Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Papers (1910-1976) of Danny Meduri (1885-1976), an Italian American opera singer from New York, include photographs, newspaper clippings, sheet music, programs, and playbills from his performances.
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 (1963-1972) of Ferdinando D. Maurino, a professor of Italian at the University of Tennessee, include several of his articles on Italian and Italian American writers.
Papers (1919-1962) of Italian American socialist Fort Velon (1893-1965) contain correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, articles, cartoons and published items. Velona's work appeared in La Parola del Popolo (Chicago), Nuovo Mundo, and La Stampa Libera. The bulk of the collection consists of originals of caricatures and cartoons dealing with domestic and international labor and politics. Issues of and clippings from La Parola del Popolo are also included.
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.
Papers (1915-1937) of Gioacchino Artoni (1866-1937), an Italian American labor organizer, consist primarily of newspaper clippings about him.
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.
Includes collected minutes, correspondence, program information, membership data and financial reports of the Greenpoint YMCA.
Papers (1986-1987) of Joseph A. Varacalli consist of photocopied paper he wrote with Richard Renoff and Angela D. Danzi - "The Italian-Albanian-American Community of Inwood, New York," read at the 19th Annual Conference of the American Italian Historical Association (November 14, 1986, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.).
Papers (n.d.) of Joseph Fucilla consist of a photocopy of his autobiography. Also available on microfilm.
Papers (1911-1980) of Nino Caradonna (1898-1980), a well-known Italian American poet, consist of correspondence; manuscripts; and miscellaneous papers. Correspondents include many Italian American writers and community leaders.
Papers (1973-1983) of Italian American author Octavia Capuzzi Waldo Locke (b. 1929) consist of two published stories written by her, a typescript, galley proofs of her first novel A Cup of the Sun (written under the name Octavia Waldo; photocopies of newspaper and magazine articles, and a copy of a literary journal containing her short story, "The Collection".
Papers (1919-1973) of sculptor Paolo S. Abbate (1884-1973) consist of a scrap-book with pictures of his sculpture and newspaper clippings about him and his works.
Papers of Italian American author Pietro Di Donato consist of a photocopy of the manuscript for his play "Moro" and interview drafts, correspondence, audio cassettes.
Regina and Roy D'Ariano were Italian American authors who came to the United States in 1912. Papers (1938-1970) consist of manuscripts of three short stories and books written by the D'Arianos. They include "La Piccola Cantatrice"; "David and Ruth"; and "The Princess Under Seven Veils".
La Capria's papers (1952-1971) contain correspondence; newspaper clippings; photographs; and speeches.