Jerre Mangione Papers

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Jerre Mangione papers
Creator: Mangione, Jerre, 1909-1998
Call Number: D.245
Dates: 1909-1998
Physical Description: 213 boxes
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Table of Contents:

Biographical/Historical Note
Scope and Content
Arrangement
Subject(s)
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Access
Use
Citation
Related Materials
Content List
Series I: Early life and family
Subseries I: Education
Box 1:
Box 2: Syracuse University Yearbook - The Onondagan-1930.
Box 3: Aurorans (club that Mangione belonged to, 1923-1930).
Subseries II: Mangione family materials
Box 4:
Series II: Early career
Subseries I: Advertising career materials
Box 5 (see also Box in oversized materials section)
Subseries II: Federal Writer's Project (FWP) materials
Box 6: Writing about the FWP by Jerre Mangione
Box 7: Published articles about the FWP by Jerre Mangione
Box 8: Taber Dissertation
Box 9: FWP State Guide Series Materials- each folder designated "miscellaneous" contains information about specific state projects collected by Mangione.
Box 10: FWP State Guide Series Materials continued- each folder designated "miscellaneous" contains information about specific state projects collected by Mangione.
Box 11: newspaper clippings about the FWP American Guide Series, arranged chronological by decade.
Box 12: Miscellaneous material about the FWP collected by Mangione
Box 13: Material regarding the FWP collected by Mangione.
Box 14: Henry Alsberg and FWP Central office materials
Box 15: Transcripts of Long-distance Telephone Conversations- All TS carbons, most between Henry Alsberg (HA) and project staffers
Box 16: Dies Committee Materials- Enter a brief explanation here or at top note
Box 17: Panels and Exhibit materials regarding the Federal Writers Project Collected by Mangione for research purposes.
Series III: Writing
Manuscripts by Jerre Mangione
Mount Allegro. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1943.
Box 18:
Box 19: Newspaper clippings and reviews, filed chronologically
Box 20. Miscellaneous items about Mount Allegro
The Ship and the Flame. New York: A.A. Wyn Publishers, Current Books, Inc., 1948.
Box 21:
Reunion in Sicily. New York: Columbia University Press, 1950.
Box 22:
Box 23: Newspaper Clippings, Reviews and Correspondence
Night Search, 1965.
Box 24: Night Search, New York, Crown Publishers, 1965.
Box 25: Night Search, New York, Crown Publishers, 1965.
Passion for Sicilians: The World Around Danilo Dolci. New York: William Morrow and Company, Inc. 1968.
Box 26:
Box 27:
Box 28:
Box 29: Newspaper clippings, reviews and miscellaneous items
Box 30: Miscellaneous items about Danilo Dolci used for book
Life Sentences for Everybody. New York: Abelard-Schuman, 1969.
Box 31: Life Sentences for Everybody. New York: Abelard-Schuman, 1969.
America is Also Italian, 1969.
Box 32: America is Also Italian.
The Dream and the Deal: The Federal Writer's Project 1935-1943. Boston: Little and Brown, 1972.
Box 33: Drafts of Manuscript
Box 34: Original Setting Typescripts, Jacket Design and Bibliography
Box 35: Proofs
Box 36:
Box 37: Research for The Dream and the Deal, consisting mainly of photocopies of published materials about the WPA. In original order.
Box 38: Miscellaneous
Box 39: Reviews
Mussolini's March on Rome, October 30, 1922: A Dictator in the Making Achieves Political Power in Italy. New York: Franklin Watts, 1975.
Box 40:
Ethnic at Large. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1978. (Note: Folders are arranged according to the order of the materials upon acquisition).
Box 41:
Box 42:
Box 43:
Box 44:
Box 45:
Box 46: Printer's Galleys: Master Proofs: An Ethnic at Large. 10 folders
Box 47: Prospectus: "From a Former Incarnation": An Ethnic at Large.
Box 48: Notes and research for An Ethnic at Large.
Box 49: Miscellaneous items regarding An Ethnic at Large.
La Storia: Five Centuries of Italian American Experience. With Ben Morreale. New York: Harper Collins Publishers, 1992.
Box 50:
Box 51:
Box 52:
Box 53:
Box 54:
Box 55:
Box 56:
Box 57:
Box 58:
Box 59:
Box 60: NEH Grant relating to La Storia
Box 61: Miscellaneous Materials
They Knew They Were Naked- unpublished Manuscript by Jerre Mangione, n.d.
Box 62: Bound draft, TS no editing.
Box 63: Drafts
Box 64: Drafts which appear to be portions of the novel, but are in fragments.
Box 65: Miscellaneous drafts: kept in original order, very unorganized.
Related Material: Plays based on Mount Allegro
Box 66: Light the Candles
Box 67: Mount Allegro- adapted for GEVA Theater in Rochester, NY
Articles/Stories by Jerre Mangione
Published articles: arranged chronologically
Box 68:
Box 69
Box 70:
Box 71: Oversize articles
Unpublished Manuscripts- arranged by title of story alphabetically
Box 72:
Box 73:
Box 74:
Box 75: Miscellaneous Drafts- unidentified, no date. (21 folders)
Box 76: Miscellaneous Drafts legal sized- unidentified, no date. (2 folders)
Notebooks/notes by JM- most are miscellaneous notes. Not in any specific order unless noted.
Box 77: Small notebooks/Address books kept by JM
Box 78: Notes/ notebooks kept by JM (10 folders)
Box 79: Notes/ notebooks kept by JM (12 folders)
Box 80: Notes/ notebooks kept by JM (11 folders)
Box 81: Notes/ notebooks kept by JM (8 folders)
Research Files-
Alphabetically arranged. Research files found in this section appear to be related to La Storia, yet were not marked as such upon acquisition.
Box 82: A-C
Box 83: D-Eth
Box 84: Eth- Fam
Box 85: F
Box 86: I- L
Box 87: M-O
Box 88: O
Box 89: P
Box 90: R - S
Box 91: S-T
Box 92: T - W
Research Files: Arranged by Topic -- as they were found in Mangione's hanging files
Box 93: Centers, Groups, and Associations
Box 94: Education (5 folders)
Box 95: Folklore (see also "F")
Box 96: Health
Box 97: Immigration
Box 98: Regions
Box 99: Politics
Box 100: Unions
Box 101: Unions (continued)
Box 102: Italian Internment in WWII
Box 103: Unlabeled folders
Research: Bibliographies collected by Jerre Mangione
Box 104: Miscellaneous Bibliographies (10 folders)
Box 105: Miscellaneous Bibliographies
Articles by other authors, collected by Mangione. (Arranged alphabetically by author).
Box 106: A - Ba
Box 107: Bb-Bz
Box 108: C
Box 109: D - E
Box 110: F - G
Box 111: H - L
Box 112: M - Mon
Box 113: Moo- Nn
Box 114: No - R
Box 115: S - Tq
Box 116: Tr - V
Box 117: W - Z and no name correspondence
Box 118: Oversize articles by other authors, B-Y.
Box 119: Anne Paolucci Materials
Box 120: Tina DeRosa Materials (author of Paper Fish)
Series IV: Teaching materials
Subseries I: University of Pennsylvania teaching materials
Box 121:
Box 122:
Box 123: Leon Lecture Series at the University of Pennsylvania
Subseries II: Conferences/speaking engagements
Box 124:
Box 125:
Box 126:
Box 127:
Series V: Materials about Jerre Mangione
Subseries I: Awards
Box 128: (Oversize) Awards
Box 129: Awards
Box 130: Awards
Box 131: Awards
Box 132: Awards
Box 133: Honorary Degrees (see also)
Subseries II: Exhibits
Box 134:
Box 135:
Subseries III: Articles/stories about Jerre Mangione
Box 136:
Box 137: Dissertations written about Jerre Mangione.
Box 138: Dissertations written about Jerre Mangione.
Series VI: Audio-visual materials
Subseries I: Photographs
Box 139:
Box 139A:
Box 140: Photos from the Mangione Exhibit at the University of Rochester, in order of cases
Box 141: Photographs and Illustrations used for La Storia (7 folders)
Box 142 (Photo Album): Mangione Family Photos
Box 143 (Photo Album): Jerre and Patricia Mangione photos, Yaddo and MacDowell Colony, Jerre and Friends
Box 144 (Photo Album): Photographs from various books and plays based on JM's books
Box 145 (Photo Album): Photographs from trips to Sicily
Box 146 (Oversize photo in special sleeve):
Subseries II: Record albums
Box 147: 33 rpm record albums by Mangione's nephews, Chuck and Gap Mangione, arranged chronologically.
Box 148: 33 rpm record albums collected by Mangione. Arranged alphabetically by title.
Subseries III: Audio tapes
Box 149
INTERVIEWS, organized by last name:
Box 149a
RADIO OR TELEVISION PROGRAMS/LECTURES TAPED BY JERRE MANGIONE:
Box 149a
Box 149b
LISTING OF INSCRIBED BOOKS AND PAPERS WITH SOME COMMENTARY
Box 149b
Miscellaneous Audio Tapes
Box 149b
Box 150
Series VII: Oversize items
Box 151: Diplomas
Box 152: Exhibit Photos (possibly from the Library of Congress Exhibit?)
Box 153: Framed map of Mount Allegro Neighborhood
Box 154: Miscellaneous large photographs and printed ephemera
Box 154a: Advertising materials- Mangione's ad layouts
Box 155: Plaster cast of Mangione's head made while he was a student at Syracuse University
Box 156: Miscellaneous Awards, including: (SEE ALSO)
Box 157: Mariano DiVito Award, 1993 (SEE ALSO)
Box 158: Clothing
Box 159: Book Award
Box 160: Painting of Jerre Mangione by Morel Pagano, 1996.
Box 161: Glass plate negatives for illustrations of Mount Allegro (Caution HEAVY)
Box 162: Glass Vase. Souvenir from Mangione's 50th Class reuinion at Syracuse University.
Series VIII: Correspondence
Subseries I: General correspondence
Box 190: 1930-1989
Box 191: 1990-n.d.
Subseries II: Correspondence with publishers and literary agencies
Box 192: A-Cov
Box 193: Cr-Gu
Box 194: H-H.W.
Box 195: I-Mu
Box 196: N-Ru
Box 197: S-U
Box 198: W
Subseries III: Book dealers
Box 199: Arthur Scharf
Subseries IV: Correspondence with journals, magazines and newspapers
Box 200: A-N
Box 201: P-
Subseries V: Correspondence with organizations, societies and institutions
Box 202: Ac-Ame
Box 203: Ame-Amici (1981)
Box 204: Amici 1982-1990
Box 205: Amici (1991)-Au
Box 206: B-Cen
Box 207: Cen-Ear
Box 208: Ele-Fu
Box 209: Gi-In
Box 210: It-Or
Box 211: Pa-Sm
Box 212: Soc-Univ
Box 213: V-Y
Box 214: Friends of Danilo Dolci
Box 215: Postcards, notecards, holiday cards
Box 216: Publications arranged alphabetically by name, A-
Series IX: Miscellaneous
Box 217
Box 218
Collection Overview
Title: Jerre Mangione papers
Creator: Mangione, Jerre, 1909-1998
Call Number: D.245
Dates: 1909-1998
Physical Description: 213 boxes
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Biographical/Historical Note
Chronology

March 20, 1909:

Gerlando (Jerre) Mangione is the first of four children born to Gaspare Mangione and Josephine (Polizzi) Mangione in Rochester, New York

1927-1931: Attended Syracuse University, where Mangione founded and edited the Chap Book and wrote "Museings" a daily column for the school newspaper

1931: Worked for Time Magazine

1934-1937: Robert M. McBride and Company, publishers; Wrote freelance book reviews for the New Republic, New York Sun, New York Herald Tribune Books, New York Post. Contributed articles to The Nation, Travel, Harper's Bazaar, Literary Digest, Globe, and Broun's Nutmeg

1936: First trip to Sicily

1937: Associate Information Specialist with the Resettlement Administration

March 1937-September 1939: National Coordinating editor of the Federal Writer's Project

October 1939: Public Relations Specialist with the Census Bureau of the Department of Commerce- provided magazine publicity for the 1940 census. Worked for two months on the World's Fair Exhibit of the Federal Works Agency

June 1940: Information Specialist for the Department of Justice- helped publicize alien registration of 1940

February 1941 Public relations staffer for the Department of Justice

July 1942: Appointed special assistant to the United States commission of Immigration and Naturalization Service- moved to new headquarters in Philadelphia.

1942: Mount Allegro published-a memoir depicting his early life in Rochester among his Sicilian relatives and immigrant neighbors.

July 1946-July 1947: Awarded John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Literary Fellowship

December 7, 1947: Marries Carolyn Carles

1948: Ship and the Flame published

1950: Reunion in Sicily published

1955-1962: Worked at A. Paul Lefton Advertising Agency

1957: Marries Patricia Anthony

1961: Becomes a Professor in the Department of English at the University of Pennsylvania

1965: Night Search published ;Life Sentences for Everybody published

1968: A Passion for Sicilians: The World Around Danilo Dolci published

1969: America is Also Italian published

1972: The Dream and the Deal published

1975: Mussolini's March on Rome published

1978: An Ethnic at Large: A Memoir of America in the 1930s and 1940 ; Named Emeritus Professor of American Literature at the University of Pennsylvania

1987: Sold his personal papers to the University of Rochester Libraries.

1992: La Storia: Five Centuries of the Italian American Experience published; Awarded the Christopher Columbus Quincentanary Award by New York Governor Mario Cuomo

1993: Library of Congress archival exhibit on Mangione

August 16, 1998: Jerre Mangione dies in Haverford, PA at the age of 89

March 11, 2002: Patricia Anthony Mangione dies in Haverford, PA.

Scope and Content
The Jerre Mangione Papers consists of his extensive correspondence, personal and work-related documents, newspaper clippings and reviews, manuscripts, notes, and miscellanea.

Arrangement
Early Life and Family

Early Career

Federal Writers Project

Writing Materials:

Manuscripts

Articles

Research materials

Articles by other authors

Teaching at the University of Pennsylvania :

Conferences/Speaking

Materials about Mangione :

Awards

Exhibits

Articles about Mangione

Audio-Visual Materials:

Photographs

Audio Tapes

Record Albums

Video Tapes

Oversize Items

Miscellaneous

Correspondence

Explanation of Abbreviations

JM: Jerre Mangione

MS.: manuscript (handwritten)

TS: typescript

TS with MS corrections.: typescript with manuscript revisions

Subject(s):
Italian Americans--Social life and customs
Manuscripts
Correspondence
Newspaper clippings
Mangione, Jerre, 1909-1998
Authors, American
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The Jerre Mangione Papers were Gift of Robert C. Stevens, 1986, augmented by Ben Morreale, 1994 and subsequent gifts from Jerre Mangione.Access
The Jerre Mangione papers is open for research use. Researchers are advised to contact Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation prior to visiting. Upon arrival, researchers will also be asked to fill out a registration form and provide photo identification.Use
Reproductions are made upon request but can be subject to restrictions. Permission to publish materials from the collection must currently be requested. Please note that some materials may be copyrighted or restricted. It is the researcher's obligation to determine and satisfy copyright or other case restrictions when publishing or otherwise distributing materials found in the collections. For more information contact rarebks@library.rochester.eduCitation
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Content List
Series I: Early life and family
Subseries I: Education
These materials pertain to JM's days in school, not as a teacher but as a pupil.

