Rosemary De Nicolo papers
DESCRIPTION OF THE COLLECTION
State: - NY convention scholarship journal, 1968- NY Certificate of Appreciation awarded to Rosemary De Nicolo, 1978- NY Certificate of Membership awarded to Rosemary De Nicolo, 1981- NY ritual, n.d. Local: - NY Alessandro Manzoni Lodge #258 52nd Anniversary dinner dance program, 1966- NY Alessandro Manzoni Lodge #258A correspondence, National Foundation-March of Dimes, 1971- NY Heritage Lodge #2227 Pelhams Plaque in appreciation for outstanding work for the Order, 1970 Newsclippings: - NY Alessandro Manzoni Lodge #258A installations, charity events, and other activities, 1966–1978- NY Loggia Betsy Ross #2175 dinner dance, 1967 Photographs: - NY Alessandro Manzoni Lodge #258A installation of Venerable Rosemary De Nicolo, 1967- NY Alessandro Manzoni Lodge #258A members presenting March of Dimes with donation, 1960
- De Nicolo, Rosemary (Person)
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Rosemary De Nicolo was a founding member of the Alessandro Manzoni Ladies’ Lodge #258A in Mamaroneck, New York. After serving as Recording Secretary for a term, 1966–1967, she was elected Venerable, and held that post for a decade, 1967–1977. As Venerable she directed many local activities, including fundraising for the Order’s national birth defects charity project. De Nicolo’s father, Giuseppe Spampinato, was also a member of the Alessandro Manzoni Lodge #258. In 1936, he received a certificate of appreciation for his contributions, and later became Venerable of the local lodge.
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Materials pertaining to Rosemary De Nicolo's activities in her local OSIA Lodge, incl. correspondence, newsclippings and photographs.
Collection donated to the IHRC by Elena De Nicolo and Palma Testa of New York in 1998.
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