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Guide to the Ida Treat Bergeret Papers, 1889-1978

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Collection Summary

Repository: Archives and Special Collections Library, Vassar College Libraries
Creator: Bergeret, Ida Treat, 1889?-1978.
Title: Ida Treat Bergeret Papers
Dates: 1889-1978
Quantity: 4.3 cubic ft (7 boxes)
Abstract: Papers reflect her personal and professional life and include travel diaries and notes, manuscripts and published versions of her articles and stories on China, Russia, Tahiti, Abyssinia, Djibouti, and the Red Sea slave trade, 1928-1967; correspondence with her two of her three husbands, Paul Vaillant-Couturier and Andre Bergeret; letters from Wolfgang Wolff written from Tahiti, 1934-1939; correspondence with her literary agent Marie Rodell, 1965-1967, and with the NEW YORKER and other publishers and editors; 86 letters from her friend Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, 1926-1952, and correspondence, contracts, and royalty statements, 1968, pertaining to Chardin's book LETTERS TO TWO FRIENDS, 1926-1952; notes, clippings, and scrapbooks concerning her experiences in London during World War II, 1943-1945; manuscripts and publications by other authors; letters and articles of Simone and Max Begonen; and family and personal photographs.
Forms of Materials: Travel diaries, notes, manuscripts, correspondence, clippings, photographs, and scrapbooks

Biographical Note

Ida Treat was born in Joliet, Illinois, in 1899 and attended Western Reserve University. After earning a doctorate in letters at the University of Paris she returned in 1913 to Western Reserve, where she taught romance languages for the next seven years. In the 1920s she went back to France, where she lived as a writer and journalist for more than twenty years. While working as a correspondent for Paris Vu in the 1930s, she traveled throughout Europe, China, and the South Pacific. Her articles and stories appeared in United States periodicals such as The Nation, The New Yorker, Harpers, and The Saturday Evening Post. She was married She was married three times, to Raymond O'Neil, Paul Vaillant-Couturier and André Bergeret. In her writing she used the name Ida Treat.

In 1948 Ida Treat Bergeret came to Vassar as Professor of English. She retired in 1954 after more than five years of teaching writing courses. When she died in 1978, her colleague and friend, Barbara Swain said that "she had freedom and adventure in a way that might make her a choice for a feminist model today. But she wouldn't like that very much. She was always too independent for playing roles."

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Scope and Content Note

Papers reflect her personal and professional life and include travel diaries and notes, manuscripts and published versions of her articles and stories on China, Russia, Tahiti, Abyssinia, Djibouti, and the Red Sea slave trade, 1928-1967; correspondence with her two of her three husbands, Paul Vaillant-Couturier and Andre Bergeret; letters from Wolfgang Wolff written from Tahiti, 1934-1939; correspondence with her literary agent Marie Rodell, 1965-1967, and with the NEW YORKER and other publishers and editors; 86 letters from her friend Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, 1926-1952, and correspondence, contracts, and royalty statements, 1968, pertaining to Chardin's book LETTERS TO TWO FRIENDS, 1926-1952; notes, clippings, and scrapbooks concerning her experiences in London during World War II, 1943-1945; manuscripts and publications by other authors; letters and articles of Simone and Max Begonen; and family and personal photographs.

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Access and Use

Access

This collection is open for research according to the regulations of the Vassar College Archives and Special Collections Library without any additional restrictions.

Restrictions on Use

Permission to quote (publish) from unpublished or previously published material must be obtained as described in the regulations of the Vassar College Archives and Special Collections Library.

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Subject Headings

Names:

  • Begonen, Simone.
  • Begonen, Max.
  • Bergeret, Andre.
  • Rodell, Marie.
  • Teilhard de Chardin, Pierre.
  • Treat, Ida, 1889-1978.
  • Vaillant-Couturier, Paul, 1892-1937.
  • Wolff, Wolfgang.

Organizations:

  • New Yorker.
  • Vassar College--Faculty.

Subjects:

  • Bergeret family.
  • Literature--Women authors.
  • Literature--Women authors.
  • Publishers and publishing.
  • Slavery--Middle East.
  • Women authors.
  • Women college teachers.
  • Women travelers.
  • Women--Diaries.
  • World War, 1939-1945--England--London.

Places:

  • Abyssinia--Description and travel.
  • China--Description and travel.
  • Djibouti--Description and travel.
  • Ethiopia--Description and travel.
  • London (England)--Description.
  • Middle East--Description and travel.
  • Soviet Union--Description and travel.
  • Tahiti--Description and travel.

Document Types:

  • Diaries.
  • Photoprints.
  • Scrapbooks.

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Encoding Information

Encoded by Elizabeth Clarke November 2006.

Last updated February 2013.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Ida Treat Bergeret Papers, Archives and Special Collections Library, Vassar College Libraries.

