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A collection of Millo Farneti’s poetry, writings, correspondence, financial papers, and other personal documents.
Millo (Milo) Farneti was born on July 30, 1921 in Frontenac, Kansas to Ezio and Albina Farneti. He graduated from the University of Kansas in 1948, and found work with the Associated Press. Farneti worked for the AP in Kansas City, New York, and Korea-Japan during the Korean War. From 1955 to 1960, Farneti did freelance work in Kansas City until he was hired by McGraw-Hill. Farneti worked in New York and Italy for 20 years for McGraw-Hill, the NY Journal of Commerce, Time-Life, NY Herald Tribune, and other publications, writing mostly business and financial pieces. In 1980, Farneti returned to Frontenac. Millo Farneti also wrote and published poetry. His poetry has a wide range of topics from war to local happenings, inspired from real events or stories. Millo Farneti passed away in February of 2004.
Business and Industry, Languages and Literature, Military and War
Arts and Humanities | Business
Size of Collection
14 linear feet
Dates of Collection
SpC MS 0280
Special Collections, Leonard H. Axe Library, "Farneti, Millo, Collection, 1913-1995" (2021). Finding Aids. 293.