Box 1:
The Pathfinder- Washington Junior High School Graduation, January, 1924.
Janua 1926- book created by the Class of 1926, 1926
Orient- East High School Yearbook, 1927
The Clarion, May 19, 1953
East High newspaper

Article by Mangione's High School Principal- James M. Spinning, published in the Democrat and Chronicle, "Name Schools for Wilcox, Weet", March 2, 1956.
SU Daily Orange certificate
Phi Delta Epsilon certificate
Box 2: Syracuse University Yearbook - The Onondagan-1930.
Box 3: Aurorans (club that Mangione belonged to, 1923-1930).
Folder 1. Scrapbook hand-written by JM and others
Folder 2. Photocopy of above Scrapbook.
Subseries II: Mangione family materials
Box 4:
Folder 1. Genealogy - Mangione Family
Folder 2. Josephine Mangione Obituaries (JM's mother), March 5 and 6, 1969
Folder 3. Chuck Mangione (JM's nephew) miscellaneous materials. Reviews/newspaper clippings, etc.
Folder 4. Chuck Mangione miscellaneous materials. Reviews/newspaper clippings, etc.
Folder 5. Gap Mangione (JM's nephew) miscellaneous materials. Reviews/newspaper clippings, etc.
Folder 6. Frank Mangione (JM's brother) miscellaneous materials.
Folder 7. Patricia Mangione (JM's wife) miscellaneous materials.
Folder 8. Memoir by Guieseppina Mangione Monroe (JM's Aunt)
Folder 9. Court proceedings of a murder trial concerning Cologero Polizzi (JM's mother's brother) who was killed trying to prevent two guests a a wedding party from murdering each other.
Folder 10. Cole Street House Sale materials
Folder 11. Cole Street House Insurance materials
Folder 12. Cole Street House Maintenance materials
Folder 13. Cole Street House Deed, Title, Bond
Series II: Early career
Subseries I: Advertising career materials
Box 5 (see also Box 154a in oversized materials section)
Folder 1. Correspondence concerning N.W. Ayers and Sons, 1948-1958.
Folder 2. Ayer News Files, April 1948- February 1951
Folder 3. Advertisements for N. W. Ayers and Sons
Folder 4. Advertisements for N. W. Ayers and Sons
Folder 5. Advertisements for N. W. Ayers and Sons
Folder 6. Advertisements for N. W. Ayers and Sons
Folder 7. "Autobiographical Notes Plus Remembrances of My Life at N. W. Ayer as an Inexperienced Copy Writer" by JM
Folder 8. Correspondence concerning A. Paul Lefton Agency, 1955-1962 and n.d.
Folder 9. Philadelphia Electric Ads for A. Paul Lefton
Folder 10. Television Commercials for A. Paul Lefton
Folder 11. Miscellaneous Ads for A. Paul Lefton
Subseries II: Federal Writer's Project (FWP) materials
These papers consist mainly of materials collected by Mangione for research on the FWP conducted in the late 1960s and early 1970s for his book The Dream and the Deal, consisting of many photocopies and newspaper newspaper clippings about the project. The main interest to researchers may lie in his typed drafts of papers about the FWP, and in boxes 14 & 15, which consists of transcripts of phone conversations between Project Director Henry Alsberg and various FWP staffers. Many of these conversations are quoted in The Dream and the Deal.