Processing Information

Originial processing date unknown. Last updated February 2013.

Acquisition Information

Gift of Ida Treat Bergeret.

Anchored Heart manuscript in Box 7 was a gift of the Hot Springs County Library, 2013.

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Series List

Series I. Correspondence to Bergeret from de Chardin

Series II. Correspondence to Bergeret from Paul Vaillant-Couturier

Series III. Correspondence to Bergeret from Various Individuals

Series IV. Correspondence to Bergeret from Others

Series V. Fan Mail

Series VI. General Correspondence to Bergeret

Series VII. Correspondence from Bergeret to Various Individuals

Series VIII. Unpublished Manuscripts by Bergeret

Series IX. Other Manuscripts by Bergeret

Series X. Published Manuscripts by Bergeret

Series XI. Published Articles by Bergeret

Series XII. Translations and Reviews by Bergeret

Series XIII. Manuscripts by Others

Series XIV. Articles by Others

Series XV. Poetry by Others

Series XVI. Articles By and About Teilhard de Chardin

Series XVII. Clippings

Series XVIII. Financial Papers

Series IXX. World War II

Series XX. Printed Material

Series XXI. Diaries

Series XXII. Biographical: Ida Treat Bergeret

Series XXIII. Drawings

Series XXIV. Photographs and Scrapbooks

Container List

Correspondence to Bergeret from Teilhard de Chardin

Folder 1.1 26 April 1926
Folder 1.2 3 May 1926 - 23 May 1926
Folder 1.3 2 June 1926 - 11 June 1926
Folder 1.4 25 June 1926 - 19 July 1926
Folder 1.5 6 August 1926 - 15 Sept 1926
Folder 1.6 12 Oct 1926 - 14 Nov 1926
Folder 1.7 28 Nov 1926 - 25 Dec 1926
Folder 1.8 22 Jan 1927 - 24 March 1927
Folder 1.9 6 April 1927 - 11 May 1927
Folder 1.10 24 May 1927 - 2 Oct 1927
Folder 1.11 30 Nov [1927] - 7 Oct [1933]
Folder 1.12 20 Oct [1933] - 30 June 1934
Folder 1.13 18 Aug 1934 - 1935 [Paris]
Folder 1.14 1935 [Paris] - 18 Sept 1935
Folder 1.15 22 January 1936
Folder 1.16 30 Oct 1936 - 28 June 1937
Folder 1.17 15 Aug 1937 7 March 1948
Folder 1.18 16 March 1948 - 26 May 1948
Folder 1.19 8 July 1948 - 3 Dec 1948
Folder 1.20 19 July 1949 - 25 July 1950
Folder 1.21 30 Aug 1950 - 14 Oct 1952
Folder 1.22 26 April 1926 - 11 June 1926 (photocopy)
Folder 1.23 25 June 1926 - 15 Sept 1926 (photocopy)
Folder 1.24 12 Oct 1926 - 25 Dec 1926 (photocopy)
Folder 1.25 22 Jan 1927 - 20 April 1927, (photocopy)
Folder 1.26 27 Aug 1927 - 4 July 1927 (photocopy)
Folder 1.27 24 July 1927 - 7 Oct [1933] (photocopy)
Folder 1.28 20 Oct [1933] - 17 Nov 1934 (photocopy)
Folder 1.29 31 Dec 1934 - 18 Sept 1935 (photocopy)
Folder 1.30 22 Jan 1936 - 28 June 1937 (photocopy)
Folder 1.31 15 Aug 1937 - 16 April 1948 (photocopy)
Folder 1.32 19 April 1948 - 3 Dec 1948 (photocopy)
Folder 1.33 19 July 1949 - 25 July 1950 (photocopy)
Folder 1.34 30 Aug 1950 - 14 Oct 1952 (photocopy)

Correspondence to Bergeret from Paul Vaillant-Couturier

Folder 1.35 1921 - 1924 (9 letters)
Folder 1.36 13 July 1926 - [9 Nov 1927?] (4 letters, 2 postcards)
Folder 1.37 28 Jan 1928 - [19?] Oct 1928 (6 letters, 1 fragment)
Folder 1.38 26 Feb 1929-17/18 March 1929 (12 TS)
Folder 1.39 2 June 1930 and 1934 (3 letters, 2 fragments, 1 telegram)
Folder 1.40 1934 and 1937 (5 letters, 1 telegram)
Folders 1.41-.51 n.d. (106 letters, 16 frag., 3 drawings)
Folders 1.52-.56 n.d. (36 TS)

