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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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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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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 1965-2000
Collection consisting of conference papers, newsletters and other printed material from organizations specializing in mass communication, including the International Association for Mass Communication Research (IAMCR) and its Political Economy Section 1976-1982, the Campaign for Press Freedom in Lon...
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Minutes, agenda, reports and working papers relating to congresses 1949-1992, meetings of the Executive Board 1949-1992, the Sub-Committee (Emergency Committee) 1950-1974, the General Council 1950-1953 and the Consultative Council 1953-1958; circulars 1950-1992; copies of outgoing mail 1978-1989; do...
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Gramophone records from Europe (Russia excepted) from country’s such as Belgium, Denmark, England, France, Hungary, Italy, The Netherlands, Portugal, Russia, Spain and Sweden.
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Antonio Téllez Solá: Anarchist, involved in the urban guerrilla, journalist, historian. Mainly contains portraits and group portraits of anarchists and urban guerrillas.
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