Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Papers of Arturo Giovannitti consist of a typescript play entitled "The Alpha and the Omega (In Memory of a very Rich Holy Man)."
Collection (1874-1930) of the CSPS, Lodge No.12, Saint Paul, Minn. consists of published and typescript plays performed by the organization in the first decades of the 20th century.
Records of the Czech-American Dramatic Society of Chicago, Illinois consist of play scripts and musical scores, in Czech, used by the Society.
Collection (1923-1938) includes approximately 250 manuscript and typescript plays; performance announcements; posters; and sheet music of Dramatski Zbor "Nada," a Croatian American dramatic society.
Papers (1909-1958) of Italian American character actor Eduardo Migliaccio "Farfariello" (1880-1946) consist of photographs, playbills, correspondence, manuscript and published sheet music, and scrapbooks of memorabilia. Photographs from the collection have been digitized and are available in the U Media Archive digital repository, please see a link in the "Digital material" section below.
Papers (1902-1977) of Ernesto Tummolillo (1879-1916), a noted Neopolitan playwright who came to the United States in 1901 consist of photocopies of a biography written by his great grandson Gennaro Dispigno, correspondence, photographs, Neopolitan songs, a play written by Tummolillo, and newspaper clippings. Tummolillo also worked at the Ellis Island Immigration Office.
Collection of dramatic scripts includes the following titles: Kosinta; Ajan Laulu; Ananiaksen Ehtoollinen; and Kaksi Varasta.
Records (1905-1966) of the Gardner, Massachusetts Finnish Socialist Chapter Archive consist of chapter minutes and minutes of the chapter's suborganization.
Records (1938-1969) of the Italian Actors Union (New York, New York), a branch of the Associated Actors and Artistes of America, comprise constitution and by-laws, membership lists, correspondence, scripts, speeches and essays concerning Italian theater in New York, contracts, memoranda, financial records, materials pertaining to the Italian Recreation Center (New York), and, on microfilm only, the minutes of the Executive Council (1939-1963).
Papers (1875-1945) of Jan Martin Pesek (1869-1945) contain clippings, events programs, ephemera, and correspondence pertaining to Czech American activities, particularly the immigrnt group's cultural affairs in St. Paul, Minnesota. Includes published material as well.
Papers (1917-1968) of Egri Lajos (1888-1967) consist of his early plays; poetry; an autobiographical sketch; correspondence; miscellany; and an interview with his widow by Joseph Kovacs. The plays had originally been sent to the Petofi Literary Museum of Budapest, Hungary.
Papers (1938) of Pentti Raunio consists of a handwritten manuscript of his unpublished novel, ISA. Raunio came to the United States in the late 1930s at the invitation of the Finnish Workers Federation to direct drama and theatre courses in various Finnish communities.
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.
Records (1914-1964) of the Saima Workers' Society (Fitchburg, Minn.) include proceedings; board of directors minutes (1916-1918); correspondence; economic committee reports; and property inventories (1919).
Correspondence, meeting minutes, organizational publications.