Papers, 1730-1922 (inclusive), 1780-1816 (bulk).

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Mazzei, Filippo, 1730-1816. Papers, 1730-1922 (inclusive), 1780-1816 (bulk).

Papers, 1730-1922 (inclusive), 1780-1816 (bulk).

This collection consists of facsimiles of documents, microfilmed for "Philip Mazzei: the comprehensive microform edition of his papers, 1730-1816" (Kraus International Publications, 1982), and also typescripts and translations into English of other documents.

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