Peter V. Cacchione papers
Papers (1944-1947) of Peter V. Cacchione (d. 1947), an Italian American New York City councilman, contain correspondence; records of his work as councilman; memoranda; and miscellany.
- Creation: 1944-1947
- Cacchione, Peter V., 1947 (Person)
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Peter V. Cacchione (d.1947) was a New York City councilman for the Borough of Brooklyn from 1942-1947. He introduced or supported legislation supporting price ceilings on rent, food, transportation and utilities. Cacchione was a supporter of city employee wage increases and the increase of state aid for New York City, and was opposed to segregation in housing, discrimination in employment, and sales taxes.
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