The assets of the Historical Archive of Istituto Luigi Sturzo includes the following archives which, in line with current archive standards, are made available to the public once the suitable consultation instruments are in place.

Giovanni Battista Migliori archive (1913-1978)

The documentation regards the activiry of Migliori, a politician from Milan, a member of the Italian People’s Party and Democrazia Cristiana after World War II.

Sergio Paronetto archive (1936-1945)

The papers offer valuable insight into the preparation, observations and criticisms, drafts and final versions of the volume written by the politician from Lombardy and published in April 1945, under the title Per la comunità cristiana. Principi dell’ordinamento sociale (To the Christian community. Principles of social order), better known as the Codice di Camaldoli.

Flaminio Piccoli archive (1960-2000)

The archive contains correspondence, works, notes, articles, reports, interviews, declarations related to the political and journalistic activity of Flaminio Piccoli, born in Trento, from 1964 until his death.

Giulio Rodinò archive (1889-1950)

In addition to the rich correspondence with figures from the world of politics and culture with whom the politician from Naples enjoyed political and professional ties and friendships, this archive reflects his many activities starting early in the century. In particular, it illustrates the activity of politicians and the government during the post-war reconstruction years.

Mario Vittorio Rossi archive (1952-1953)

The documentation regards Rossi’s two years as Chairman of Gioventù di Azione Cattolica (Italian Catholic Youth Society).


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