Correspondence to Bergeret from Various Individuals

Folder 1.57 Simone and Max Begouen, 9 Sept 1951 - 26 Sept 1954
Folder 1.58 Simone and Max Begouen, 15 Jan 1954 - 17 Nov 1957
Folder 1.59 Simone and Max Begouen, 2 Feb 1958 - 10 Oct 1960
Folder 1.60 Annick de Cizancourt, 2 April 1966 - 26 Dec 1968
Folder 1.61 Annick de Cizancourt, 9 Feb 1969 - 5 Feb 1973
Folder 1.62 Joël de Cizancourt, 24 Jan 1965 - 22 Nov 1965
Folder 1.63 Joël de Cizancourt, Jan 1966 - 29 Dec 1966
Folder 1.64 Joël de Cizancourt, 10 June 1967 - 11 July 1967
Folder 1.65 Joël de Cizancourt, 15 Feb 1968 - 27 Dec 1968
Folder 1.66 Joël de Cizancourt, 8 Sept 1969 - 21 Dec 1969
Folder 1.67 Joël de Cizancourt, [21 Feb?] 1970 - 29 Aug 1970
Folder 1.68 Joël de Cizancourt, 8 Dec 1972 - 18 Jan 1973
Folder 1.69 Dr. François Michel, n. d.
Folder 1.70 Marie Rodell, 27 Apr 1965 - 26 April 1967
Folder 1.71 Francis H. Treat [father], 15 Aug 1922 - 19 Dec 1922
Folder 1.72 Francis H. Treat, 3 Jan 1923 - 7 Nov 1923
Folder 1.73 Francis H. Treat, 8 Jan 1924 - 22 Oct 1924
Folder 1.74 Francis H. Treat, 14 June 1925 - 12 Jan 1927
Folder 1.75 Francis H. Treat, 8 March 1928 - 15 May 1929
Folder 1.76 Grace D. Treat [sister], 12 Jan 1930 - 27 Aug 1970
Folder 1.77 Grace D. Treat, n. d.
Folder 1.78 Dorothy A. Treat [sister], 1 May 1963
Folder 4.1 Wolfgang Wolff, 1934
Folder 4.2 Wolfgang Wolff, 1935
Folder 4.3 Wolfgang Wolff, 1936
Folder 1.79 Wolfgang Wolff, 1937 - 1946
Folder 1.80 Family members [unidentified], 26 Dec 1969 - 5 Jan 1973
Folder 1.81 Family members, n. d.
Folder 1.82 Family members, n. d.

Correspondence to Bergeret from others

Folder 1.83 A
Folder 1.84 B
Folder 1.85 C - E
Folders 1.86-.87 F
Folder 1.88 G
Folder 1.89 H - L
Folder 1.90 M
Folder 1.91 N - O
Folder 1.92 P - R
Folders 1.93-.95 S
Folder 1.96 T - Z

Fan Mail

Folder 1.97 25 March 1941 - 10 Nov 1941
Folder 1.98 19 Nov 1941 - 24 Feb 1942
Folder 1.99 24 Feb 1942 - 1 Dec 1942
Folder 1.100 29 March 1948 - 8 March 1951
Folder 1.101 12 March 1954 - 9 Jan 1959
Folder 1.102 4 April 1959 - 30 July 1959
Folder 1.103 14 Oct 1959 - 2 Dec 1966
Folders 1.104-.106 n. d.

General Correspondence to Bergeret

Folder 6.107 from Publishers, 29 March 1948 - 28 June 1951
Folder 1.108 from Publishers, 2 Feb 1953 - 29 Jan 1957
Folder 1.109 from Publishers, 5 June 1941 - 20 Oct 1967
Folder 1.110 Letters of condolence - death of André Bergeret
Folder 1.111 re: China
Folder 1.112 re: "Bouillon"
Folder 1.113 re: André Bergeret and divorce
Folder 1.114 re: André Bergeret and divorce
Folder 1.115 re: New American Library
Folder 1.116 re: New American Library
Folder 1.117 re: Pearls, Arms and Hashish
Folder 1.118 [unidentified]

Correspondence from Bergeret to various individuals

Folder 1.119 [Armgard], 24 Sept
Folder 1.120 Simone Begouen, n. d.
Folder 1.121 Jöel and Annick de Cizancourt, 12 Mar 1966 and 18 Mar 1969
Folder 1.122 Paul Vaillant-Couturier, n. d.
Folder 1.123 Paul Vaillant-Couturier, n. d.
Folder 1.124 Paul Vaillant-Couturier, n. d.
Folder 1.125 Paul Vaillant-Couturier, n. d.
Folder 1.126 Paul Vaillant-Couturier
Folder 1.127 Marie Rodell, 16 May 1965 -28 July 1967
Folder 1.128 Marie-Claude Vaillant-Couturier, 1937
Folder 1.129 Elsie Weil, 30 Dec 1936
Folder 1.130 [unidentified], 13 Jan 1966