Box 6: Writing about the FWP by Jerre Mangione
Folder:
Folder 1. "Another Federal Writer's Project?" 3p. TS carbon
Folder 2. "The Federal Writer's Project in Illinois: A Fertile Spawning Ground for Literary Talent" 6p. TS PC
Folder 3. "The Federal Writer's Project in California." 5p. TS carbon
Folder 4. "A Summary: The Federal Writer's Project." 19p. TS PC
Folder 5. "The Federal Writer's Project: Boondoggle or Bonanza? 12p. TS PC presented January 9, 1987 a t the Center for Constructive Alternatives
Folder 6. "The Federal Writer's Project and Ethnicity." 18p. TS PC
Folder 7. "The WPA Federal Writer's Project." 8p. TS PC
Folder 8. "The Federal Writer's Project: An Introduction." 19p. TS
Folder 9. "Federal One and the Art Project." 6p. TS with MS corrections.
Folder 10. "The WPA Writer's Project and the American Writer. " 7p TS with MS corrections.
Folder 11. "Federal One" 32p. TS with MS corrections and notes.
Folder 12. "The American Guide Series." 12p. TS with MS corrections.
Folder 13. "The Federal Writer's Project: An Overview." 29p TS with MS corrections.
Folder 14. "Authors Have to Eat Too." 2p TS carbon with Two letters attached.
Folder 15. Miscellaneous TS pages about the FWP
Box 7: Published articles about the FWP by Jerre Mangione
Folder:
Folder 1. Photocopies of newsclippings of articles by JM
Folder 2. Original newspaper clippings of articles by JM
Folder 3. "The Great Legacy of the Federal Writer's Project" a collection of the best works in Microfiche, and clothbound reprint editions with a Historical Introduction by Jerre Mangione.
Box 8: Taber Dissertation
Ph D in American Studies dissertation by Ronald Warren Taber: "The Federal Writer's Project in the Pacific Northwest: A Case Study." Washington State University, 1969.
Box 9: FWP State Guide Series Materials- each folder designated "miscellaneous" contains information about specific state projects collected by Mangione.
Folder:
Folder 1. Alabama miscellaneous
Folder 2. Alabama State Guide Dust Jacket
Folder 3. Alaska miscellaneous
Folder 4. Alaska State Guide Dust Jacket
Folder 5. Arizona miscellaneous
Folder 6. California miscellaneous
Folder 7. Colorado miscellaneous
Folder 8. Colorado State Guide Dust Jacket
Folder 9. Connecticut miscellaneous
Folder 10. Connecticut State Guide Dust Jacket
Folder 11. Delaware miscellaneous
Folder 12. Florida miscellaneous
Folder 13. Georgia miscellaneous
Folder 14. Idaho miscellaneous
Folder 15. Illinois -DuPage County miscellaneous
Folder 16. Illinois - Dupage County Guide Dust Jacket
Folder 17. Illinois- information on Civil Liberties
Folder 18. Illinois miscellaneous
Folder 19. Indiana miscellaneous
Folder 20. Indiana State Guide Dust Jacket
Folder 21. Iowa miscellaneous
Folder 22. Iowa State Guide Dust Jacket
Folder 23. Kansas miscellaneous
Folder 24. Kansas State Guide Dust Jacket
Folder 25. Kentucky miscellaneous
Folder 26. Louisiana miscellaneous
Folder 27. Louisiana State Guide Dust Jacket
Folder 28. Maine miscellaneous
Folder 29. Maine State Guide Dust Jacket
Folder 30. Maryland miscellaneous
Folder 31. Massachusetts miscellaneous
Folder 32. Massachusetts State Guide Dust Jacket
Folder 33. Michigan miscellaneous
Folder 34. Michigan State Guide Dust Jacket
Folder 35. Minnesota miscellaneous
Folder 36. Minnesota State Guide Dust Jacket
Folder 37. Mississippi miscellaneous
Folder 38. Missouri miscellaneous
Folder 39. Missouri State Guide Dust Jacket
Folder 40. Montana miscellaneous
Box 10: FWP State Guide Series Materials continued- each folder designated "miscellaneous" contains information about specific state projects collected by Mangione.
Folder 1. Nebraska miscellaneous
Folder 2. Nevada miscellaneous
Folder 3. Nevada State Guide Dust Jacket
Folder 4. New Hampshire miscellaneous
Folder 5. New Hampshire State Guide Dust Jacket
Folder 6. New Jersey miscellaneous
Folder 7. New Mexico miscellaneous
Folder 8. New York City miscellaneous
Folder 9. New York State miscellaneous
Folder 10. North Carolina miscellaneous
Folder 11. North Carolina State Guide Dust Jacket
Folder 12. North Dakota miscellaneous
Folder 13. North Dakota State Guide Dust Jacket
Folder 14. Ohio miscellaneous
Folder 15. Oklahoma miscellaneous
Folder 16. Oklahoma State Guide Dust Jacket
Folder 17. Oregon miscellaneous
Folder 18. Pennsylvania miscellaneous
Folder 19. Tennessee miscellaneous
Folder 20. Tennessee State Guide Dust Jacket
Folder 21. Texas miscellaneous
Folder 22. Texas State Guide Dust Jacket
Folder 23. Utah miscellaneous
Folder 24. Vermont miscellaneous
Folder 25. Vermont State Guide Dust Jacket
Folder 26. Virginia miscellaneous
Folder 27. Washington, DC miscellaneous
Folder 28. Washington State miscellaneous
Folder 29. West Virginia miscellaneous
Folder 30. Wisconsin miscellaneous
Folder 31. The Ocean Highway
Folder 32. US One
Folder 33. Rochester and Monroe County guide miscellaneous
Folder 34. New Orleans City Guide miscellaneous
Box 11: newspaper clippings about the FWP American Guide Series, arranged chronological by decade.
Folder:
Folder 1. 1930-1939
Folder 2. 1940-1949
Folder 3. 1960-1969
Folder 4. 1970-1979
Folder 5. 1980-1989
Folder 6. 1990-1999
Folder 7. no date material
Box 12: Miscellaneous material about the FWP collected by Mangione
Folder:
Folder 1. "Immigrant Settlements in Connecticut: Their Growth and Characteristics" by Samuel Koenig, pH D. PC
Folder 2. "Record of the Works Progress Administration, Connecticut, 1935-1944" PC
Folder 3. "Richard Wright and the Chicago Renaissance" by Robert Bone. PC with MS note attached
Folder 4. PC of testimony, out of original order
Folder 5. Collection of "Federal Art Patronage Notes" newsletter edited by Francis V. O'Connor, 1979-1983.
Folder 6. Pickaxe and Pencil: References for the Study of the WPA, 1982. PC
Folder 7. Other Arts Projects miscellaneous
Folder 8. "The WPA and Literature" 8 p TS, and "The Federal Writer's Project: a Symbol of the New Deal and It's Decade" by Anne Margaret Palmbaum, 1966
Folder 9. Miscellaneous
Box 13: Material regarding the FWP collected by Mangione.
Folder:
Folder 1. Folklore Studies Questionnaire
Folder 2. Folklore Studies miscellaneous
Folder 3. Folklore Studies clippings/correspondence and notes
Folder 4. Supplementary Instructions #5 to the American Guide Manual: Indians and Indian Life, 1935. PC
Folder 5. Instructions, including an organizational chart of the FWP, examples of description, and Mangione's notes
Folder 6. Published guides to FWP publications
Folder 7. JM's typed notes about project staffers
Folder 8. FWP directors and home addresses
Folder 9. JM's typed notes on reviews of American Guide Series
Folder 10. JM's typed notes on the FWP
Box 14: Henry Alsberg and FWP Central office materials
Folder 1. Transcript of a meeting in Alsberg's office, November 10, 1936. 4p TS
Folder 2. Memos from Alsberg to: Jacob Baker and Bruce McClure, April 17, 1936, 1p TS; Morton Milford, January 12, 1937, 1p TS; Harry L. Hopkins, January 22, 1937, 1p TS
Folder 3. 4 Speeches made by Alsberg.
Folder 4. Photocopy of Statement made by Alsberg before the House Sub-Committee on the WPA
Folder 5. Miscellaneous newspaper clippings about Alsberg
Folder 6. Letters between Alsberg and Staffers
Folder 7. Letters to Alsberg AFTER he left the FWP.
Folder 8. Notice to All Writer's Project Workers
Folder 9. Memos from Harry L. Hopkins. 1935-1938.
Folder 10. Photocopied Memos from Reed Harris to various staffers. 19 memos between April 1936- June 1937.
Folder 11. Memos from Robert W. Bruere to Paul U. Kellogg, both on June 23, 1937. 2 PC
Folder 12. Office Memos, 1942
Folder 13. FWP Facts and Figures PC 2p
Folder 14. Poem: "A Tour is a Tour...." n.d.
Folder 15. Poem: "The Daring Young Man of the WPA" n.d.
Folder 16. Poem: "Jesus Christ to you I pray..." n.d.
Folder 17. Poem: "I want to be an expert...." n.d.
Folder 18. Poem by J.H. Norris
Folder 19. Excerpts from letters received by the government... PC
Folder 20. Sketches of Henry Alsberg by Patricia Mangione
Folder 21. Works Program Press Release, 1935
Box 15: Transcripts of Long-distance Telephone Conversations- All TS carbons, most between Henry Alsberg (HA) and project staffers
Folder 1: Conversations between:
1. HA and Mr. Cheney, Hartford Connecticut, n.d.
2. HA and Mr. Cunningham, October 2, 1935
3. HA and Mr. Smith on Virginia, October 2, 1935
4. HA and Henry Boynton, Rhode Island, October 2, 1935
5. HA and and Mr. Cronyn, October 4, 1935
6. HA and Mr. Cronyn, October 15, 1935
7. Mr. Coleman of Annapolis, MD and Mr. Cronyn, October 16, 1935
8. Mr. Bryan of Richmond, VA and Mr. Cronyn, October 16, 1935
9. Conversation with Miss Eckman, Wilmington, DE on October 25, 1935
10. HA and Mr. Frederic C. Schouman of Detroit, October 25, 1935
11. HA and Mr. Engelhorn, October 29, 1935
12. HA and Miss Eckman, October 29, 1935
13. HA and Mr. Morrissson of Lincoln, Nebraska, November 1, 1935
14. HA and Mr. Corse of Florida, November 1, 1935
15. Shorthand notes on HA and Mr. Burns of West Virginia on November 2, 1935
16. Shorthand notes on HA and Mr. Burns of West Virginia on November 5, 1935
17. HA and Stephen Leo of Maine, November 6, 1935
18. HA and Darel McConkey of Baltimore, November 6, 1935
19. HA and Mr. Niles of Massachusetts, November 6, 1935
20. HA and William Key of Atlanta, November 7, 1935
21. HA and Clifford K. Shipton of Boston, November 7, 1935
22. HA and Darel McConkey of Baltimore, November 8, 1935
23. HA and Mr. Cronyn in New York, November 8, 1935
24. HA and Geraldine Parker of St. Louis, November 8, 1935
25. Miss Eri Douglass and Mr. McConkey of Jackson Mississippi, November 9, 1935
26. HA and Mr. Belcher of Baltimore, November 12, 1935
27. HA and J. Warren Belcher of Baltimore, November 12, 1935
28. HA and Harold Stein of New York, November 12, 1935
29. HA and Mr. F. W. McCullough of Charleston, November 12, 1935
30. HA and William Cunningham of New York, November 12, 1935
Folder 2: Conversations between:
1. HA and Mr. Branham of Albany, N.Y., November 18, 1935
2. HA and Dr. Gray of Albany, NY, November 14, 1935
3. HA and Logan Sisson of Pittsburgh, P.A., November 14 1935
4. HA and Mr. McCulough of Charleston, W.V., November 14, 1935
5. HA and Mr. McCulough of Charleston, WV, November 14, 1935
6. HA and Mr. Langsdorf of New York City, November 15, 1935
7. HA and Mr. Van Olinda of New York City, November 15, 1935
8. HA and Mr. Shipton of Boston, November 18, 1935
9. HA and Mr. Belcher of Baltimore, November 19, 1935
10. HA and Mr. Englehorn of New York City, November 19, 1935
11. HA and Mr. Burton of Lincoln, N.E., November 19, 1935
12. HA and Mrs. Parker of Jefferson City, MO, November 19, 1935
13. HA and C.F. Bornefeld of Baltimore, November 20, 1935
14. HA and Mr. Murphy of Topeka, KS, November 20, 1935
15. HA and Mr. Belcher of Baltimore, November 21, 1935
16. HA and Mr. Branham of Albany, NY, November 21, 1935
17. HA and Burton Kline of Newark, NJ, November 21, 1935
18. HA and J. Warren Belcher of Baltimore, November 22, 1935
19. HA and Paul Radin of San Francisco, November 22, 1935
20. HA and Senator Radcliffe of Baltimore, November 25, 1935
21. HA and Mrs. Chittenden of Detroit, MI, November 25, 1935
22. HA and O.F. Sieder of New Jersey, November 26, 1935
23. HA and Logan Sisson of Pittsburg, November 26, 1935
24. HA and Logan Sisson of Pittsburg, November 26, 1935
25. HA and Warren Belcher of Baltimore, December 3, 1935
26. HA and Dr. Roland Gray of Albany, NY, December 4, 1935
27. HA and Dr. Shipton of Boston, December 4, 1935
28. HA and Mr. Goldsmith of New York City, December 5, 1935
29. HA and Mr. Belcher of Baltimore, December 5, 1935
30. HA and Mrs. Roosevelt, December 5, 1935
31. HA and John James of Richmond, VA, December 6, 1935
32. HA and Jeannette Eckman of Wilmington, DE, December 6, 1935
33. HA and Mr. Branham of Albany, NY, December 6, 1935
34. HA and J.W. Burns of West Virginia, December 9, 1935
35. HA and Dr. Roland Gray of Albany, NY, December 10, 1935
36. HA and Mrs. Chittenden of Detroit, December 12, 1935
37. HA and Carita Corse of Jacksonville, F.L., December 12, 1935
38. HA and James Dunton of Columbus, December 12, 1935
39. HA and Burton Kline of Newark, NJ, December 12, 1935
40. HA and John Derby of New Haven, CT, December 13, 1935
41. HA and Mr. Sisson of Harrisburg, December, 13, 1935
42. HA and Dr. Gray of Albany, NY, December 16, 1935
43. HA and Logan Sisson of Harrisburg, P.A., December 16, 1935
44. HA and George Cronyn of Los Angeles, C.A., December 10, 1935
45. HA and Luise Sillcox of New York City, December 26, 1935
46. HA and Luise Sillcox of New York City, December 26, 1935
47. HA and Maurice Howe of San Francisco, C.A., December 26, 1935
48. HA and Dr. Gray of Albany, NY, December 26, 1935
49. HA and Dr. Clifford Shipton of Boston, MA, December 27, 1935
50. HA and Maurice Howe, San Francisco, C.A., December 27, 1935
51. HA and James Dunton of Ohio, December 28, 1935
52. HA and Dr. Gray of Albany, NY, December 28, 1935
Folder 3: Conversations between:
1. HA and Mr. Branham of Albany, NY, January 3, 1936
2. HA and Jeanette Eckman of Wilmington, DE, January 6, 1936
3. HA and Eric Branham of Albany, NY, January 6, 1936
4. HA and Samuel McCoy of Albany, NY, January 7, 1936
5. HA and Mrs. Chittenden of Detroit, January 8, 1936
6. HA and Miss Echman of Wilmington, January 8, 1936
7. HA and Eric Branham of New York City, January 8, 1936
8. HA and Wallace Miller of Philadelphia, P.A., January 9, 1936
9. George Cronyn and Wallace Miller, January 11, 1936
10. HA and Joseph Gaer of Newark, January 15, 1936
11. HA and Fred Schouman of Detroit, January 15, 1936
12. HA and Logan Sissman of Harrisburg, P.A., January 16, 1936
13. HA, Mr. Meeker, and Wallace Miller, DC, January 21, 1936
14. Wallace Miller and Kenneth Meeker, Harrison P.A., January 21, 1936
15. HA and Dr. Sckenrode of Richmond, January 22, 1936
16. HA and Mr. Branham of Albany, January 22, 1936
17. HA and Mrs. Kellock of Jacksonville, January 22, 1936
18. HA and Mr. Van Olinda of New York, January 23, 1936
19. HA and Dr. Eckenrode of Richmond, January 23, 1936
20. HA and W. K. Van Olinda of New York City, January 23, 1936
21. HA and Darel McConkey, Charleston, WV, January 23, 1936
22. HA and Darel McConkey, Charleston, WV, January 23, 1936
23. HA and Mr. Van Olinda of New York, January 23, 1936
24. HA and Darel McConkey, Charleston, WV, January 23, 1936
25. Wallace Miller and Paul French of Philadelphia, January 24, 1936
26. HA and Wallace Miller of Washington DC, January 25, 1936
27. HA, Wallace Miller, and Mr. Harris, New Orleans, January 29, 1936
28. HA and James Dunton of Columbus, OH, January 29, 1936
29. HA and Katharine Kellock of Columbia, SC, January 30, 1936
30. HA and Joseph Gaer of Indianapolis, January 31, 1936
31. HA, Wallace Miller, and Paul French of Washington, DC, January 31, 1936
32. HA and Lawrence Morris of Lincoln, NE, January 31, 1936
Folder 4: Conversations between:
1. Wallace Miller and Darel McConkey, Mobile, February 1, 1936
2. HA and Joseph Gaer of Columbus, OH, February 3, 1936
3. HA and Katherine Kellock, February 3, 1936
4. HA and Paul French of Harrisburg, February 6, 1936
5. HA and Orrick Johns of New York City, February 6, 1936
6. HA and Katharine Kellock of Knoxville, TN, February 8, 1936
7. Mr. Baker and Mr. McClure of Key West, FL, February 10, 1936
8. Mr. Baker and Mr. Nunn of New York City, February 10, 1936
9. HA and Mr. Baker of Richmond, VA, February 10, 1936
10. Mr. Baker and Mr. Nunn, February 11, 1936
11. Mr. Baker and Mr. Nunn of New York City, February 11, 1936
12. Mr. Baker and Samuel McCoy, February 11, 1936
13. Mr. Baker and Mr. Nunn of New York City, February 12, 1936
14. Mr. Baker and Mr. Nunn of New York City, February 13, 1936
15. HA and Joseph Gaer of Newark, NJ, February 17, 1936
16. HA and William Upson of Middlebury, VT, February 18, 1936
17. HA and Rebecca Reyer of New York, February 18, 1936
18. HA and Dr. Gray of Albany, NY, February 19, 1936
19. HA and Rebecca Reyer of Boston, February 20, 1936
20. HA and Orrick Johns, February 26, 1936
21. HA and James Dunton of Columbus, OH, February 27, 1936
22. HA and Orrick Johns of New York City, February 27, 1936
23. HA and Orrick Johns of New York City, February 27, 1936
24. HA and William Nunn of New York, February 28, 1936
Folder 5: Conversations between:
1. HA and Mrs. Fuhlbruegge of Newark, March 3, 1936
2. HA and Darel McConkey of Richmond, March 3, 1936
3. HA and Darel McConkey of Richmond, March 3, 1936
4. HA and Roderick Seidenberg of New York City, March 3, 1936
5. HA, Elder Speaking, and Miss Eckmann of Wilmington, DE, March 4, 1936
6. HA and Paul French of Philadelphia, P.A., March 4, 1936
7. HA and Paul French of Philadelphia, P.A., March 4, 1936
8. HA and Joseph Gaer of Columbus, March 4, 1936
9. HA and Dr. Singerald of Baltimore, March 4, 1936
10. HA and Orrick Johns of New York City, March 4, 1936
11. HA and Mr. Maisch of Baltimore, March 4, 1936
12. HA and Darel McConkey of Richmond, March 4, 1936
13. HA and Darel McConkey of Richmond, March 5, 1936
14. HA and Irene Furlbruegge of Newark, March 5, 1936
15. HA and Mr. Pinckney of Columbia, SC, March 6, 1936
16. HA and James McGraw of New York City, March 6, 1936
17. HA and Rebecca Reyer of Boston, March 9, 1936
18. HA and James McGraw of New York City, March 9, 1936
19. HA and Orrick Johns of New York City, March 9, 1936
20. HA and Luise Sillcox of New York City, March 4, 1936
21. HA and Lawrence Morris of Denver, March 9, 1936
22. HA, Wallace Miller and Dr. Evans of Texas, March 9, 1936
23. HA and Joseph Gaer of Indianapolis, March 9, 1936
24. HA and Irene Furlbruegge of Newark, March 10, 1936
25. HA and Mr. Maisch of Newark, March 10, 1936
26. HA and Darel McConkey of Charleston,WV, March 12, 1936
27. HA and Darel McConkey of Charleston,WV, March 12, 1936
28. HA and Dr. Singewald of Baltimore, March 12, 1936
29. HA and Darel McConkey, March 13, 1936
30. HA and Darel McConkey of Charleston, March 13, 1936
31. HA, Mr. Browing and Mr. Bridges, March 13, 1936
32. HA and Orrick Johns of New York City, March 13, 1936
33. HA and Roderick Seidenberg of Boston, March 13, 1936
34. HA and Roderick Seidenberg of Boston, March 14, 1936
35. HA and Rebecca Reyer of Boston, March 18, 1936
36. HA and Dr. Evans of Baltimore, March 18, 1936
37. HA and Irene Furlbruegge of Newark, NJ, March 19, 1936
38. HA and Roderick Seidenberg of Boston, March 20, 1936
39. HA and Roderick Seidenberg of Boston, March 21, 1936
40. HA and Darel McConkey of Nashville, March 20, 1936
41. HA and William Nunn of New York City, March 21, 1936
42. HA and Roderick Seidenberg of Boston, March 23, 1936
43. HA and William Nunn of New York City, March 23, 1936
44. HA and Roderick Seidenberg of New York City, March 24, 1936
45. HA and Orrick Johns of New York City, March 24, 1936
46. HA and Mabel Montgomery of Columbia, March 25, 1936
47. HA and Joseph Gaer of Madison, March 25, 1936
48. HA and Warren Belcher of Baltimore, March 25, 1936
49. HA and Roderick Seidenberg of Boston, March 25, 1936
50. HA and Roderick Seidenberg of Boston, March 26, 1936
51. HA and Roderick Seidenberg of Boston, March 27, 1936
52. HA and Roderick Seidenberg of Boston, March 27, 1936
53. HA and Roderick Seidenberg of Boston, March 27, 1936
54. HA and Roderick Seidenberg of Boston, March 28, 1936
55. HA and James Magraw of New York City, March 30, 1936
56. HA and Mrs. Carolyn Dillard of Atlanta, March 30, 1936
57. HA and Luise Sillcox of New York City, March 31, 1936
58. HA and Dr. Echenrode of Richmond, March 31, 1936
Folder 6: Conversations between:
1. HA and Roderick Seidenberg of Boston, April 3, 1936
2. HA and Orrick Johns of New York City, April 3, 1936
3. HA and Paul French of Philadelphia, April 7, 1936
