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Contains pamphlets, reports, brochures, flyers, clippings and other printed items relating to economic, social and political developments, trade union and human rights situation in Italy.
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Diaries 1921-1933; 1943-1944; correspondence with Diego Abad de Santillán, Emile Armand, Camillo Berneri, Giovanna Berneri, Luigi Bertoni, Armando Borghi, Pietro Bruzzi, Gigi Damiani, Severino Di Giovanni, Carlo Doglio, Luigi Fabbri, Luce Fabbri, Sébastien Faure, Italo Garinei, Ildefonso González, J...
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Reports, circulars and other printed documents 1956-1981.
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Period 1912-1932
Collection consisting of reports, letters and telegrams of the police concerning Malatesta's activities and whereabouts, with translations and explanatory notes of Borghi c. 1913-1914, 1917-1921, 1927, 1930 and n.d.; a few documents on the attempt to assassinate Mussolini 1926; photocopies of docu...
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Period 1912-1947
Papers mainly received as editor of Il Risveglio/Le Réveil: c.100 letters from Errico Malatesta 1913-1932; a few letters from Erasmo Abate (alias Hugo Rolland) 1925, Armando Borghi 1925, 1929, Gustave Brocher 1930, Luigi Fabbri 1925, Otello Gaggi 1936-1937, Jean Grave 1915, 1925, James Guillaume 190...
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Correspondence with Aldino Felicani, Remo Franchini, Valerio Isca, Sergio Liberovici, Giuseppe (Joseph) Mascii, Hugo Rolland, Cesare Zaccaria and others 1957-1964; notebook on the USSR, Fidel Castro and Armando Borghi; typescripts of his dramas like 'Il Mattaccio', 'Il Prodigio', 'Il Cigno e l’Aquil...
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Period 1918-1936
Part of his papers. Correspondence with Angelica Balabanoff 1932, 1947-1955, Giuseppe Berti 1934, 1937, Errico Malatesta 1914, 1921, Pia Misefari-Zanolli 1918-1919, 1931-1933, Antonietta Zanolli 1918; official documents on his expulsion from Switzerland in 1918 and his stay in that country in 1929,...
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Period 1936-1958
Correspondence with various persons including Ernestina Campalonghi 1954, 1956, Carlo Doglio 1951, Lorenzo Gamba 1952-1958, Italo Garinei 1956, Umberto Marzocchi 1945, Guido Remedi 1950-1958, Hugo Rolland 1951-1960, Bestione Sassi 1953, Pio Turroni 1952; typed and handwritten manuscripts and files o...
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Collection of Santiago S. Grez-Toso consisting of bulletins and stencilled reports issued by the Centre d'études politiques sur le Chili, the Comité international contre la répression au Chili, the Organización de Resistencia Comunista y la Renovación, Movimiento de Acción Popular Unitaria, Grupos d...
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Documents collected for the trial against Costa and two of his companions, accused of conspiracy against the state; letters to Costaby Garibaldi and local Italian sections of the First International; letters by Costa to Errico Malatesta. NB. Originals at the Archivio di Stato, Bologna, Italy. Pe...
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Period 1914-1946
Letters received from Claudio Treves, Guglielmo Ferrero and in particular from Don Luigi Sturzo, c. 1914-1946; autobiographical information; typed article and press clippings mainly concerning Don Luigi Sturzo.
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Period 1825-1887
Correspondence with Benoît Malon, Louis Blanc, Victor Considérant, Auguste Bonheur, George Sand and others; file of letters propagating Saint-Simonian ideas 1831-1832; some correspondence and documents concerning his trip to Italy 1838-1839; a few documents concerning his special mission to study th...
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Material collected by Alfred Sanftleben in connection with the publication of `Utopie und Experiment'. Unpublished handwritten manuscript of `Socialismo Pratico' by G. Rossi; one letter from G. Rossi to Alfred Sanftleben 1896; copy of printed preface to `Utopie und Experiment' by A. Sanftleben; some...
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Personal documents; correspondence with Giulio Bacconi 1964-1977, Ernesto Bozzo 1963-1977, Egidio Clemente 1958-1976, Enzo Fantozzi 1924-1960, Aldino Felicani 1959-1967, Remo Franchini 1939-1974, Lorenzo Gamba 1957-1974, Emilio Giaccaglia 1966-1977, Virgilio Gozzoli 1925-1971, Valerio Isca 1954-1972...
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Period 1942-1944
Documents mainly concerning the PSI during the Second World War, including clandestine correspondence (mainly copies) between the internal and foreign center (Switzerland) of the party 1942-1944; reports of activities in Italy, Switzerland and other countries; directives; microfilm of the handwritte...
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Period 1910-2000
Personal papers: letters, partly received as editor of Studi Sociali, from Diego Abad de Santillán 1934-1961, Francisco A. Barrios 1964-1965, Giovanna Berneri 1935-1959, Ugo Fedeli 1945-1951, 1961, José Grunfeld 1946, 1961-1964, Pedro Herrera 1965, Osvaldo Maraviglia 1945, 1947, 1954, 1962-1964, Rod...
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Period 1969-1982
Collection of Schirone consisting of leaflets and bulletins of various groups of the Italian extreme left, including the Soccorso Rosso, the Organizzazione Comunista Libertaria (OCL), the Nuclei Leninisti Internazionalisti, the Collettivo Comunista Feltrinelli, the Federazione Anarchica Italiana (FA...
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Period 1944-1945
Letters written and received during his last year of exile in England mainly with British and Italian officials concerning his return to Italy 1944; file with letters received after his return while editor for Avanti! primarily from editors of various magazines 1945; handwritten manuscript by Rutenb...
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Period 1880-1932
Extensive correspondence with Anna Kuliscioff 1898-1899, 1920-1925 and with his mother during his imprisonment in 1898-1899; correspondence by Turati and Kuliscioff with Giovanni Amendola 1923-1925, Agostino Bertani 1881, 1885, Leonida Bissolati 1886, 1898-1899, 1902, 1904, Andrea Costa 1888-1891, 1...
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Letters primarily to his friend Barbara Seidenfeld Stratiesky during his imprisonment in France 1942-1943; list with names of 80 political prisoners who managed to escape with the help of the PCF in 1943; printed copies of articles for Die Rote Gewerkschafts-Internationale (PROFINTERN); reports and...
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