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Papers (1912-1976) of Nicola Berardinelli (1892- ), an Italian American composer, conductor, operatic baritone, voice teacher, and author, who came to the United States in 1910, consist of photographs; sheet music; playbills; programs; and newspaper clippings; Most materials pertain to Berardinelli's activities in Chicago, New York, and Denver.
Papers (1911-1980) of Nino Caradonna (1898-1980), a well-known Italian American poet, consist of correspondence; manuscripts; and miscellaneous papers. Correspondents include many Italian American writers and community leaders.
The Order Sons of Italy in America, Blue Island Lodge No. 1659 (Blue Island, Ill.) was founded in 1933. Records include a minute book (1937-1976), a booklet titled "The History of Saint Donatus Parish" (1981), and photographs and other information pertaining to the Lodge.
Records (1918-1986) of the Order Sons of Italy in America, C. Colombo-C. Battista Lodge No. 861 (Mich.) include lodge minutes (1918-1932, 1947-1957), financial records (1953-1975), booklets of annual Columbus Day dances, miscellaneous copies of the Lodge newsletter, Il Messagero, and newsletters of other local lodges. Also included are Supreme and Grand Lodge correpsondence and Grand Council and Grand Convention minutes (1981-1986), as well as Michigan, Connecticut, and Ohio by-laws.
Order Sons of Italy in America, Christopher Columbus Lodge No. 1199 (Charleston, West Virginia) records
The Order Sons of Italy in America, Christopher Columbus Lodge No. 1199 (Charleston, W.V.) was founded in 1923. Records consist of membership applications (1922-1971), dues payment ledgers (1943-1977), financial and banking records (1933-1977), Mortuary Fund membership cards (1934-1977), minutes of the House Committee, lodge meeting minutes (1926-1949, 1962-1977), individual insurance policies, correspondence, and Grand Convention records (1951-1977).
Records of Order Sons of Italy in America, Dante Alighieri Lodge No. 436 (Oswego, N.Y.) consist of dues payment ledgers (1939-1954) and Mortuary Fund member certificates and data (1939-1958).
Records (1936-1969) of Order of Sons of Italy in America, Fede e Amore Lodge #1505 (Southington, Conn.) consist of a minute book.
The OSIA Gorizia Lodge No. 704 was charted in 1917 in North Adams, Mass. In 1969, it merged into North Adams Lodge No. 1417. The collection consists of meeting minutes from 1925 to 1963.
Order Sons of Italy in America, Guglielmo Marconi Lodge No. 1140 (Clarksburg, West Virginia) records
The Order Sons of Italy in America, Guglielmo Marconi Lodge No. 1140 (Clarksburg, W.V.) was founded in 1922. Re cords comprise mortuary fund applications (1930-1948), membership applications 91953-1961), bylaws booklets, financial receipt books, individual insurance policies, and correspondence along with brochures from the West Virginia Labor Federation and AFL-CIO.
Records (1939-1966) of the Order Sons of Italy in America, Hartford Lodge No. 333 (Conn.) consist of a minute book (1939-1949), a certificate citing the lodge for attaining its membership quota (1966), a 1940 edition of the by-laws booklet, information on the OSIA National Home drive (1950s), several decals, two cloth banners, and a canvas banner.
Order Sons of Italy in America, Maria Cristina Di Savoia Lodge No. 1752 (Kankakee, Illinois) records
Records of the OSIA Michigan Grand Lodge consist of the constitution and by-laws, general laws, press releases, correspondence, convention minutes and booklets (1981-1987), council minutes (1981-1987), and committee chairs (1987).
The Order Sons of Italy in America, Monmouth County-Mt. Carmel Lodge No. 1215 (N.J.) was founded in Asbury Park in 1923, expanded to include Mt. Carmel in 1927, and expanded again in 1985 to include Monmouth County, N.J. Records include building certificates, a financial ledger (1956-1967), membership roster (1985), by-laws, souvenir booklets, miscellaneous certificates, photographs.
Records of the OSIA Tacoma Lodge No. 1175 consist of meeting minutes.