4. HA and William Nunn of New York City, April 8, 1936
5. HA and Roderick Seidenberg of Boston, April 8, 1936
6. HA and C.B. Nelson of Little Rock, 1936
7. HA and Orrick Johns of New York City, April 8, 1936
8. HA and Paul French of Philadelphia, April 9, 1936
9. HA and Wallace Miller of Baltimore, April 9, 1936
10. HA and Wallace Miller of Baltimore, April 9, 1936
11. HA and Jeanette Eckmann of Wilmington, April 10, 1936
12. HA and Orrick Johns of New York City, April 11, 1936
13. HA and Lawrence Morris of Nashville, April 16, 1936
14. HA and Maurice Howe of Reno, April 16, 1936
15. HA and Mr. Randau of New York City, April 16, 1936
16. HA and Paul French of Philadelphia, April 16, 1936
17. Mr. Gaer and Fred Schouman of Detroit, April 17, 1936
18. HA and James Dunton of Columbus, April 17, 1936
19. HA and Roderick Seidenberg of Albany, April 17, 1936
20. HA and Roderick Seidenberg of New York City, April 21, 1936
21. HA and Orrick Johns of New York City, April 21, 1936
22. HA, Alexander Williams, and William Nunn of New York City, April 21, 1936
23. HA and James MaGraw of New York City, April 22, 1936
24. HA and Roderick Seidenberg of New York City, April 22, 1936
25. HA and Orrick Johns of New York City, April 22, 1936
26. HA and Mr. Stevens of New York City, April 22, 1936
27. HA and James MaGraw of New York City, April 22, 1936
28. HA and William Nunn of New York City, April 23, 1936
29. HA and Ivan Now Auw of New York City, April 23, 1936
30. HA and William Nunn of New York City, April 24, 1936
31. HA and Roderick Seidenberg of New York City, April 25, 1936
32. HA and Rebecca Reyher of New York City, April 25, 1936
33. HA and Roderick Seidenberg of New York City, April 24, 1936
34. HA and Henry Brandyee of New York City, April 25, 1936
35. HA and Jay Du Von of Des Moines, April 27, 1936
36. HA, Roderick Seidenberg, and Rebecca Reyher of New York City, April 27, 1936
37. HA and Ivan Now Auw of New York City, April 27, 1936
38. HA and Wallace Miller of Boston, April 27, 1936
39. HA, James Hopper, and Dr. Evans of San Francisco, April 29, 1936
40. HA and Orrick Johns of New York City, April 29, 1936
41. HA, Mrs. Parker, and Lawrence Morris of St. Louis, April 30, 1936
Folder 7: Conversations between:
1. HA and William Nunn of New York City, May 1, 1936
2. HA, Mrs. Reyher, and Mr. Seidenberg of New York City, May 1, 1936
3. HA, Joseph Gaer, and Dr. Singewald of Baltimore, May 6, 1936
4. HA, Wallace Miller, and Mr. Seidenberg of New York City, May 7, 1936
5. HA, Mrs. Parker, and Lawrence Morris of St. Louis, May 7, 1936
6. HA and Robert Bridges of Richmond, May 8, 1936
7. HA and James Dunton of Columbus, May 8, 1936
8. HA and Thomas Neville of Chicago, May 11, 1936
9. HA and William Nunn of New York City, May 11, 1936
10. HA and Mrs. Fuhlbruegge of Newark, May 11, 1936
11. HA and Wallace Miller of New York City, May 11, 1936
12. HA and William Nunn of New York City, May 11, 1936
13. HA and Charles White of Manchester NH, May 12, 1936
14. HA and Mrs. Reyher of Boston, May 13, 1936
15. HA and Orrick Johns of New York City, May 13, 1936
16. HA and Lawrence Morris of St. Louis, May 14, 1936
17. HA and Mrs. Campbell of North Carolina, May 14, 1936
18. HA and Mrs. Reyher of New York City, May 15, 1936
19. HA and Gerry Parker of St. Louis, May 15, 1936
20. HA and Bruce McClure of New York City, May 15, 1936
21. HA and Wallace Miller of New York City, May 18, 1936
22. HA and Katharine Murray of Lansing, May 18, 1936
23. HA and Lawrence Morris of St. Louis, May 18, 1936
24. HA and Fred Shouman of Detroit, May 19, 1936
25. HA and Lawrence Morris of St. Louis, May 19, 1936
26. HA and Dr. Singewald of Baltimore, May 19, 1936
27. HA and William Nunn of New York City, May 19, 1936
28. HA and Roderick Seidenberg of New York City, May 25, 1936
29. HA and Mrs. Reyher of New York City, May 25, 1936
30. HA and Mrs. Reyher of Boston, May 25, 1936
31. HA and Mrs. Reyher of Boston, May 25, 1936
32. HA and Joseph Gaer of Chicago, May 25, 1936
33. HA and Philip Coan of Newark, May 25, 1936
34. HA and Lester Herzog of Albany, May 15, 1936
35. HA, Wallace Miller and Roderick Seidenberg or New York City, May 25, 1936
Folder 8: Conversations between:
1. HA and Mrs. Reyher of Boston, June 1, 1936
2. HA and Paul French of Philadelphia, June 1, 1936
3. HA and Mr. Gaer of Indianapolis, June 1, 1936
4. HA and Mr. Gaer of Detroit, June 2, 1936
5. HA and Izetta Miller of Anapolis, June 2, 1936
6. HA and Mrs. Parker of St. Louis, June 2, 1936
7. HA and Paul French of Philadelphia, June 3, 1936
8. HA and Mrs. Reyher of Boston, June 4, 1936
9. HA and Paul French of Johnstown, June 4, 1936
10. HA and John MaGraw of New York City, June 5, 1936
11. HA and Maurice Howe of Reno, June 5, 1936
12. HA and Orrick Johns of New York City, June 5, 1936
13. HA and Orrick Johns of New York City, June 5, 1936
14. HA and Mrs. Fuhlbruegge of Newark, June 6, 1936
15. HA and Orrick Johns of New York City, June 8, 1936
16. HA and Philip Coan of Montpellier, June 8, 1936
17. HA and Lawrence Morris of New York City, June 8, 1936
18. HA and Travis Hoke of New York City, June 8, 1936
19. HA and Frank Wells of St. Louis, June 10, 1936
20. HA and Eric Branham of Albany, June 10, 1936
21. HA and William Stevens of New York City, June 10, 1936
22. HA and Paul French of Philadelphia, June 11, 1936
23. HA and John MaGraw of New York City, June 12, 1936
24. HA and Mrs. Fuhlbruegge of Atlantic City, June 16, 1936
25. HA and Mr. Browning of Richmond, June 17, 1936
26. HA and Orrick Johns of New York City, June 18, 1936
27. HA and Dr. Eckenrode of Richmond, V.A., June 18, 1936
28. HA and Maurice Howe of Ogden, June 18, 1936
29. HA and Paul French of Philadelphia, June 18, 1936
30. HA and William Nunn of New York City, June 22, 1936
31. HA and Orrick Johns of New York City, June 22, 1936
32. HA and Roger Cahill of New York City, June 23, 1936
33. HA and William Nunn of New York City, June 23, 1936
34. HA and John MaGraw of New York City, June 23, 1936
35. HA and Jeannette Eckmann of Wilmington, June 26, 1936
36. HA and Jeannette Eckmann of Wilmington, DE, June 26, 1936
37. HA and Jeannette Eckmann, June 27, 1936
38. HA and Frank Wells of St. Louis, June 27, 1936
39. HA and James Dunton of Ohio, June 29, 1936
40. HA and Frank Wells of St. Louis, June 10, 1936
41. HA and Bertrand Wainger of Albany, June 29, 1936
42. HA and William Nunn of New York City, June 30, 1936
43. HA and David Niles of New York City, July 2, 1936
44. HA and Lawrence Morris of Boston, July 3, 1936
45. HA and William Nunn of New York City, July 3, 1936
46. HA and Izetta Miller of Philadelphia, July 8, 1936
47. HA and Ray Branion of Boston, July 15, 1936
48. HA and Professor Lamson of Poughkeepsie, July 15, 1936
49. HA and Bertrand Wainger of Albany, July 15, 1936
50. HA and Reed Harris of New York City, July 15, 1936
51. HA and Reed Harris of New York City, July 16, 1936
52. HA and Mrs. Fuhlbruegge, July 17, 1936
53. HA and James Dunton of Columbus, July 17, 1936
54. HA and William Nunn of New York City, July 20, 1936
55. HA and Mrs. Fuhlbruegge of Newark, July 21, 1936
56. HA and Philip Coan of Albany, July 22, 1936
57. HA and William Nunn of New York City, July 28, 1936
58. HA and Mrs. Fuhlbruegge of Newark, July 28, 1936
59. HA and Joseph Gaer of Philadelphia, July 29, 1936
Folder 9: Conversations between:
1. HA and Mrs. Fuhlbruegge of Newark, August 1, 1936
2. HA and Paul French of Harrisburg, August 7, 1936
3. HA and Travis Hoke of New York City, August 10, 1936
4. HA and William Nunn, August 12, 1936
5. HA and Jeanette Eckmann of Wilmington, August 13, 1936
6. HA and Mrs. Fuhlbruegge of New Jersey, August 13, 1936
7. HA and James Dunton of Columbus,O.H., September 2, 1936
8. HA and W.T. Couch of Chapel Hills, N.C., September 2, 1936
9. HA and Fred Schouman of New York, September 2, 1936
10. HA and Samuel Epstein of Newark, N.J., September 3, 1936
11. HA and Mr. Mckeague of Chicago, I.L., September 4, 1936
12. HA and Orrick Johns of New York City, September 4, 1936
13. HA and Mark Epstein of New York City, September 4, 1936
14. HA and Miss Eckmann of Wilmington, D.E., September 8, 1936
15. HA and Samuel Epstein of Newark, NJ, September 8, 1936
16. HA and Mr. McKeague of La Salle, IL, September 10, 1936
17. HA and James Dunton of Columbus,OH, September 11, 1936
18. HA and Irene Fuhlbruegge of Newark, September 11, 1936
19. HA, Philip Coan, and Jeanette Eckman of Wilmington, September 11, 1936
20. HA and Frank Wells of St. Louis, September 14, 1936
21. HA and Mrs. Fuhlbruegge of Newark, NJ, September 14, 1936
22. HA and Mr. Mckeague of Chicago, IL, September 14, 1936
23. HA and Jeanette Eckmann of Wilmington, September 14, 1936
24. HA and Jeanette Eckmann of Wilmington, September 14, 1936
25. HA and Roderick Seidenberg of Poughkeepsie, September 14, 1936
26. HA and James Magraw of New York City, September 16, 1936
27. HA, Matheu Murray, and Frank Wells of St. Louis, September 16, 1936
28. HA and Dr. Singewald of Baltimore, September 16, 1936
29. HA and Dr. Singewald of Baltimore, September 16, 1936
30. HA and James Dunton of Columbus, September 16, 1936
31. HA and Orrick Johns of New York City, September 18, 1936
32. HA and Karl Singewald of Baltimore, September 18, 1936
33. HA and Orrick Johns of New York City, September 21, 1936
34. HA and Jeanette Eckmann of Wilmington, September 21, 1936
35. HA and Roderick Seidenberg of New York City, September 21, 1936
36. HA and Paul French of Philadelphia, September 21, 1936
37. HA and Paul French of Philadelphia, September 21, 1936
38. HA, Mrs. Kerr, and Frank Wells of Chicago, September 22, 1936
39. HA and Orrick Johns of New York City, September 22, 1936
40. HA and Irene Fuhlbruegge of Newark, September 24, 1936
41. HA and Jeanette Eckmann of Wilmington, September 24, 1936
42. HA and Orrick Johns of New York City, September 28, 1936
43. HA and James Dunton of Columbus, September 28, 1936
Folder 10:
1. HA and Jeanette Eckmann of Wilmington, October 1, 1936
2. HA and Orrick Johns of New York City, October 1, 1936
3. HA and Florence Kerr of Chicago, October 2, 1936
4. HA and Irene Fuhlbruegge of Newark, October 2, 1936
5. HA and Mr. Minor of New Jersey, October 2, 1936
6. HA and Mrs. Campbell of Raleigh, October 5, 1936
7. HA and Florence Kerr of Chicago, October 6, 1936
8. HA and James Dunton of Columbus, October 6, 1936
9. HA and Wallace Miller of New York City, October 6, 1936
10. HA and David Nils of New York City, October 6, 1936
11. HA and Orrick Johns of New York City, October 6, 1936
12. HA and James Dunton of Columbus, October 6, 1936
13. HA and Orrick Johns of New York City, October 12, 1936
14. HA and David Nils of New York City, October 12, 1936
15. HA and Travis Hoke of New York City, October 12, 1936
16. HA and Col. Somervel of New York City, October 19, 1936
17. HA and Fred Lowenstein of New York City, October 20, 1936
18. HA and Jeanette Eckmann of Wilmington, October 20, 1936
19. HA and Orrick Johns of New York City, October 20, 1936
20. HA and Paul French of Philadelphia, October 21, 1936
21. HA and Hallie Flanagan of New York City, October 21, 1936
22. HA and Florence Kerr of Chicago, October 26, 1936
23. HA and Irene Fuhlbruegge of Newark, October 26, 1936
24. HA and Travis Hoke of New York City, October 26, 1936
25. HA and Col. Somervel of New York City, October 26, 1936
26. HA and Jay Duvon of Des Moines, October 26, 1936
27. HA and Geraldine Parker of St. Louis, October 27, 1936
28. HA and James Dunton of Columbus, October 27, 1936
29. HA and Paul French of Philadelphia, October 28, 1936
30. HA and Florence Kerr of Chicago, October 30, 1936
31. HA and Mathieu Smith of Indianapolis, October 30, 1936
32. HA and Paul French of Philadelphia, October 31, 1936
Folder 11:
1. HA and Geraldine Parker of St. Louis, November 5, 1936
2. HA and Florence Kerr of Columbus, November 7, 1936
3. HA and Irene Fuhlbruegge of Newark, November 5, 1936
4. HA and Bertrand Wainger of Albany, November 5, 1936
5. HA and Travis Hoke of New York City, November 6, 1936
6. HA, Reed Harris, and Dr. Evans of St. Louis, November 12, 1936
7. HA, Reed Harris, and Dr. Evans of St. Louis, November 12, 1936
8. HA and Irene Fuhlbruegge of Newark, NJ, November 12, 1936
9. HA and Jeanette Eckman of Wilmington, November 17, 1936
10. HA and Paul French of Philadelphia, November 19, 1936
11. HA and Darel McConkey of Charleston, WV, November 19, 1936
12. HA and Florence Kerr of Chicago, November 24, 1936
13. HA and Darel McConkey of Charleston, WV, November 24, 1936
14. HA and Florence Kerr of Chicago, November 24, 1936
15. HA and Jay Duvon of Lincoln, NE, November 24, 1936
16. HA and Irene Fuhlbruegge of Newark, November 25, 1936
17. HA and Jeanette Eckman of Wilmington, November 27, 1936
18. HA and Irene Fuhlbruegge of Newark, November 27, 1936
19. HA and Paul French of Philadelphia, November 28, 1936
20. HA and Florence Kerr of Chicago, IL, December 1, 1936
21. HA and Darel McConkey of Topeka, K.S., December 1, 1936
22. HA and Mr. Thompson of New York City, December 2, 1936
23. HA and Morris Ernst of New York City, December 2, 1936
24. HA and Paul French of Philadelphia, December 7, 1936
25. HA and Geraldine Parker of St. Louis, December 9, 1936
26. HA and Jeanette Eckman of Wilmington, DE, December 15, 1936
27. HA and Travis Hoke of New York City, December 18, 1936
28. HA and Mrs. Fuhlbruegge of Newark, December 19, 1936
29. HA and Mrs. Fuhlbruegge of Newark, NJ, December 21, 1936
30. HA and Paul French of Philadelphia, December 22, 1936
Folder 12:
1. HA and Joseph Gaer of Baltimore, January 4, 1937
2. HA and Travis Hoke of New York City, January 5, 1937
3. HA and Roderick Seidenberg of Boston, January 6, 1937
4. HA and Roderick Seidenberg of Boston, January 6, 1937
5. HA and Dr. Singewald of Baltimore, January 13, 1937
6. HA and Mr. McKeague of Chicago, January 14, 1937
7. HA and Mr. McKeague of Chicago, January 14, 1937
8. HA and Paul French of Philadelphia, January 23, 1937
9. HA and Paul French of Philadelphia, January 23, 1937
10. HA and Travis Hoke of New York City, January 23, 1937
11. HA and Travis Hoke of New York City, January 23, 1937
12. HA and Mrs. Parkman of Topeka, January 27, 1937
13. HA and Mrs. Parkman of Topeka, January 27, 1937
14. HA and William Smith of Richmond, February 3, 1937
15. HA and Ray Billington of Worcester, February 5, 1937
16. HA and William Smith of Richmond, February 3, 1937
17. HA and Paul French of Philadelphia, February 3, 1937
18. HA and Darel McConkey of Charleston, February 4, 1937
19. HA and Darel McConkey of Charleston, February 4, 1937
20. HA and Paul French of Philadelphia, February 9, 1937
21. HA and Travis Hoke of New York City, February 9, 1937
22. HA and Vincent MoHugh of New York City, February 9, 1937
23. HA and Travis Hoke of New York City, February 9, 1937
24. HA and Vincent MoHugh of New York City, February 9, 1937
Folder 13:
1. HA and Joseph Gaer of Philadelphia, March 2, 1937
2. HA and Joseph Gaer of Philadelphia, March 2, 1937
3. HA and Travis Hoke of New York City, March 3, 1937
4. HA and Travis Hoke of New York City, March 3, 1937
5. HA and Mr. Gottesman of New York City, March 9, 1937
6. HA and Travis Hoke of New York City, March 18, 1937
7. HA and Travis Hoke of New York City, March 18, 1937
8. HA and Donald Thompson of New York City, March 22, 1937
9. HA and A McLeish of New York City, March 23, 1937
10. HA and A of New York City, March 23, 1937
11. HA and Jeanette Eckman of Wilmington, March 23, 1937
12. HA and Jeanette Eckman of Wilmington, March 23, 1937
13. HA and Mr. McKeague of Chicago, IL, March 24, 1937
14. HA and Mr. McKeague of Chicago, IL, March 24, 1937
Folder 14:
1. HA and Paul French of P.A., May 11, 1937
2. HA and Paul French of P.A., May 24, 1937
3. HA and Joseph Gaer of New Haven, May 24, 1937
4. HA and Joseph Gaer of Boston, May 29, 1937
5. HA and Joseph Gaer of Boston, May 29, 1937
Folder 15:
1. HA and McKeague of Chicago, June 8, 1937
2. HA and Jerre Mangione of Des Moines, June 15, 1937
3. HA and Jerre Mangione of Des Moines, June 15, 1937
Folder 16:
1. HA and Joseph Gaer of Boston, July 23, 1937
2. HA and Miss Eckman, July 27, 1937
3. HA and Mr. Ginsburg of Viking Press, July 30, 1937
4. HA and Mr. Ginsburg of Viking Press, July 30, 1937
5. HA and Paul French of Philadelphia, September 1, 1937
6. HA and Lyle Saxon of New Orleans, L.A., December 2 1936
Box 16: Dies Committee Materials- Enter a brief explanation here or at top note
Folder:
Folder 1. Letter to Mr. Martin Dies, House Committee for Investigating Un-American Activities, September 16, 1938. 15p. TS carbon, no signature.
Folder 2. Letter to Jerre Mangione c/o Mrs. Elizabeth Batterham from James Allen, Special Executive Assistant to the Attorney General, July 10, 1941. 2p. TLS.
Folder 3. Miscellaneous photocopies of Dies Committee proceedings
Folder 4. Miscellaneous notes on Dies Committee in JM's handwriting.
Folder 5. "Who Killed Carlo Tresca?" pamphlet with notes by JM in margins
Folder 6. Copy of letter to the editor of the New York Times written by JM, September 23, 1949, 1p.
Folder 7. Subpoenas:
For JM to appear before the Subcommittee on Internal Security of the Judiciary on March 20, 1953, signed by William E. Jenner.
For JM to appear before the Senate Investigations Subcommittee of the Committee on Government Operations on March 24, 1953, signed by Joe McCarthy
Folder 8. Photocopies of Committee on Un-American Activities information gathered by JM
Folder 9. Miscellaneous newspaper clippings about the Dies Committee
Folder 10. Brief "Containing Detailed Answers to Charges Concerning the Federal Writer's Project made by Witnesses who Appeared before the SPECIAL COMMITTEE to Investigate Un-American Activities: House of Representatives.?
Box 17: Panels and Exhibit materials regarding the Federal Writers Project Collected by Mangione for research purposes.
Folder:
Folder 1. "The New Deal and the Arts" Historical Society of Pennsylvania exhibit, 1975. Lecture by JM May 2, 1975. Leaflet advertising event.
Folder 2. "WPA/FAP Graphics" a booklet published by the Smithsonian Institution, 1976.
Folder 3. "Art for the People- New Deal Murals on Long Island" Exhibit at the Emily Lowe Gallery, Hofstra University, November 1-December 31, 1978. Exhibit booklet and University newsletter detailing the exhibit.
Folder 4. "WPA: The Writers Project Selected from the Collection of Dr. Jen Yeh" The Hofstra Library Associates, November 8, 1978. Guest Speaker Jerre Mangione. Booklet and poster.
Folder 5. "A Celebration of FDR and the Arts on Broadway" October 4, 1982.
Folder 6. "Amassing American 'Stuff'" The Library of Congress and the Federal Arts Projects of the 1930s by John Y. Cole.
Folder 7. FDR and the Arts: The WPA Arts Projects: An Exhibition in the Stokes Gallery, The New York Public Library, January-March 1983. Catalog
Folder 8. "The New Deal and the Arts--Lessons for the '80s?" October 5, 1982. Panel discussion at Columbia University.
Folder 9. "Writers as Workers: A Symposium on the WPA Writer's Project" at The Newberry Library, Chicago, September 23, 1989. Catalog
Folder 10. Art Impacts: An Aesthetic overview of Philadelphia- its present problems and future directions, n.d.
Folder 11. "The Federal Writer's Project: It's Significance for American History" May 24, no year.
Series III: Writing
Manuscripts by Jerre Mangione
Note: The term "draft" is used to identify a set of papers that are part of one single, easily identifiable version of the manuscript of the book. Unidentifiable sections of a version are labeled "miscellaneous." The drafts are not necessarily complete, nor are they in chronological order, but are consistent with their arrangement in the collection upon acquisition.

