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In the photograph, a page from the letter written by Gabriele D'Annunzio to Guido Salvini in 1936. The letter is kept in the MBA archive which now has over seventy collections largely notified by the Liguria Archives Superintendency as being of particular historical interest. There are more than 72,000 autographs, 69,000 photographs, 1,300 scripts, 4,000 drawings, including stage sketches, figurines and caricatures, about 62,000 press cuttings, administrative and other documentation. The archive documents the history of Italian theater starting from the nineteenth-century sources of Adelaide Ristori, Tommaso Salvini and Ernesto Rossi up to the days. The list of funds can be consulted on the page of the institutional website https://www.museoattore.it/attivita/ archive.