APOLLINAIRE Guillaume (1880-1918)

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APOLLINAIRE Guillaume (1880-1918)
Signed autograph letter addressed to Max JACOB. Paris, circa 1917. 2 pages in-8 on the letterhead of the Chamber of Deputies. Unpublished letter, about the deputy Charles REGISMANSET, then director of the Ministry of Colonies. It dates from the time when Apollinaire was collaborating at Excelsior. Apollinaire specifies to the poet and friend Max Jacob: "Do you want to tell your friend that Regismanset asked me to let you know that his case does not include any reduction in the point of view of utilitarian underwear. Nevertheless, I will see him with pleasure and regret that he climbed up to my pigeon loft without finding me there [...] Come and see me anyway, would Father Janvier say, who must at least speak as well as Victor Hugo's father [...]".
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