Mount Allegro. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1943.
Box 18:
Folder:
Folder 1. Galley proofs, approximately 107 pgs, some pages missing, light MS editorial corrections
Folder 2. Introduction to the Morningside Edition, Herbert J. Gans, PC, 2 copies, 4 pgs, with MS editorial corrections
Folder 3. "Finale - for Mount Allegro," PC, 24 pgs, MS editorial correction
Folder 4. "Finale, 1943-1981," TS with MS editorial corrections, 23 pgs
Folder 5. "Finale, 1943-1981," TS with heavy MS editorial corrections, 35 pgs
Folder 6. Notes, MS and TS
Folder 7. Small spiral-bound notebook, MS notes
Folder 8. Illustrations by Peggy Bacon for Mount Allegro, 2 copies of black and white prints, one ink drawing
Folder 9. Mount Allegro, soft-bound PC of Italian Edition with TS "Punto Final" - Finale, Editorial Futuro, 1944, app. 245 pgs
Folder 10. "Brief Summary of Mount Allegro," PC, 4 pgs
Folder 11. Book Jackets from various editions, original and PC's, 8 pieces
Folder 12. Original setting TS, with MS editorial corrections, pgs 1-166
Folder 13. Original setting TS, with MS editorial corrections, pgs 167-344, Title Pages, Table of Contents, Prefatory Note
Folder 14. "Fragments of my prospect for 'Mount Allegro'," TS with light MS notes, 4 pgs, badly torn
Folder 15. Mount Allegro, TS with light MS editing, pages 307-308 from the 1981 edition, Columbia University Press
Box 19: Newspaper clippings and reviews, filed chronologically
Folder:
Folder 1. 1940-1949
Folder 2. 1943
Folder 3. 1943
Folder 4. 1943
Folder 5. 1943
Folder 6. 1950-1959
Folder 7. 1960-1969
Folder 8. 1970-1979
Folder 9. 1981
Folder 10. 1982-1985
Folder 11. 1986
Folder 12. 1987-1989
Folder 13. 1990-
Folder 14. n.d.
Box 20. Miscellaneous items about Mount Allegro
Folder.
Folder 1. Ephemera, including:
Calendar of Events, American Common, February 8-February 26, 1943
June to December 1952, Alfred A. Knopf Publishers, Borzoi Books Catalog
Pamphlet for the Philadelphia Art Alliance, Exhibition of Prints and Drawings, January 29- February 21, 1960
Hill Wang, American Century Series Catalog, 1969-1970
Invitation from the Blach Institute of Ethnic Studies for a reception for JM, March 5, 1982
Announcement for the 40th Anniversary of Mount Allegro - A Memoir of Italian American Life from the America-Italy Society of Philadelphia, January 13, 1983
Pamphlet for the unveiling of the historic marker in the Mount Allegro neighborhood, May 1986
Poster for a reading of Mount Allegro, sponsored by The Philomathean Society, April 7, 1988
Philadelphia INK pamphlet mentioning Mount Allegro, Sunday, November 12, 1989
Pennsylvania's Literary Network Newsletter, Jan/Feb 1990
"A Celebration of Books and Reading," Pennbook 1990, October 15, 1990
Announcement for the publication of Mount Allegro by Columbia University Press
Flier for book-signing at Borders Book Shop, October 23 (ca. 1990's)
Folder 2. Miscellaneous items in Italian about Mout Allegro
Folder 3. Financial, including:
Contract between Jerre Mangione and Franco Angeli Editore regarding the rights to publish Mount Allegro in Italian, January 29, 1982
Folder 4. "Talking American," JM, PC, 8 pgs
Folder 5. No title, Upstate Literature, by John M. Reilly, pages 188-191, discusses Mount Allegro
Folder 6. Miscellaneous, including:
Radio Review: Roving Critic, Charles Lee, WFLN-FM 95.7 Philadelphia: # 1695, May 9, 1986, 11:55 am, 5:30 pm, 1 pg, PC
"Comments on Mount Allegro for 'Italian Heritage in America' class, University of Pittsburgh," 1 pg
SEE ALSO:
RELATED MATERIALS Boxes 66 and 67 : Plays based on Mount Allegro
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM 144 : Plays based on Mount Allegro
OVERSIZE Box 153 : Framed Map of Mount Allegro Neighborhood
The Ship and the Flame. New York: A.A. Wyn Publishers, Current Books, Inc., 1948.
Box 21:
Folder:
Folder 1. Bound galley proofs
Folder 2. Newspaper clippings and reviews, 1948
Folder 3. Newspaper clippings and reviews, 1948. PC
Folder 4. Miscellaneous items
Reunion in Sicily. New York: Columbia University Press, 1950.
Box 22:
Folder:
Folder 1. Draft 1 TS with light MS editorial notes
Folder 2. Draft 1 TS with light MS editorial notes (cont'd)
Folder 3. Draft 1 TS with light MS editorial notes (cont'd)
Folder 4. Draft 1 TS with light MS editorial notes (cont'd)
Folder 5. Draft 1 TS with light MS editorial notes (cont'd)
Folder 6. "Confessions and Prelude," TS with light editorial notes, 18 pgs
Folder 7. Miscellaneous, TS with light MS editorial notes
Folder 8. "Proposal for a Book Dealing with Post-War Sicily," TS, 4 pgs
Folder 9. "Statement of Proposed Activity," TS, 2 pgs
Folder 10. Draft 2 MS with light editorial notes
Folder 11. Draft 2 MS with light editorial notes (cont'd)
Folder 12. Spiral-bound notebook with MS notes for Reunion in Sicily
Folder 13. TS pages from a journal kept while JM was in Sicily, 1947, 14 pgs
Folder 14. Articles and items collected for research regarding Reunion in Sicily, includes:
Italy: High Cost of Pinking, no author, Time Magazine, May 19, 1947, pg 18
Greek Shopping Center, no author, Science News Letter, January 12, 1957, pg 23
Two Sicilies - One is Modern, One is Mired in the Past, Paul Hofmann, The New York Times, May 5, 1971, pg 8C
"Lista dei candidate del Blocco Liberale Democratico Qualunquista," flier
Enna Turistica, Tourism booklet in Italian
Folder 15. Miscellaneous items:
"New Publications, January through June 1950," Houghton Mifflin Company
Transcribed radio interview with JM, "Women of Tomorrow, WJZ" Program, June 29, 1950, TS, 7 pgs
Flier, Saturday Review, announcing lectures by JM, July 1, 1950
"Excerpt from broadcast, Paul S. Green, Continental Network," TS, 1 pg, July 7, 1950, 8:30pm
"The American News of Books, A Monthly Estimate of Demand for Forthcoming Books," June 1950, pamphlet
"Sessler's Bookshop, Book Guide, The Monthly Guide to Good Reading," July 1950, booklet
"New Publications, Houghton Mifflin Company, June through January 1950-1951," 1pg flier
"Center for Italian Studies Newsletter, University of Pennsylvania, Sept. 1984," announcement of reading by JM, September 16, 1984
"Mangione Bibliography," no author, TS, one page
"Cabbages and Kings," copywriter: Ruth Smith, "Excerpt from radio book review program script," TS, 1 pg, WHOO AM/FM, Orlando, FL, n.d.
"Cabbages and Kings," copywriter: Ruth Smith, "Excerpt from radio book review program script," TS, 1 pg, WHOO AM/FM, Orlando, FL, n.d.
Folder 16. Letter of introduction of JM from University of Pennsylvania, bearing seal of the University. Used in Sicily during research trip for Reunion in Sicily.
Box 23: Newspaper Clippings, Reviews and Correspondence
Folder:
Folder 1. Newspaper Clippings, 1940-1949
Folder 2. Newspaper Clippings, 1950
Folder 3. Newspaper Clippings, 1950
Folder 4. Newspaper Clippings, 1950
Folder 5. Newspaper Clippings, 1951-1959
Folder 6. Newspaper Clippings, 1980-1989
Folder 7. Newspaper Clippings, 1990-1999
Folder 8. Newspaper Clippings, n.d.
Folder 9. Correspondence re: Reunion in Sicily, 1950-1982
Night Search, 1965.
Box 24: Night Search, New York, Crown Publishers, 1965.
Folder 1. Partial manuscript: TS with MS corrections, approx. 77 pgs
Folder 2. Partial manuscript: TS with MS corrections, pgs 78 - 161
Folder 3. Final manuscript: TS with MS corrections, title page through pg 175
Folder 4. Final manuscript, cont'd, pgs 176 - 257
Folder 5. Final manuscript, cont'd, pgs 259 - 363
Folder 6. Setting manuscript: TS with MS corrections, title page through pg 121
Folder 7. Setting manuscript: cont'd, pgs 122 - 242
Folder 8. Setting manuscript: cont'd, pgs 243 - 363
Folder 9. "Corrections of Galley's, June 19 1965," TS, 7 pgs
Box 25: Night Search, New York, Crown Publishers, 1965.
Folder 1. "Early notes for Night Search," original TS with MS notes, 6pgs; PC, 6 pgs
Folder 2. Bound photocopy of Night Search
Folder 3. Newspaper clippings and reviews
Folder 4. Newspaper clippings and reviews, PC.
Folder 5. Miscellaneous items, including: advertisements, notices, fliers, announcements.
Folder 6. "Notes for talk at Book + Author Luncheon in 1948 dealing with bookstore raids by Phila. Police." TS with MS notes, 12 pgs.
Folder 7. Correspondence, 1965-1972.
Passion for Sicilians: The World Around Danilo Dolci. New York: William Morrow and Company, Inc. 1968.
Box 26:
Folder:
Folder 1. "Proposal for a Book about Danilo Dolci by Jerre Mangione," TS, 11 pgs, 2 copies
Folder 2. Draft 1, TS with MS editing, half-title page, card page, title page, copyright page, dedication page, acknowledgment page, table of contents
Folder 3. Draft 1, TS with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 4. Draft 1, TS with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 5. Draft 1, TS with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 6. Draft 1, TS with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 7. Draft 1, TS with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 8. Draft 1, TS with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 9. Draft 1, TS with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 10. Draft 1, TS with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 11. Draft 1, TS with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 12. Draft 2, TS with MS editing, half-title page, card page, title page, copyright page, dedication page, acknowledgment page, table of contents
Folder 13. Draft 2, TS with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 14. Draft 2, TS with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 15. Draft 2, TS with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 16. Draft 2, TS with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 17. Draft 2, TS with MS editing (cont'd)
Box 27:
Folder:
Folder 1. Draft 2, TS with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 2. Draft 2, TS with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 3. Draft 2, TS with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 4. Draft 2, TS with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 5. Draft 3, TS with MS editing
Folder 6. Draft 3, TS with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 7. Draft 3, TS with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 8. Draft 3, TS with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 9. Draft 3, TS with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 10. Draft 3, TS with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 11. Draft 3, TS with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 12. Draft 3, TS with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 13. Draft 3, TS with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 14. Draft 3, TS with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 15. Draft 3, TS with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 16. Draft 3, TS with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 17. Draft 3, TS with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 18. Draft of "Postlude" TS with MS editing
Box 28:
Folder:
Folder 1. Draft 4, Printers proofs,
Folder 2. Draft 4, Printer's proofs (cont'd)
Folder 3. Draft 4, Printer's proofs (cont'd)
Folder 4. Draft 4, Printer's proofs (cont'd)
Folder 5. Draft 5, Printers proofs, Pages not numbered
Folder 6. Draft 5, Printer's proofs (cont'd)
Folder 7. Draft 5, Printer's proofs (cont'd)
Folder 8. Draft 5, Printer's proofs (cont'd)
Folder 9. Draft 6, Printers proofs
Folder 10. Draft 6, Printer's proofs (cont'd)
Folder 11. Draft 6, Printer's proofs (cont'd)
Folder 12. Draft 6, Printer's proofs (cont'd)
Folder 13. Draft 6, Printer's proofs (cont'd)
Folder 14. Draft 6, Printer's proofs (cont'd)
Box 29: Newspaper clippings, reviews and miscellaneous items
Folder:
Folder 1. Newspaper clippings and reviews
Folder 2. Newspaper clippings and reviews, PC
Folder 3. Magazines with articles regarding A Passion for Sicilians, including:
"Translations from the Italian and Other Books of Italian Interest Published in the USA; A Passion for Sicilians: the World around Danilo Dolci," Newsletter; Instiuto Italiano di Cultura, Number 9, December 1968
"Danilo Dolci's Vita," Robert Hatch, The Nation, December 2, 1968, pg 602
"A Passion for Sicilians, The World Around Danilo Dolci," Bernardine Kielty,
Book-of-the-Month Club News, Announcing a Special Fall Selection, 1968, pg 10
"Our nearest equivalent to Dolci is Martin Luther King," George P. Elliott, Syracuse University Alumni News, Number 2 Volume 50, January 1969
A Passion for Sicilans is listed under the "Briefly Noted; General" section, pg 76, The New Yorker, August 2, 1969
Folder 4. Miscellaneous items related to the publication and promotion of the book, including announcements, news releases, book store catalogs, newsletters, fliers, pamphlets and advertisements for the book.
Folder 5. Miscellaneous business items, including a list of contacts, an office memo, a publicity schedule, and a list of corrections to be made to the edition.
Folder 6. "Dialogue with Danilo," JM, an interview with Danilo Dolci. Notes: "Questions asked of Dolci and translation of his reply […] this became the new concluding chapter of the 1985 edition." 3 copies:
TS with MS corrections, 18 pgs
MS, 40 pgs
PC with MS corrections, 3 pgs
Folder 7. Materials relating to Mangione's research trip to Sicily, 1965 for research on Passion for Sicilians.
Folder 8. Correspondence regarding Passion for Sicilians.
Box 30: Miscellaneous items about Danilo Dolci used for book
Folder:
Folder 1. Articles by Dolci
Folder 2. Articles about Dolci
Folder 3. Drafts and notes for articles about Dolci by Mangione
Folder 4. Lectures by Dolci
Folder 5. Poetry by Dolci
Folder 6. Dolci Dinner Materials
Folder 7. Miscellaneous
Folder 8. Miscellaneous
Life Sentences for Everybody. New York: Abelard-Schuman, 1969.
Box 31: Life Sentences for Everybody. New York: Abelard-Schuman, 1969.
Folder:
Folder 1. TS, PC, Miscellaneous
Folder 2. TS, PC, Miscellaneous
Folder 3. Newspaper clippings, reviews
Folder 4. Newspaper clippings, PC
Folder 5. Magazine
Folder 6. Miscellaneous items
Folder 7. Correspondence
America is Also Italian, 1969.
Box 32: America is Also Italian.
Folder:
Folder 1. TS with MS editing, Draft 1
Folder 2. TS with MS editing, Draft 2
Folder 3. Printers proofs, "Master Set," with light MS editing
Folder 4. Printers proofs, Draft 3
Folder 5. Printers proofs, Draft 3 (cont'd)
Folder 6. Miscellaneous, TS
Folder 7. Newspaper clippings
Folder 8. PC's of newspaper clippings
Folder 9. Miscellaneous items
Folder 10. Correspondence
The Dream and the Deal: The Federal Writer's Project 1935-1943. Boston: Little and Brown, 1972.
Box 33: Drafts of Manuscript
Folder: Draft
Folder Acknowledgments, Contents, Chapter 1, TS.
Folder Chapter 2, TS.
Folder Chapter 3, TS.
Folder Chapter 4, TS.
Folder Chapter 5, TS.
Folder Chapter 6, TS.
Folder Chapter 7, TS.
Folder Chapter 8, TS.
Folder Chapter 9, TS.
Folder Chapter 10, TS.
Box 34: Original Setting Typescripts, Jacket Design and Bibliography
Folder:
Folder 1. Original setting typescript (used in exhibit, case 12 #3)
Folder 2. Setting typescript (cont'd)
Folder 3. Setting typescript (cont'd)
Folder 4. Setting typescript (cont'd)
Folder 5. Setting typescript (cont'd)
Folder 6. Setting typescript (cont'd)
Folder 7. Setting typescript (cont'd)
Folder 8. Original typescript (used in exhibit, case 12 #2)
Folder 9. Jacket Design
Folder 10. Bibliography
Box 35: Proofs
Folder:
Folder 1. Galley Proofs (used in exhibit, case 12 #4)
Folder 2. Printer's Proofs
Folder 3. Printer's Proofs
Box 36:
Folder:
Folder 1. Contract with Little, Brown and Company for Dream and the Deal.
Folder 2. Captions list for photographs
Folder 3. Illustrations list
Folder 4. Chapter notes, TS with MS additions.
Folder 5. Chapter notes, TS with MS additions.
Folder 6. Chapter notes, TS with MS additions.
Folder 7. Chapter notes, TS with MS additions.
Folder 8. Chapter notes, TS with MS additions.
Folder 9. Chapter notes, TS with MS additions.
Folder 10. Chapter notes, TS with MS additions.
Folder 11. Notes, MS in spiral notebook.
Folder 12. Notes, MS in spiral notebook.
Folder 13. Notes, MS in spiral notebook.
Folder 14. Notes, MS in spiral notebook.
Folder 15. Photographs, author's file set, PC.
Box 37: Research for The Dream and the Deal, consisting mainly of photocopies of published materials about the WPA. In original order.
Folder:
Folder 1. Research
Folder 2. Research
Folder 3. Research
Folder 4. Research
Folder 5. Research
Folder 6. Research
Folder 7. Research
Folder 8. Research
Folder 9. Research and notes
Folder 10. Research and notes on the Federal Theater Project
Box 38: Miscellaneous
Folder:
Folder 1. Material relate to Mangione's sabbatical from teaching at University of Pennsylvania, 1968-1969, and funding from the university for this study.
Folder 2. Expenses
Folder 3. Expenses
Folder 4. miscellaneous
Box 39: Reviews
Folder:
Folder 1. Reviews of Dream and the Deal from Exhibit case 12, #6 of University of Rochester Exhibit on Mangione.
Folder 2. Original newspaper clippings from 1972.
Folder 3. Original newspaper clippings from 1973-1990.
Folder 4. Original newspaper clippings, no dates.
Folder 5. PC of newspaper clippings from 1969-1986.
Folder 6. PC of newspaper clippings, no dates.
Folder 7. Miscellaneous
Folder 8. Miscellaneous
Folder 9. Miscellaneous
Folder 10. Mailing list for Dream and the Deal
Mussolini's March on Rome, October 30, 1922: A Dictator in the Making Achieves Political Power in Italy. New York: Franklin Watts, 1975.
Box 40:
Folder:
Folder 1. Draft, TS with MS corrections (from exhibit, case 10 number 3).
Folder 2. Draft, TS with MS corrections.
Folder 3. Draft, PC with MS corrections
Folder 4. Draft, PC research used for drafts.
Folder 5. Reviews.
Ethnic at Large. New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1978. (Note: Folders are arranged according to the order of the materials upon acquisition).
Box 41:
Folder:
Folder 1. Draft 1, PC with MS notes ("This draft contains material which was eliminated from the final draft - JM.")
Folder 2. Draft 1, PC with MS notes (cont'd)
Folder 3. Draft 1, PC with MS notes (cont'd)
Folder 4. Draft 1, PC with MS notes (cont'd)
Folder 5. Draft 1, PC with MS notes (cont'd)
Folder 6. Draft 1, PC with MS notes (cont'd)
Folder 7. Draft 1, PC with MS notes (cont'd)
Folder 8. Draft 1, PC with MS notes (cont'd)
Folder 9. Miscellaneous, PC
Folder 10. Miscellaneous, PC
Folder 11. Miscellaneous, PC
Box 42:
Folder:
Folder 1. Draft 2, TS
Folder 2. Draft 2, TS (cont'd)
Folder 3. Draft 2, TS (cont'd)
Folder 4. Miscellaneous, approx. 100 pgs, out of order
Folder 5. Miscellaneous, PC
Folder 6. Miscellaneous, approx. 125 pgs, out of order
Box 43:
Folder:
Folder 1. Draft 3, PC with light MS notes ("Copy of earlier draft which contains material omitted from final draft - JM (see chapter 2).")
Folder 2. Draft 3, PC with few MS notes (cont'd)
Folder 3. Draft 3, PC with few MS notes (cont'd)
Folder 4. Draft 3, PC with few MS notes (cont'd)
Folder 5. Draft 3, PC with few MS notes (cont'd)
Folder 6. Draft 3, PC with few MS notes (cont'd)
Folder 7. Draft 3, PC with few MS notes (cont'd)
