GIOVANNI E. SCHIAVO PAPERS, 1874-1983
Credit: Center for Migration Studies of New York

GIOVANNI E. SCHIAVO PAPERS, 1874-1983

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Giovanni Ermenegildo Schiavo (1898-1983) was an Italian American writer and researcher. Schiavo mostly focused his studies on Italian American organized crime and the mafia. The collection contains articles, index cards, notes, photographs, correspondence, clippings, books, government reports, and other ephemera related to his research on influential Italian Americans and Italian American history, dating from the late 1800s up until his death in 1983. The collection also covers his body of work as a writer.

Arrangement
Series I: Papers
Subseries A: Biographical Materials
Subseries B: Materials Written by and on Schiavo
Subseries C: Correspondence
Subseries D: Phillip Mazzei
Subseries E: Antonio Meucci
Subseries F: Other Subjects
Subseries G: Index Cards
Subseries H: Magazines
Series II: Italian American Crime Research
Subseries A: Correspondence
Subseries B: Writings by Schiavo
Subseries C: Giuseppe Pezzolini and Luigi Barzini
Subseries D: Articles
Subseries E: Index Cards
Subseries F: Notes
Subseries G: Materials on Subjects
Subseries H: Materials Pertaining to Persons involved with Crime
Subseries I: Clippings
Subseries J: Books and Government Reports

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Collection Title Giovanni E. Schiavo Papers, 1874-1983
Call Number CMS 085
Extent 37 linear feet in 81 boxes