Spogli Mario Mattei, ca. 1820-1870.


Spogli Mario Mattei, ca. 1820-1870.

Records in the four buste pertain to the Congregatio de Buon Governo, the Tesoreria Generale, the Segretario di Stato per gli Affari Interni, the Censo, the Datary, the Concilio, and the administration of the Capitolo di S. Pietro.

4 buste.


SNAC Resource ID: 6837919

Bentley Historical Library

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