Order Sons of Italy in America. Dante Alighieri Lodge Number 436 (Oswego, New York) records
Records of Order Sons of Italy in America, Dante Alighieri Lodge No. 436 (Oswego, N.Y.) consist of dues payment ledgers (1939-1954) and Mortuary Fund member certificates and data (1939-1958).
Language of Materials
Italian and English
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The Order Sons of Italy in America, Dante Alighieri Lodge No. 436 was founded in Oswego, N.Y. as Umberto I., Principe di Piedmont. It later merged with another Oswego lodge, the Cittadini Italo Americani No. 845.
3 linear inches
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