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Explanatory Notes

NL - National Library of Czech Republic

NM - National Museum in Prague

MCL - Museum of Czech Literature in Prague

 

 

 

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Prague

ABRAMOWICZ Marjan Polish intelectual
BARRANDE Joachim French scientist, paleontologist
BARWIŃSKI Eugeniusz Polish historian and archivist
BOLZANO Bernard Czech philosopher, theologist and matematician
BRAHE Tycho de Danish astronomer, generalist
DESTINNOVÁ Ema Czech opera singer, writer, author of poems, prose and novels
DVOŘÁK Antonín Czech music composer
HEYROVSKÝ Jaroslav Czech physicist and chemist, Nobel Prize laureate in the field of polarography
JIŘINCOVÁ Ludmila Czech painter, graphic artist, illustrator
LUTZOW František Czech diplomat, propagator of czech culture in England and in America, historian, translator
RYPÁČKOVÁ Anna Nurse of T.G.Masaryk
RANTZAU Heinrich Danish polyhistorian and humanist
RUŚKIEWICZ Tomasz Polish engineer and elektrotechnician
SMETANA Bedřich Czech composer, founder of the Czech national music
SMIRDIN Alexander Filipovič Book seller and publisher in Peterburg
SZÉLLA Farkas President of The Court of justice in Debrecen and in Budapest, father of M. Kubelíková-Széllová, the wife of a Czech violinist Jan Kubelík
VODNIK-DRECHSLER Branko Croatian literary historian and critic
VÁCHAL Josef Czech designer, printer, graphic designer, carver and writer
ČAPEK Josef Czech painter, illustrator and writer
ŠLEBINGER Janko Director of the University Library in Lublan (Slovenia)
ŠMURL Jevgenij Francevič Roumanian historian

Dobrá voda u Hartmanic

ADLER Šimon Czech rabbi, archivist, author of historian works about the rights of Jews

Jabkenice

SMETANA Bedřich Czech composer, founder of the Czech national music

Lány

MASARYK Tomáš Garrigue Czech philosopher, writer, first president of Czechoslovakia

Vysoká

DVOŘÁK Antonín Czech music composer

France

Paris

APOLLINAIRE Guillaume French poet, dramatist and anarchist of the Polish origin

Germany

Wuppertal

KAFKA Franz Prague writter of Jewish origin, one of the most influential and the most appreciated writters of 20th Century

Italy

Milan

CÉSPEDES Alba de Italo-Cuban writer, journalist

Great Britain

London

ASHBEE Henry Spencer British bibliographer and bussinessman

Russia

Moscow

PUŠKIN Alexander Sergejevič Russian poet, novelist and playwright

St. Peterburg

VOLTAIRE Francois Marie de French writer, philosopher

United States of America

Bufallo (NY)

JOYCE James Irish prosaist and poet

Charlotessville (VA)

FAULKNER William American prosaist and poet, Nobel Prize winner for literature

Pullman (WA)

WOOLF Virginia English writer, esejist and critic

Washington D.C.

ANTHONY Susan B. One of the founders of the woman suffrage movement in America
CHAPMAN CATT Carrie American feminist, the president of the National American Woman Suffrage Assocation
JEFFERSON Thomas The third American President
WILSON Woodrow Twenty-eight American President