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The file contains 13 handwritten letters and twelve postcards, one letter by Kleppik(?), and one letter written by Marthe and Emile Verhaeren. In addition, there is the envelope in which Zweig sent the materials to Jerusalem. The letters refer to the efforts of others to suggest Verhaeren as a candidate for the Nobel prize, to Anton Kippenberg, Johannes Schlaf, Maurice Maeterlinck, and Max Reinhardt.

Title Emile Verhaeren IV.
Creation Date 1911
Notes File Record
Vol. IV of VI
Host Item Stefan Zweig Collection
Language French
Call Number ARC. Ms. Var. 305 1 17
System Number 990034307350205171
Links File 17: Emile Verhaeren IV

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