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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.
Papers (1896-1975) of Anthony Capraro (1891-1975), an Italian American labor organizer, contain correspondence; photographs; and articles.
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 (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.
Papers (1915-1937) of Gioacchino Artoni (1866-1937), an Italian American labor organizer, consist primarily of newspaper clippings about him.
Papers (1904-1960) of Girolamo Valenti (1892-1958), an Italian American labor organizer, editor, and anti-fascist, include correspondence and published items, newspaper clippings on fascism, socialism, and WWI, photographs, pamphlets, cartoons and caricatures by Fort Velona, and materials pertaining to Arturo Giovannitti and New York politicians.
Papers (ca. 1933-1961) of Italian American labor leader Giuseppe D. Procopio comprise articles and clippings about his union activities. Procopio was from Calabria, Italy, born ca. 1890. He was active in the Confederazione Italo-Americano del Lavoro, the United Shoe Workers of America, Local 563 Shoe Service Union, President of International Wholesale and Department Store Union, and chairman of America Aid to Calabria after World War II.
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.
In an oral interview, Sophie Kosciolowski (ca. 1903- ) discusses her experiences as an immigrant in 1914, her work as a child in a meat packing plant, membership in the United Packinghouse, Food and Allied Workers Union, and work as an employee and labor organizer at Armour and Co. Dried Beef Packing Department.
La Capria's papers (1952-1971) contain correspondence; newspaper clippings; photographs; and speeches.
- Subject: Labor leaders. X
- Labor leaders. 9
- Clothing workers -- Labor unions. 5
- Italian Americans. 4
- Anti-fascist movements -- United States. 3
- Italian American labor leaders. 3
- Italian American socialists 3
- Italian Americans -- New York (State) -- New York. 2
- Italian Americans -- Societies, etc. 2
- Labor unions -- Clothing workers. 2
- Strikes and lockouts -- Textile industry. 2
- Textile Workers' Strike, Lawrence, Mass., 1912. 2
- Women labor leaders 2
- Child labor 1
- Communists -- United States. 1
- Fascism. 1
- Garment Workers' Strike, Chicago, Ill., 1910. 1
- Italian American newspapers. 1
- Italian American poets. 1
- Italian American press 1
- Italian Americans -- Charities. 1 + ∧ less
- Multiple languages 12
- English 1
- Italian 1
- Antonini, , Luigi, 1883-1968 1
- Artoni, , Gioacchino, 1866-1937 1
- Bambace, Angela , 1898-1975 1
- Capraro, Anthony, 1891-1975 1
- Clemente, Egidio, 1899 1