Bibliography

Archives

Bibliothèque Nationale de France

Département de la Musique

Département des Arts du Spectacle

Periodicals & Newspapers

L’Antenne

Boston Daily Globe

The Chesterian

Comœdia

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Le Courrier théâtral et musical

La Danse

L’Ère nouvelle

L’Esprit nouveau

Excelsior

Le Figaro

The Glasgow Herald

The Guardian

Liberté

Le Ménestrel

Modern Music

Le Mois

The Monthly Musical Record

The Musical Times

North American Review

Les Nouvelles littéraires

Nouvelle revue française

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La Patrie

Renaissance

Revue des deux mondes

La Revue musicale

Revue musicale belge

La Revue nouvelle

Le Temps

New York Times

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Index of Periodicals Circulating in 1924 Paris

Newspapers:

Figaro

Gaulois

Matin

Journal

Echo de Paris

L’OEuvre

Excelsior

Petit Parisien

Petit Journal

Humanité

Action française

Croix

Lanterne

Eclair

Libre Parole

Homme Libre

Radical

Rappel

Siècle

Petite République

Ere Nouvelle

L’Information

Paris-Midi

Temps

Journal des Débats (1789)

Liberté

L’Intransigeant

La Presse

Gazette de France (1631)

Periodicals:

Revue des Deux-Mondes

Revue de Paris

Nouvelle Revue

Correspondant

Grande Revue

Mercure de France

Opinion

Progrѐs civique

Cri de Paris

Carnet de la Semaine

Revue hebdomadaire

Revue Mondiale (form. Revue des Revues)

Revue Générale des Sciences

Revue Scientifique

Revue du Mois

Nature

Revue Bleue

Revue critique des Idées et des Livres

Nouvelle Revue francaise

Annales politiques et littéraires

L’Europe Nouvelle

Illustrated:

Illustration

Monde Illustré

Gazette des Beaux-Arts

Revue de l’Art ancien et moderne

L’Art et les Artistes

Lectures pour tous

Je sais tout

Femina

Armée et Marine

La Vie au grand air

Journal Amusant

Vie Parisienne

L’Assiette au beurre

Le Rire

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