Autograph letters signed (9), dated : [Venice, 24 November 1900], Genoa, 14 November 1911, [Castell'Arquato, 29 April 1912], and [n.p., n.d.], to Giulio Ricordi, [1900 Nov. 24], 1911 Nov. 14, [1912 Apr. 29], and n.d.].

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Illica, Luigi, 1857-1919. Autograph letters signed (9), dated : [Venice, 24 November 1900], Genoa, 14 November 1911, [Castell'Arquato, 29 April 1912], and [n.p., n.d.], to Giulio Ricordi, [1900 Nov. 24], 1911 Nov. 14, [1912 Apr. 29], and n.d.].

Autograph letters signed (9), dated : [Venice, 24 November 1900], Genoa, 14 November 1911, [Castell'Arquato, 29 April 1912], and [n.p., n.d.], to Giulio Ricordi, [1900 Nov. 24], 1911 Nov. 14, [1912 Apr. 29], and n.d.].

Mostly of a social and personal nature, discussing money and the conditions of contracts, mentioning Verdi, Campanari, Franchetti, Boito, Sonzogno, Mascagni, D'Annunzio, Puccini and Adolphe, Giacosa, Respighi--"Una specie di Strauss-De-Bussy"--, Wagner, etc.

9 items (40 p., with one envelope and one integral address leaf) ; various sizes.

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