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The Eugene Costa Order Sons of Italy in America collection (1973-1974) consists of letters, Costa's Grand Venerable report to the 1974 West Virginia Grand Convention, and a 1973 legal document authorizing a corporation to lease space in the OSIA Christopher Columbus Lodge No. 1199 (Charleston, W.V.) hall.
Papers of Felix Forte include biographical sketches, a speech entitled "What Makes America Tick," and 1947 convention materials from the Order Sons of Italy in America, including a telegram from President Truman.
Papers (1930-1960) of Fortune Gallo (1878-1970), founder and director of the San Carlo Opera Company, consist of his "personal" books, and programs and newspaper clippings and opera directories describing the work of the Company.
The Franca Tognotti-Martin Order Sons of Italy in America collection (1965-1987) consists of West Virginia Grand Lodge correspondence (1971-1985), Grand Convention materials (1965-1987), local lodge correspondence, newsletters, and lists of officer and members (1967-1986). Also included are a Supreme Lodge directory, several financial reports and a Public Relations Commission Report (1981-1982), along with a booklet and poster fromthe 1983 West Virginia Italian Heritage Festival.
Family history compilation entitled "The Carlo Francone - Caterina Aliberti Families of San Benigno Canavese, Piedmont, Italy - Ancestors and Descendants" (34 pages plus appendices).
Liberatore was OSIA Massachusetts Grand Financial Secretary (1959-1963) and Supreme Curator of OSIA (1955-1959). Collection includes a Massachusetts Grand Lodge convention program (1947), miscellaneous Massachusetts Grand Lodge brochures, local lodge program booklets, many photographs, and artifacts.
One photograph of Geno C. Baroni (1930-1984) Catholic civil rights priest, active in the social movement of the 1960s and 1970s. Photo taken in July 1973.
The Geno and Lou Donato Order Sons of Italy in America collection includes Supreme Lodge correpsondence (1981-1987), minutes of Indiana Grand Council meetings (1979-1984), and some Grand Lodge correspondence.
Papers (ca. 1977) of Gentille R. Yarusso consist of autobiographical sketches about his childhood and life in Swede Hollow in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Correspondence, photos, diplomas/certificates, memorabilia, chiefly from and about poet Nino Caradonna. Also includes some print material.
Papers (1982) of Giuseppe Camilletti consist of a translation by Robert Scott of Camilletti's autobiography, published in 1982 by the Italian Study Group of Troy, Mich.
Papers (1981-1984) of Grace Darin, a journalist and author, consist of family histories, including "The Darin Family: A Century Chronicle"; "The Darin Family: A Supplement"; "The Rileys of Iron Belt: A Family Memoir"; and "The Darin Family: Looking Toward the Future - A New Generation".
Papers (1967-1969) of Helen Barolini, an Italian American author, consist of manuscripts and proofs of her novel Umbertina; and other manuscripts of her poems, stories, and articles.
Correspondence, clippings, and related records of this church, established in 1915 to serve the Italian American community of St. Paul. Originals and photocopies. The materials center particularly on the church's golden anniversary in December 1965, and include items on the history of the church and the settlement of Italians in the city.
Records of the Club consist of constitution and by-laws, papers of incorporation, financial ledger and savings account passbook, membership lists, minutes of meetings, and miscellaneous organizational papers. In addition, the collection contains correspondence and minutes of meetings of the Minnesota State Federation of Italian Americanization Clubs.
Mission statement, meeting agenda and conference program (1981) documenting the activities of the Society (founded in 1957 with the purpose "to provide an arena for the profoundly rich legacy ofItalian culture, language and arts"). The Society later established a cultural and community center building in Warren to house its activities.
Collection consists of 39 interviews conducted by Helen Barolini of Italians in Dobbs Ferry, New York. Narrators discuss primarily their lives in the Dobbs Ferry Italian American community, with emphasis on work, family, cultural traditions, and perceptions of ethnic identity. Included are cassette recordings and handwritten indexes (and some supplemental materials) to the interviews.
Papers (1926-1950) of James Augustus Bacigalupi (1882-1950), president of Transamerica Corporation and the Bank of America (formerly the Bank of Italy) contain correspondence; and obituaries from two San Francisco newspapers. Bacigalupi's parents were born in Liguria, Italy. His father worked in California gold fields, and later owned a grocery business.
Papers of Jennie Polcari consist of materials pertaining to the Order Sons of Italy in America. Included are an installation program and newspaper clippings pertaining to Maria Montessori Lodge No. 1744 and a photograph of OSIA Massachusetts Grand Lodge leaders (1960).
Papers (1952-1985) of Jenny P. Riley consist of a manuscript of "The Upper Levee and the Holy Redeemer Church," a research paper pertaining to the St. Paul, Minn. Upper Levee Italian community. The paper includes interviews with residents; minutes from the Housing and Redevelopment Authority as well as Department of Highways meetings; and correspondence from the Archdiocese of St. Paul; and newspaper clippings.
Collection comprises United States Census record summaries of Italians living in Cumberland, Wis.
Papers (1952-1984) of John E. Ciatti consist of materials from the Order Sons of Italy in America. OSIA state level materials include a Columbus Day Dinner-Dance booklet (1964), and a Columbus Monument Committee Dinner booklet (1984). Also included are photographs depicting a Delaware convention banquet testimonial for Joseph Errigo (1952), the Supreme Convention (1955), a dinner for Eugene Alessandroni (1955), and a Columbus Day program (1984).
The John Ottaviano Jr. Order Sons of Italy in America collection consists of OSIA Supreme Convention reports, committee reports, correspondence, legal and financial records, and correspondence with lodges in Alabama, Connecticut, Florida, Indiana, Massachusetts, Northwest, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island. Ottaviano was National President of OSIA (1961-1965).
- Italian Americans -- Societies, etc. 16
- Italian 14
- Columbus Day. 8
- Italian Americans. 8
- Italian Americans -- Delaware -- Societies, etc. 7
- Italian American authors. 6
- Italian Americans -- California -- Societies, etc. 6
- Italian Americans -- Massachusetts -- Societies, etc. 6
- Italian Americans -- New York (State) -- Societies, etc. 5
- Italian Americans -- Personal narratives. 5
- Family life 4
- Italian Americans -- Charities. 4
- Italian Americans -- Oregon -- Societies, etc. 4
- Italian Americans -- Virginia -- Societies, etc. 4
- Italian Americans -- Washington (State) -- Societies, etc. 4
- Earthquakes -- Italy 3
- Italian Americans -- Florida -- Societies, etc. 3
- Italian Americans -- Idaho -- Societies, etc. 3
- Italian Americans -- Illinois -- Chicago 3
- Italian Americans -- Minnesota -- Saint Paul -- Societies, etc. 3 ∧ less
- Italian 6
- Abbate, Paolo S., 1884-1973 1
- Ambrosino, Simone J. 1
- American Arabic Association. 1
- American Italian Historical Association. Conference (5th : 1972 : Boston, Mass.) 1
- American Italian Historical Association. Stella del Nord 1
- Andreozzi, John. 1
- Angeletti, Edward J. 1
- Avara, S. Joseph 1
- Bancroft Library (San Francisco, Calif.) 1
- Barolini, Helen, 1925- 1
- Beck, R. Merrill. 1
- Benvegar, Charles. 1
- Bonadio, Maria B., 1882 1
- Buccieri, Martin R. 1
- Burch, Betty Ann 1
- Cacchione, Peter V., 1947 1
- Caira, Michael A. 1
- Cama, Anthony. 1
- Camilletti, Giuseppe. 1
- Cappello, Rosemary. 1 ∧ less