Unpublished Manuscripts by Bergeret

Folder 1.131 The Apple (TS)
Folder 1.132 The Artists as Young Men (TS)
Folder 1.133 Cordon Bleu (TS)
Folder 1.134 The Enemy (TS)
Folder 1.135 Master-And Dog (TS)
Folder 1.136 The Monument (TS, draft)
Folder 1.137 The Monument (TS, draft)
Folder 1.138 The Monument (TS, draft)
Folder 1.139 Dogs of War (TS)
Folder 1.140 The Occupant (TS, fragment)
Folder 1.141 A Piece of Research (TS)
Folder 1.142 Rebuild the City (TS)
Folder 1.143 The Spanish Neighbor (TS)
Folder 1.144 untitled manuscript (TS)

Other Manuscripts by Bergeret

Folders 2.1 - 2.16 Abyssinia - Red Sea - Djibouti
Folder 2.17 Athens in the Morning (MS)
Folder 2.18 Baby (MS)
Folder 2.19 Back to Paris (MS)
Folder 2.20 Bird Story (A Brittany Fable) (MS, fragment)
Folder 2.21 Bouillon, working copy (MS)
Folder 2.22 Bouillon, working copy (MS)
Folder 2.23 Brittany - Justice (MS)
Folder 2.24 Camargue (MS, fragment)
Folder 2.25 China: Friend in China (MS)
Folder 2.26 China: Lin Chu-win, a New Chinese Star (MS)
Folder 2.27 China: My Friend Hsu (MS)
Folder 2.28 China: My Friend Hsu (MS)
Folder 2.29 China: My Friend Hsu (MS)
Folder 2.30 China: My Friend Hsu (MS)
Folder 2.31 China: My Friend Hsu (MS)
Folder 2.32 China: Miscellaneous Fragments (MS)
Folder 2.33 China: Miscellaneous Fragments (MS)
Folder 2.34 China: Missing Men (MS)
Folder 2.35 China: Missing Men (MS)
Folder 2.36 China: Missing Men (MS)
Folder 2.37 China: Tsiang
Folder 2.38 Early Chapters of a Biography (TS)
Folder 2.39 Early Chapters of a Biography, pp 1-20 (TS)
Folder 2.40 Early Chapters of a Biography, pp 21-43 (TS)
Folder 2.41 Early Chapters of a Biography, pp 44-68 (TS)
Folder 2.42 Early Chapters of a Biography, pp 69-87 (TS)
Folder 2.43 Early Chapters of a Biography, pp 88-100 (TS)
Folder 2.44 Early Chapters of a Biography, pp 101-105 (TS)
Folder 2.45 [Early Chapters of a Biography? Notes]
Folder 2.46 Fille de Ferme (MS)
Folder 2.47 Gavin, pp 1-25 (TS)
Folder 2.48 Gavin, pp 26-49 (TS)
Folder 2.49 Histoire d'Giseaux (MS)
Folder 2.50 Un Hotel Pour Animaux (TS)
Folder 2.51 John Bull (TS)
Folder 2.52 Lois's Diary (MS)
Folder 2.53 Nation Preconcues de la France (MS, fragment)
Folder 2.54 A New Status for Overseas France (MS, fragment)
Folder 2.55 A New Status for France-Overseas (TS)
Folder 2.56 People Who Have Given Up Hope (MS)
Folder 2.57 Un Petit Poisson (TS)
Folder 2.58 Politics and Fish (TS)
Folder 2.59 Portrait of a Gentleman - Last of a Line (MS)
Folder 2.60 Russia: Bread (TS)
Folder 2.61 Russia: The Liquidation of the "Commune" (TS)
Folder 2.62 Russia: Moscow: Changes (TS)
Folder 2.63 Russia: Picture Book (TS)
Folder 2.64 Russia: Stettin 1921 (TS)
Folder 2.65 Russia: Stettin 1921 (TS)
Folder 2.66 Russia: A Tent on the Steppe (Despair) (MS)
Folder 2.67 Russia: Miscellaneous Fragments
Folder 2.68 Saint Gonidec (TS)
Folder 2.69 Les Singes d'Ivoire (TS)
Folder 2.70 Souvenirs d'un Spéologue - Michel Bouillon, pp 1-30 (TS)
Folder 2.71 Souvenirs d'un Spéologue - Michel Bouillon, pp 31-60 (TS)
Folder 2.72 Souvenirs d'un Speleogue - Michel Bouillon, pp 61-89 (TS)
Folder 2.73 Souvenirs d'un Speleogue - Michel Bouillon, pp 90-110 (TS)
Folder 2.74 Souvenirs d'un Speleogue - Michel Bouillon, pp 70-90 (photocopy)
