CORREZ - Édition des lettres internationales adressées à Émile Zola

Lettre de Joseph Sigmund à Émile Zola datée du 21 janvier 1898

Auteur(s) : Sigmund, Joseph


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1er tampon à gauche :
Kaskel Solomon
mens clothing ladies furnishings
boys clothing ladies cloaks
gent furnishing millinery
Boots & shoes house furnishing
hats & caps horse equipments & trunks

2e tampon au milieu :
Charles Ruben
Wholesale and retail
Initiales S et R entrelacées
Solomon & Ruben
The World's Model
Outfitting establishment
Smithfield & Diamond streets.

Pittsburgh, Pa, jan, 21st. 98

Dactylographié à l'encre bleue :

Emile Zola,

-Honored Sir :

I am only a commonplace citizen, with no title, no significance, save in my own family circle, where I am the World as Dreyfus is to his.
Bjornsterne Bjornsen envies you, I envy Bjornsen for his ability to so pathetically, so nobly, express his sympathy for the cause you are championing, and for his power to declare his detestation of the corruption surrounding you, and which you are so manfully determined to surmount, in your effort to plant the banner of justice.
That God has given you the necessary wisdom, is fortunate for humanity. May he protect and bless you with strength to carry you to richly deserved victory, is my prayer, re-echoed by seventy million (sic) of my fellow contrymen and women
Most humbly yours.

Signature : Joseph Sigmund


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