This collection consists of papers relating to Judge Juvenal Marchisio’s participation as head of the American Relief for Italy organization and program.
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.
This collection contains the records of four agencies formed or affiliated with the United States Catholic Conference, Migration and Refugees Services (USCC): The New York Office of the National Catholic Welfare Conference, Department of Migration (later the USCC), the Catholic Committee for Refugees, the International Catholic Office for Refugees, and the War Relief Services (later the Catholic Relief Services).
This collection contains the records of the Catholic Maritime Clubs and the National Conference of the Apostleship of the Sea (AOS), and their work with the War Relief Services-National Catholic Welfare Conference and the Pontifical Commission for Migrants and Tourism. The collection contains executive correspondence, photographs, financial reports, annual reports, meeting minutes, monthly records of activities, materials related to the local Maritime Clubs, and other materials.
CMS 006 contains Vincenzo Bocchimuzzo’s handwritten dramas, essays and poems in Italian. His works provide insight into how one working-class migrant living in New York City viewed events in his Italian homeland from the 1920s through the end of World War II.