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Robert. Immordino papers

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: IHRC1897


Papers (1920-1985) of Robert Immordino consist largely of materials relating to the Order Sons of Italy in America, along with a few items pertaining to Italian American organizations. Included are a ritual book of the national OSIA organization; correspondence, memoranda, Mazzini Orphanage reports, financial reports, and Mortuary Fund regulations and benefits of the state organization. Materials pertaining to local OSIA lodges include a membership certificate from Mario Rapisardi Lodge No. 1 (N.Y.), meeting minutes, dues, financial records, and mortuary fund diary sheets from OSIA Guglielmo Marconi No. 427 (N.Y.), a dues payment booklet of Nicola Nanni from Vittorio Emanuele Re D'Italia No. 1137 (N.J.), and a by-laws book of Dorothea Van Dyke McLane No. 1420 (N.J.). Also included are newspaper clippings on New Jersey OSIA lodges and one photograph of Hilda Constanzo.


  • 1920-1985


Language of Materials

English and Italian


Open for use in the Elmer L. Andersen Library reading room.


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A resident of Trenton, N.Y., Robert Immordino is a reseacher of Italian American history and a member of the American Italian Historical Association. He is on the board of director's of Dorothea's House, a social and cultural center that opened in 1914 to aid Italian immigrants in Princeton, N.J.


3 linear inches

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