Folder 2.75 Souvenirs d'un Speleogue - Michel Bouillon, pp 91-110 (photocopy)
Folder 2.76 Summer in Brittany - Chapter I (MS)
Folder 2.77 Tahiti: A-you: A Boy in Tahiti, pp 1-25 (MS)
Folder 2.78 Tahiti: A-you: A Boy in Tahiti, pp 26-37 (MS)
Folder 2.79 Tahiti: Beggarman - Thief (MS)
Folder 2.80 Tahiti: The Covered Wagon: 1936 (TS)
Folder 2.81 Tahiti: Dead Islands (TS)
Folder 2.82 Tahiti: Dead Islands The Giants Were Kinder (TS)
Folder 2.83 Tahiti: The Giant Walks South (TS)
Folder 2.84 Tahiti: The House on the Beach - Island Neighbors, (TS)
Folder 2.85 Tahiti: The House on the Beach - Chapter 2 (TS)
Folder 2.86 Tahiti: Land in the Pacific - The Giant Walks South (MS)
Folder 2.87 Tahiti: Maison Close - Shutters? (MS)
Folder 2.88 Tahiti: Music Under the Palms (TS)
Folder 2.89 Tahiti: Papeete, Port of Call (TS)
2.90 Tahiti: Peace in Tahiti (TS)
Folder 2.91 Tahiti: Tahiti Remembered, pp 1-15 [1967] (TS)
Folder 2.92 Tahiti: Tahiti Remembered, pp 16-32 [1967] (TS)
Folder 2.93 Tahiti: Tahiti Story (MS)
Folder 2.94 Tahiti: Tahiti - the Land (TS)
Folder 2.95 Tahiti: Treasure Islanders (TS)
Folder 2.96 Tahiti: The Tuamotus' Big Holiday (TS)
Folder 2.97 Tahiti: List of Illustrations for "The Tuamotus' Big Holiday"
Folder 2.98 Tahiti: What X and Mme Say About R (MS)
Folder 2.99 Tahiti: Unidentified Typescript (TS)
Folder 2.100 Tahiti: Miscellaneous Fragments (MS)
Folder 2.101 Tahiti: Miscellaneous Fragments (MS)
Folder 2.102 The Tall Men (MS)
Folder 2.103 Three Sailors (TS)
Folder 2.104 Time and The Siren (MS)
Folder 2.105 Top Flight (MS)
Folder 2.106 Top Flight (TS)
Folder 2.107 Top Flight: Notebook
Folder 2.108 Wind (MS)
Folder 2.109 Wind on the Acropolis (MS)
Folder 2.110 Untitled Manuscript - Chapter 1 (MS)
2.111 Untitled Manuscript (MS, fragment)
Folder 2.112 Untitled Manuscript (MS, fragment)
Folder 2.113 Untitled Manuscript (MS, fragment)
Folder 2.114 Untitled Manuscript (MS, fragment)
Folder 2.115 Untitled Manuscript (TS, fragment)
Folder 2.116 Miscellaneous Notes
Folder 4.4 Bird Shooting in the French Pyrenees [1945]
Folder 2.117 Histoire d'Giseaux (MS)
Folder 4.5 Home to Brittany (TS)
Folder 2.118 Nous qui Mourrons Peut-être un Jour..., pp 1-15 (TS)
Folder 2.119 Nous qui Mourrons Peut-être un Jour..., pp 16-30 (TS)
Folder 2.120 Nous qui Mourrons Peut-être un Jour..., pp 31-46 (TS)
Folder 2.121 Nous qui Mourrons Peut-être un Jour..., pp 47-61 (TS)
Folder 2.122 Nous qui Mourrons Peut-être un Jour..., pp 62-76 (TS)
Folder 4.6 Nous qui Mourrons Peut-être un Jour..., pp 78-90 (TS)
Folder 2.123 Nous qui Mourrons Peut-être un Jour..., pp 91-100 (TS)
Folder 4.7 Paris Gives the Tone...
Folder 4.8 People of France
Folder 4.9 The Press of Paris: 1945
Folder 4.10 Prise d'Armes sur les Corvettes F.N.F.L.
Folder 4.11 Return to Paris
Folder 4.12 Trout Fishing in the French Pyrenees
Folder 4.13 Untitled Manuscript (fragment)

Published Manuscripts by Bergeret

Folder 2.124 "Christiane," The New Yorker, 29 Nov. 1958 (TS)
Folder 2.125 "The Pigeon Loft" (TS 19 p)
Folder 2.126 "Sailor's Wife" (TS 20 p)
Folder 2.127 "So Tall A Lady," The New Yorker, 20 July 1960 (TS)
Folder 2.128 The Anchored Heart, Harcourt Brace (book jacket)
Box 7 The Anchored Heart, Harcourt Brace (TS)

