Carmine Cacchiola papers
Papers of Carmine Cacchiola include ritual books of the National Office of the Order Sons of Italy in America; convention minutes, booklets, and correspondence for the OSIA New York convention; information pertaining to the OSIA New York Bene Emeritus Award Committee (1982-1986); and OSIA New York scholarship journal booklets (1968-1972). Also included are materials pertaining to OSIA New York local lodges, such as membership information, program pamphlets, and applications, financial records, and a dedication program from the New York Glen Cove No. 1016 lodge, as well as photographs of that lodge's activities (1950s-1980s). Non-OSIA materials include Alpha Phi Delta fraternity booklets, reports, bylaws, and a newsletter (1976-1988). Mainly in English; some items in Italian.
- Creation: 1920-1988
- Cacchiola, Carmine. (Person)
Language of Materials
Mainly in English; some items in Italian
Open for use in the Elmer L. Andersen Library reading room.
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Carmine Cacchiola is a founder of the Order Sons of Italy in America Glen Cove Lodge No. 106 (N.Y. State). He is active in the New York Grand Lodge and serves as the National Deputy to New Jersey. Cacchiola is a member of Alpha Phi Delta, a fraternity of Italian American men.
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