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Collection consists of photocopies of documents pertaining to the Pastorino Family history.
Papers (1931-1972) of Emilio Augusto consist of newspaper clippings and photographs pertaining to fascism in Mussolini's Italy and to the anti-fascist movement among Italian Americans; miscellaneous personal and business correspondence.
Papers (1902-1977) of Ernesto Tummolillo (1879-1916), a noted Neopolitan playwright who came to the United States in 1901 consist of photocopies of a biography written by his great grandson Gennaro Dispigno, correspondence, photographs, Neopolitan songs, a play written by Tummolillo, and newspaper clippings. Tummolillo also worked at the Ellis Island Immigration Office.
Papers of Ernesto M. Strollo consist of correspondence, banquet program booklets, newspaper clippings, a membership card, and a membership passbook of the Order Sons of Italy in America, Giuseppe Giusti No. 683 (Germantown, Pa.).
Papers (1963-1972) of Ferdinando D. Maurino, a professor of Italian at the University of Tennessee, include several of his articles on Italian and Italian American writers.
Memoirs of Fiore DiGiulio entitled "Thoughts and Memories of the Native Village: Villetta Barrea" (62 pages). Translated by Jerine DiGiulio. Included is also a copy of the original manuscript in Italian.
Records (1891-1940) of the First Italian Presbyterian Church (Chicago, Illinois) consist of minutes of the sessions.
Papers (1919-1962) of Italian American socialist Fort Velon (1893-1965) contain correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, articles, cartoons and published items. Velona's work appeared in La Parola del Popolo (Chicago), Nuovo Mundo, and La Stampa Libera. The bulk of the collection consists of originals of caricatures and cartoons dealing with domestic and international labor and politics. Issues of and clippings from La Parola del Popolo are also included.
Collection (1933-1968) of Francis X. Giaccone consists of personal papers and materials pertaining to the Order Sons of Italy in America. Personal papers consist of published articles by Giaccone, newspaper clippings,and correspondence. Order Sons of Italy in America material consists of testimonial dinner information (1948, 1968) honoring Giaccone, a souvenir booklet from the New York Grand Convention (1950), and some New York Grand Lodge correspondence (1944-1952).
Papers (1927-1972) of Fred A. Ossanna, an Italian American lawyer active in various Italian American organizations, consist largely of material pertaining to UNICO, a social and civic organization, and to the National Italian American Civic League. Photographs are included.
Papers consist of letters, postcards, and clippings sent to "L'Adunata" by Italians in the U.S., Italy, South America and elsewhere. Also included are files on several leftist newspapers, most published in Italy.
Papers (1874-1907) of Massachusetts state representative George A. Scignliano (1874-1906) consist of photocopies of newspaper clippings concerning activities of this Italian American political leader in Boston, Massacchusetts.
Papers (1901-1923) of Gino Speranza, an Italian American lawyer from New York City include correspondence relating to the Society for Protection of Italian Immigrants, reports, speeches, clippings, and statistics on Italian immigrants. Speranza served as secretary of the Society.
Papers (1915-1937) of Gioacchino Artoni (1866-1937), an Italian American labor organizer, consist primarily of newspaper clippings about him.
Papers (1904-1960) of Girolamo Valenti (1892-1958), an Italian American labor organizer, editor, and anti-fascist, include correspondence and published items, newspaper clippings on fascism, socialism, and WWI, photographs, pamphlets, cartoons and caricatures by Fort Velona, and materials pertaining to Arturo Giovannitti and New York politicians.
Papers (ca. 1933-1961) of Italian American labor leader Giuseppe D. Procopio comprise articles and clippings about his union activities. Procopio was from Calabria, Italy, born ca. 1890. He was active in the Confederazione Italo-Americano del Lavoro, the United Shoe Workers of America, Local 563 Shoe Service Union, President of International Wholesale and Department Store Union, and chairman of America Aid to Calabria after World War II.
Papers (1928-1929) of Grace Billotti Spinelli include a typescript of memoirs (in English); papers and reports relating to the International Institute, including a 1934 report relating to the foreign-born in New Jersey; text of a lecture given by Edward Corsi in 1931; and a scrapbook with clippings on Spinelli, her activities, and the YWCA.
Records (1938-1969) of the Italian Actors Union (New York, New York), a branch of the Associated Actors and Artistes of America, comprise constitution and by-laws, membership lists, correspondence, scripts, speeches and essays concerning Italian theater in New York, contracts, memoranda, financial records, materials pertaining to the Italian Recreation Center (New York), and, on microfilm only, the minutes of the Executive Council (1939-1963).
Records (1908-1925) of the Italian-American Federation of the Upper Peninsula (Calumet, Mich.) consist of applications and other forms. Also included is a small amount of correspondence; financial records; and photographs. The Federation was a mutual benefit association.
Records (1928-1969) of the Italian Evangelical Movement (Wisconsin) consist of essays, clippings, correspondence, and programs concerning the Movement and its leaders, Rev. G. Busacca, the first pastor in charge of evangelical work among Italians in Racine, Wisconsin (1914-1920), Rev. A. Germanotta, and Rev. August Giuliani.
Records (1952) of the Italian Flood Relief Committee (St. Paul, Minn.) include correspondence; minutes; and news releases. The Committee was created to raise funds for aid to Po River flood victims and was composed of representatives of St. Paul Italian organizations and Catholic Churches.
Collection consists of tape-recorded oral history interviews of over 150 Italian Americans from Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Interviews cover a broad range of topics including mining a work, business, Italian organizations, women, folklore, farming, and community life. Some of the informants are from Northern Wisconsin (especially Hurley) and southern Ontario, Canada (especially Sault Ste. Marie).
James V. Donnaruma (1874-1953) came to the United States from Italy in 1886 and settled in Boston, Massachusetts. His papers (1897-1962) consist mostly of business files relating to publication of his newspaper, Gazzetta del Massachusetts (later the Post-Gazette). Also included are correspondence with prominent Italian Americans and papers of James's son and successor Caesar L. Donnaruma.