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Records of the Order Sons of Italy in America, Uguaglianza Lodge No. 83 (Bronx, N.Y.) consist of minutes 91937-1972), financial records 91921-1982), dues payment ledgers (1963-1981), register of loans (1947-1970), correspondence (1966-1973), and booklets of the annual dinner-dance (1963-1983). Also included are the New York Grand Lodge by-laws book (1922), ritual book 91915), and the equivalent numbers from the Sons of Italy Grand Lodge, Inc. (1933).
Records of OSIA Venezia Lodge No. 374 (Rockland, Mass.) consist of materials pertaining to the Massachusetts Grand Convention (1927), correspondence and forms of the Grand Lodge, and reports of the Massachusetts Grand Financial secretary. Records of the Lodge consist of check stubs (1936-1937).
Collection consists of correspondence, pamphlets, newspaper clippings and other materials pertaining to Italian American labor and community activists, also to the Sacco-Vanzetti case. In 1967, Oreste Fabrizi served as sponsor of the Sacco/Vanzetti Commemoration Committee in Boston, Massachusetts.
Correspondence, convention programs and artifacts documenting history of several local OSIA Lodges in New York.
Regina and Roy D'Ariano were Italian American authors who came to the United States in 1912. Papers (1938-1970) consist of manuscripts of three short stories and books written by the D'Arianos. They include "La Piccola Cantatrice"; "David and Ruth"; and "The Princess Under Seven Veils".
Papers (1912-1965) of Italian American lawyer Robert Ferrari (b. 1886) include correspondence; drafts of his autobiography; articles on law; and other works and miscellaneous maps, tourist brochures, and travel guides pertaining to Italy and the United States. Autobiography available also on microfilm.
Photocopies of published materials pertaining to the Italians in Milwaukee, pamphlets by the local Italian organizations, newspaper clippings, draft of a research paper by RT - Their Absence fills the World, included are also photographs. A significant portion of the materials pertain to the Monferrini immigrants and their descendants (from the Monferrato region of Piedmont, Alessandria Province, Italy).
Collection consists of autobiography, plays, poetry, music, flyers, newspaper clippings, and publications.
Family history documentation pertaining to Francesco (1900-1980) and Giovanna (1906-1988) Foti. Includes genealogical charts, photographs, correspondence, newspaper clippings, personal documents and narrative by Romilda Foti.News clippings and a commemmorative publication pertaining to the translatlantic flight of the Italian aviator Italo Balbo in 1933. Included are also copies of selected Italian American periodicals (post-9/11/01) issues, and sheet music.
Papers (1956-1974) of Rose Grieco consist of a typescript of her comedy "Anthony on Overtime," and several published articles on Italians and Italian American themes, as well as clippings about her.
Materials pertaining to Rosemary De Nicolo's activities in her local OSIA Lodge, incl. correspondence, newsclippings and photographs.
Papers (1926-1938) of Roy Crescenzo consist of an affadavit and a copy of protest against Italy's treatment of the Jews. Crescenzo lived in Duluth, Minnesota, where he was a member of Duluth Local Lodge Principe Ereditario Umberto II No. 992, Order Sons of Italy in America.
Personal and professional papers of Rudolph J. Vecoli pertain significantly to the American Italian Historical Association. Also included are filed on ethnic organization, institutions and conference. Mainly in English. Also contains files pertaining to Vecoli's involvement in the American Italian Historical Association (AIHA) and the AIHA Stella Del Nord Chapter. Also includes material related to preparation of the Harvard Encyclopaedia of American Ethnic Groups.
Papers (1956) of Teresa Esposito include clippings and brochures pertaining to the Cassino Orphanage (Italy) and to a cruise to Italy; photographs of the Cassino Orphanage dedication, and OSIA members on the cruise; a button and ribbon, and stamps.
Papers (1927-1960) of Umberto Lucarini (1892-1965), an Italian American who organized the Madera (California) Consumers Cooperative, comprise records of the Cooperative; pamphlets and bulletins written by Lucarini; personal correspondence; travel diaries; miscellany; and clippings about Albert Einstein. The records of the Cooperative reflect internal dissension within the organization.
Records (1912-1935) of the Unity, Nobility and Ambition Society (Brooklyn, New York), a cultural organization founded in 1929, consist of a scrapbook of clippings, contracts, tickets, programs, essays, and issues of its publication, "Nik Naks."
La Capria's papers (1952-1971) contain correspondence; newspaper clippings; photographs; and speeches.
Papers (1927-1964) of Vincenzo de Lalla (b.1883) consist of correspondence with the Italian American poets and authors Arturo Giovannitti; Nino Caradonna; Cesare Crespi; Onorio Ruotola; and others. Many of the letters contain comments on literary works and discussions of political events. In the Ruotolo and Crespi folders, requests for financial support from de Lalla and expressions of gratitude for his support are important themes. Also included are six poems by de Lalla.