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Carl Aldo Marzani Papers [1890]-1994,

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Carl Marzani (1912-1994)was an Italian-American immigrant radical and briefly a Communist Party, USA organizer on New York City's Lower East Side. He served in the Office of Strategic Services during World War II and briefly thereafter in the State Department. He was also a political documentary filmmaker, the author of six books and numerous articles, and as an editor and publisher, first translated and published
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Genre/Form: Clippings (information artifacts)
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Named Person: Herbert Aptheker; Calvin Benham Baldwin; Cedric Belfrage; Alvah Cecil Bessie; H J Biberman; Harry Bridges; Edwin Berry Burgum; Angus Cameron; W E B Du Bois; Barrows Dunham; Howard Fast; Royal W France; Stefan Heym; Albert Eugene Kahn; Ring Lardner, Jr.; Doris Lessing; Walter Lowenfels; Albert Maltz; Carl Marzani; Carey McWilliams; A J Muste; Truman John Nelson; George Orwell; Victor Perlo; Edwin Burritt Smith; Edgar Snow; Joseph R Starobin; Anna Louise Strong; Henry Frederick Ward; Ella Winter
Document Type: Archival Material
OCLC Number: 614067318
Notes: Materials Separated from the Resource: Eighteen audiocassette interviews, conducted in Italy in Italian for Marzani's book The Promise of Eurocommunism, have been been separated to the Library's Oral History collections, as collection# NS42.
Description: 18.5 linear feet (38 boxes)
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Carl Marzani (1912-1994)was an Italian-American immigrant radical and briefly a Communist Party, USA organizer on New York City's Lower East Side. He served in the Office of Strategic Services during World War II and briefly thereafter in the State Department. He was also a political documentary filmmaker, the author of six books and numerous articles, and as an editor and publisher, first translated and published portions of the work of the Italian Marxist, Antonio Gramsci. Marzani served almost ...

The papers principally contain personal, political, and business correspondence and writings, and are organized into seven series: I. Biographical: Childhood & Youth; II. Trial/Prison Papers; III. Correspondence; IV. Writings; V. Political Activities; VI. Publishing: Cameron Associates, Marzani & Munsell; VII. Addendum. Eighteen audiocassette interviews, conducted in Italy in Italian for Marzani's book The Promise of Eurocommunism, have been been separated to the Library's Oral History collections, ...

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