Letters sent to Nancy Cox-McCormack from Lauro De Bosis and others, 1922-1956.


Letters sent to Nancy Cox-McCormack from Lauro De Bosis and others, 1922-1956.

Letters sent to Nancy Cox-McCormack from Lauro De Bosis and others, 1922-1956.

American artist Nancy Cox-McCormack's letters received from anti-fascist LauroDe Bosis, his mother Lillian Vernon De Bosis, and others.

1 box (.5 linear ft.)



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Vacca, Virginia De Bosis.

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De Bosis, Lillian.

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Houghton Library

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de Santillana, Giorgio, 1902-

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Clarke, Vera.

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De Bosis, P.

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Townley, Ephra.

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Vernon Mario D.

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Goode, Blanche

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Martini, Fausto Maria, 1886-1931

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De Bosis, Charis Cortese.

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De Bosis, Lauro, 1901-1931

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De Bosis was an Italian poet and freedom fighter who was killed in 1931 after dropping anti-fascist leaflets from an airplane over Rome. From the description of Papers, 1917-1933. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 122581282 De Bosis was an Italian poet and anti-fascist; he taught at Harvard beginning in 1926, during which time he published his translation of La vita privata di Elena di Troia by J. Erskine. From the description of Letter : to unidentified ...

William, A. Jackson

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McCulloch, Winifred.

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Adolfo De Bosis

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Cox-McCormack, Nancy, 1885-1967

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