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'Tiberiu Boşcaiu' Literary Geography Museum

Museum code7422000
Name'Tiberiu Boşcaiu' Literary Geography Museum
CountyCaraş-Severin
LocalityOŢELU ROŞU
AddressStrada Republicii nr. 10
Postal code325700
Telephone0255.530.383; 0355.417.720
E-MAIL addressmuzeulgeografieliteraratboscaiu@yahoo.com
AccessDN 68 to Oţelul Roşu, in the premises of the High School.
Time tableon demand
DirectorDaniela Chelbea
Collection(s)The museum was established in 1980, by Professor Tiberiu Boşcaiu initiative; it was the result of the documenting trips following the traces of the Romanian writers he led his students into. It is located inside the Bănăţean High School from Oţelu-Roşu town and it has 9 halls. By an act of donation, Professor Tiberiu Boşcaiu has endowed the institution with old books, documents and photos. The museum, initially named Scholar Museum of Literary Geography „ Places and lights of Romanian literature”, functions under its current name since 2008. It displays the history of Romanian literature, in photographic images, from beginning until now. In the museum the visitor can fiind: old books and magazines, photos, facsimiles, etc.; manuscripts such as: a family album dating from 1792, a written protest from the Western Mountains area (1849), an indictment document against Corolian Brediceanu (1877), letters from: Ion Vidu, C. Bacalbaşa, Agatha Bacovia, Gh. Eminescu, Mitzura Arghezi, A.Z.N. Pop, books collection: Minei and Akathist (1870), The History of Alexander (in Cyrillic alphabet), Dosoftei – The Psalter in verses (in Cyrillic and Latin alphabets), D. Cantemir- Descriptio Moldaviae (1872), Macsim’s Grammar (1870), I. Vulcan – The Nation’s Wounds (1876), B. P. Haşdeu – The Fate (1910) etc, princeps editions: O. Goga, Poems (1906), with autographs from: P. Istrati, E. Farago, D. D. Pătrăşcanu, D. R. Popescu, A. Buzura, Sorin Titel, A. Blandiana, E Todoran, C. Stefănescu, etc. School manuals: Victuals from school (1888), Speller (1910), E.Hodoş, Stylistics (1914) etc. Calendars from: 1878, 1891, 1907, 1911, 1939. Magazines: The Literary Magazine (1888), The Literary Critics Magazine (1895), The Transylvanian Gazette (1899), The Bee (1904), The Sower (1905), The Flame (1906), The Evening Star (1911), The Thinking (1911), Tomorrow’s Society (1924), The Literary Movement (1925), The Literary and Artistic Truth (1929) etc. The document-photos, realized in the museum’s laboratory, are showing the faces of the great creators, facsimiles of their autographs, landscapes described in their works, homes where they’ve lived and worked, their childhood schools, cultural associations to which they had relations, their colleagues and friends, images of princeps’ editions or magazines where they have published. Also, billboards are exhibited in the museum with images of: M. Eminescu, V. Alecsandri, I. Creangă, I. L. Caragiale, I. Slavici, B. St. Delavrancea, G. Coşbuc, O. Goga, N. Iorga, A. Pann, C. Hogaş, G. Galaction, M. Sadoveanu, G. Bacovia, T. Arghezi, L. Blaga, L. Rebreanu, G. Călinescu, V. Voiculescu, N. Labiş, N. Stănescu, A. E. Baconski, Z. Stancu, M. Eliade, S. Titel etc. There are, also, billboards showing national history moments There is, also, an exhibition of books from Banat region from the latest decades, which gathers over 100 volumes.
CategoryMuzeu în subordinea Liceului Bănăţean Oţelu-Roşu
General profileMemorials
Main profileMemorials, History of Literature, Rare Books, Local History
WEB addresshttp://muzeutiberiuboscaiu.wordpress.com/
Social Mediahttps://www.facebook.com/muzeulgeografieliteraratiberiuboscaiu/
Contact personMarciana Corici
Positioncustode
Founded1980
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