A journey into the historical memory of Giunti Editore. The Archive, established at the behest of Sergio Giunti, makes it possible to go back through the publisher’s history from the 19th century to today. In it are conserved the documents and publications of the various publishing houses that have become a part of the current publishing group. A collective biography composed of important names in the history of Italian publishing and cultural life such as Barbèra, Paggi, Bemporad, Marzocco, Giacomo Agnelli, Aldo Martello, and Editrice Universitaria. Their catalogues include intellectuals and essayists such as Carducci, Tommaseo, Pirandello, Collodi, Salgari, Vamba, Artusi and many others.
The Giunti Historical Archive, with its documents, historical library and iconographic collection, is open to consultation by scholars and researchers, compatibly with the demands of the publishing company’s operations. The Archive is located in one of the sections of the 13th-century Villa La Loggia in Florence, current operational headquarters of Giunti Editore.