Papers, 1914-1945.


Papers, 1914-1945.

Notes by Bellamann and correspondence concerning his interest in Dante and his translations of Dante's texts. Included are volumes containing an index to Bellamann's Dante collection and a collection of drawings and designs illustrative of the architectural plans and measurements of Dante's Divine Comedy. Subjects mentioned in the correspondence include translations and editions of Dante's poetry by Paget Toynbee of England and Henry Johnson of Brunswick, Maine.

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