Signed autograph letter from Eugène SCRIBE addressed to the members of the recruitment council of the National Guard, dated 1832, regarding Achille SCRIBE. In the letter, he requests a one-year leave for his relative Achille SCRIBE, as he is suffering from an illness, the certificate of which was enclosed with the letter. Eugène Scribe was a French playwright and librettist, born on December 24, 1791, in Paris, and died in Paris on February 20, 1861.
One of the most performed playwrights of the 19th century, both in France and worldwide, Eugène Scribe was elected to the French Academy in 1834. Dimensions: 19 x 24.5 cm. Condition: See photos for more details. Carefully packaged in a rigid and waterproof packaging.
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