Credit: Center for Migration Studies of New York


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Alex Pisciotta (1897-1985) was an Assistant United States Attorney, Secretary of Department of License, Director of Bureau of Weights and Measures, City Magistrate, US Army Company Commander, Judge Advocate in the US Army and Air Force, opinion writer and legal adviser of the Civil Aeronautics Board, Assistant Chief Attorney in the Veteran Administration, and mayor of Lake Grove, Long Island, and a soldier during World War I. His papers reflect his professional career and personal life and includes correspondence, photographs, election materials, court proceedings, clippings, military documents, organizational materials, and other documents.

Series I: Biographical Material
Series II: Assistant U.S. Attorney
Series III: Secretary of the New York City Department of Licenses and Director of the New York City Department of Weights and Measures
Series IV: Magistrate, City of New York
Series V: Papers Relative to Service in the United States Armed Forces and as Judge Advocate
Series VI: Papers Relative to his Position as Opinion Writer and Legal Advisor to the Civil Aeronautics Board and Assistant Chief Attorney with the Veterans Administration
Series VII: Mayor of Lake, Grove, Long Island, New York
Series VIII: Political Campaign Material
Series IX: Papers Relative to the Employment with New York City and Pensions from New York City and the Federal Government
Series X: Private Practice at Lake Grove
Series XI: American Legion
Series XII: Miscellaneous Material
Series XIII: Clippings and Other Documents
Series XIV: Photographs
Series XV: Oversize Material
Series XVI: Medals and Plaques

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Collection Title Alex Pisciotta Papers, 1918-1981
Call Number CMS 038
Extent 26 linear feet in 36 manuscript boxes