Correspondence, speeches and writings, notes, research material, and conference papers, relating to historiography, and to
various aspects of the political, cultural, intellectual, diplomatic and military history of Europe, and especially of Italy
and Germany, from the Renaissance to the twentieth century.
Felix Gilbert (1905 – 1991) was a German-born American historian, educator, and author who wrote on Renaissance Italy, 18th-century
North America and Europe of the last century of early modern and modern Europe.
72 manuscript boxes
(30.0 linear feet)
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