This collection documents activities at Saint Charles Seminary on Staten Island, between the institution's founding in 1947 and the 1970s, when changes in seminary education led to its closing.
CMS 109 documents the activities of Daniel Santoro, a leader in Italian-American community affairs on Staten Island from the 1930s until his death in 1954.
The collection is composed of newspapers clippings, correspondence, diaries, poems, and photographs from 1939-1945.
The collection contains personal notebooks, a copy of his doctoral thesis, prayer cards, clippings, and other ephemera.
The collection documents significant events in the family’s life, including weddings, confirmations, and other religious events.
CMS 098 documents the history of the Buono family of Staten Island, from the childhood of matriarch Angelina Bafumo Buono in Italy to the birth of her great-grandsons in the 1980s and 1990s, through collection of government-issued and business documents and photographs.