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Renaissance manuscripts, 1585-1870.

Author: Barlow Family.Philip, King of SpainMarie Louise, of Orléans Queen consort of Charles II King of SpainFerdinand, Holy Roman EmperorMaximilian, Duke of BavariaAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Manuscripts, mostly correspondence, signed by European rulers and nobles and dating mostly from the 17th and 18th centuries collected by members of the Barlow family, especially Dr. Walter Jarvis Barlow and his son of the same name.
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Genre/Form: Archives
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Named Person: Alexander Crescencio; Barlow family
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Barlow Family.; Philip, King of Spain; Marie Louise, of Orléans Queen consort of Charles II King of Spain; Ferdinand, Holy Roman Emperor; Maximilian, Duke of Bavaria; Louis, King of France; Otho, King of Greece
OCLC Number: 32943217
Description: .4 lin. ft. (1 archives box)
Other Titles: Barlow Family collection of manuscripts
UCSD MSS.
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Manuscripts, mostly correspondence, signed by European rulers and nobles and dating mostly from the 17th and 18th centuries collected by members of the Barlow family, especially Dr. Walter Jarvis Barlow and his son of the same name.

The bulk of the collection was probably assembled in Italy during the 18th century. The collections includes 52 Italian manuscripts from the 17th and 18th centuries, 42 Spanish manuscripts from the 17th century, 27 French and German manuscripts from the 16th through 19th centuries, and one Greek manuscript dated 1862. The materials include letters signed by King Louis XV of France, King Philip IV of Spain, two queens of Spain (Mariana de Austria and Marie D'Orleans), and the Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand III. Many of the 17th-century materials were originally sent to the Italian artist and architect Juan Bautista Crescencio (1595-1660) and to Cardinal Alexander Crescencio (late 17th century).

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