The Correspondence of Baron de Vioménil (Public)

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The Correspondence of Baron de Vioménil (Public)

The Correspondence of Baron de Vioménil Project is part of a grant funded effort at the Washington Library to transcribe and translate the manuscript papers of Vioménil, a French officer who served during the American War for Independence.

Learn more about Vioménil's life here

The original manuscripts are held by the Academie François Bourdon. Each document has a unique identifier that corresponds to its archive record. For example, "No. 100" is the unique ID for "No. 100: Lettre La Villebrune + liste bateaux (Annapolis) - 1781/09/16." Documents with a number only for a unique ID are part of inventory 0166Z0067-02. Documents with the letter "a" as part of the the unique ID are from inventory 0166Z0068.

This project is generously funded by the Richard Lounsbery Foundation. https://www.rlounsbery.org

Image credit: Pierre-Louis Delaval Le maréchal C.-J.-H. du Houx de Vioménil (1734-1827), 1817.

No. 110: Lettre de La Laune (Annapolis) - 1781/09/12

No. 110: Lettre de La Laune (Annapolis) - 1781/09/12

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No. 111: Lettre de La Laune (Annapolis) - 1781/09/15

No. 111: Lettre de La Laune (Annapolis) - 1781/09/15

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No. 111a: Traduction précédente - 1782/09/17

No. 111a: Traduction précédente - 1782/09/17

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No. 112a: Lettre Latouche à B de V - 1782/0916

No. 112a: Lettre Latouche à B de V - 1782/0916

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