Pages: "891-921

7 42

 1937 December   Pages: "922-985

7 43

 1938 January   Pages: "1-100

8 44

Documentation pour le 30 I 1938 - "A propos du 'Mazeppa,'" de Bryon 1938 January   Pages: "99e-99h

8 45

English version 1938 January   Pages: "A1-A68

8 46

 1938 February   Pages: "101-89cx

8 47

 1938 March 1-10   Pages: "190-2681x

8 48

 1938 March 11-14   Pages: "269-319f

8 49

 1938 March 15-31   Pages: "320-444

9 50

 1938 April 1-10   Pages: "445-517b

9 51

 1938 April 11-18   Pages: "518-601

9 52

Obseques de Chaliapine le 18 Avril 1938 & Commentaires sur la Colonie Russe de Paris dans l'Entre-Deux-Guerres 1938 April 18   Pages: Ch 1-Ch8d5

9 53

 1938 April 19-30   Pages: "518-601

9 54

"Additions zu Texte du 22 et 23 Avril 1938" 1938 April 22   Pages: "648b-653/03

9 55

 1938 May 1-10   Pages: "682-749

10 56

"Additions au Texte du 1 Mai 1938" 1938 May 1   Pages: "688a-701/a4

10 57

 1938 May 11-20   Pages: "750-834c

10 58

 1938 May 21-31   Pages: "836-923

10 59

"Additions a Mai 1938" 1938 May   Pages: "900c-923b

10 60

 1938 June   Pages: "924-987

10 61

 1938 June   Pages: "988-1074

10 62

 1938 July   Pages: 1-78 (109)

11 63

 1938 August   Pages: "80-149

11 64

"Additions au Journal d'Aout 1938" 1938 August   Pages: 128d, 129b, 143b, 143c

11 65

"Debut" 1938 September 1-7   Pages: "150-167

11 66

In Extenso 1938 September   Pages: "168-222g/7

11 67

"Les Accords de Munich, tels que les ont Vecus les Parisiens" Extracts 1938 September-October   Pages: "MUO-MU20

11 68

 1938 October   Pages: Cot 1-70f

11 69

 1938 November   Pages: "N1-N57

11 70

 1938 December 1-20   Pages: "D1-D67

11 71

 1938 December 21-31   Pages: "D68-D121

11 72

"Journal de la 'Drole de Guerre' 1939-1940 Extracts 1939 August   Pages: "1-44b

12 73

"La Guerre!, Version Chatree, Tapee sous Vichy a Partik du Text Original" Extracts 1939 September   Pages: "1-13

12 74

In Extenso 1939 September   Pages: "R1-R74

12 75

"Version Chatree, Tapee sous Vichy" Extracts 1939 October   Pages: "14-16

12 76

In Extenso 1939 October   Pages: "74a-R126c

12 76.1

"Version eulcoree Ad Usum Petaini" Extracts 1939 November   Pages: "17-22c

12 77

In Extenso 1939 November   Pages: "R127-R174b

12 77.1

"Version Abregee sous Vichy" Extracts 1939 December   Pages: "23-27

12 78

In Extenso 1939 December   Pages: "R174-R242

12 78.1

"I-IV 40 Version Abregee; Tapee a Toulouse Durant l'ete 1940 et Auto Censuree par la Force des Choses" Extracts 1940 January   Pages: "28-31d

12 79

In Extenso 1920 January   Pages: "JA1-JA57

12 79.1

Extracts 1940 February   Pages: "32-40

13 80

In Extenso 1940 March   Pages: "F1-F56b

13 80.1

Extracts 1940 March   Pages: "41-47

13 81

In Extenso 1940 February   Pages: MAR1-MAR56c. MAR33a3-MAR33a8

13 81.1

Extracts 1940 April   Pages: "48-50

13 82

In Extenso 1940 April   Pages: "AR1-AR53

13 82.1

"Version Abregee, Mise au Regime de Vichy" Extracts 1940 May   Pages: "51-70b

13 83

In Extenso 1940 May   Pages: "MJO-MJ40

13 84

"Version Abregee, pour le cas d'une Perquisition Vichyste Eventuelle" Extracts 1940 June   Pages: "71-107