Folder 8. Draft 3, PC with few MS notes (cont'd)
Folder 9. Draft 3, PC with few MS notes (cont'd)
Folder 10. Miscellaneous, TS with heavy MS notes
Folder 11. Miscellaneous, "Partial pre-final draft." Approx. 90 pages, out of order
Folder 12. Miscellaneous, PC
Folder 13. Draft 4, PC
Folder 14. Draft 4, PC (cont'd)
Folder 15. Miscellaneous, PC
Folder 16. Draft 5, PC
Folder 17. Draft 5, PC (cont'd)
Box 44:
Folder:
Folder 1. Draft 6
Folder 2. Draft 6 (cont'd)
Folder 3. Draft 6 (cont'd)
Folder 4. Draft 6 (cont'd)
Folder 5. Draft 6 (cont'd)
Folder 6. Draft 6 (cont'd)
Folder 7. Draft 6 (cont'd)
Folder 8. Draft 6 (cont'd)
Folder 9. Draft 6 (cont'd)
Box 45:
Folder:
Folder 1. Draft 7, PC with many MS notes
Folder 2. Draft 7, PC with many MS notes (cont'd)
Folder 3. Draft 7, PC with many MS notes (cont'd)
Folder 4. Draft 7, PC with many MS notes (cont'd)
Folder 5. Draft 7, PC with many MS notes (cont'd)
Folder 6. Draft 7, PC with many MS notes (cont'd)
Folder 7. Draft 7, PC with many MS notes (cont'd)
Folder 8. Draft 7, PC with many MS notes (cont'd)
Folder 9. Draft 7, PC with many MS notes (cont'd)
Folder 10. Draft 7, PC with many MS notes (cont'd)
Folder 11. Draft 7, PC with many MS notes (cont'd)
Folder 12. Miscellaneous, "Uncorrected Proof for Limited Distribution"
Box 46: Printer's Galleys: Master Proofs: An Ethnic at Large. 10 folders
Box 47: Prospectus: "From a Former Incarnation": An Ethnic at Large.
Folder:
Folder 1. Notes, "The night walk," TS with light MS notes, 20 pgs
Folder 2. "From a Former Incarnation, A brief chapter-by-chapter summary of the New York section, starting with Chapter 4," Prospectus, TS
Folder 3. Prospectus, 3 drafts
Folder 4. Prospectus, approx. 75 pgs
Folder 5. Prospectus, PC with letter from Hugh Howard to JM, December 8, 1977
Folder 6. TS with MS notes, Draft 8
Folder 7. TS with heavy MS notes, Draft 8 (cont'd). Also, "The Improper Bohemians by Allen Churchill, Dutton 1959 page 20, 21, 22, 61."
Folder 8. TS with MS notes, Draft 8 (cont'd), pages out of order
Folder 9. Miscellaneous, TS with MS notes
Box 48: Notes and research for An Ethnic at Large.
Folder:
Folder 1. JM's Diary from Spring of 1937- Resettlement Administration trip through the South
Folder 2. "Notes; Fort Stanton Detention Station, 1943," 15 pgs
Folder 3. "Notes on Fort Lincoln" TS, August, 1943.
Folder 4. Introduction to "The Source of Our Wealth is Our Land, and Our civilization and National Well-Being Rest Upon it," no author, PC, 5pgs, re: Resettlement Administration
Folder 5. "Alien Registration In Pennsylvania," A Discussion by Senator Joseph F. Guffy and Solicitor General Francis Biddle, TS, 12 pgs "Lesson Plan, Subject: Alien Registration," TS, 6 pgs "Speech for United States Attorneys," TS, 9 pgs
Folder 6. "Interim Report, Alien Registration Division, United States Department of Justice" TS, 66 pgs
Folder 7. Research regarding Immigration and Naturalization Services.
Folder 8. Research regarding Immigration and Naturalization Services.
Folder 9. "I Am An American Day" materials, from the Immigration and Naturalization Service.
Folder 10. "Torn notebooks written while touring alien enemy internment camps during World War II as an official of the Immigration + Naturalization Service -JM," pages from notebook, encapsulated in Mylar, MS, 11 pgs, one envelope.
Folder 11. "Notes on the Santa Fe Internment Camp," MS, 18 pgs
Folder 12. Pages from notebook, MS, 23 pgs
Folder 13. Correspondence re: Ethnic at Large, arranged chronologically, April 22, 1931 - September 5, 1974
Folder 14. Correspondence re: Ethnic at Large, arranged chronologically, October 1, 1973 - October 6, 1978.
Folder 15. Correspondence re: Ethnic at Large, arranged chronologically, December 15, 1977 - November 4, 1994
Box 49: Miscellaneous items regarding An Ethnic at Large.
Folder:
Folder 1. Magazines and journals with articles on An Ethnic at Large
Folder 2. Newspaper clippings and reviews: 1960-1969
Folder 3. Newspaper clippings and reviews: 1970-1977
Folder 4. Newspaper clippings and reviews: 1978
Folder 5. Newspaper clippings and reviews: 1980-1989
Folder 6. Newspaper clippings and reviews: n.d.
Folder 7. PC newspaper clippings and reviews
Folder 8. Miscellaneous items
Folder 9. Newspaper articles regarding Lemuel Schofield, PC
Folder 10. Items regarding The National Endowment for the Humanities Application, 1974. Includes correspondence, Grant application, instructions, and information.
Folder 11. TS of an interview given by Mangione about Ethnic at Large, 1975.
Folder 12. Program for lecture given at Herbert H. Lehman College of the City University of New York February 14, 1979 re: An Ethnic at Large
La Storia: Five Centuries of Italian American Experience. With Ben Morreale. New York: Harper Collins Publishers, 1992.
Box 50:
Folder:
Folder 1. Draft 1, TS with MS editing, "La Storia edited draft Breaking with the Past, P 174-"
Folder 2. Draft 1, TS with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 3. Draft 1, PC with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 4. Draft 1, PC with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 5. Draft 1, PC with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 6. Draft 1, PC with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 7. Draft 1, PC with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 8. Draft 2, TS, PC, "First Pass," letter from JM to Pamela LaBarbieri, May 3, 1992
Folder 9. Draft 2, PC with MS editing (cont'd), letter from JM to Carol Leach, February 17, 1992
Box 51:
Folder:
Folder 1. Draft 2, PC (cont'd)
Folder 2. Draft 2, PC (cont'd)
Folder 3. Draft 2, PC (cont'd)
Folder 4. Draft 2, PC (cont'd)
Folder 5. Draft 3, TS, PC with MS editing
Folder 6. Draft 3, PC (cont'd)
Folder 7. TS, note: "Jerre, Here are the cut pages, Ben"
Folder 8. Draft 4, TS, PC with MS editing, with letter from Ben to JM, April 25, 1988
Folder 9. Draft 4, TS, PC with MS editing (cont'd)
Folder 10. Draft 4, PC with MS editing (cont'd)
Box 52:
Folder:
Folder 1. Draft 5, MS, Cover sheet for La Storia
Folder 2. Draft 5, TS
Folder 3. Draft 5, TS (cont'd)
Folder 4. Draft 5, TS (cont'd)
Folder 5. Draft 5, TS (cont'd)
Folder 6. Draft 5, TS (cont'd)
Box 53:
Folder:
Folder 1. Printers Proofs with MS editing, La Storia, letter from Christa Weil to JM, February 10, 1993: "Enclosed herewith is the so-called dead matter for LA STORIA, for your records."
Folder 2. Printers Proofs with MS editing, La Storia (cont'd)
Folder 3. Printers Proofs with MS editing, La Storia (cont'd)
Folder 4. Printers Proofs with MS editing, La Storia (cont'd)
Folder 5. Printers Proofs with MS editing, La Storia (cont'd)
Box 54:
Folder:
Folder 1. Master Set 1st Pass
Folder 2. Master Set 1st Pass (cont'd)
Folder 3. Master Set 1st Pass (cont'd)
Folder 4. Master Set 1st Pass (cont'd)
Folder 5. Uncorrected Proof, bound copy: La Storia: Five Centuries of Italian American Experience, Jerre Mangione and Ben Morreale. Harper Collins Publishers, New York, 1992.
Folder 6. Draft 6, TS
Folder 7. Draft 6, TS (cont'd)
Box 55:
Folder:
Folder 1. Draft 6, TS (cont'd)
Folder 2. Draft 6, TS (cont'd)
Folder 3. Draft 6, TS (cont'd)
Folder 4. Draft 7, TS with MS editing
Folder 5. Memo, from JM to Ben Morreale, November 8, 1988, accompanying Draft 8
Folder 6. Draft 8, TS
Folder 7. Draft 8, TS (cont'd)
Folder 8. Draft 8, TS (cont'd)
Folder 9. Notes, accompanying Draft 8, TS
Box 56:
Folder:
Folder 1. Draft 9, PC
Folder 2. Draft 9, PC (cont'd)
Folder 3. Draft 9, PC(cont'd)
Folder 4. Draft 9, PC (cont'd)
Folder 5. Draft 9, PC (cont'd)
Folder 6. Draft 9, PC (cont'd)
Folder 7. Draft 9, PC (cont'd)
Folder 8. Miscellaneous, TS
Folder 9. Miscellaneous, PC
Folder 10. Miscellaneous, TS, accompanying letter from JM to Ben Morreale, May 11, 1989
Box 57:
Folder:
Folder 1. Miscellaneous, TS with MS editing
Folder 2. Miscellaneous, TS and PC, accompanying letter from JM to Ben Morreale, June 17, 1990
Folder 3. Miscellaneous, TS and PC
Folder 4. Miscellaneous, PC
Folder 5. Miscellaneous, PC
Folder 6. Miscellaneous, PC
Folder 7. "Bibliography in progress," TS with MS editing
Folder 8. "Bibliography in progress," PC
Folder 9. Bibliography, "First Pass," accompanying note from Ben Morreale
Folder 10. Bibliography with MS editing
Folder 11. Bibliography with MS editing
Folder 12. "Works consulted," TS
Folder 13. Prospectus, PC
Folder 14. Prospectus with cover page, PC
Folder 15. Draft 10, TS
Folder 16. Draft 10, TS (cont'd)
Box 58:
Folder:
Folder 1. Draft 10, TS (cont'd)
Folder 2. Draft 10, TS (cont'd)
Folder 3. Unidentified pages of manuscript material; letter from Pamela LaBarbera (Harper Collins Publisher) to JM
Folder 4. Miscellaneous, TS
Folder 5. Miscellaneous, TS with MS editing, accompanying letters from JM to Ben Morreale, March 10, 1988, March 11, 1988
Folder 6. Miscellaneous, TS, Epilogue
Folder 7. Miscellaneous, TS with MS editing
Folder 8. Miscellaneous, TS
Folder 9. Miscellaneous, PC
Folder 10. Miscellaneous, PC, "La Storia, reprint correx. Harper"
Folder 11. Miscellaneous, PC, "Master Set - Out for o.k."
Folder 12. Miscellaneous, PC, "2nd Pass, Final Repro"
Folder 13. Miscellaneous, TS
Folder 14. Miscellaneous, TS
Folder 15. "List of Photos," TS, accompanying correspondence
Folder 16. Draft of "Acknowledgments," TS
Box 59:
Folder:
Folder 1. Miscellaneous, PC
Folder 2. "Prospectus," 2 copies: TS with MS editing and PC, accompanying letter from JM to Ed Barber, November 30, 1977
Folder 3. Project summary for "A Comprehensive Study of the Italian," prospectus, preliminary proposal
Folder 4. Miscellaneous, TS, "New Outline from Revisions of 1990."
Folder 5. Miscellaneous, TS with MS editing, accompanying letter from Carol Leach to JM and Ben Morreale, July 10, 1991
Folder 6. Miscellaneous, TS
Folder 7. Miscellaneous, TS
Folder 8. Miscellaneous, TS, accompanying letter from Carol Leach to JM and Ben Morreale, August 12, 1991
Folder 9. Miscellaneous, TS
Folder 10. Miscellaneous, PC
Folder 11. Miscellaneous, TS with MS editing
Folder 12. Miscellaneous, TS
Box 60: NEH Grant relating to La Storia
Folder:
Folder 1. "Performance Report, July 1, 1980 - September 30, 1982. Re: Grant RS-1471-80 'A Comprehensive Study of the Italian American Experience, 1880-1980,'" TS
Folder 2. NEH Grant Application and Project Proposal
Folder 3. Miscellaneous, TS, with Project Summary
Folder 4. Correspondence and records regarding NEH Project expenses, 1980-1983
Folder 5. Correspondence regarding NEH, NEH Humanities newsletter, July/August 1980
Folder 6. Miscellaneous, TS, accompanying sections of NEH Application, project proposal, project summary, prospectus
Folder 7. Correspondence regarding NEH, July 10, 1978 - April 25, 1993
Folder 8. Miscellaneous items regarding NEH, from folder labeled 'statistics'
Folder 9. Miscellaneous items, including correspondence and financial records, regarding NEH
Folder 10. Miscellaneous items, including correspondence, regarding NEH
Folder 11. Miscellaneous items, including correspondence, regarding NEH and 'performance report 1980-1982'
Folder 12. Miscellaneous items, including correspondence, regarding NEH
Folder 13. Project Description by Ben Morreale
Folder 14. Miscellaneous application materials, correspondence
Box 61: Miscellaneous Materials
Folder:
Folder 1. Amendment to contract between Mangione and Harper and Row, concerning La Storia
Folder 2. Newspaper clippings and reviews
Folder 3. Newspaper clippings and reviews, PC
Folder 4. Magazines and journals
Folder 5. Ephemera
Folder 6. Miscellaneous
Folder 7. Correspondence
Folder 8. Correspondence, cont'd
Folder 9. Miscellaneous items regarding consultants and reviewers
Folder 10. MS notes from notebook
They Knew They Were Naked- unpublished Manuscript by Jerre Mangione, n.d.
Box 62: Bound draft, TS no editing.
Box 63: Drafts
Folder:
Folder 1. Chapters 1-6, PC, TS.
Folder 2. Chapters 7-12, PC, TS.
Folder 3. Chapters 13-17, PC, TS.
Folder 4. Chapters 18-24, PC, TS.
Folder 5. Carbon of Chapter 12, "The Bachelor", TS.
Folder 6. Carbon of Chapters 1-7, TS.
Folder 7. Carbon of Chapters 8-15, TS.
Folder 8. Carbon of Chapters 16-23, TS.
Box 64: Drafts which appear to be portions of the novel, but are in fragments.
Folder:
Folder 1. Synopsis of "Sleeping Around" PC, TS.
Folder 2. Partial draft, PC and carbon TS.
Folder 3. Partial draft, PC and carbon TS.
Folder 4. Partial draft, PC and carbon TS.
Folder 5. Partial draft, PC and carbon TS.
Folder 6. Partial draft, PC and carbon TS.
Folder 7. Partial draft, PC and carbon TS.
Folder 8. Partial draft, PC and carbon TS.
Box 65: Miscellaneous drafts: kept in original order, very unorganized.
Folder 1. Partial draft, PC and carbon TS.
Folder 2. Partial draft, PC and carbon TS.
Folder 3. Partial draft, PC and carbon TS.
Folder 4. Partial draft, PC and carbon TS.
Folder 5. Partial draft, PC and carbon TS.
Related Material: Plays based on Mount Allegro
Box 66: Light the Candles
Folder 1. Program. "Light the Candles" A Play in Three Acts by Edwin A. Peeples and Jerre Mangione based on the book Mount Allegro. Directed by Katherine Mitchell.
Folder 2. "Light the Candles." TS carbon.
Folder 3. "Light the Candles." TS carbon.
Folder 4. "Light the Candles." TS carbon.
Folder 5. "Light the Candles." TS carbon.
Folder 6. "Light the Candles." TS carbon- adapted for television.
Folder 7. "Mount Allegro: A Play in Three Acts" by Edwin A. Peeples and Jerre Mangione. TS.
Box 67: Mount Allegro- adapted for GEVA Theater in Rochester, NY
Folder 1. Proposal for a stage version of Mount Allegro.
Folder 2. "Mount Allegro: A Play in 2 Acts" by Eberle Thomas and Barbara Redmond. Based on the Book of the same title and other works by Jerre Mangione. PC TS.
Folder 3. "Mount Allegro: A Play in 2 Acts" revision 8/1/92. PC, TS.
Folder 4. "Mount Allegro: A Play in 2 Acts" revision 11/1/92. PC, TS spiral bound copy.
Folder 5. Miscellaneous materials re: the stage adaptation of Mount Allegro
Folder 6. GEVA programs for Mount Allegro
Folder 7. Reviews of GEVA's version of Mount Allegro
Folder 8. Correspondence between JM and Eberle Thomas and Barbara Redmond re: stage adaptation of Mount Allegro. Arranged chronologically.
Folder 9. Correspondence between JM and Eberle Thomas and Barbara Redmond re: stage adaptation of Mount Allegro. n.d. and miscellaneous.
Folder 10. Materials relating to "New Bread, Old Wine," written by Eleanor Meglio and Lorraine Totaro, Adapted from Mount Allegro by Jerre Mangione.
Folder 11. Framed letter about play from Governor Mario Cuomo, October 6, 1992.
Articles/Stories by Jerre Mangione
Published articles: arranged chronologically
Box 68:
Folder:
Folder 1. Spring 1928, "Affectation," The Green Leaf, pgs 21-22.
Folder 2. May 1930, "Stephen Crane's Unpublished Letters," Chap Book, Vol. II, No. 4, pgs. 8-10 (2 copies)
Folder 3. March and May 1930, Syracuse University, Chap Book, Vol. II, No. 3, and Vol. II, No. 4
Folder 4. November 1929 and May 1930, Syracuse University, Chap Book
Folder 5. January 1933, "Two and Two Make Four," Atlantica, pg.170
Folder 6. March 1934, :Nardo," Atlantica, pgs. 92-94
Folder 7. May 1934, "So the Willow West," Household Magazine, TS, 2 pgs.
Folder 8. 1934 book reviews
Folder 9. May 27, 1936, "The Almost Perfect Scream" review of "Turn, Magic Wheel," By Dawn Powell. New Republic.
Folder 10. April 1937 and May 1938 [?], "Sicilian Police and A Man's Best Audience Is His Horse," Globe
Folder 11. May 1937, "Sicilian Police," Globe, pgs. 69-70
Folder 12. May 26, 1937, Fontamara Revisited, The New Republic
Folder 13. 1937 [?] "The Trip of the Month: Palermo, Sicily," The Harper's Bazaar Hotel and Travel Department
Folder 14. 1939 [?] "Tell Them She's Fine," Broun's Nutmeg, 1939
Folder 15. 1939 [?] "The Water Girl," Broun's Nutmeg
Folder 16. New Masses containing articles by Mario Michele (pseudonym of Jerre Mangoine)
Folder 17. April 1940, "Mind," Mademoiselle Magazine, TS, 4 pgs. (front and verso)
Folder 18. April 1940, "Uncle Sam Sits For His Portrait," Travel, pgs. 35
Folder 19. 1941, "The Post Impressionist: Ernst Toller In Washington," New Order
Folder 20. January 6, 1941, "Italian- American Novelists" (review of The Paesanos by Jo Pagano)
Folder 21. February 6, 1943, "Cultural Contributions to America" (Mount Allegro) Of Men and Books, Northwestern University on the Air
Folder 22. December 17, 1948, "The Hills of San Francisco: A Brief History of an Epic Enterprise"
Folder 23. January 10, 1949, The Bird With The Low Boiling Point, Newsweek
Folder 24. Summer, 1952, Cry, David, Cry, TS, 10 pgs; and publication in Four Winds, pgs.5-8
Folder 25. April 1954, The Long Side Of the Triangle,Esquire, TS, 4 pgs.
Folder 26. May - September 1959, Traveler's Bookshelf
Box 69
Folder:
Folder 1. April 23 - November 20, 1963, Article on Philadelphia, United States Information Service
Folder 2. March 9, 1969, Book Review of Torregreca: Life, Death, Miracles by Ann Cornelisen, New York Times Book Review
Folder 3. December 7, 1969, "Arts in Depression Era," Book Week, TS 1 pgs.
Folder 4. February 15, 1970, "Foolishness at an Improper Age," Book Week, pgs. 2
Folder 5. July-August 1970, "The Writer's Secret Collaborator," Parapsychological Review, TS, 6 pgs.
Folder 6. September 16, 1970, Review of The Book of Giuliano Sansvero by Andrea Giovene, translated by Marguerite Waldman, TS, 3 pgs.
Folder 7. November 22, 1970, "The Prig's Progress" (review of The Book of Sansevero by Amdrea Giovene, translated by Margerite Waldman), Book World, TS, 2 pgs.
Folder 8. April 4, 1971, "Growing Up Sicilian" (review of What the Ancients Said by Lou D'Angelo), Showcase, pgs. 15
Folder 9. 1971, Review of book by Alexander DeCode, TS with MS editing, 4 pgs.
Folder 10. October 18, 1971, Review of Vendetta of Silence by Ann Cornelisen for Chicago Sun-Times, TS, 3 pgs.
Folder 11. February 6, 1972, "Half Bitter, Half Sweet" (review of An Excursion Into Italian-American History by Alexander DeConde), TS, 1 pgs.
Folder 12. July 9, 1972, "Better Fed Than Red," Book World, TS, 2 pgs.
Folder 13. July 30, 1972, "Troubled Time In Marriages" (review of No Resting Place by Eugene Mirabelli), The Sunday Bulletin, TS, 1 pgs. and postcard from Mirabelli.
Folder 14. October 1972, "Guess Who Went to Supper," The Pennsylvania Gazette, pgs. 22- 24
Folder 15. November 27, 1972, Review of My Stillness, by Paul Griffith, TS, 2 pgs. (Front and verso)
Folder 16. December 8, 1972, "The Federal Writers' Project: What a Relief It Was!"
Folder 17. May 13, 1973, "The Italian-American Story" (review of "Polpetto" by Frank Mele and "The Children of Columbus" by Eric Amfitheatrof), Democrat and Chronicle Books
Folder 18. May 21, 1973, "Let's Resurrect 'Federal One:' The New Deal's Program in the Arts Led to a Cultural Upheaval the Likes of Which We've Not Seen Since," The Chronicle of Higher Education, pgs. 12
Folder 19. May 27, 1973, "From Columbus to Colombo" (review of The Children of Colombo), Book World
Folder 20. June 2, 1973, Review of "A Man of Little Evils," by Stephen Dobyns, TS, 1 (front and verso)
Folder 21. July 15, 1973, "Portrait of the Artist as a Young Underdog" (review of Art For the Millions edited by Francis V. O'Conner and The New Deal For Artists by Richard D. McKenzie, Book World
