Archivio Storico del comune di Firenze

by Jean Marie Carey on May 3, 2012

Via dell’Oriuolo, 33-35
50122 Florence
T) +39-055-2616527

Visiting Hours:
Monday 9:00 – 15:30; Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday: 9:00 – 18:00; Friday: 9:00 – 15:30

Resources Offered:
The archives contain over 35,000 archives and 47,500 drawings dating from 1782-1960. More information about the archives’ numerous collections can be found here. Once registered and approved, patrons can search the archive’s original collections and request documents from the staff. More information about searching the archives can be found here.
The library has over 8000 books, pamphlets and periodicals, institutional documents, a legal collection. The library’s collection  is searchable online, here.

For students, training in archival conservation is also offered in partnership with the University of Florence.

Terms of Access:
The library organizes limited tours for tourists, primary/secondary schools, and universities. Requests for further access than that must be requested in person, in a written letter to the Cultural Director, stating the duration of the research and details of the project.

Reproduction services/policies:
Patrons must get approved by the library Director before reproducing items, and supply their own CDs, DVDs, and/or USB devices. If the library can’t assist with reproducing or copying items, photography is permissible.

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