Anti-fascist movements -- United States.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Papers (1933-1973) of Alberto Cupelli (b. 1905), an Italian American journalist and consular agent, consist mainly of correspondence and newspaper clippings relating to his role as the Italian consular agent in New Haven, Connecticut and to his involvement in the Italian anti-fascist movement. Correspondents include Walter Toscanini and clippings about his father, Arturo Toscanini. Correspondence relates to, among others, Angelo Guidi-Flavio; Luigi Giovanolo; John Santangelo; Mario Einaudi; ...
Overview Papers (1927-1961) of Domenico Saudino consists of publications, books, essays, and newspaper articles, many of them in manuscript form. Also included are a diary of a trip to Europe (1957-1957), a typescript of a work on American fascism, and miscellany.
Overview Papers (1931-1972) of Emilio Augusto consist of newspaper clippings and photographs pertaining to fascism in Mussolini's Italy and to the anti-fascist movement among Italian Americans; miscellaneous personal and business correspondence.
Overview Papers (1910-1965) of Francesco Pitea consist of manuscripts and typescripts of his poetry. Pitea worked in Paterson, New Jersey, textile mills. Much of his poetry takes the form of political satire, and was published in La Scopa and other anti-fascist publications. Also photocopied manuscripts and photos along with a biographical sketch written by Pitea's son, Joseph.
Overview Papers (1926-1973) of Fred Celli consist of personal corresondence; and correspondence, minutes, reports, miscellany, and publications of socialist and anti-Fascist organizations. Among organizations represented are the Italian Socialist Federation; the Socialist Party of the United States of America, Italian Section; the Matteotti League; the Mazzini Society; the Fratellanza Italo-Americana, Abraham Lincoln, New York; Italian American publishing companies, and the International Workers Order.
Overview Papers (1934-1969) of George Lancelot Quilici (1897-1969) consist of briefs and newspaper clippings on Cook County (Chicago) election fraud cases, materials pertaining to his election campaigns, controversial cases, anti-fascist activities, work on civil rights, publications, and miscellany, including travel material and biographical information. Included are materials of the National Lawyers Guild, news releases, newspaper clippings, and publications by and about the House UnAmerican ...
Overview Papers (1895-1976) of Vincent Massari (1898-1976) include biographical materials, correspondence relating to his civic activities, his travel agency, his work as a legislator, the Columbian Federation, L'Unione, the Ludlow Massacre of 1919, his work as a notary public, scrapbooks, and newspaper clippings. Correspondents include Frank Mancini, Giovanni Massari, Gaetano Venditti, Zopita Valentini, Ettore Chiariglione, Egidio Clemente, Girolamo Valenti, Carmelo Zito, Alberto Tarchiani, and and ...