13 85

In Extenso 1940 June   Pages: "MJ84-MJ145

13 85.1

In Extenso 1940 June   Pages: "MJ145b-MJ209eb

14 85.2

Extracts 1940 June   Pages: "108-108h

14 86

Includes Ambiance "Vichy" 1920-1942 1940 July-December   Pages: "1-290

14 87

 1941 January   Pages: "1-37

14 88

 1941 February   Pages: "38-80

14 89

 1941 March   Pages: "81-130

14 90

 1941 April   Pages: "131-190

14 91

 1941 May   Pages: "191-240

14 92

 1941 June   Pages: "241-279

14 93

 1941 July   Pages: "1-58

14 94

 1941 August   Pages: "58-113

14 95

 1941 September   Pages: "114-175b

15 96

 1941 October   Pages: "176-231

15 97

 1941 November   Pages: "232-277

15 98

 1941 December   Pages: "278-311c

15 99

 1942 January   Pages: "1-37

15 100

 1942 February   Pages: "38-88

15 101

 1942 March   Pages: "89-137

15 102

 1942 April   Pages: "138-197

15 103

 1942 May   Pages: "198-256

15 104

 1942 June   Pages: "257-315

15 105

 1942 July   Pages: "316-366

15 106

 1942 August   Pages: "367-439

15 107

 1942 September   Pages: "440-487

15 108

 1942 October   Pages: "488-532

16 109

 1942 November   Pages: "533-592d

16 110

"Premieres impressions de Barcelone apres la Traversee des Pyrenees" 1942 December 24-31   Pages: "1-19

16 111

Photocopy of Hamlet December 1942-April 1943   Pages: "1-53

16 112

Fragments of Barcelone suite 1943 January-February   Pages: "1-10c

16 113

"L'apres Hamlet," (short-hand and typescript copies) 1943 April-June   Pages: "0a-87

