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22 reports, 1811 September-October, prospective for 1812-1815, 1811 September-October

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Collection Overview

Collection Description & Creator Information

Scope and Contents

September 11th, 3 reports on fortifications at Arcole (work carried out in 1810-11, projected work for 1812, projected work for 1812-15); September 12th, report on fortification at Mantua (work carried out in 1810-11): September 14th, 5 reports on fortification at Peschiera (work carried out in 1810-11 [2 copies], most pressing work to be carried out in 1812, projected work for 1812-15 [2 copies]); September 15th, 2 reports on fortification at Legnago (work to be carried out in 1812, projected work for 1812-15); September 20th, report on fortification at Legnago (work carried out in 1810-11); September 20th, 2 reports on fortification at Mantua (most pressing work to be carried out in 1811, projected work for 1812-15); October 14th, report on fortification at Palmanova (projected work for 1812-15); October 18th, 3 reports on fortification at Venice (work carried out by the end of 1811, work to be carried out in 1812, projected work for 1812-15); October 23rd, report on fortification at Ancona (work carried out by the end of 1811, projected work for 1812-15, work to be carried out in 1812); undated, 3 reports on fortification at Rocca d'Anso (work carried out in 1810-11,work to be carried out in 1812, projected work for 1812-15).

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Collection History

Appraisal

No appraisal information is available.

Processing Information

This collection was processed by David Rollo, Barbara Volz and John Delaney in 1991. Finding aid written by David Rollo, Barbara Volz and John Delaney in 1991.

Access & Use

Conditions Governing Access

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Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

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Credit this material:

22 reports, 1811 September-October, prospective for 1812-1815; Eugène de Beauharnais Collection, C0645, Manuscripts Division, Department of Special Collections, Princeton University Library

Location:
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Princeton, NJ 08544, USA
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Storage Note:
  • Firestone Library (mss): Box 42