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Luce e Ombra (Light and Shade) (Journal)

Luce e Ombra (Light and Shade) (Journal)

The principal Italian Spiritualist monthly, founded in 1900. It was edited by Angelo Marzorati until his death in autumn 1931. The title was changed in January 1932 to La Ricerca Psichica (Psychic Review), with a transfer of editorial offices from Rome to Milan. Up until 1999 Luce e Ombra was published quarterly by dell'Associazione Archivio di Documentazione Storica della Ricerca Psichica. However, in 1999 it became the official organ of the Foundazione Bibloteca Bozzano-De Boni after the fusion between the Archivio and the Foundation. Address: Piazza Azzarita, 5-40122, Bologna, Italia.

Sources:

Berger, Arthur S., and Joyce Berger. The Encyclopedia of Parapsychology and Psychical Research. New York: Paragon House, 1991.

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