Showing Collections: 151 - 180 of 1917
Correspondence between Girolama Palamara (nee Palmeri) in Brooklyn, New York and her husband, Anthony Palamara, who was in the military. (Photocopies of letters and envelopes.)
Papers consist of a copy of his autobiography and a typescript interview with him by Rudolph J. Vecoli.
Papers of Anthony Cama consist of Order Sons of Italy in America materials, including Junior Division ritual book (Mass.), correspondence of the Riunite No. 889 chapter (Mass.). Also included are a Columbus Day Proclamation by Gov. John Volpe (1965), a resume of Paul Lazzaro, newspaper clippings pertaining to OSIA lodges in Lynn and to the Mass. grand lodge, and photographs of local OSIA lodge activities (1963-1965).
Papers (1896-1975) of Anthony Capraro (1891-1975), an Italian American labor organizer, contain correspondence; photographs; and articles.
Papers (1904-1920) of Anthony Grebenc, a Slovenian immigrant, consist of a manuscript which is an autobiographical sketch of immigrant life on Minnesota's Iron Range. Rich in Range folklore, the manuscript touches on Grebenc's parents' courtship and marriage, work in the mines, school experiences, and Slovenian village disputes which continued in America.
Collection (1952-1977) includes Columbus Day and testimonial dinner programs of Order Sons of Italy in America, Pennsylvania District 12 (Fayette County), Supreme Lodge General Laws (1947), a copy of "Congresso Eucaristico," the bulletin of the Trivento Diocese in Italy, a scrapbook of newsclippings, loose newspaper clippings, and photographs pertaining to OSIA District 12.
Anthony Nurczynski was a community leader in Boston's Polish cultural life, particularly as an organizer and director of its musical groups. He arranged music for the Shep Nolan Band and Krakowiaki, who played live on the "Echoes of Poland" radio hour. Papers consist primarily of published and mimeographed sheet music.
The Anthony Sola Order Sons of Italy in America collection consists of California Grand Convention booklets (1950, 1962-1970, 1976-1983); Convention minutes (1965, 1979 and 1982); scolarship award booklets; and several historical publications. The latter include Italian Culture in Action; OSIA, Grand Lodge of California, 1925-1960; 50th Anniversary of the Grand Lodge of California, 1925-1975; and Italians in California.
Literary manuscript (1950-1975) of Anthony Sorrentino consists of two photocopied drafts of "It's An Inside Job," the story of a project to prevent juvenile delinquency and crime in Chicago's neighborhoods. One manuscript dates from 1950, the other from 1975 when it was being readied for publication.
Anthony Toro lived in Hartford, Conn. and held the office of Order Sons of Italy in America Supreme Trustee (1957-1959, 1961-1965). Collection (1943-1978) consists of lists of officers, grand convention information, the booklet of the 1950 state convention, materials on grand lodge activities, and correspondence.
Papers of Anthony Zaffiro consist of a biographical sketch (1962), obituaries (1962), and a photograph of Zaffiro.
Three photographic prints of members of the Antinoro and Polizzi Families of Rochester, New York, including an undated wedding photo of Jenny (Antinoro) and Michael Maniscalco; a school graduation photo of Mt. Carmel School circa 1919; and a wedding party at Mt. Carmel Church dated 1929. Student names are identified on verso of school graduation photo. Futher family information is also provided with the photographs.
Papers (1911-1963) of Anton Nemanich, an early Slovene immigrant, include minutes, correspondence, and photographs. Nemanich was once president of the Grand Carniolian Slovenian Catholic Union (KSKJ). Selected items from the collection have been digitized and are available in the University of Minnesota's U Media Archive and on the Digitizing Immigrant Letters project website (see "Digital material" below).
Typescript of a memoir "Starting Over in Cleveland" by Anton Zakelj, translated from Slovenian into English and edited by John Zakelj, with photographs by Anton Zakelj. Also a typescript of an article "Cleveland in the 50s" by Anton Zakelj. The Zakelj family immigrated to the United States from Slovenia in 1950, settling in Cleveland, Ohio. The memoir depicts life in the Slovenian neighborhood of Cleveland, around the St. Vitus Church.
Empty photo album; documents; correspondence; obituary; programs; newspaper clippings; certificates; political material
Papers (1939-1965) of Antonino Crivello (1888-1969), an Italian American labor organizer and poet, comprise correspondence; drafts of his poetry; and some published material. Correspondence relates largely to the I.L.G.W.U., in which Crivello was a director of Local 144 in Newark, New Jersey and a representative for Local 25 in New York.
Papers of the painter Ants Lepson consist of newspaper clippings, the publication "Gard News," and 1991 interviews with Ants Lepson.
Manuscripts, correspondence, personal correspondence, poetry translations, newspaper clippings.
Papers (n.d.) of April Holter consist of a term paper entitled "The Greeks of Minneapolis," and related notes of interviews.
Collection consists of educational materials produced by the Arab American National Museum, addressing subjects related to the Arab American experiences, including those of Arab Christians and Muslims in the United States. Included are also 2 DVDs containing the "Arab American Stories" program produced by the Detroit Public Television in 2011-2012.
Records of the Arab Cultural Center (San Francisco, Calif.) consist of by-laws, objectives, press releases, flyers, etc. Also included are press releases of the American Federation of Ramallah Palestine and its founding.
Records (1981-1983) of the Arba Sicula Society, a Sicilian American cultural organization, consist of correspondence; publications; newspaper clippings; and miscellany.
The Papers of Armas Backman consist of published vocal, choral and piano music as well as a few music manuscripts. Also included are the text and lyrics for a Finnish musical called Kenraalin Morsian (The General's Bride).
Organizational files and correspondence, records of donations, membership cards, accounting documents, program brochures and fliers, includes some print (books, newsletters, notecards).
Armstrong family papers, including documentation on Polish American communities in Minneapolis and Wisconsin.