Published Articles by Bergeret

Folder 2.129 Another War Victim, The Nation, v. 118, no. 307, 25 June 1924, pp. 738-39
Folder 2.130 Babar: The Winged Elephant, Tomorrow, Sept. 1942, pp. 32-34
Folder 2.131 Back to France, Tricolore: News of France at War, v. 4, no. 8, Mar.-Apr. 1945, pp. 106-127
Folder 2.132 Big Game, The New Yorker, 19 Oct. 1957, pp. 39-46
Folder 2.133 Billboard on the Rue de Longchamp, The New Yorker, 1 Mar. 1941
2.134 Brittany Village, Tricolore, v. 4, no. 9, May 1945, p. 138+
Folder 2.135 "Captain" Hildegard, The American Girl, Mar. 1930, pp. 17+
Folder 2.136 China: La Dame T'ang, The Vassar Quarterly Review, summer 1958, v. 34, no. 3, pp. 428-438
Folder 2.137 China: Interrogatoire de la Chine, Vu, 1934, pp. 1-18
Folder 2.138 China: Interrogatoire de la Chine, Vu, 1934, pp. 19-27
Folder 2.139 China: Interrogatoire de la Chine, Vu, 1934, pp. 28-40
Folder 2.140 China: Interrogatoire de la Chine, Vu, 1934, pp. 41-52
Folder 2.141 China: Interrogatoire de la Chine, Vu, 1934, pp. 53-66
Folder 2.142 China's New Zealand, The Delphian Quarterly, Oct. 1942, pp. 6-12
Folder 2.143 La Civilization au Secours de la Sorcellerie, Vu no. 158, p. 403-405
Folder 2.144 The Clock, The New Yorker, n.d.
Folder 2.145 Continued Story, The Nation, 20 Dec. 1941, pp. 640-642
Folder 2.146 Escape from Djibouti, The Saturday Evening Post, 9 May 1942
Folder 2.147 Fear Beyond Reason, The New Yorker, 12 Nov. 1955, p. 148+
Folder 2.148 Fifteenth of December, The Nation, v. 136, no. 3524, 18 Jan. 1933, pp. 58-59
Folder 2.149 Flash Flood, Holiday, Oct. 1967, v. 42, no. 4, p. 48+
Folder 2.150 France and Germany, Friends, The Nation, v.123, no. 3208, 29 Dec. 1926, pp. 688-689
Folder 2.151 France Comes Off the Bread Ration, Tricolore, Dec. 1945, v. 5, no. 4, pp. 400+
Folder 2.152 France la Deuxième Patrie, Vogue, n.d., p. 40, 80
Folder 2.153 A Free Frenchman Writes from the East, The Yale Review [1941?], pp. 201+, including book reviews by Treat (fragment)
Folder 2.154 The French Labor Split; After the French Elections, The Nation, v. 114, no. 2973, 28 June 1922, pp. 783-786; v. 118, no. 3075, 11 June 1924, pp. 673-674
Folder 2.155 General de Gaulle Steps Down, The Nation, 16 Feb. 1946, pp. 194-195
Folder 2.156 Georges Bruyere...Notre Conscience Ouvrière, unidentified publication, n.d.
Folder 2.157 La Grotte Azilienne..., L'Anthropologie, v. 38, 1928, pp. 15+
Folder 2.158 The Gun in the Corner, Tomorrow, n.d., p.15-17
Folder 2.159 In a French Kitchen II, Homes and Gardens, n.d., pp. 49, 64
Folder 2.160 Insomnia and the Black Sheik, The New Yorker, 21 Oct. 1950
Folder 2.161 Kassem ou la Croisiere Secrete, Vu, nos. 95-97, 99-101
Folder 2.162 The Legion in Paris - Is This America? The Nation, v. 125 , no. 3250, 19 Oct. 1927, pp. 421-422
Folder 2.163 The Little Family of Labo, The Vassar Quarterly Review, v.19, no. 3, summer 1943, pp. 390-402
Folder 2.164 London in the Spring, The Nation, 1 May 1943, pp. 629-630
Folder 2.165 The Lorraine Cross in Scotland, Tricolore, v.4, no. 6, Jan. 1945
Folder 2.166 Meeting Hitler's Army, Harper's Magazine, n.d., pp. 472-484
Folder 2.167 Meeting Mr. Saito, The Nation, 23 May 1942, pp. 597-599
Folder 2.168 No Obligations, The Nation, 28 February 1942, pp. 256-258
Folder 2.169 Note sur le Permien marin de Madagascar, extract from Comptes rendus des seances de l'Academie des Sciences, vol. 182, 3 May 1926, p. 1092
Folder 2.170 Nuages sur le Pacifique, parts 1-3, Vu, nos. 385-387
Folder 2.171 Nuages sur le Pacifique,parts 4 - 6, Vu, nos. 388-390
Folder 2.172 Nuages sur le Pacifique, 7-8, Vu, nos. 391-392
Folder 2.173 Nuages sur le Pacifique, parts 9 - 10, Vu, no. 393-394
Folder 2.174 Paris in the Morning, The Nation, 17 January 1946, pp. 175+
Folder 2.175 Paris Looks at Everyman's House, The Nation, 17 August 1946, pp. 175+
Folder 2.176 The Pigeon Loft, The New Yorker, 15 March 1958, p. 95+
Folder 2.177 Prospecting for Buried Worlds, The Nation, v. 123, no. 3203, 24 November 1926, pp. 528 -529
Folder 3.1 Reveillon in Paris, The Nation, 19 January 1946, pp. 71-72
Folder 3.2 Sailing Forbidden Coasts, National Geographic, v. 60, no. 3, September 1931, pp. 356 - 372
Folder 3.3 Sailing Forbidden Coasts, National Geographic, v. 60, no. 3, September 1931, p 373-386
Folder 3.4 Sailor's Wife, The New Yorker, 26 January 1957, p. 301
Folder 3.5 So Tall a Lady, The New Yorker, 2 July 1960, p. 26+
Folder 3.6 Sorcery in the Pyrenees, Travel (fragment)
Folder 3.7 The Third Monsieur, The New Yorker, 31 July 1954, p. 20+
Folder 3.8 To Celebes, The New Yorker, 26 October 1963, p. 152+
Folder 3.9 Watch Dogs of the High Seas, Travel, v. 80, no. 3, January 1943, p. 4+
Folder 3.10 When Reindeer Roamed the Pyrenees, parts I and II, Scientific American, December 1929 and January 1930
Folder 3.11 Young China Plans for the Future, Travel, 1 October 1936? p. 16+

