Arthur Livingston Papers, 1474-1986, (bulk 1904-1944).


Arthur Livingston Papers, 1474-1986, (bulk 1904-1944).

The Arthur Livingston Papers consist of typescript and holograph manuscripts, correspondence, postcards, printed sheets, invitations, programs, page proofs, galleys, photographs, contracts, and clippings. The Works series includes Livingston's book reviews, articles, and introductions, including introductions to THE DIVINE COMEDY and Gaetano Mosca's THE RULING CLASS and articles on Luigi Pirandello and Lorenzo da Ponte. The Correspondence series includes both outgoing and incoming correspondence. Significant correspondents include Douglas Ainslie, Chester Holmes Aldrich, Sibilla Aleramo, Luis Araquistain, Vicente Blasco Ibáñez, Peter Bolt, Santa Borghese, Roberto Bracco, Marie-Anne Comnène, Nicola D'Aniello, Lauro de Bosis, Georgio de Santillana, Ruth Draper, Theodore Dreiser, Claude Farrère, Guglielmo Ferrero, Leo Ferrero, Dorothy Canfield Fisher, Erminia Hauser-Arbib, Paul Kennaday, Walter Lippmann, Gina Lombroso-Ferrero, Alberto Moravia, Gaetano Mosca, Giovanni Papini, Jane Régis Pareto, Brock Pemberton, Luigi Pirandello, Giuseppe Prezzolini, Vittorio Racca, Aldo Ravà, Renzo Rendi, Gaetano Salvemini, Arnaldo Segarizzi, Robert Sommerville, Gino Speranza, Arthur Symons, Miguel de Unamuno, Guido da Verona, Margaret Widdemer, and Frances Winwar. The Miscellaneous series includes original manuscripts, such as Vicente Blasco Ibáñez's LA TIERRA DE TODOS and UNKNOWN LANDS, Lauro de Bosis's HISTOIRE DE MA MORT, Alonso de Ercilla y Zúñiga's LA ARAUCANA, Guglielmo Ferrero's LIBERAZIONE, Alberto Maravia's LA MASCHERATA, Dario Niccodemi's ACIDALIA and IL ROMANZO DE SCAMPOLO, Luigi Pirandello's L'IMBECILLE, and Icilio Vanni's THE PHILOSOPHY OF LAW, among several others. The series includes materials arising from Livingston's research on Lorenzo da Ponte and Giovanni Francesco Busenello. The Personal series includes Livingston's passport, birth certificate, invitations, programs, financial receipts, and similar materials. The series contains photographs of prominent Italian personalities, including Ettore Cadorin, Benedetto Croce, Gabriele d'Annunzio, Giovanni Gentile, Benito Mussolini, and Giovanni Papini, as well as numberous clippings and note cards.

22 boxes, 3 galley folders, 1 oversize folder (9.16 linear feet).







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