16 114

 1943 July   Pages: "1-78

16 115

 1943 August   Pages: "79-147

16 116

 1943 September   Pages: "148-255

16 117

 1943 October   Pages: "256-361bis

16 118

"Pension Chinche" 1943 November   Pages: "361ter-523bis

17 119

 1946 April   Pages: "1-56c

17 120

 1946 May   Pages: "57-98

17 121

 1946 June   Pages: "99-147

17 122

 1946 July   Pages: "148-215

17 123

 1946 August   Pages: "216-311f

17 124

 1946 September   Pages: "312-368

17 125

 1946 October   Pages: "369-432

18 126

 1946 November   Pages: "433-449

18 127

 1946 December   Pages: "450-496

18 128

(Includes "Le Prix Nobel Du Docteur Potz") 1947 January   Pages: "A0-A16B

18 129

 1947 February   Pages: "A17-A25p4b

18 130

 1947 March   Pages: "A25-A30

18 131

 1947 April   Pages: "A30b-A40c

18 132

 1947 May   Pages: "A40d-A50b

18 133

 1947 June   Pages: "A50b-A64c

18 134

 1947 July   Pages: "A65-A140

18 135

 1947 August   Pages: "B1-B15b

19 136

 1947 September   Pages: "B16-B81

19 137

 1947 October   Pages: "B82-B158

19 138

 1947 November   Pages: "B159-B165

19 139

"Route Napoleon et Cote D'Azur en 'Camp Volant" 1948 July   Pages: "E1-E45c

19 139.1

"Cote D'Azur" 1948 August   Pages: "E46-E95c

19 139.2

"Cote D'Azur" 1948 August   Pages: "E51c-E150

19 139.3

"Cote D'Azur" 1948 August   Pages: "E150-E167

19 139.4

Extracts 1948 September   Pages: "S1-S14b

19 140

Extracts 1948 October   Pages: "OC1-OC9c

19 141

Extracts 1948 November   Pages: "N1-N9b

19 142

Extracts 1948 December   Pages: "D1-D22

19 143

Extracts 1949 January   Pages: "JA1-JA25

19 144

"Illustrations Additionnelles" 1949 January   Pages: JA3c, JA16b-JA18b

19 145

Extracts 1949 February   Pages: "F1-F19

19 146

"Additions a Fevrier 49" 1949 February   Pages: "F13-F25

20 147

Extracts 1949 March   Pages: "MAR1-MAR7b

20 148

 1949 March   Pages: "KR1-KR60

20 149

 1949 April   Pages: "APR1-APR70

20 150

 1949 May   Pages: "MAI1-MAI43c

20 151

Extracts 1949 May   Pages: "MI1-MI16

20 152

Extracts 1949 June   Pages: "JN1-JN60

20 153

 1949 July   Pages: "JL1-JL90

20 153.1

Extracts 1950 January   Pages: "JA0-JA13

20 154

"Sordides rencontres" (Extracts) 1950 February   Pages: "FE1-FE12

20 155

Extracts 1950 March   Pages: "MAR0-MAR18

20 156

"Vers les Chateaux de la Loire" 1950 April   Pages: "AV1-AV14

20 157

Extracts 1950 May   Pages: "MI1-MI3c

21 158

"Extraits de Mai 1950 – Document Additionnel" 1950 May   Pages: "MI12a-MI12c

21 159

Extracts 1950 June   Pages: "JN1-JN21

21 160

Extracts 1950 July   Pages: "JUL1-JUL41

21 161

Extracts 1950 August   Pages: "AU1-AU91

21 162

Extracts 1951 January   Pages: "JA1-JA74

21 163

Extracts 1951 February   Pages: "F1-F26

21 164

"Vacances 1953, Preambule Printanier" 1953 May-August   Pages: "CO-C115c

21 164.1

"Vacances Corsees" 1953 August   Pages: "C116/0-C247

21 164.2

"La Corse" "En Corse" 1953 August-September   Pages: "C248-C294b

22 164.3

"Congres de Madrid" 1954 September-October   Pages: "M1-M102

22 164.4

"Congres de Madrid, Les Excursions" 1954 October   Pages: "M103-M187c

22 164.5

"Congres de Madrid, Le Retour" 1954 October   Pages: "M188-M288

22 164.6

"Voyage aux Indes" 1957 January   Pages: "J0-J69

22 164.7

"Voyage aux Indes" 1957 January   Pages: "J70-J153

22 164.8

"Voyage aux Indes" 1957 January   Pages: "J154-J262

22 164.9

"Voyage aux Indes" 1957 January   Pages: "J263-J362

23 164.1

 1968 May   Pages: "M1-M129Q

23 164.11

 1968 May   Pages: "M130-M284b29

23 164.12

 1968 May   Pages: "M285-M406

23 164.13

"Amerique du Sud, Paris-Cayenne-Kourou-Mana-St. Laurent" 1970 May   Pages: "1-32f

23 165

"Guyane, Haut Maroni" 1970 May   Pages: "33-81

24 166

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Series 2: Sketches and Drawings 1939-2000 

Subseries 2.1: Sketchbooks 

Box Folder

Sketches 1939-1940 

24 167

Easter: Talouse-Quercy 1941   Pages: "1-24

24 168

"Entree des Allemands a Toulouse. Dessins concernant le periode allant du 24 X au 6 XII," 21 unnumbered 1942 

24 169

"Toulouse-Barcelone 12-23 XII 1942," 36 unnumbered 1942 December 

24 170

24 numbered, 1 page list of captions (unnumbered) 1944-1994 

24 171

16 unnumbered 1960 

24 172

Subseries 2.2: Photocopies 

Box Folder

 1998   Pages: "1-60

24 172.1

2nd series 1999   Pages: "D1-D50

24 172.2

2nd series 1999   Pages: "D51-D100

24 172.3

3rd series 1999 October-December   Pages: D101-D136, E1-E19

24 172.4

"War Drawings" Enlarged copies with comments 1939-1940 Winter   Pages: 1-27 (51 l)

25 173

Includes "Fifty Wartime Drawings" from WWII and 21 additional sketches from 1985-1986 1939-1986   Pages: "1-50

25 174

"Fifty Wartime Drawings. Introduction to the Exhibit 'Images of War'" Washington State University (Bound) 1988   Pages: "1-50

25 175

Illustrations and captions for "Il n'y a plus de Pyrenees" 1942 December   Pages: "1-116

