Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
Records (1939-1961) of the Alliance Publishing Company of Chicago, Ill., a publisher of Polish American newspapers Dziennik Zwiazkowy and Zgoda, include correspondence; cartoons; editorial material; newspaper clippings; photographs; and material for the 1952 Kalendarz Zwiazkowy (an annual publication). Also included are material on the American Slav Congress of 1949; and a financial report for the Polish American Congress (1953).
Papers (1928-1974) of Caesar L. Donnaruma (1900- ) consist mostly of records and correspondence relating to publication of the Italian American newspaper La Gazzetta del Massachusetts (later the Post-Gazette). Of special interest is correspondence with political figures, including John F. Kennedy.
Papers (1863-1964) of portrait photographer and journalist Cesare Morganti consist mainly of newspaper clippings on Italian, Italo-American, and American topics. Also included are correpsondence, photographs, and materials relating to Denver, Colorado, where Morganti worked.
Papers ( 1950-1956) of Eugene Lachowitch (1900- ) include material on the activities of the Ukrainian Congress Committee and some of its officials in the United States and Europe, an article on Ukrainian-Jewish relations, and miscellany.
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.
James V. Donnaruma (1874-1953) came to the United States from Italy in 1886 and settled in Boston, Massachusetts. His papers (1897-1962) consist mostly of business files relating to publication of his newspaper, Gazzetta del Massachusetts (later the Post-Gazette). Also included are correspondence with prominent Italian Americans and papers of James's son and successor Caesar L. Donnaruma.
Papers (1908-) of editor John Jerich (1894-1973) consist of correspondence, photographs, publications, newspaper clippings, enlistment records, and certificates.
Papers of John Krawiec consist of correspondence, clippings and publications, event programs, photographs, legal documents, a reel-to-reel recording of his remarks upon the death of his mother (1969), and various other materials. Worth mentioning are materials regarding the United Steelworkers of America’s Ed Sadlowski, Free Poland, the samizdat (underground) press, Lech Walensa’s “Solidarnosc” movement, and the Legion of Self Liberation of Poland.
Papers (1919-1976) of Józef F. Bialasiewicz, a Polish American newspaper editor from Chicago, Illinois, include correspondence; financial records; newspaper clippings; reports; and miscellany pertaining to the Polish American Book Company, Polonia, and Ameryka Echo.
Papers reflect K. Jaskolski's activities as editor of the Polish American newspapers, Kuryer Codzienny and Gazeta Polonii, and his involvement with radio broadcasts of the "Polish Variety Hour" and Voice of America. Also included are materials pertaining to many Polish American organizations in the Boston area.
Papers (1921-1972) of Mary Mokarzel contain personal correspondence; business records; photographs; advertisements; and miscellany. Mokarzel succeeded her father as publisher of the Arab-American newspaper Al-Hoda. Also included are subscription lists for the Lebanese American Journal. Correspondents include Sheik Pierre Gemayel; William M. Kunstler; Khilil Habib Sayegh; Leonard S. Tack; Nacib Trabulsi and others.
Papers (1946-1958) of Myron Leskiw (1909- ) include correspondence, newspaper clippings, leaflets, and brochures. Personal correspondence largely pertains to the Ukrainian American community and its fight against communism, and to Ukrainian community activities. Also included are reports, newsletters and other materials of the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America.
Papers (1939-1989) of Myron Malaniuk (1913- ) consist of correspondence; newspaper clippings; leaflets, brochures, form letters and flyers related to Ukrainian community life and activities in Chicago, Ill. and elsewhere.
Papers (1952-1975) of Pal V. Nyiregyhazy (1888-1973) include personal correspondence; newspaper clippings; photographs; and collections of Hungarian poems, including original unpublished verse of György Hornik.
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).