La nascita del Fogg Museum di Harvard attraverso la corrispondenza Forbes-Berenson (1915-1928)
The article examines the letters sent from Edward Waldo Forbes (1873-1969), first director of the Fogg Art
Museum, to Bernard Berenson (1865-1959), which testify the phases of the Harvard Museum birth. In particular the author analyzes the years between 1914, when the correspondance began, and 1928, when
the new building of Quincey Street built by Forbes finally opened. The correspondance also proves the first move made by Berenson to assure that the donation of Villa I Tatti would be accepted by Harvard.