Leuliette Papers

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

The collection includes four volumes of notes relating to the teaching of English history and French literature, two volumes of manuscript music (songs in French), and two bundles of notes relating to unpublished language manuals: Nouveau manuel d'Anglais a l'usage des Franais and Manual of French for Commercial Students. The notes for the latter include a copy of his pamphlet The spirit of history teaching.

Administrative / Biographical History

Victor J Leuliette (d 1928) published his first translations into English in 1903 (The virgin birth of Christ by Paul Lobstein; Liberal Christianity by Jean Reville). He was a member of The School Peace League, and presented a paper on the work of the School Peace League to the Educational Conference of the Seventh National Peace Congress in 1911. In 1912 he published an English translation of Fenelon, his life and works by Paul Janet, and his first own work, a pamphlet The spirit of history teaching: attitude of the teacher towards war. He was an Assistant Lecturer in French at Kings College London from 1922 until his death in 1928.

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