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Catalogue Collectif de France

Researchers interested in the holdings of French libraries and lesser-known French "centres de documentation" will want to visit the Catalogue Collectif de France (CCFR). A project of the French Ministries of Culture and Education as well as the Bibliotheque Nationale de France, the CCFR is divided into two sections, by institution (Repertoire des Bibliotheques) and by document search...

https://ccfr.bnf.fr/portailccfr/jsp/public/index.jsp?failure...
French Revolutionary Pamphlets

As of late, the University of Alabama Library system has been working on a thematically diverse set of digital collections. Currently, their collection includes papers from wealthy planters, University of Alabama history, and this fine mix of over 170 pamphlets from the French Revolution. The pamphlets were used to "spread the word of revolution", and they are taken from the W.S. Hoole Special...

https://digitalcollections.libraries.ua.edu/digital/collecti...
Paris Architecture and Urbanism

The Princeton University Digital Library has a range of collections that showcase the globe and its many cultures. This particular gem brings together wonderful publications on Paris architecture and urbanism, including a number of works by Austrian-born Jean-Charles Krafft, who is remembered for his detailed documentation of "the most elegant" French neoclassical buildings. During his life he...

http://pudl.princeton.edu/collections/paris