Catalog Record: Brevi cenni sulle sante case di Loreto e di Milano | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Brevi cenni sulle sante case di Loreto e di Milano.

Related Names: Cavagna Sangiuliani di Gualdana, Antonio conte 1843-1913, former owner.
Language(s): Italian
Published: Milano : Presso Serafino Majocchi librajo, 1863
Subjects: Mary, > Blessed Virgin, Saint > Prayers and devotions.
Santa Casa (Milan, Italy)
Santa Casa (Loreto, Italy)
Christian pilgrims and pilgrimages > Italy > Loreto.
Christian pilgrims and pilgrimages > Italy > Milan.
Note: Acquisition made accessible thanks to the generous support of the Frederick J. and Margret L. Worden Endowment.
Cavagna 49: Former shelf-mark: Cavagna 49 cop.2.
Both copies: University of Illinois bookplate on inside front cover: "From the library of Conte Antonio Cavagna Sangiuliani di Gualdana Lazelada di Bereguardo, purchased 1921."
Cavagna 08118 and Cavagna 49: Some leaves are unopened.
Signed: Giardini.
The last page is blank.
"A profitto della S. Casa di Milano."
Physical Description: 19, [1] p. ; 18 cm.
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