Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:
Zattoni was an antifascist. His papers contain correspondence and newspaper clippings pertaining to his fighting in the Spanish Civil War and to his volunteer work during World War II, when he re-educated captured Italian soldiers. Also included is a file of correspondence referring to the Mazzini Society.
Collection consists of two volumes of published sheet music (solo violin works written by Alfred Morena between 1910 and 1920) and 6 CDs containing recordings of his music.
Two printed pieces of sheet music (with lyrics): "Inno dei fascisti" and "In Aeroplano"
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.
Collection consists of documents regarding Burch’s preparation for her dissertation including biographical materials on authors, analyses of novels and correspondence. This collection also includes documents pertaining to the Minneapolis Eastside Ethnic Tribute and Burch’s work at various universities.
A clipping from the COMMUNITY REPORTER (March 2006) of Saint Paul, Minnesota, of an article (Pasquale: Memories of a Barefoot Boy) regarding life on the Upper Levee on the Mississippi River in Saint Paul, as told by Patrick John Marcogliese and recorded by Constance Durose.
The Cookie Curci-Wright papers consist of family history material, the memoir "My Italian American Grandparents: A Legacy of Lessons and Love" and photographs. Also included is one CD-R containing digital versions of selected photos.
Published and unpublished poems, stories, and movie script re. Italian immigrant experience. Collection consists of three bound volumes (Notebooks 1-3) of Dan D'Amelio's writings (typescripts, print-outs, photocopies), including poems, articles, memoirs, and "A scene-by-scene treatment for a movie".
Collection consists of photocopies of documents pertaining to the Pastorino Family history.
Papers consist of letters, postcards, and clippings sent to "L'Adunata" by Italians in the U.S., Italy, South America and elsewhere. Also included are files on several leftist newspapers, most published in Italy.
One photograph of Geno C. Baroni (1930-1984) Catholic civil rights priest, active in the social movement of the 1960s and 1970s. Photo taken in July 1973.
Correspondence, photos, diplomas/certificates, memorabilia, chiefly from and about poet Nino Caradonna. Also includes some print material.
Correspondence, clippings, and related records of this church, established in 1915 to serve the Italian American community of St. Paul. Originals and photocopies. The materials center particularly on the church's golden anniversary in December 1965, and include items on the history of the church and the settlement of Italians in the city.
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.
Papers reflect Vannelli's avocation as a historian and collector of Italian Americana. Included are newspaper clippings pertaining to Italian American history, especially in Minnesota; annual reports, programs, and miscellany from Holy Redeemer Parish (St. Paul, MN); notebooks, including a biography of Vannelli's parents; a biography of Monsignor Louis Pioletti, poetry and historical research notes on the Italians in Minnesota; and a small quantity of personal material.
Newspaper clippings, photographs and other items documenting the career of Lea Serra, and Italian American actress and radio host in the New York City area in the latter half of the 20th century.
Anniversary booklets, clippings, programs regarding the Misericordia Society (Societa di Mutuo Soccorso Maria SS. Della Misericordia). Included is also information pertaining to Caesare Avigni, long ttime editor of "Il Pensiero", an Italian American newspaper published in St. Louis since 1904. (Avigni wrote about the Society in "Il Pensiero" in 1945.)
Collection consists of correspondence, pamphlets, newspaper clippings and other materials pertaining to Italian American labor and community activists, also to the Sacco-Vanzetti case. In 1967, Oreste Fabrizi served as sponsor of the Sacco/Vanzetti Commemoration Committee in Boston, Massachusetts.
Correspondence, convention programs and artifacts documenting history of several local OSIA Lodges in New York.
Photocopies of published materials pertaining to the Italians in Milwaukee, pamphlets by the local Italian organizations, newspaper clippings, draft of a research paper by RT - Their Absence fills the World, included are also photographs. A significant portion of the materials pertain to the Monferrini immigrants and their descendants (from the Monferrato region of Piedmont, Alessandria Province, Italy).
Collection consists of autobiography, plays, poetry, music, flyers, newspaper clippings, and publications.
Family history documentation pertaining to Francesco (1900-1980) and Giovanna (1906-1988) Foti. Includes genealogical charts, photographs, correspondence, newspaper clippings, personal documents and narrative by Romilda Foti.News clippings and a commemmorative publication pertaining to the translatlantic flight of the Italian aviator Italo Balbo in 1933. Included are also copies of selected Italian American periodicals (post-9/11/01) issues, and sheet music.
Materials pertaining to Rosemary De Nicolo's activities in her local OSIA Lodge, incl. correspondence, newsclippings and photographs.
Oral histories of Joe Jachetta (also his "Wartime Memories"), Dante Benedetti, Thomas Cara, Virginia and Elios Anderlini, Norma Tealdi, Lena Massucco, Annie Guardino Wallace, John Valentini, and Richard Monaco.