John Aloysius Vannelli papers
Papers reflect Vannelli's avocation as a historian and collector of Italian Americana. Included are newspaper clippings pertaining to Italian American history, especially in Minnesota; annual reports, programs, and miscellany from Holy Redeemer Parish (St. Paul, MN); notebooks, including a biography of Vannelli's parents; a biography of Monsignor Louis Pioletti, poetry and historical research notes on the Italians in Minnesota; and a small quantity of personal material.
- Vannelli, John Aloysius (Person)
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Vannelli grew up in St. Paul, MN, and Scranton, PA. He was employed at the Zinsmaster Bakery in St. Paul and served in various union activities. In 1949, he became vice-president of the Bakers' Union. After retirement, he became a member of the Senior Citizens League and an active member of Stella del Nord chapter of the American Italian Historical Association.
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Collection acquired from John Vannelli of St. Paul, Minnesota in 1976 -1990. It was processed and described by Oana Capatina in 2017.
Louis F. Pioletti Papers (IHRC2083); Holy Redeemer Church Collection (IHRC445); Nicolo C. Odone Papers (IHRC1710); Rose Ciresi Papers (IHRC451).
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