Order Sons of Italy in America, Fede e Amore Lodge No. 1505 (Southington, Connecticut) records
Records (1936-1969) of Order of Sons of Italy in America, Fede e Amore Lodge #1505 (Southington, Conn.) consist of a minute book.
Language of Materials
Italian and English
Open for use in the Elmer L. Andersen Library reading room.
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The Order Sons of Italy in America, Fede e Amore Lodge No. 1505 was founded as a women's lodge in Southington, CT, in 1928. In 1971, it merged with Cesare Battisti Lodge No. 622, a man's lodge, and became Southington Lodge No. 622.
2 linear inches
- Italian Americans -- Connecticut -- Southington -- Societies, etc. Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Inventory of the Order Sons of Italy in America, Fede e Amore Lodge No. 1505 (Southington, Connecticut) records.
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