Fencing class at Caroline Leonetti's, 1948
Supplementary material reads: "Frank Menke's American Encyclopedia of Sports writes: 'Aldo Nadi is the greatest fencer of modern times'. The legend under his picture in the 1947 Encyclopedia Britannica reads: 'Aldo Nadi, one of the greatest swordsmen of all time'. An editorial in the sports pages of The New York Herald Tribune read: 'Aldo Nadi stands out above the fencers of the world as Bill Tilden once ruled tennis. His position at the top has never been questioned, for he is a man whose skill makes him invincible and whose method is perfection. Many believe him to be the greatest fencer who ever lived'".