The Breton mss. II, 1946- , consist of literary works acquired through Jean Breton, proprietor of the firm of Librairie Saint-Germain-Des-Pres in Paris. Some of the writings are accompanied by letters and related materials.
The Brindeau mss., 1970-1976, consist of the incomplete text for La Poesie Contemporaine de langue Francais depuis 1945, edited chiefly by Serge Brindeau, 1925-1997, poet and editor, and letters largely to Brindeau about the work.
Bruneau, Louis Charles Bonaventure Alfred, 1857-1934
The Bruneau mss., 1890-1919, are the letters of Louis Charles Bonaventure Alfred Bruneau, 1857-1934, critic and composer, to Hilaire Noel Sebastien Clement Janin, 1862-?, author, to his wife Mme Blanche (Coulon) Clement Janin, singer with the Opera Comique, and to Louis Gallet, 1835-1898, librettist.