CHURCH OF SAINT MICHAEL THE ARCHANGEL (NEW HAVEN, CT) RECORDS, 1888-1982
Credit: Center for Migration Studies of New York

CHURCH OF SAINT MICHAEL THE ARCHANGEL (NEW HAVEN, CT) RECORDS, 1888-1982

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Saint Michael’s Church on Wooster Square near the downtown area of New Haven, Connecticut was established in 1889. In 1904, a fire destroyed the original church. The parish served the Italian-American community under Friar Leonardo Quaglia from 1916 to 1949, the period in which the bulk of the materials are dated. The collection contains church bulletins, diocesan reports, financial reports, photographs, announcement books, and other ephemera and publications documenting events and anniversaries of the church.

Arrangement
Series I: Parish Announcements Books
Series II: Diocesan Reports
Series III: Financial Reports
Series IV: Parish Organizations
Series V: Publications
Subseries A: Church Sponsored
Subseries B: Not Church Sponsored
Series VI: Photographs
Series VII: Other Church Documents
Series VIII: Newspaper Clippings and Tear Sheets

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Collection Title Church of Saint Michael the Archangel (New Haven, CT) Records, 1888-1982
Call Number CMS 045
Extent 4 linear feet in 8 manuscript boxes