Autograph letters signed (21), and autograph postcard signed, dated : [Castell'Arquato, July 1912], [n.p.], 3 February 1919, and [n.p., n.d.], to Tito [Ricordi], 1912 July, 1919 Feb. 2, and n.d.

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Illica, Luigi, 1857-1919. Autograph letters signed (21), and autograph postcard signed, dated : [Castell'Arquato, July 1912], [n.p.], 3 February 1919, and [n.p., n.d.], to Tito [Ricordi], 1912 July, 1919 Feb. 2, and n.d.

Autograph letters signed (21), and autograph postcard signed, dated : [Castell'Arquato, July 1912], [n.p.], 3 February 1919, and [n.p., n.d.], to Tito [Ricordi], 1912 July, 1919 Feb. 2, and n.d.

Discussing a number of business matters, mentioning Pinella Borghi, Pozza, Puccini and the "Russian subject"--"Non è con quel soggetto che Puccini troverà da fornire lacrime alle glandule lacrimatovie dei pubblici!"--, I Tre Moschettieri, Varney, Ferrier, [Illica quotes a letter from Ferrier to Puccini], La bohème, Madama Butterfly, La fanciulla del West, Fabbri, Manfredi, Renzo Sonzogno, Brüggemann, Gnecchi's Cassandra, Champfleury, Smareglia, D'Ormeville, Uberto Visconti, Toscanini, Franchetti, Giulio Ricordi, Mascagni, Gatti-Casazza, Judith, Vittadini, Nasi, Fleischmann, Rosenflutte, the fratelli Albertini, [Armando] Morlacchi, Maeterlinck, Secchi, Delle Beffe, Kaschmann, Panizza, [Wilde's] Tragedia fiorentina, etc.

22 items (61 p.) ; various sizes.

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