Rose Ciresi papers
Papers (Ca. 1930-1976) of Rose Ciresi contain numerous newspaper clippings on Holy Redeemer Church in St. Paul, Minn.; and correspondence, newspaper clippings, and programs from the Columbus Memorial Association of St. Paul, Inc. (St. Paul, Minn.).
- Creation: 1930-1976
- Ciresi, Rose, 1908-1988 (Person)
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Rose Ciresi, an Italian American residing in St. Paul, Minn., was active in many organizations, and particularly in local activities connected with the Catholic Church. She was instrumental in making Columbus Day a state holiday in Minnesota, and was active in the Columbus Memorial Association of St. Paul, Inc. Other activities included membership in the Summer School of Catholic Action and Holy Redeemer, St. Paul Archdiocesan Sodality Council.
5 linear inches
Collection acquired from Rose Ciresi of St. Paul, Minnesota in 1984.
Two related collections at IHRC are the records of Columbus Memorial Association of St. Paul, Inc. (St. Paul, Minnesota); and the papers of Msgr. Louis F. Pioletti.
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