Folder 22. July 29, 1973, "Novel About Little Italy … A Joy to Remember" (review of Polpetto by Frank Mele), The Sunday Bulletin Books
Folder 23. Spring 1974, "When Writers Were on the Federal Payroll," The American Pen, pgs. 77-87
Folder 24. May 5, 1974, "Murder, Italian Style" (review of Joe Petrosino by Arrigo Petacco), Book World
Folder 25. June 16, 1974, "The Image is Unclear: Blood of My Blood" (review of The Dilemma of the Italian-Americans by Richard Ganbino), The New York Times Book Review
Folder 26. April 27, 1975, "Its Time for a new W.P.A. for Artists," New York Times
Folder 27. Autumn 1975, "The Two Uncles" (addendum to Mount Allegro), Italian Americana, Vol. II, No. One, pgs. 95-100
Folder 28. May 1976, "The Two Uncles," TS, 10; TS, 3; The Pennsylvania Gazette
Folder 29. January 23, 1978, "Prosecutorial Politics" Letter to the Editor, New York Times.
Folder 30. March 1978, "Kingdom on the Hill," The Pennsylvania Gazette, pgs. 31-35
Folder 31. April 1978, "In The House of Genius," The Pennsylvania Gazette, pgs. 32-35
Folder 32. May 1978, "American Concentration Camps," The Pennsylvania Gazette, pgs. 26-30
Folder 33. May 19, 1978, The New York Times articles and correspondence
Folder 34. May 28, 1978, "White House Weekend: With Eleanor and other Roosevelts," Discover: The Sunday Bulletin
Folder 35. July 21, 1978, "Upbeat Leader of Italy," The Evening Bulletin
Folder 36. January 22, 1979, "Dilettante," The Chronicle Review
Folder 37. January 27, 1979, "Sensitivity and Toughness Blend: Rise of Anger," The Bulletin
Folder 38. May 7, 1979, "Manifesto For Italian American Culture," Sons of Italy Times with MS editing; letter from Mangoine to Dr. Rosabianca Tuzzo LoVerso, Il Cafe
Folder 39. July-August 1979, "What Are Friends For? The Drummer" ( 2 copies, one with MS notes); Eighteen Minutes of Unerased Tape (An Imaginary Dialogue at the Nixon Home), TS with MS editing, 2 pgs.
Folder 40. December 23, 1979, "The Very Essence of Real Experience" (review of Run to the Waterfall by Arturo Vivante), Philadelphia Inquirer
Box 70:
Folder:
Folder 1. April 6, 1980, "Three Generations, Two Worlds, One Tale" (review of Umbertina by Helen Barolini), Philadelphia Inquirer
Folder 2. 1981, Alcune nite sull'emigrazione italinana negli Stati Uniti
Folder 3. October 1981, "Mount Allegro Revisited," The Pennsylvania Gazette, pgs. 40-45
Folder 4. February 14, 1982, "English Translations of 19th Century Folklore: Sicilian Habits, Practices and Customs," IL Progresso
Folder 5. May-June, "Manifesto for Italian American Culture," IL Cafe.
Folder 6. December 12, 1982, "A Portrait of the Italians in America" (review of Vincenza Scarpaci book), Philadelphia Inquirer
Folder 7. December 1982, "Mount Allegro" (excerpt), Attenzione, Vol. 4, No. 11, pgs. 48
Folder 8. 1983, "Customs and Habits if the Sicilian Peasants" (Salvatore Salomone-Marino) Review, Arba Sicula, Supplement 1
Folder 9. June 24, 1984, "The Diaries of Mario Cuomo, Candid Confessions" (review), Philadelphia Inquirer
Folder 10. July 8, 1984, "Reviewer's Choice" (Diaries of Mario M. Cuomo, The Campaign for Governor), Stamford Connecticut Advocate
Folder 11. August 26, 1984, "Josephine Herbst: Loves and Sorrows of a Radical" (review of Josephine Herbst by Elinor Langer), Philadelphia Inquirer
Folder 12. September 30, 1984, "Eleanor Roosevelt's Centennial Birthday"
Folder 13. May 1985, "Danilo Dolci's Continuing Passion For Sicilians," The Pennsylvania Gazette, pgs. 24-28
Folder 14. 1985, "Una Duplice Esistenza: IL Destino Delle Minoranze Urbane," Affari Sociali International, ano XIII, n. 4, pgs. 5
Folder 15. June 22, 1986, "A Journal by an American on Intimate Terms with Sicily" (review of On Persephone's Island by Mary Taylor Simeti), Philadelphia Inquirer
Folder 16. February 1989, "Any Italian Can Paint A Landscape," The Pennsylvania Gazette, pgs. 24-25
Folder 17. June 1989, "Musings," back cover
Folder 18. November 9, 1989, Russian translation of a Jerre Mangione Story
Folder 19. March 1990, "An Ethnic at Large," Musings, pgs. 5 with MS editing
Folder 20. Fall/Winter 1990, "Julia: A Story of the Thirties," Italian Americana, pgs. 67-73
Folder 21. 1990, "David on Trial," TS proof, 7 pgs
Folder 22. November 1993, "Musings," Vol., No. 11
Folder 23. August 31, 1994, "Pushkin" (Donate a Dog Tale)
Folder 24. n.d., "His Favorite Color," pgs17-20
Folder 25. n.d., "An Ethnic Speaks Out"
Folder 26. n.d. "Uncle Sam Sits For His Portrait"
Folder 27. n.d., Review of A Few Virtuous Men, by Ben Morreale, TS, 1 page (front and verso)
Folder 28. n.d., Review of In The Name if the Father, by Tony Ardizzone, TS, 2 pgs.
Folder 29. n.d., Miscellaneous clippings from New Republic
Folder 30. n.d., Review of Umbertina, by Helen Barolini, TS, 1 pg (front and verso)
Folder 31. n.d., Review of The Long Walk at San Francisco State, by Kay Boyle, TS, 1 pgs.
Folder 32. n.d., Review of Torregreca: Life Liberty, Death, Miracles, by Ann Cornelisen, TS, 4 pgs.
Folder 33. n.d., Review of Blood of My Blood: The Dilemma of the Italian-Americans, by Richard Gambino
Folder 34. n.d., Introduction to The Immigrants Speak: The Italian Americans Tell Their Story, by Salvatore J. LaGumina, TS, 3 pgs.
Folder 35. n.d., Review of Salt In the Wound (and The Death of the Inquisitor) by Leonard Sciascia, TS, 2 pgs.
Folder 36. n.d., "Fragile, and Handled With Care" (review of Glass People, by Gail Godwin)
Folder 37. July 4, 197[?] "Clever - and Shallow - View of Italy" (review of From Caesar to the Mafia)
Box 71: Oversize articles
Folder 1. October 1938. "Getting Aquainted with My Sicilian Relatives," Travel Magazine.
Folder 2. November 1944. "Fascist Italy as I Saw It," Travel Magazine.
Unpublished Manuscripts- arranged by title of story alphabetically
Box 72:
Folder:
Folder 1."Authors I Have Known," 15pgs, TS with MS editing
Folder 2. "Authors In My Life," 1pgs, TS
Folder 3."Authors on Campus," 4 pgs, TS with Ms editing
Folder 4. "Autobiography," 29 pgs, TS
Folder 5. " My Experience with Writers During My Years at the University of Pennsylvania," 4 pgs, TS with MS editing, notes for autobiography
Folder 6. "The Art of Ernesto Bazan," 20 pgs, TS with MS editing
Folder 7. "The Bottoms-up" 4 pgs, TS
Folder 8. "By Reason of Birth or Residence…" a rapid survey of the Philadelphia Literary Scene During the Past Three Centuries," 10 pgs, TS, also related materials
Folder 9. "Call of Sleep," 9 pgs (front and verso), TS and MS
Folder 10. "Comments on Italian American Literature," 5 pgs, TS with MS editing
Folder 11. "Cuttyhunk," 10 pgs, TS
Folder 12. "Creativity," 7 pgs, TS with MS editing
Folder 13. "A Double Life: The Fate of the Urban Ethnic," 66 pgs, TS with MS editing
Folder 14. "The Elm Tree on the Grave," 21 pgs, TS with MS
Folder 15. "Erice: The Sicilian Shangri-La," 27 pgs, TS with green paper cover
Folder 16. "Exodus," 40 pgs, TS with MS editing
Folder 17. "Fable," 4 pgs, TS with MS editing
Folder 18. "February Love," 13 pgs, TS
Folder 19. "Federal Support of the Arts: How Far Should It Go?" 11 pgs, TS with MS editing
Folder 20. "The Federal Writers Project," 17 pgs, TS with MS editing
Folder 21. "The Formative Years of an Immigrant Sculpture: Pompeo Coppini," 8 pgs (front and verso), TS with MS editing
Box 73:
Folder:
Folder 1. "Hospital Blues," 1 pgs, TS
Folder 2. "How to Keep Writers From Starving in the Next Depression," 12 pgs, TS with MS editing
Folder 3. "Identity," 44 pgs, TS with MS editing
Folder 4. "The Immigrant Experience: Cultural Pluralism vs. Assimilation," 6 pgs, TS with MS editing
Folder 5. "Impressions of an Italian American Author," 3 pgs, TS
Folder 6. In the Van Guard (early drafts), 100 pgs, TS with MS editing
Folder 7. "Invitations to the White House," 97 pgs, TS with MS editing, 1 of 6
Folder 8. "Invitations to the White House," 51 pgs, 1 pgs MS; 56 pgs, TS with MS editing, plastic cover, 2 of 6
Folder 9. "Invitations to the White House," 20 pgs, TS with MS editing, 3 of 6
Folder 10. "Invitations to the White House," 8 pgs, TS, 4 of 6
Folder 11. "Invitations to the White House," 18 pgs, MS, 7 pgs, TS, 5 of 6
Folder 12. "Invitations to the White House," 60 pgs, TS with MS editing
Folder 13. "Italian American Creativity," 13 pgs, TS with MS editing
Folder 14."Italian American Writers," 5 pgs, TS with MS editing
Folder 15. "Italian and Italian American Women," 7 pgs, TS with MS editing
Folder 16. "Junior: A Film Treatment," 7 pgs, TS with MS editing
Folder 17. "The Loyalist," 20 pgs, TS
Box 74:
Folder:
Folder 1. "The Married Prostitute," 64 pgs, TS with MS editing
Folder 2. "My Friend With -The-Heart-Like-A- Short- Wave-Radio," 3 pgs, TS
Folder 3. "Never Judge A Book By Its Cover," 2 pgs, TS with MS editing
Folder 4. "On Being A Sicilian American," 18 pgs, TS with MS editing
Folder 5. "One Hundred Years of the Italian American Experience (1880-1980)," 9 pgs, TS
Folder 6. "Orpheus Played At the Picnic," 24 pgs, TS with MS editing
Folder 7. "Reflections on the Italian American Experience," 55 pgs, TS with MS editing
Folder 8. "Reflections on My Own Storia" 1pg TS
Folder 9. "Remembering Eleanor Roosevelt: Memoir of a White House Guest," 56 pgs, TS
Folder 10. "Remembering Eleanor Roosevelt on Her Centennial Birthday," 4 pgs, TS with MS editing
Folder 11. "La Senora Sopa (The Soup Lady)," 6 pgs, TS
Folder 12. "Summary of 'Some New and Old Deals'" 2pgs, TS
Folder 13. "Six Characters In Search of Mangione," 4 pgs, TS
Folder 14. The Social Success From Up State," 3 pgs, TS with MS editing
Folder 15. "Storia Segreta," 1 pgs, TS
Folder 16. "The Strangers" TS and related materials
Folder 17. "The Tale," 69 pgs, TS and MS
Folder 18. "The Three Cornered Island," 19 pgs, TS
Folder 19. "Three Mediterranean Islands," 31 pgs, TS
Folder 20. Tribute to Sterling Brown," 8 pgs, TS with MS editing
Folder 21. "Viva Paradiso!" 29 pgs, TS
Folder 22. "Water Girl," 9 pgs, TS
Folder 23. "We Lived in a "Mafia" Town" 7pgs TS
Folder 24. "What's The Picture," 46 pgs, TS
Folder 25. "Who Is the Real Robert Sebastian," 3 pgs, TS with MS editing
Folder 26. "Why Does One Write?" 1 pgs, TS with MS editing
Folder 27. "Writer's Diary" 3pgs, TS
Folder 28. "You Know How We Italians Are," 13 pgs, TS with MS editing
Folder 29. "The Young Man and the Bay," 15 pgs, TS
Folder 30. Homage to Patricia. Poem
Box 75: Miscellaneous Drafts- unidentified, no date. (21 folders)
Box 76: Miscellaneous Drafts legal sized- unidentified, no date. (2 folders)
Notebooks/notes by JM- most are miscellaneous notes. Not in any specific order unless noted.
Box 77: Small notebooks/Address books kept by JM
1. 1960s
2. 1970s
3. 1980-1987
4. 1988-1994
5. Miscellaneous address books
Box 78: Notes/ notebooks kept by JM (10 folders)
Box 79: Notes/ notebooks kept by JM (12 folders)
Box 80: Notes/ notebooks kept by JM (11 folders)
Box 81: Notes/ notebooks kept by JM (8 folders)
Research Files-
Alphabetically arranged. Research files found in this section appear to be related to La Storia, yet were not marked as such upon acquisition.
Box 82: A-C
Folder:
Folder 1. Adjustments/Psychological Aspects
Folder 2. Adjustment/Americanization
Folder 3. Adjustment/Americanization
Folder 4. American Consular Reports
Folder 5. American Society
Folder 6. Attitudes Toward Italian Immigration
Folder 7. Biography
Folder 8. Bollitino
Folder 9. Bollitino
Folder 10. Charities
Folder 11. Children
Folder 12. Cleveland
Box 83: D-Eth
Folder:
Folder 1. Dillingham Commission
Folder 2. Emigration
Folder 3. Emigration 1940-1960
Folder 4. Entertainment
Folder 5. Entertainment
Folder 6. Ethnicity TS
Folder 7. Ethnicity Articles
Box 84: Eth- Fam
Folder:
Folder 1. Ethnicity newspaper clippings
Folder 2. Exodus notes
Folder 3. Exodus research
Folder 4. Factory Investigations
Folder 5. Family: General
Folder 6. Family: Second and Third Generation
Folder 7. Family: Second Generation Conflict
Folder 8. Family Miscellaneous
Box 85: F
Folder:
Folder 1. Farming: General
Folder 2. Farming: Louisiana
Folder 3. Fascism
Folder 4. Festa! A Musical
Folder 5. Folklore: Bibliography
Folder 6. Folklore: Custom (See also: "Folk-lore")
Folder 7. Food
Box 86: I- L
Folder:
Folder 1. Identity/Image
Folder 2. Interview Tips
Folder 3. Italians Before 1880
Folder 4. Italian farmers From Canastota
Folder 5. Italian History
Folder 6. Italians and Irish/Religion
Folder 7. Italian Letters- Photocopies
Folder 8. Italians: Miscellaneous
Folder 9. Italian-American History
Folder 10. Italian-American Press
Folder 11. Legislation
Folder 12. Literature
Box 87: M-O
Folder:
Folder 1. Maja
Folder 2. Manuscript Sources
Folder 3. Media
Folder 4. Memoirs
Folder 5. Memoirs
Folder 6. Memoirs
Folder 7. Motives for Emigration
Folder 8. Myths of America
Folder 9. Occupations
Box 88: O
Folder:
Folder 1. Oral History: Connecticut
Folder 2. Oral History: Connecticut
Folder 3. Oral History: Chicago
Folder 4. Oral History: Chicago
Folder 5. Oral History: Chicago
Folder 6. Oral History: Pennsylvania
Folder 7. Oral History
Folder 8. Oral History
Folder 9. Oral History
Box 89: P
Folder:
Folder 1. Padrone System
Folder 2. Padrone
Folder 3. Photography
Folder 4. Pittsburgh
Folder 5. Prejudice
Folder 6. Prejudice: Foreign Relations
Folder 7. Press
Folder 8. Press
Folder 9. Problems of Citizenship
Folder 10. Publishers Book Catalogs
Box 90: R - S
Folder:
Folder 1. Red Scare
Folder 2. Religion
Folder 3. Reparations
Folder 4. Research notes
Folder 5. Riis, Jacob
Folder 6. Sacco Vanzetti
Folder 7. Schlesinger Library
Folder 8. Settlements
Folder 9. Settlements
Box 91: S-T
Folder 1. Settlements: Rochester
Folder 2. Socialism/Anarchism
Folder 3. Sons of Italy
Folder 4. Successful Italian-Americans
Folder 5. Translations for Research
Folder 6. Translations?
Folder 7. Tresca, Carlo
Box 92: T - W
Folder:
Folder 1. Tuberculosis
Folder 2. Women: Articles and newspaper clippings
Folder 3. Women: Notes
Folder 4. Women: Writing and Correspondence
Folder 5. Writers File: newspaper clippings
Folder 6. Writers
Folder 7. Writers
Research Files: Arranged by Topic -- as they were found in Mangione's hanging files
Box 93: Centers, Groups, and Associations
Folder:
Folder 1. American Italian Historical Association
Folder 2. American Italian Historical Association
Folder 3. American Italian Historical Association
Folder 4. Balch Institute
Folder 5. Center for Immigration Studies
Folder 6. Chicago Historical Society
Folder 7. Immigration History Research Center
Box 94: Education (5 folders)
Box 95: Folklore (see also "F")
Folder:
Folder 1. Evil Eye
Folder 2. Festivals
Folder 3. Funerals
Folder 4. Marriage
Folder 5. Superstitions: Articles
Folder 6. Superstitions: Notes
Folder 7. United States of America
Folder 8. Folklore: general
Box 96: Health
Folder:
Folder 1. Statistics
Folder 2. Articles and Notes
Folder 3. Unlabeled
Folder 4. Unlabeled
Box 97: Immigration
Folder:
Folder 1. Biographical Sketches
Folder 2. Ellis Island TS
Folder 3. Ellis Island
Folder 4. Language
Folder 5. New York City Immigrant Childhood
Folder 6. Passage to America
Folder 7. Statistics
Folder 8. Statistical Yearbook (1983); book
Folder 9. Study Guide on Italian-Americans; book
Box 98: Regions
Folder:
Folder 1. Canada
Folder 2. Italy
Folder 3. Michigan
Folder 4. Mid-West
Folder 5. New Jersey
Folder 6. New York City
Folder 7. New York State
Folder 8. Pennsylvania
Folder 9. Rochester
Folder 10. South
Folder 11. Washington, D.C.
Folder 12. West
Box 99: Politics
Folders:
1. Citizenship and Politics
2. Citizenship
3. Politics
4. Italian Politics: by State
5. New York
6. Philadelphia
7. Political Overview: Ethnicity and Politics
8. Women: Grasso-Costanza
Box 100: Unions
Folders:
1. ACWA: Biographies
2. Antagonism Towards Immigrants
3. Anthracite Coal Strike (1902, PA)
4. Biographical
5. Ettor-Giovannitti Case
6. Furio: Women and Industry
7. Garment Worker Strike
8. Garment Worker Strike
Box 101: Unions (continued)
Folders:
1. Labor 1930's
2. Lawrence Strike
3. Longshoreman
4. Ludlow Coal Strikes
5. Mesabi Range Strikes (1907, 1916)
6. Mining Communities: Accidents
7. Miscellaneous
8. Patterson Strike
9. Petrillo, James Caesar
10. Triangle Fire
11. Work Unions
12. Mutual Benefit Societies
Box 102: Italian Internment in WWII
Folder:
Folder 1. Italian Aliens in WWII
Folder 2. Italian Internment in WWII
Folder 3. Carusi, Ugo. Italians in the War Effort.
Folder 4. Identification of Alien Enemies.
Folder 5. Radio Program: One Nation Indivisible.
Box 103: Unlabeled folders
Research: Bibliographies collected by Jerre Mangione
Box 104: Miscellaneous Bibliographies (10 folders)
Box 105: Miscellaneous Bibliographies
Articles by other authors, collected by Mangione. (Arranged alphabetically by author).
Box 106: A - Ba
Box 107: Bb-Bz
Box 108: C
Box 109: D - E
Box 110: F - G
Box 111: H - L
Box 112: M - Mon
Box 113: Moo- Nn
Box 114: No - R
Box 115: S - Tq
Box 116: Tr - V
Box 117: W - Z and no name correspondence
Box 118: Oversize articles by other authors, B-Y.
Box 119: Anne Paolucci Materials
Box 120: Tina DeRosa Materials (author of Paper Fish)
Folder:
Folder 1. Correspondence with Mangione, 1979-1986.
Folder 2. NEH application submitted by DeRosa, 1980
Folder 3. "Silent Night, Homeless Night" January 1986 article by DeRosa
Folder 4. "Bye Bye Blackbird" TS article by DeRosa
Folder 5. "An Italian American Woman Speaks Out" article by DeRosa
Folder 6. Paper Fish, novel by Tina DeRosa, TS PC
Folder 7. Draft of Paper Fish, TS
Folder 8. Draft of Paper Fish, TS, cont'd
Folder 9. Draft of Paper Fish, TS, cont'd
Series IV: Teaching materials
Subseries I: University of Pennsylvania teaching materials
Box 121:
Folder 1. Memorandum: History of the English Department
Folder 2. Faculty Assignment Reports
Folder 3. Teaching
Folder 4. Daily Pennsylvanian (English department)
Folder 5. miscellaneous
Folder 6. Instructor's manuals for English textbooks
Folder 7. Excerpts from authors used for Jerre Mangione's courses
Folder 8. Press releases
Folder 9. Newspaper clippings - Writing Skills
Folder 10. Newspaper clippings - Freshman Composition
Folder 11. Teaching
Folder 12. Goodman, Ivy
Folder 13. DiVito Chair
Folder 14. Student Papers - Italian American course
Folder 15. University of Pennsylvania Faculty Club Card
Folder 16. Queens College Visiting Professor card
Box 122:
Folder 1. Miscellaneous correspondence, 1978
Folder 2. Syllabi, 1961-1968
Folder 3. Syllabi, 1969-1970
Folder 4. Lecture Notes
Folder 5. Lecture Notes
Folder 6. Lecture Notes
Folder 7. Tests written by Jerre Mangione
Folder 8. Lectures on college writing
Folder 9. Evaluation of Freshman Composition
Folder 10. Freshman Composition materials
Folder 11. Student papers
Folder 12. Cuppelli, Lisa (student?)
Folder 13. Grade Books
Folder 14. Emeritus Teacher of English Designate- July 1, 1877
Box 123: Leon Lecture Series at the University of Pennsylvania
Folder 1. Leon Lectures
Folder 2. Leon Lectures
Folder 3. Correspondence, 1962-1965
Folder 4. Correspondence, 1966-1969
Folder 5. Correspondence, 1970-1973
Folder 6. Correspondence, 1974-1976, undated
Folder 7. Budgeting, 1970-1975
Folder 8. Newspaper Clippings
Subseries II: Conferences/speaking engagements
Arranged chronologically