Translations and Reviews by Bergeret

Folder 3.12 The House of Stupidity, by Alberto Savinio. Translated from Italian. (TS)
Folder 3.13 Homer Barchetta, by Alberto Savinio. Translated from Italian. (TS)
Folder 3.14 My Mother Does Not Understand Me, by Alberto Savinio. Translated from Italian. (TS)
Folder 3.15 Re: Alberto Savinio: Notes
Folder 3.16 Review: Behind the Urals, by John Scott, Political Science Quarterly, v. 57, no. 4, pp. 601-604

Manuscripts by Others

Folders 3.17-.29 Dorothy Treat: Report on the Geology of Boulder and Latimer Counties.
Folder 3.30 Dorothy Treat: Story of Owls
Folder 3.31 [Simone Begouen?]: Letter from North Africa [Morocco?]
Folder 3.32 [Simone Begouen?]: Letter from North Africa [Morocco?]
Folder 3.33 Unidentified Manuscript

Articles by Others

Folder 3.34 Aven, Mark: "On the Bridge"
Folder 3.35 Begouen, Max: "Dessins Abstraits et Figurations en 'Perspective Tordue''"
Folder 3.36 Fournier, Willy: "Sauvetage"
Folder 3.37 Igolen, Georges: "Roses of the Dadès"
Folder 3.38 [Savinio, Maria?]: "Quadri ad Ago"
Folder 3.39 Tongue, Margaret: "Icharus and Dedalus, Walter on Monday,"
Folder 3.40 Walker, Joseph A.: Top Flight
Folder 3.41 White, E.B.: Farmer White's Brown Eggs

Poetry by Others

Folder 3.42 Tongue, Margaret: Poetry
Folder 3.43 Tongue, Margaret: Poetry
Folder 3.44 Miscellaneous Poetry, Ballads, etc.

Articles By and About Teilhard de Chardin

Folder 3.45 L'Afrique et les Origines Humaines
Folder 3.46 Breuil: Le Père Teilhard et Son "Phenomene Humain"
Folder 3.47 Breuil, Abbe H. "Soixante ans de découvertes . . . "
Folder 3.48 L'Energie Humaine, pp. 1 - 17
Folder 3.49 L'Energie Humaine, pp. 18 - 40
Folder 3.50 L'Energie Humain, pp. 41 - 59
Folder 3.51 L'Energie Humain, pp. 60 - 69
Folder 3.52 L'Humanité se muet-elle biologiquement sure elle-même?
Folder 3.53 Une interpretation biologique plausible de l'Histoire Humain: la Formation de la "Noosphère."
Folder 3.54 Introduction a la Vie Chretienne
Folder 3.55 La Paléontologie et l'Apparition de l'Homme
Folder 3.56 Le Pere Teilhard de Chardin
Folder 3.57 Pour y Voir Clair. Réflexions sur Deux Formes Inverses d'Esprit
Folder 3.58 Quelques Réflexions sur la Conversation du Monde
Folder 3.59 Le rebondissement humain de l'évolution et ses conséquences
Folder 3.60 Sauvons l'Humanité
Folder 3.61 Science et Religion: Sont-elles incompatables?
Folder 3.62 La Structure Phylétique du Groupe Humain
Folder 3.63 La Structure Phylétique du Groupe Humain
Folder 3.64 Les Unités Humaines Naturelles . . .
Folder 3.65 Unidentified Typescript [Evolution]

