Asilo "Vittorio Veneto" per gli Orfani dei Caduto in Guerra

Firenze: Tip. Barbera, Alfani e Venturi, 1922.

Softcover. Very good. 6.75 x 9.25 in., 32 pp, in photographically illustrated wrappers, with 11 half-tone illustrations in the text. Light dust soiling, wear to spine ends; very good. Describes the work of an asylum for war orphans opened in 1921 by the Florentine branch of the Associazione Nazionale Mutilati e Combattenti--an organization formed in the aftermath of World War I to assist those disabled or mutilated during the war. Illustrations show some of the facilities and groups of orphans (who received education, work experience, and recreational opportunities), and the final pages list individual and organizational donors to the institution. Not found in OCLC.

Item #20620

Price: $125.00

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