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Lettre d'Horace Barrett à Émile Zola datée du 21 janvier 1898

Auteur(s) : Barrett, Horace

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Texte de la lettreTampons :
MAIN FACTORY & OFFICE
17 & 18 WALL STREET
BINGHAMTON, N. Y.
Binghamton, N. Y., jan 21 1898.
Dictated by,

Texte :
Emilie Zola
Dear Sir,
Allow me as an indeniance to express my appreciation of your interest in the Dreyfus Case. I have always felt that an innocent man was undergoing a terrible torture. [partie illisible] and in the case in the refusal of the French [mot illisible] to honestly inquire into the facts. Glad that there aree men like yourself that will not see a great wrong prepetrated without protest. God speed you in your effort to know the truth.
Resly,
Horace F. Barrett,
Binghamton, NY.

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