Foreign Press Service Photographs
from the Arthur Livingston Papers
Literary File, Photography Collection

89 items (1 box)

Acquisition: Internal transfers
Access: Open for research
Processed by: Mary Foster and Susan McClellan, 2006
RLIN Record ID: None

Table of Contents

Scope and Contents
Item List
Index of Photographers

Scope and Contents

The Foreign Press Service Literary File consists of 89 photographs, many of which are portraits of prominent Italian intellectuals of the first half of the 20th century, including Roberto Bracco, Benedetto Croce, Giovanni Gentile, Luigi Pirandello, Mario Puccini, Pier Maria Rosso di San Secondo, and Margherita Sarfatti. There are also photographs of Benito Mussolini, members of his family, and various other people associated with him, as well as views of his native town, Predappio, Italy. An index at the end of this guide lists photographers whose work is featured in this file. Further descriptions of some items are available in a card catalog in the repository.

This file forms a part of the Literary File Collection, which is comprised of photographs and albums withdrawn from the libraries and/or papers of literary figures, and generally include portraits and images collected by or of those figures.

*All are located at PH:LF:Foreign Press Service.

Item List

Accession / P No.                     Description
P1Portrait of Enrico Pea.
P2Portrait of Marco Praga.
P3A-P3B 2 variant portraits of Giuseppe Prezzolini.
P4A-P4C Portraits of Mario Puccini (P4A-P4B are variant photographic postcards, both are signed: "Mario Puccini, 1923").
P5 Portrait of Ardengo Soffici.
P6A-P6EPortraits of Pier Maria Rosso di San Secondo.
P7A-P7B Portraits of Luigi Sturzo.
P8 Portrait of André Tardieu.
P9Photographic postcard portrait of the Marchese Senatore Vilfredo Pareto.
P10 Portrait of "Senorita Niny Volio."
P11A-P11BDuplicate photographic postcard portraits of Giovanni Giolitti.
P12A-P12D Portraits of Horacio Quiroga (P12B is a photographic postcard; P12C-P12D are photographic reproductions of a drawing).
P13A-P13G2 different portraits of Miss Loschi (2 prints of 1 portrait and 5 of the other).
P14Portrait of Fausto Maria Martini.
P15Portrait of Gabriele d'Annunzio.
P16Image of "The Duchess of Gallese, wife of Gabriele d'Annunzio."
P17 View of an Italian city (Gallese?).
P18A-P18CPhotographic postcard portraits of Benito Mussolini (P18A and P18B are duplicates).
P19Photographic postcard of Mussolini's daughter (as a child) playing a violin.
P20 Group portrait of 6 men and 1 woman, all unidentified, around a table in a cafe in Predappio, Italy, Mussolini's native town.
P21 View of Predappio, Italy.
P22View of Predappio from the window of the house where Mussolini was born.
P23A-P23B, P24A-P24B, P25 Portraits of Princess Norina Matchabelli.
P26Image of Luigi Pirandello (left) and an unidentified man.
P27 Portrait of "Sig. Antonievich, Rappresentante della Yugoslavia a Roma."
P28Image of several men emerging from a building, featuring Yugoslavia's Foreign Minister Momchilo Ninchich, Serb President Nikola Pasich, and Benito Mussolini.
P29 Portrait of Momchilo Ninchich seated at a desk.
P30Portrait of Giovanni Gentile.
P31-P33, P34A-P34B, P35 Portraits of Luigi Pirandello.
P36 Photographic postcard portrait of Massimo Bontempelli.
P37Portrait of Giuseppe Antonio Borgese.
P38Portrait of Salvator Gotta.
P39 Portrait of Salvatore Bellasich.
P40 Portrait of Luigi Chiarelli.
P41Portrait of Franco Ciarlantini.
P42Portrait of Dante Dini.
P43Portrait of Ernesto Buonaiuti.
P44A-P44CPortraits of Roberto Bracco.
P45 Photographic postcard portrait of Virgilio Bondois.
P46A-P46BDuplicate prints of a portrait of Antonio Beltramelli.
P47A-P47BPortraits of Benedetto Croce.
P48 Portrait of Ercole Luigi Morselli.
P49A-P49B Portraits of Maria Melato as Circe in Morselli's Glauco.
P50Portrait of Signora Ferrario in Morselli's Glauco.
P51 Portrait of A. [Annibale?] Betrone in the title role of Morselli's Glauco.
P52Photographic postcard portrait of Dario Niccodemi.
P53 Portrait of A. Negri.
P54 Portrait of Alfredo Panzini.
P55A-P55B Portraits of Signora Margherita Sarfatti alone (P55A) and with her daughter Fiammetta (P55B).
P56 Group portrait of Signora Mussolini and her children, Edda, Vittorio and Bruno.
P57A Image of Mussolini and the mayor of Rome emerging from a building.
P57B Image of Mussolini marching with men in uniform identified by inscription on verso as "his boys."
P58A Image of boys in uniform standing at attention, identified by inscription on verso as "Fascisti boy scouts."
P58B View of a crowd of people saluting in a square; inscribed on verso: "Just a friendly visit of the Fascisti to Mussolini - who stands in the balcony of the Foreign Office."

Index of Photographers

Benassi, Giuseppe--P45
Bettini (Rome, Italy)--P2, P14
Bolognesi & Orsini:--P34A-P34B
Caminada, G.--P15, P18C, P19
Foto Bayer--P4A-P4B
Gatti, A., photographer--P27
Genthe, Arnold, 1869-1942--P23A-P23B
Hernandez hermanos--P10
Lembo, Ferdinando--P47B
Lüscher, Jacques, 1876-1956--P9
Manuel, Henri--P8
Porry Pastorel, Adolfo--P7A, P28, P35, P57A-P57B, P58A-P58B
S. F. R. A. I.--P32
Sommariva, Emilio--P37
Varischi & Artico--P33
Vettori (Bologna, Italy)--P18A-P18B
Zaccaria, G.--P25

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