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Paul Avrich anarchism collection, 1890-2006

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Articles and Clippings 1919-2001 (continued)
“Ella Antolini Pomilia” Alien registration card, Bsoton, Mass. Feb. 22, 1942
Photocopy, (2 copies)
“Movimento Anarchico.” Umanitá Nova, January 13, 1921.
“Savignano di Romagna. A.M. Buda Mario: per il Gruppo” Umanitá Nova, June 17, 1921
“Savignano 11. (Mario) Domenica 10 la compagna D’Andrea.”Umanitá Nova, June 17, 1921
Boston Public Library Dept. of Rare Books and Manuscripts, Boston, Mass. Request form for photoduplication of manuscripts for Paul Avrich.
FOLDER 5 Sacco and Vanzetti Files: FBI FOIA requests FOIA correspondence for Sacco-Vanzetti files at the FBI, Jan. 27, 1988-September 28, 1990
(38 items)
Correspondence between Paul Avrich, Emil P. Morchello, Chief, Freedom of Information-Privacy Acts Section, Records Management Division, U.S. Dept. of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation
Correspondence from Gary L. Ackerman, Member of Congress, 7th District, New York, Ted Weiss, Member of Congress, 17th District, New York and Daniel Patrick Moynihan, U.S. Senator, New York
John Eaven for Frank M. Machak, Acting Director, Office of Freedom of Information, Privacy, and Classification Review, U.S. Dept. of State
FOLDER 6 Sacco and Vanzetti Files: FBI FOIA requests fulfilled (1988) Subjects: Sacco/Vanzetti, file number 62-18674.
(36 items). Photocopies of documents, (11 pages)
TLS from Harold P. Williams, United States Attorney to J. Edgar Hoover, Boston, June 2, 1924 Stamped 61-126-686.
3 pages, Photocopy
TLS from Harold P. Williams, United States Attorney to J. Edgar Hoover, Boston, June 30, 1924
2 pages. Stamped 61-126-693. Photocopy
TLS from Harold P. Williams, United States Attorney to J. Edgar Hoover, Boston, July 1, 1924
1 page. Stamped 61-126-694. Photocopy
TLS from Harold P. Williams, United States Attorney to J. Edgar Hoover, Boston, July 15, 1924
Stamped 61-126-704. 2 pages, Photocopy
“Headquarters Northeastern Department. Boston, Mass, July 3, 1919 from Intelligence Officer, Northeastern Department, Boston, to Directory, Military Intelligence. Subject: Bomb Plot Investigations. Signed Henry A. Frothingham, Captain. [Bombing of the A. Mitchell Palmer, Attorney General’s Washington DC home on June 2, 1919]
4 pages. Photocopy
“Plain Words”/ The Anarchist Fighters
Photocopy. (2 copies)
“Memorandum for Captain Isaacs” from Mrs. Isabel Tuska, June 4, 1919 regarding “Plain Words.”
Deposition, Dec. 1, 1920. Vito Marriani and Renato A Rothedi, May 11, 1920. See also Articles and Clippings, Box for Sacco and Vanzetti FBI Files for accompanying documents: 61-126-686, 61-126-693, 61-126-694, 61-126-704
5 pages, Photocopy
FBI Files on Carlo Tresca and Sacco and Vanzetti, (supplied by Nunzio Pernicone)
(21 items)
“FBI Papers on Tresca and S-V”Mailing label from DA. Hilio, Medford Mass. to Nunzio Pernicone, Champaign Ill. Jan 25, 78. 42 pages of documents from Oct. 29, 1921, Nov. 2, Nov. 3, 1921, Nov. 15, 16, 1921, November 25, 1921, Dec. 1, 2, 1921, February 25, 1922, March 6, 1922, May 5, 1922, April 20, 1927
ALS, June 27, 1927 to N. and H. [Lukut?], “Dear Friends” from Bartolomeo Vanzetti. 2 pages. Original letter in the Ewing Cannon Baskette Collection, University of Illinois, Urbana, Rare Book Room
Miscellaneous scattered photocopy pages of FBI reports Joseph A. Barbera for June 10, 1921. Sacco and Vanzetti. Report: New York City, 6-13-21, 6-10
(4 items) 2 pages on 1 sheet
Report by John J. Daly, Providence, RI, [?] 23, 1920. Wall Street, New York, Bomb Explosion, Sept. 16, 1920
Final page of report from Oct. 5, 1921
Final page of report, signed at end: “Lantiantir itario”
FOLDER 7 Sacco and Vanzetti Files: INS FOIA correspondence FOIA [Freedom of Information Act] correspondence for Sacco-Vanzetti related files at the Immigration and Naturalization Service. Correspondence between Paul Avrich, James P. Duell, Director, Information Services Branch, INS, Alice M. Neary, FOIA/PA Reviewing Officer and Margaret Snyder, FOIA specialist
(18 items)
Photocopies of records from 1917, 1918, 1920. File information on G. Gamberra from US Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Immigration.
