Archivio G. Gentile (Personal files), ca. 1925-1943.

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Archivio G. Gentile (Personal files), ca. 1925-1943.

346 items of correspondence to and from scientists. 59 documents related to Gentile's activities as president of the Domus Galilaeana in Pisa, and as vice-president of the Università Bocconi in Milano, including manuscripts, clippings, letters re: institutional matters, reports, etc.

346 letters, 59 documents.

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