Historical Archive of Assicurazioni Generali

[vc_row bottom_padding="40" bg_position="left top"][vc_column width="1/1"][vc_column_text]Directors' signatures on the first shareholders list (Trieste, April 24 1832)The Historical Archive of Assicurazioni Generali is staffed by an internal team of specialized archivists and preserves the documents created or acquired by the Central Head Office of Trieste during its activity and includes a wide variety of papers, ranging from the minutes of governing bodies’ meetings to the paperwork of the various internal departments, from 1831, the year the Company was established, to the end of the 20th Century. Assicurazioni Generali headquarters - Geiringer Building (Trieste, [1925-1928]) / ph. Duccio ZennaroAfter a wide-ranging preliminary survey, the original order of documents, series and fonds is being restored to a great extent and papers are thus available to users thorough proper IT tools (searchable databases), reports, guides and digital reproductions. Fire insurance policy (Rome, 1921) / ph. Duccio Zennaro The 19th Century: the archive houses complete rearranged collections of: deeds of incorporation, articles of association, financial reports, minutes of governing bodies’ meetings, accounting books, the Central Secretariat correspondence since 1879, the Venetian Head Office circulars since 1884. It also contains other isolated but significant records, such as collections of life and non-life policies, agency mandates, government licenses for operation in foreign countries, photographic albums as well as manuscripts of prominent Company leaders. The 20th Century: the volume of documents from the 1900s is far larger than that of the 1800s. Complete series include – in addition to the papers required by law, such as the minutes of the governing bodies’ meetings and accounting books – senior managers’ correspondence, the technical papers of various Central Head Office departments (Life, Non-Life, Personnel, Foreign Business Office, Central Secretariat, Central Accounting, Real Estate, Legal Affairs, the Representative Office in Rome) and an ample collection of advertising material.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"][minti_headline type="h6" weight="fontweight-700" align="align-left" margin="0 0 10px 0"]IN BRIEF[/minti_headline][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"][minti_unordered_list style="point" color="accent" padding_left="0px" show_separator="no"]
  • Fire insurance metal plaque affixed to buildings (XIX century)Approx. 65,000 items (boxes, folders, registers, loose documents, etc.) covering an area of 15 linear kilometers of shelving;
  • Approx. 3,000 fully digitized and searchable volumes (accounting books, minutes of governing bodies’ meetings, articles of association and financial statements, together with a rich collection of loose photographs, photo albums and historical printed material);
  • 56 fonds;
  • 24 archives of single departments under the Central Head Office of Trieste;
  • Numerous related archives (of agencies and companies not directly dependent Advertising brochure for the celebration of the 120th anniversary / ph. Duccio Zennaroupon the Trieste Central Head Office), as well as fonds of the Chairman’s Office, the Head Offices of Venice and Milan, and the Anonime Grandine e Infortuni (the companies that provided insurance cover against damage from hail and accidents).
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