Clippings

Folder 3.66 Primitive Hearths in the Pyrenees
Folder 4.14 Reviews: The Anchored Heart
Folder 4.15 Reviews: In France it was Spring
Folder 3.67 Reviews: Pearls, Arms, and Hashish
Folder 4.16 re: André Bergeret
Folder 4.17 re: Paul-Vaillant Couturier
Folder 4.18 re: Paul-Vaillant Couturier
Folder 3.68 re: Teilhard de Chardin
Folder 4.19 Miscellaneous Clippings
Folder 4.20 Miscellaneous Clippings
Folder 4.21 Miscellaneous Clippings

Financial Papers

Folder 3.69 Banque de Bretagne
Folder 3.70 Banque de Bretagne
Folder 4.22 Contracts
Folder 4.23 Contracts
Folder 4.24 Contracts: The New Yorker
Folder 3.71 Royalty Statements

World War II

Folder 3.72 Cadran
Folder 3.73 Clippings
Folder 3.74 Documents and Miscellaneous Correspondence
Folder 3.75 Invasion Diary 6 June 1944 - 2 Sept 1944
Folder 3.76 Tricolore, vol. IV, no. 6
Folder 3.77 Tricolore, vol. IV, no. 8
Folder 3.78 Tricolore, vol. IV, no. 9
Folder 3.79 Tricolore, vol. V, no. 4
Folder 3.80 Miscellaneous Notes

Printed Material

Folder 3.81 Archives Internationales Claude Bernard re: Philippe Decourt
Folder 3.82 Archives Internationales Claude Bernard re: Philippe Decourt
Folder 3.83 First American tour of Mei Lan-Fang
Folder 3.84 Hommage à Leon Moussinac
Folder 3.85 Miscellaneous

Diaries

Folder 3.86 Diary: Ida Treat Bergeret, 1926
Folder 3.87 Diary: Ida Treat Bergeret, Jan - Feb 1943
Folder 3.88 Diary: Ida Treat Bergeret, London, 1944
Folder 3.89 Diary: Ida Treat Bergeret, Sept 1950 - June 1953
Folder 3.90 Diary: Ida Treat Bergeret, June 1953 - Nov 1957
Folder 3.91 Diary: Ida Treat Bergeret, 1953 - 1960
Folder 3.92 Diary: Ida Treat Bergeret, 1954 - 1958
Folder 3.93 Diary: Ida Treat Bergeret, ca. June 1971 - Aug 1977
Folder 3.94 Diary (?): notes, Ida Treat Bergeret "Mes lettres à Paul"
Folder 3.95 Diary: Dorothy Treat, Feb - Mar 1961

Biographical: Ida Treat Bergeret

Folder 3.96 Autobiographical
Folder 3.97 Clippings
Folder 3.98 Obituary
Folder 3.99 Résumé
Folder 3.100 Miscellaneous
Folder 3.101 Trips
Folder 3.102 Trips
Folder 3.103 Trips: notes

Drawings

Folder 5.1 Drawing by B. Palencio for Ida Treat
Folder 5.2 Facsimile of drawing: "La Mère de Paul sur son . . . "
Folder 5.3 Drawings: "Primitive Hearths in the Pyrenees"
Folder 5.4 Drawings: "Primitive Hearths in the Pyrenees" [see also box 24, folder 468]

Photographs and Scrapbooks

Folder 5.5 André Bergeret
Folder 5.6 Ida Treat Bergeret
Folder 5.7 Ida Treat Bergeret
Folder 5.8 Paul Valliant-Couturier
Folder 5.9 Paul Valliant-Couturier
Folder 5.10 Pére Teilhard de Chardin
Folder 5.11 Treat Family
Folder 5.12 Treat Family
Folder 5.13 Treat Family
Folder 5.14 Treat Family
Folder 5.15 Treat Family
Folder 5.16 Bouillon
Folder 5.17 Bouillon
Folder 5.18 China
Folder 5.19 Djibouti
Folder 5.20 [Early Chapters of a Biography]
Folder 5.21 "Primitive Hearths in the Pyrenees"
Folder 5.22 World War II [unidentified individuals]
Folder 5.23 Miscellaneous
Folder 5.24 Miscellaneous
Folder 5.25 Five (5) Tintypes
Folder 6.1 Two (2) watercolors by Paul Valliant-Couturier
Box 6 One (1) photograph album
Box 6 Two (2) scrapbooks

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