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Levi, Ezio, 1884-1941



  • Existence: 1884 - 1941


Ezio Levi (1884-1941), Italian philologist and author; also used the name Ezio Levi D'Ancona; professor of Romance languages at the Università di Napoli and Wellesley College. Levi immigrated to the United States as a Jewish refugee during World War II, with his wife, author and illustrator Flora Aghib Levi D’Ancona, and their children.

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Ezio Levi papers

Call Number: GEN MSS 1138
Scope and Contents: The Ezio Levi Papers consist of autograph manuscript and typescript writings and notes about Italian and Spanish literature and art, with related correspondence, printed articles, and photographs, 1910s-1940s and undated; biographical information about Levi and Flora Aghib Levi D’Ancona, undated; legal documents and correspondence relating to their immigration to the United States, 1930s-1940s; other correspondence, 1910s-1949, most relating to Levi's academic career in the United States;...
Dates: 1863-1949, bulk 1910-1941