NICHOLAS J. FALCO PAPERS, 1938-1985
Credit: Center for Migration Studies of New York

NICHOLAS J. FALCO PAPERS, 1938-1985

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This collection documents, via correspondence, newspaper clippings and photographs, the professional and volunteer career of Italian-American Bronxite Nicholas J. Falco, born in East Harlem in 1929 and raised in Mott Haven. Falco was perhaps the first Italian American to work in the New York City Municipal Archives. Series III documents his efforts to publish a compilation of articles from the the Society of American Archives quarterly American Archivist.

The other two Series document his passion for Italian-American history and community. The Italian-American History Research Series contains clippings he found interesting or hoped to save for another project. The Italian-American Times Series contains materials he generated as a book reviewer and editor (1971-72) at the BronxItalo-American Times.

Arrangement
Series I: The Italo-American Times
Subseries A: General Correspondence
Subseries B: Correspondence with Staff
Subseries C: Subject Files
Subseries D: Photographs
Subseries E: Miscelleneous Documents.
Series II: Italian-American History Research
Series III: Archival Career

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Collection Title Nicholas J. Falco Papers, 1938-1985
Call Number CMS 083
Extent 1.5 linear feet in four boxes