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Jean Clarence Lambert is a French art critic, author, and translator. He had a longtime friendship with the Mexican poet and author Octavio Paz.
The collection consists of 122 letters (Spanish) by Octavio Paz to Lambert, 1952-1992; approx. a dozen photographs; and "Carnet Bleu" (French, "vers" 1951), Lambert's blue notebook containing his French translations of Paz's "Libertad Bajo Palabra," bearing some holograph annotations by Paz.
Purchased from Jean-Clarence Lambert in 2009 with funds provided by the Program in Latin American Studies (AM2009-106).
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This collection was processed by John Delaney in April 2009. Finding aid written by John Delaney in April 2009.
Folder inventory added by Nicholas Williams '2015 in 2012.
No appraisal information is available.
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