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Leonardo Olschki papers, 1924-1987, undated

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Finding aid for the Leonardo Olschki papers, 1924-1987, undated
Series III. Research materials and manuscripts, 1924-1982, undated 3.4 linear feet (4 boxes)
Series contains lectures, notes, transcriptions, clippings, articles, and manuscripts for writing projects. Several research materials relate to Olschki's book Marco Polo in Asia including 2 microfilm rolls.
Arrangement note
Arranged topically with miscellaneous articles and general bibliographic materials at the end.
Archivum Romanicum, 1924-1935
Box Folder
3 1 "Male cançun," 1924
3 2 "Ci falt la geste que Turoldus declinet," 1935
3 3 Dante e l'Oriente notes, 1938
3 4 Notes on the work by Herman Pérez de Olivás, circa 1943
Research materials on Bishops of Ferrara, 1959
Box Folder
3 5 General
Box Folder
15* 4 Oversize
Box Folder
3 6 The Old Man of the Mountain, undated
Notes, manuscript
3 7 Abhinavagupta, 1956
3 8 Tervagant, 1959
Marvels of the West, 1959
Box Folder
3 9 Manuscripts and essays
3 10 Correspondence and notes on American Oriental Society
3 11 Partial typescript
3 12 American Oriental Society, Seattle Symposium, 1959
Manuscripts of paper presented and correspondence.
3 13 Preface for Songs for Exercise, 1959
Preface in English, German, Italian for book by Shih-Hsiang Chen
Marco Polo's Asia, 1954-1981, undated
Chinese Poetry, undated
Box Folder
3 14 Photocopies of transcriptions
Three pages of Chinese characters, four pages Italian text.
Box
17 Microfilm rolls
Box Folder
3 15 Mongolian names, 1960
3 16 Mongol culture, undated
Miscellaneous notes.
3 17 Research articles, 1952-1954, undated
"Der Throntabernakel: Aus der 300 jährigen Geschichte eines Herrschersymbols" by Professor A. Alföldi, Bern, pages 76-86; L'Italia che scrive, October 1954 (whole issue).
Graphic materials, undated
Box Folder
3 18 Book cover and indices
Box Folder
15* 6 Proofs, figures 1 to 9
L'Asia di Marco Polo illustrations, undated
Box Folder
3 19 Black-and-white photographs and notes
Box Folder
16 2 Negatives
Box Folder
3 20 English translation, undated
Photocopy of the translated manuscript; book cover; text for the illustration; notes.
3 21 Addenda, corrections, related correspondence, 1962-1963
3 22-23 Reviews and criticisms, 1954-1961
Clippings, typewritten copies of articles.
3 24 Papers about the film, 1961
Notes, clippings, correspondence.
3 25 Papers about the television miniseries, 1981
Clippings.
3 26 L'Etna nelle Tradizioni orientali del medio evo, 1959-1960
Multiple manuscripts, notes.
3 27 Mongolian names, 1960
The Grail castle and its mysteries, 1951-1961
Box Folder
3 28 "L'Enigma del Pescatore," 1951-1961
Notes, manuscripts, book circulation slips, clippings.
Box Folder
4 1 "Castle of the Fisher King and Its Mysteries," 1961
Typewritten manuscripts, notes, appendix, proof copy of the publication.
4 2 L'Italia e il Suo Genio, 1964, undated
Photographs, inventory, correspondence.
4 3 Articles regarding presence of Middle Eastern culture in the Far East, 1938, 1960s, 1980s
4 4 Chinese Emperors Bosait and Calet, undated
Latin documents with transcriptions from circa 1325.
4 5 Miscellaneous articles and clippings, 1945-1960
4 6 General bibliographic annotations, circa 1957
4 7-9 Issues of various periodicals and offprints, 1942-1982
Articles by Olschki in Comparative literature, The Saturday review, The Romanic review, and Il pensiero politico. Offprints with articles by others from La revue des arts and Bulletin de l'Institut royal du patrimoine artistique. Issues of The American way, School and society, Simiolus, and New Mexico. Prospectus for the journal Ceramics.


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