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Identifier: Mss 0117
Scope and Contents This collection consists of a single bound manuscript titled Trattato sulle successioni. This undated Italian manuscript was likely written in the mid-19th century as an author’s manuscript for submission to a publisher. It is a treatise on successions focusing mainly on Naples, which was the capitol of the Kingdom of Two Sicilies and home to a large law school. This manuscript will be of interest to researchers studying 19th century Italian law, especially Neapolitan...
Dates: Mid-19th century
Identifier: Mss 0084
Scope and Contents This is a vast collection of mostly photocopied newspaper and magazine articles, poems, and images, gathered over more than a decade by Alphonse Cartusciello. As an initial guide Mr. Cartusciello appears to have used Campanella’s 2-volume Garibaldi bibliography. (There is a copy currently in SHU’s Valente Collection, donated several years ago by writer Anthony Valerio). What Mr. Cartusciello did was to make copies of the full texts that were only cited by Campanella. Along the way he seems...
Dates: 1848 - 2008; Majority of material found within 1870 - 1960
Abstract Order Sons of Italy in America (OSIA) was founded on June 22, 1905 in the Little Italy neighborhood of New York City by Dr. Vincenzo Sellaro and five compatriots who came to the United States during the great Italian migration of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The Order Sons of Italy in America, Umberto Primo Lodge No. 750 (Susquehanna, PA) collection documents the history and activities of the Umberto Primo Lodge of Susquehanna, Pennsylvania from 1917 to 1981.
Identifier: Mss 0035
Overview The Salt family originally lived in Brooklyn, NY but moved to Bath, NY in the 1840s. William Salt married Jane Dodge of Brooklyn and the couple had nine children: William Salt, Jr., Mary, John, Elinor, Caroline, Phoebe, Jennie (possibly Jane), Dannie, Sarah, and Wellington. This collection consists of, for the majority, correspondence between members of the Salt family. William M. Salt is a major contributor to this correspondence, as are three of his sisters Elinor, Mary (Mollie), and Caroline...
Dates: 1808-1917; Majority of material found within 1850 - 1890
Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Mss 0058
Overview John P.C. Train was born 25 May 1928 in New York City and was educated at Harvard University. He started several businesses, and founded the New York investment firm Train, Cabot, and Associates, later Train, Smith Counsel, and currently Train, Babcock Advisors. The John Train Papers include personal and professional correspondence, agendas, reports both governmental and professional, committee and foundation information, fund contributions, articles both published and submissions by John...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Mss 0018
Overview Ace Alagna was a photographer, editor and publisher of the Italian Tribune, and prominent member of the Italian American community in Newark, NJ. The Ace Alagna photographs consist of photographic negatives, prints, videos, and layout sheets from Ace Alagna's career as a photographer and as editor and owner of the newspaper the Italian Tribune.