CMS 107 is an artificial collection comprised of audiovisual material that arrived at the Center for Migration Studies from the 1960s to the 2000s. It includes media such as filmstrips and DVDs but the bulk of the material is in videocassette form.
The case files document the anxieties, the emotions, and the hopes of people trying to enter the country at a time when various quota systems and restrictions barred or impeded them.
The collection is composed of materials gather during the course of his research, including newsletters, articles, books, booklets, directories, convention materials, film, and other ephemera. Additionally, the collection contains the papers of Adele Younis and includes her original research notes, her dissertation, short stories she wrote, papers presented at conferences, and articles written by her and others. It also contains a survey of the travels of Elias of Mosul, the first Iraqi Chaldean to explore the Americas in the 1600s.
Arthur P. Endres served as counsel for the House Judicatory Committee, Subcommittee on Immigration, Refugees, and International Law from 1973-1989. The collection consists of documents Endres created or used during his tenure (1973-1989) as counsel for the United States House of Representatives Judiciary Committee, Subcommittee on Immigration, Refugees, and International Law.
Frank (Francesco) de Luca was born in 1889 in Radicena, Province of Reggio Calabria, Italy, and emigrated to the United States circa 1904. This small collection consists of personal as well as union related correspondence, speeches, documents, and clippings.
These newspaper clippings contain book reviews, obituaries and news about items such as the Cold War, cultural events, Italian-American immigration issues, Italy’s domestic policies, and World War II.
The collection is made up of correspondence with ecclesiastical figures and departments dealing with Italian immigrants, annual reports with photographs of immigrants and personal accounts of immigrant families, financial reports, newspaper clippings, case histories of immigrants with photographs and illustrations, and other materials.
This collection is an addendum to the Center for Migration Studies Records (CMS 084). Records in this Collection pertain in varying degrees to virtually all aspects of the Center’s activities and date from the inception of CMS to 2010. The collection contains files and materials related to Lydio Tomasi, periodicals and conferences, projects undertaken, photographs, operations of the library and archives, and subject files of interest to CMS.
Records in this collection pertain in varying degrees to virtually all aspects of the Center’s activities and date from the Center's inception to 1987. The collection contains executive director files, records related to periodicals and conferences, materials related to projects undertaken, and subject files of interest to CMS.
This collection attempts to group into well defined categories miscellaneous documentation, both primary and secondary, pertaining to Italians in the United States.