25 176

Comments (includes typescript) 1940-1943   Pages: "23-49f

25 177

"Wartime Drawings" comments 1945-[1971]   Pages: "50-76

25 178

"American & Canadian Drawings IX-XII, 1987" Enlarged copies 1987   Pages: "1-182

25 179

"American Drawings" Enlarged copies (Begins with "Parisian drawings") 1988   Pages: "1-104

25 180

1st half. Enlarged copies 1991   Pages: "1-97

26 181

2nd half. Enlarged copies 1991   Pages: "B1-B101

26 182

1st half. Enlarged copies 1992   Pages: "1-122

26 183

2nd half. Enlarged copies 1992   Pages: "125-177

26 184

1st half. Enlarged copies 1993   Pages: "1-89

26 185

1st half. Enlarged copies 1993   Pages: "90-124

26 186

Enlarged copies 1994   Pages: "1-126

26 187

Enlarged copies 1996   Pages: "US3-US31

26 188

Unnumbered 1996 

26 189

"Dessins ZKL" Includes index. 2000 March - June   Pages: "E20-E67

26 189.1

Subseries 2.3: Exhibited Works 

Box Folder

"Images of War: The Exiles of Conrad Liberman." Drawings prepared for exhibit sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities and Washington State University 1988   Pages: "1-50

27 190 (oversize)

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Series 3: Published Writings 

Subseries 3.1: Thesis 

Box Folder

"Etude du Traitment des Tuberculeux Pulmonaires par l'Isoniazide en Association avec la Streptomycine le P.A.S. ou la Collapso-Therapie." Ph.D. dissertation. Paris: Faculte de Medecine de Paris, (No. 646). 1953 

28 191

Subseries 3.2: Novels 

Box Folder

Le bal des urgences. [Conrad Mahler]. Paris: Rene Julliard 1963 

28 192

A Hospital Near Paris. [Conrad Mahler]. Translated by Scott Sullivan. London: Transworld Publishers, Ltd., (photocopy) 1967 

28 193

Subseries 3.3: Peridicals with Articles 

Box Folder

"L'Empire du gratte-ciel levant." Flammes et fumees. 54 1967(?)   Pages: "25-40

28 194

De la vache sacree a la vache enragee." Flammes et fumees. 56 1968(?)   Pages: "20-34

28 195

"Le polichinelle de Venise." Flammes et fumees. 58 (1969?)   Pages: "1-10

28 196

"Le veterinaire de Florence." Flammes et fumees. 61 (1970?)   Pages: "1-12

28 197

"Des taureaux et des hommes." Flammes et fumees. 63 undated   Pages: "46-60

28 198

"Deux francaises, reines de Pologne." Flammes et fumees. 69 undated   Pages: "25-40

28 199

"Le jardin des racines khmeres." 72 (2 reprint copies) undated 

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_____ and Gisele Liberman. "Les civilisations du tabac" Flammes et fumees. 73.1 1975   Pages: "1-72

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"Monstres doubles et jumeaux vrais." Revue d'Esthetique. No 1/2 (1980) (photocopy) 1980   Pages: "357-371

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"A travers les miroirs." Bulletin de liaison et d'information. No 4 1986 May 

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"Il n'y a plus de Pyrenees" . Materiaux pour l'histoire de notre temps. 16 (2 copies; 1 photocopy) 1989 July-September   Pages: "49-56

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"Il n'y a plus de Pyrenees" . Materiaux pour l'histoire de notre temps. 17 (2 copies; 2 photocopies) 1989   Pages: "81-87

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"En liberte sur le Maroni: Une visite au village Indien d'Elahe" Administration. 149 (photocopy) 1970 Mai 1990; October 15   Pages: "128-133

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Series 4: Literary Manuscripts 

Subseries 4.1: Published Manuscripts 

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" Il n'y a plus de Pyrenees" 1942   Pages: "1-57

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" Il n'y a plus de Pyrenees" 1942   Pages: "1-61

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Subseries 4.2: Unpublished Manuscripts 

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"L'Odyssee des Freres Jarecki de Varsovie a Paris, Pendant la Drole de Guerre" (typescript) 1939 September-December   Pages: "OD0-OD10

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"Le Cristal, Mariage de l'eau et du Feu" (typescript) 1942   Pages: "1-7

