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Title America-Italy Society Events – Tarchiani Dinner
Date 10 Jan 1955
Document Type Correspondence; Ephemera
Reference IHRC152, Box 3, Folder 9
Library / Archive Immigration History Research Center Archives, University of Minnesota
Collection Name America-Italy Society Papers
Description Correspondence, table plans, and guest lists for the Tarchiani dinner. Alberto Tarchiana was the Italian Ambassador to the Unites States, and this dinner was held to honour him before leaving America.
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) Colonisation Companies and Emigration Societies; Religion, Ethnic Identity and Community Relations
Country (from) Italy
Country (to) United States of America
Ports New York, United States
Nationality Italian-American; Italian; European; American
Ships Cristoforo Colombo
People Engle, A Ferdinand; Tarchiana, Alberto; Bunker, Elsworth
Keywords America-Italy Society, immigration, leisure, community relations, transport, shipping, agent, hotel, diplomacy, democracy, ambassador, remigration
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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