FATHER GIACOMO GAMBERA, P.S.S.C. PAPERS, 1901-1928
Credit: Center for Migration Studies of New York

FATHER GIACOMO GAMBERA, P.S.S.C. PAPERS, 1901-1928

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CMS 069 documents the life of Father Giacomo Gambera, a priest who served in parishes in New Orleans, Pittsburgh, Boston, New York, and at the Saint Raphael Society for the Protection of Italian Immigrants on Ellis Island between 1889-1928. The collection includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, and Father Gambera’s own sermons and memoir. Content from this archive covers Italian-American life, particularly religious life, from the 1934-1980s. It also serves as a case study of one man’s migration experience.

Arrangement
Series I: General Correspondence
Series II: Sermons and Other Writings
Series III: Miscellaneous Documents

Click here to view the entire finding aid for the Father Giacomo Gambera, P.S.S.C. Papers (CMS 069)

Collection Title Father Giacomo Gambera, P.S.S.C. Papers, 1901-1928
Call Number CMS 069
Extent 0.5 linear feet in one manuscript document box

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