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Alberto Cupelli papers
Americo Susi papers
Papers (1923-1935) of Americo Susi, an Italian-American laborer from Introdacqua, A'quila, Italy, consist of his membership booklets for "Club Introdacquese" (Youngstown, Ohio) and "Societa Italiana di M.S. Generale Gustave Fara" (Sharpsville, Pennsylvania).
Andrew Canepa papers
Two printed pieces of sheet music (with lyrics): "Inno dei fascisti" and "In Aeroplano"
Circolo Culturale Italiano di Baltimora (Baltimore, Maryland) records
The Circolo Culturale Italiano di Baltimora was founded in 1955 by Dr. Raffaele Canevaro, Helen F. Knipp, and Dr. Regina Soria for those interested in Italian culture. Records (ca. 1940-1970) contain correspondence; financial records; membership lists; flyers; and announcements. Also included are newspaper clippings and correspondence relating to the Italian-American Committee of the National War Fund.
Club Politico Independente (Rockford, Illinois) records
16-page manuscript document containing the constitution and by-laws of the Italian American Club Politico Independente established in Rockford, Illinois, in 1932.
Eduardo Migliaccio papers
Papers (1909-1958) of Italian American character actor Eduardo Migliaccio "Farfariello" (1880-1946) consist of photographs, playbills, correspondence, manuscript and published sheet music, and scrapbooks of memorabilia. Photographs from the collection have been digitized and are available in the U Media Archive digital repository, please see a link in the "Digital material" section below.
Egidio Clemente papers
Papers (1925-1970) of Clemente Egidio (b. 1899), an Italian American editor and journalist, relate mostly to publication of the labor magazine La Parola del Popolo, the organ of the Italian Socialist Federation, of which he was editor and publisher. Included is correspondence with prominent Italians and Italian Americans relating to the Socialist movement in the United States and Italy, the Vietnam war, and other topics.
Francesco Pitea papers
Papers (1910-1965) of Francesco Pitea consist of manuscripts and typescripts of his poetry. Pitea worked in Paterson, New Jersey, textile mills. Much of his poetry takes the form of political satire, and was published in La Scopa and other anti-fascist publications. Also photocopied manuscripts and photos along with a biographical sketch written by Pitea's son, Joseph.
Frank J. Montemuro, Jr. papers
George Lancelot Quilici papers
Gino Mariani papers
Correspondence, photos, diplomas/certificates, memorabilia, chiefly from and about poet Nino Caradonna. Also includes some print material.
Giovanni M. Di Silvestro papers
Gregorio Morabito papers
International Ladies Garment Workers' Union, Local 48, Italian Cloak, Suit and Skirt Makers' Union records
Records (1920-1965) of the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, Local 48, Italian Cloak, Suit and Skirt Makers' Union (New York) consist of minutes of the Executive Board.
Italian Book Company (New York) records
Papers (1911-1930) of the Italian Book Company, New York consist of office records; coorespondence with other publishers; affidavits concerning litigation; and sheet music and lyrics collected and/or published by the company.
Italians in Chicago Oral History Project records
The Italians in Chicago collection consists of 113 transcripts and 7 video tape cassettes of oral histories of Chicago area Italian Americans. The video tapes include an interview with Egidio Clemente and scenes from a Melrose Park Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Feast, ca. 1920s.
Italy. Office of the Commissioner of Emigration (Commissariato Generale dell' Emigrazione) records
Records of the office pertain to emigration and immigration legislation (Italian and foreign), office activities, office personnel, and field offices in border towns and port cities. Inventory available (in Italian only). Negatives held by Centro Studi Emigrazione, Rome. Originals in Archivio Storico Diplomatico, Ministero degli Affari Esteri, Roma, Italia.
James Novaco papers
Josephine M. Falco papers
Order Sons of Italy in America, Lodge Cristoforo Colombo, No. 1033 (Hartford, Connecticut) records
The Order Sons of Italy in America, Cristoforo Colombo Lodge No. 1033 (Hartford, Conn.) was founded in 1920. Records include two ledgers containing minutes of meetings, and pages from a membership ledger book providing information on members (1925-1926).
Pasquale Mario De Ciampis papers
Peter R. Zuzolo papers
Societa Italiana di Mutua Beneficenza (Italian Mutual Aid Society) San Francisco, California records
Newspaper clippings, anniversary publication, calendar, event program brochures and flyers documenting the history and activities of the Society (founded in 1858).
Vincent A. Ragosta papers
- Italian Americans -- Societies, etc. 6
- Anti-fascist movements -- United States. 3
- Italian 3
- Italian Americans. 3
- Italian Americans -- California -- Societies, etc. 2
- Italian Americans -- Charities. 2
- Italian Americans -- New York (State) -- New York. 2
- Italian Americans -- New York (State) -- Societies, etc. 2
- Italian Americans -- Songs and music. 2
- Accountants. 1
- Anti-fascist movements -- Italy. 1
- Arts 1
- Caradonna, Nino 1
- Clothing workers -- Labor unions. 1
- Editors. 1
- Elections -- Corrupt practices. 1
- Ethnic theater. 1
- Floods -- Italy. 1
- Fraternal organizations 1
- Immigration issues 1 + ∧ less
- English 10
- English 3
- French 1
- Canepa, Andrew 1
- Circolo Culturale Italiano di Baltimora (Baltimore, Md.). 1
- Clemente, Egidio, 1899 1
- Commissariato Generale dell' Emigrazione, Italia 1
- Cupelli, Alberto, 1905 1
- De Ciampis, Pasquale Mario, b., 1894 1
- Di Silvestro, Giovanni M., 1879-1958 1
- Falco, Josephine M. 1
- International Ladies Garment Workers' Union Local 48, Italian Cloak, Suit and Skirt Makers' Union (New York, N.Y.). 1
- Italian Book Company, New York. 1
- Migliaccio, Eduardo, 1882-1946 1
- Montemuro, Frank J., Jr. 1
- Morabito, Gregorio. 1
- Novaco, James, 1899-1973 1
- Order Sons of Italy in America. Lodge Cristoforo Colombo, No. 1033 (Hartford, Conn.) 1
- Pitea, Francesco. 1
- Quilici, George L. (George Lancelot), 1897-1969 1
- Ragosta, Vincent A. 1
- Susi, Americo. 1
- University of Illinois at Chicago Circle. History Department. 1 + ∧ less