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Papers (ca. 1930-1976) of Angela Bambace (1898-1975) include correspondence; speeches; newspaper clippings; photographs; and publications. Bambace was a labor organizer and vice-president of the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union.
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.
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.
Fictionalized autobiography in English, 437 pages.
Papers (ca. 1920-1959) of Luigi Antonini (1883-1968), an Italian American labor organizer, consist primarily of socialist and union publications pertaining to the struggle for workers' rights.
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).
Papers (1944-1947) of Peter V. Cacchione (d. 1947), an Italian American New York City councilman, contain correspondence; records of his work as councilman; memoranda; and miscellany.
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.
Papers of Salvatore Castagnola consist of a photocopied typescript of his autobiography, Part I, dealing with his childhood in Sicily and life in Brooklyn, New York.
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."
- Italian Americans -- New York (State) -- New York. 8
- Italian Americans -- New York (State) -- New York -- Societies, etc. 5
- Italian Americans -- New York (State) -- Societies, etc. 2
- Labor leaders. 2
- Anti-fascist movements -- United States. 1
- City council members -- New York (State) -- New York. 1
- Clothing workers -- Labor unions. 1
- Ethnic groups -- New York (State) -- New York. 1
- Friendly societies -- New York (State) -- New York. 1
- Italian American labor leaders. 1
- Italian American publishers and publishing. 1
- Italian American women. 1
- Italian Americans -- Charities. 1
- Italian Americans -- New York (State) -- New York -- Personal narratives. 1
- Italian Americans -- Societies, etc. 1
- Italian Americans -- Songs and music. 1
- Labor unions -- Clothing workers. 1
- Labor unions -- Periodicals. 1
- Law -- United States. 1
- Lawyers. 1 + ∧ less
- Multiple languages 8
- English 4
- Italian 2
- Antonini, , Luigi, 1883-1968 1
- Bambace, Angela , 1898-1975 1
- Cacchione, Peter V., 1947 1
- Castagnola, Salvatore. 1
- Ferrari, Roberto, 1886- 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
- Massaro, Dominic R. (Dominic Robert) 1
- Molisani, E. Howard, 1911-1987 1
- Order Sons of Italy in America. New York Grand Lodge. 1
- Order Sons of Italy in America. Uguaglianza Lodge No. 83 (Bronx, N.Y.). 1
- Unity, Nobility and Ambition Society (Brooklyn, N.Y.). 1
- Young Men's Christian Associations of North America. International Committee 1 + ∧ less