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Title America-Italy Society Events – Clare Booth Luce Dinner
Date 8 Apr 1953
Document Type Newspaper; Correspondence; Ephemera
Reference IHRC152, Box 3, Folder 2
Library / Archive Immigration History Research Center Archives, University of Minnesota
Collection Name America-Italy Society Papers
Description Correspondence, invitations, programmes and guest lists for a dinner held for the newly-appointed US Ambassador to Italy, Clare Booth Luce, followed by press clippings related to a speech she made at the dinner, claiming that the Eisenhower administration had succeeding in pushing Russia onto the defensive.
Series Description Records (1925-1959) of the America-Italy Society, a cultural organization. They include minutes, correspondence, financial records, brochures, photographs and corporate documents. The series includes information regarding the America-Italy Society's dissolution and correspondence of founder Luigi Criscuolo. Also included is correspondence of Ellsworth Bunker, Thomas McKittrick, John Astor and Clare Booth Luce.
Biographical Note / History The America-Italy Society was a non-profit organization established to encourage closer cultural relations between the USA and Italy.
Theme(s) Permanent Settlement and Successive Generations; Religion, Ethnic Identity and Community Relations
Places Italy
Ports New York, United States
Nationality American
People Luce, Clare Booth
Keywords holidays and celebrations, diplomacy, lobbying
Additional Information Please note: Some of the metadata for this document has been taken from the Immigration History Research Center Archives catalogue.
Catalogue Link Immigration History Research Center Archives Catalogue
Language English; Italian
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