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Nicodemi (Giorgio) papers
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This archive consists of Professor Giorgio Nicodemi's working files of readings (preprints, printed lectures, honorary essays, etc.); photographs of artists' works (most annotated by Nicodemi); clippings; notes; small books and more ephemeral publications; and a few letters and other correspondence, often tipped into relevant publications.
Giorgio Nicodemi was an Italian museologist, essayist and art historian. He was born in Trieste on May, 29 1891 and dided in Milan on June 9, 1967. In 1919, he became a director of the Civici Musei of Brescia and of the Biblioteca Queriniana, where Nicodemi remained until 1928. In 1928, he became a director of the Civici Musei of Milan, including museums of the Castello Sforzesco. From 1928 until 1938, Nicodemi also taught art history at the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore.
11.2 linear feet (28 boxes)
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