Notes:

  • The first and last names that have not been deciphered are noted as: Undecipherable first / last name. When they have been partially deciphered, they are partially noted, for example, […]chen; +…+ Wydler
  • The first and last names whose deciphering is uncertain are noted as: Uncertain deciphered first / last name
  • City and nation names, when given, have been rendered in their current forms in Italian, when they traditionally diverge from the original forms (ex., Albany, New York, Stati Uniti d’America). The names of cities always precede the names of nations.
  • All other entries have been transcribed as written; any comments, if entered, have not been translated.

Elisabeth

Gatey

Year: 1887

[Undecipherable first name]

[Undecipherable last name]

Year: 1887

Silvio

Carcano

Year: 1887

Eugenio

[Uncertain deciphered last name]

Year: 1887

Conny

Ricardi di Netro - Lomellini

Year: 1887

Livio

Moresi

Year: 1887

Chiara Maria

Visconti Pallavicini

Year: 1887

Antonio

Durini

Year: 1887

[Undecipherable first name]

dei Marchesi Cavriani di Cilavegna

Year: 1887

Paul

Breittmayer

Year: 1887

The information contained in the database has been reconstructed for reasons of historical interest starting from the guest books of the Bagatti Valsecchi house, in which visitors have spontaneously left their handwritten signatures. These books (and therefore the data they contain) date back to the period between 1886 and 1975.