The Arturo Vivante collection consists of manuscripts and correspondence.
Manuscripts consist of typescript copies of various short stories by Vivante originally published in a 1967 collection titled The French Girls of Killini. Also present are copies of Vivante’s poems, ranging from 1952 to 1967. The series also includes typescript copies of various short stories and a draft of Vivante’s novel Doctor Giovanni (1969).
Correspondence includes letters from poets, art critics, and other figures ranging 1951 to 1967. Notable correspondents include Bernard Berenson, Herbert Read, Vamillo Sbarbaro, and Lionello Venturo. The series also includes a telegram from Vivante to his family from 1960, and family letters from 1952 to 1963, including a 1958 wedding announcement of Vivante and Nancy Bradish.
|1. Vivante, Arturo|
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