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The papers include correspondence and documentation related to the rescue of the Florentine cultural heritage damaged by the 1966 flood.
Notes, manuscripts, clippings and published articles relating to the research interests of Giorgio Castelfranco, Italian Art Historian and officer of the Italian Fine Arts administration.
Incoming letters to Kenneth Clark and his wife Jane, with occasional carbon copies of Clark's responses and partial diary from 1934.
Papers from the Palazzo Pitti office of the American Committee to Rescue Italian Art (CRIA), founded to restore cultural heritage damaged by the 1966 Florentine flood, include correspondence, reports, invoices, and photographs related to the organization’s activities.
Papers from the I Tatti office of the American Committee to Rescue Italian Art (CRIA), founded to restore cultural heritage damaged by the 1966 Florentine flood, include correspondence, reports, and photographs related to the organization's activities.
Notes and drafts for writings, correspondence, and clippings by Frederick Hartt.
Photographs, correspondence, notes, and other records. Most photos were sent to Frederick Mason Perkins by collectors and art dealers and they reproduce Italian art.
The collection includes the correspondence of Bernard Berenson and others in the circle of Berenson's friends and close associates to William Mostyn-Owen during his stay at I Tatti and after. It also includes some papers regarding I Tatti and Berenson.
Correspondence, writings, photographs and other personal and professional papers of Laurance Roberts and his wife Isabel M. Spaulding. Laurance, Orientalist and museum curator; Assistant Curator of Chinese Art, Brooklyn Museum 1934-1938; Director, 1938-1942; Director American Academy in Rome, 1946-1960; married 1937 Isabel Spaulding (Director, Brooklyn Museum, 1943-1946).