(15 items) [13] pages. Photocopy
Handwritten notes by Paul Avrich
(1 sheet)
[Deporation orders for Luigi Galleani, et al.] “INS # 54235/33 (from David Kaiser)”
Photocopy. 23 pages
“In Re: Vincenzo or Vincent Brini”
[4] pages. Photocopy
FOLDER 8 Sacco and Vanzetti Files: Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Archives
(3 items)
Finding aid to Commonwealth v. Sacco and Vanzetti , Records 1919, 1920-1924, 1928. Archives and Records Preservation, Supreme Judicial Court Archives, Boston, Massachusetts. Accession number: 83-5
83 pages. Photocopy
TLS, September 25, 1987 , Supreme Judicial Court, Archives and Records Preservation, Boston, Mass. letterhead. Form letter signed by Bruce Shaw, Acting director, conservator
Brochure from the Supreme Judicial Court, Archives and Records Preservation, Boston, Mass [1987?]
FOLDER 9 Sacco and Vanzetti Files: National Archives Receipt. Researcher application for Paul Avrich, National Archives and Records Administration, 8/4/87
(24 items)
2 receipts for photocopies 12/4/89) ( Correspondence between Paul Avrich and Steven D. Tilley and other staff of the National Archives: 1987-1989
(10 items)
12 photocopies of documents, (1918-1932)
Handwritten notes by Paul Avrich, 1987-1989
(60 pages)
FOLDER 10 Sacco and Vanzetti Files: Permission requests
(15 items)
Receipts and correspondence between Paul Avrich and different institutions and individuals requesting permission to publish photographs. Correspondents include: Herbert Feuerlicht, Museum of the City of New York, Boston Public Library, The Bettmann Archive, and Harvard Law School Art collection
FOLDER 11 Sacco and Vanzetti in the Arts Drama (2 items):“Sacco e Vanzetti, tre atti di Mino Roli e Luciano Vencenzoni”/ Lamberto Trezzini. Teatro Nuovo, Vol. 1, February 1961
(9 items)
“Anarchists Remembered”/ Leonard Lehrman. Review of “The American Dream” at New Haven’s Shubert Performing Arts Center. Forward, April 12, 2002
Newspaper clipping
Film: Film Review.“Sacco and Vanzetti (Italian: Color).”[New York Times?], [March 30?], 1971
(3 items)
Advertisement. “If you see no other film this year, see ‘Sacco and Vanzetti’ ...” The New York Times, October 8, 1971
“Film: A Moving ‘Sacco and Vanzetti’: Lawyers’ Statements Have Current Validity” / Vincent Canby. The New York Times, October 7, 1971
Music: Music sheet for “Two Good Arms” by Charlie King, 2 pages. Pied Asp Music (BMI), 1978 Photocopy + Portrait and caption quotation by Bartolomeo Vanzetti.
Photocopy (2 items)
Visual arts/Sculpture: Color brochure.“Siah Armajani recent Work,” Storm King Art Center, Mountainville, New York, May 15-October 31, 1993
“In the Hudson Valley, Three Moderns, One Age 91” / Michael Kimmelman. The New York Times, July 23, 1993 Review of Siah Armajani show at Storm King Art center in Mountainville, N.Y.
(2 items) Newspaper clipping
FOLDER 12 Sacco and Vanzetti: Opera by Anton Coppola, 1997-1998 ALS, The Papers of Robert Morris, Queens College/CUNY letterhead, April 14, 1997 from Betty Nuxoll to Paul Avrich
(6 items) Typescripts, drafts, correspondence
“Sacco and Vanzetti. An Opera by Anton Coppola.” 1997 Memo. ALS, September 5, 1997.“From the Desk of Anton Coppola”to Paul Avrich.
15, [19] pages. Photocopy of typescript
Added Scene:“Governor Fuller’s Advisory Committee, 1927”
Typewritten note and partial typeset text. 1998. (July 1998). Corrections by Avrich
“Sacco and Vanzetti. An Opera by Anton Coppola.” 1998
12, [52], pages 27-36, 10, [18] pages. Typescript photocopy
FOLDER 13 Sacco and Vanzetti: Opera by Anton Coppola, 1999 “Sacco and Vanzetti: An Opera”/ Anton Coppola. Prologue and Two Acts. 1999.
Bound photocopy of typescript. 113 leaves. “Scene VII”: [12] loose leaves at end. (1 item)

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