Caesar L. Donnaruma papers
Papers (1928-1974) of Caesar L. Donnaruma (1900- ) consist mostly of records and correspondence relating to publication of the Italian American newspaper La Gazzetta del Massachusetts (later the Post-Gazette). Of special interest is correspondence with political figures, including John F. Kennedy.
- Donnaruma, Caesar L., b. , 1900 (Person)
Language of Materials
English and Italian
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Caesar L. Donnaruma (1900- ) was born in Boston, Massachusetts, son of James V. and Florence Donnaruma. Caesar began his apprenticeship in journalism with his father's Italian language newspaper La Gazzetta del Massachusetts and after his father's death in 1953 became its publisher. The paper's name was later changed to Post-Gazette and its language to English. Donnaruma retired in 1971.
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A related collection at the IHRC is the Papers of James V. Donnaruma.
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- Italian American editors. Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Italian American newspapers. Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Italian Americans -- Massachusetts. Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Publishers and publishing -- Massachusetts -- Boston. Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
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