29 210

"Audrey: A Barcelonese Affair, 1943-1944" (typescript) 1943-1944   Pages: "1-32

29 211

"Le Montparnasse de Paola - Clefs pour les Femmes de Mauvaise Volonte" (photocopy) 1946-1951   Pages: "M1-M39

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"La Fontaine D'Artemise"   Pages: "AR1-AR109

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"Le Montparnasse de Paola - Clefs pour 'Les Femmes de Mauvaise "Le Montparnasse de Paola - Clefs pour 'Les Femmes de Mauvaise Volonte'" (holograph) 1949-1953   Pages: "WSU1-WSU71

29 213

"Le Montparnasse de Paola...." (photocopy) 1949-1957   Pages: "M40a-M97

29 214

Les Femmes de Mauvaise Volonte - Chronique des Annees '50 de Montparnasse a Venise." (Women of Ill Will) (typescript) 1950   Pages: "1-185

30 215

"Cinq ans a l'Ombre des Pastoriens en Fleur" (typescript) 1952-1955   Pages: "1-121

30 216

"Cinq ans a l'Ombre des Pastoriens en Fleur (suite), Antibiogrammes, 1956-1957" (typescript) 1956-1957   Pages: "122-234

30 217

"Alice au Pays des Gauchers - A propos de Lewis Carroll: Symetries et Miroirs dans le Folklore, les Mythes et les Arts,"(typescript) 1977   Pages: "1-49

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"Alice au Pays des Fumeurs - Pastiche Tabagique" (typescript) 1977   Pages: "1-31

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"Le Montparnasse de Paola....Additions a la Premiere Partie," (photocopy) 1990-1993   Pages: "M27d2-M36b

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Series 5: Photographs, Slides, and Memorabilia 

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"'La Semaine Musicale', 8th year, No. 22, June 24, 1926" Announcement ?for David Liberman, Conrad's father, as pianist for a benefit concert 

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"La Semaine Musicale" (photocopy) 

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School identification card, Lycee Louis-le-Grand 1939-1940 

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Matriculation record, Universite de Toulouse 1940-1942 and 1945 

30 224

Miscellaneous photographs 1944-1986 

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Projection slides: Reproductions of Liberman's drawings exhibited at the "Librairie polonaise" in Paris. 64 items 

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Series 6: Research and Reference Material 

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Catalogue of Polish Exhibit, Paris (photocopy) 1986 

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"The Duploye Shorthand in Conrad Liberman's Diaries" 31 pp. 1986 

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Hautefeuille, A., and C. Ramade. Cours de stenographie Duploye fondamentale. Paris: Editions Lacoste 1988 

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Harris, Robert. "The Exiles of Conrad Liberman, 1940-1943." In Images of War: The Exiles of Conrad Liberman, 1940-1943, Washington State University Libraries, 1-8. Pullman: Washington State University, (exhibit brochure) 1988 

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Interviews, Washington State University (2 cassette tapes) 1988 October 19 

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Comments on Wartime Drawings. Corrected version for 1989 exhibit 1989 

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"Comments to the August 1989 re Charlston thesis on Liberman's memoirs," 10 pp. 1989 

33 233

"La Drole de Guerre." Interview by Radio France, (transcript in Spanish) 1990 

33 234

Seita Gallery. XV Salon de Peinture et des Arts Plastiques de la Seita. Paris: Galerie de la Seita (photocopy excerpts) 1990 

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Materiaux pour l'histoire de notre temps. Cumulative Index 1985-1990 Paris: Bibliotheque de Documentation Internationale Contemporaine (Photocopy) 1991 

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"List of diaries and memoirs available in the Washington State University Liberman Archives, in the chronological order of the ZKL Diary" In English and French, 40 pp. 1991 September 

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Series 7: Selected Works About Conrad Liberman 

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Charlston, Jeffrey Allan. "A Worm's Eyeview of the Fall of France: The ?Memoirs of Conrad Liberman." Master's thesis, Washington State University 1989 

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Lagrange, Bruno. "Le Temoignage de Conrad Liberman sur les evenements de Septembre 1939 a Juillet 1940." Master's thesis, Universite de Reims 1989-1990 

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