Box 124:
Folder 1. February 6, 1943, "Cultural Contributions to America," (Mount Allegro) Northwestern University in the Air, Of Men and Books, TS, 8pgs
Folder 2. June 14, 1945,"Contribution of Italian American Writers," Special Events Italian, Radio University, TS, 8 pgs
Folder 3. 1948, "How Long Did It Take You To Write Your Book?" (Ship and the Flame), TS with MS editing, 5pgs
Folder 4. 1961, "Glad To Have Her Back … V.A.P." (Kay Boyle) TS and MS, 4pgs
Folder 5. April 25, 1964, Speech no title, "The Command of Achievement," Pennsylvania Council Teachers of English, University of Pennsylvania, TS, 2, program attached [?]
Folder 6. May 22, 1965, letter to Charles Richard Stout and speech (no title), TS with MS editing, 18pgs, authorial identity (Montallegro and Reunion in Sicily)
Folder 7. Circa 1966, "Confessions of a Writer," TS with MS editing, 20 pgs
Folder 8. February 11, 1967, School and College Conference on English, Barnard College
Folder 9. January/March 1969, Correspondence with Ruth H. Rothenberger, TS
Folder 10. June 16-17, 1969, "The Writer's Secret Collaborator," International Conference on BSI [?] Factors in Creativity," TS, 7 pgs
Folder 11. October 7-12, 1969. "Nonviolence: The American Experience. The Ghandi Colloquium"
Folder 12. June 1970, Freedom Week Naturalization Ceremony, Philadelphia
Folder 13. June 29, 1970, keynote address for Freedom Week Naturalization Ceremony, Congress Hall, Philadelphia, TS, 7 pgs
Folder 14. April 27-29, 1972, Jefferson High School, Rochester, New York (Mount Allegro)
Folder 15. January 22, 1973, Pennsylvania State University
Folder 16. May 17, 1973, Annual Spring Dinner of the Rochester Area Council International Reading Association: Trials and Tribulations of an Author
Folder 17. 1975 [?], American Association of University Professors/College English Association [?]
Folder 18. October 18, 1975, American Ethnicity: Movement Toward Justice and Equality, Nationalities Service Center and Community College of Philadelphia
Folder 19. October 31-November 2, 1975. Fine Arts and the People: New Deal Cultural Projects Conference.
Folder 20. November 1975, William Paca Society (Society of Italian American lawyers)
Folder 21. May 18, 1976, "Philitalia" (The Italians of Philadelphia).
Folder 22. October 8-10, 1976, "American Artists of Italian Origin," 9th Annual Conference of American Italian Historical Association (AIHA), Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.
Folder 23. October 29, 1976, Affirmative Action: Ethnic Perspectives, Nationalities Service Center and Community College of Philadelphia
Folder 24. October 28, 1977, Bilingual Education: Ethnic Perspectives, Nationalities Service Center and Community College of Philadelphia, TS, 104 pgs
Folder 25. 1977 [?] Italian American Studies Committee Symposium, The University at Albany, MS and TS
Folder 26. March 4, 1978, Arshile Gorky exhibition, Newark Museum, TS and MS
Folder 27. February 23-March 4, 1979. Festa Italiana, University of Rhode Island
Folder 28. October 26-27, 1979, Sacco-Vanzetti: Development and Reconsiderations - 1979, Boston Public Library
Folder 29. Fall 1979, University Honors Programs, University of Delaware
Folder 30. 1979, An Exhibit on Americans: The Italians in New Jersey, The New Jersey Historical Society
Folder 31. April 11-12, Ethnicity: Survival and Revival.
Folder 32. April 17-19, 1980, Humanities Symposium: Literature and the Urban Experience, Rutgers University
Folder 33. May 12, 1980, Lecture: The Search for Ethnic Identity Among Italian Americans, The Italian American Institute to Foster Higher Education, Inc.
Box 125:
Folder 1. October 5-9, 1981, Literary Festival, Fourth Annual, Old Dominion University, pamphlet
Folder 2. October 30-31, 1981, Italian Immigrants in Rural and Small Town America, American Italian Historical Association, Fourteenth Annual Conference, St. Paul Minnesota
Folder 3. November 6-8, 1981, Wayne State University, Detroit Michigan
Folder 4. April 12, 1982, Italian Cultural Institute, New York, New York, TS, 3 pgs
Folder 5. September 9-11, 1982, "The Italian in America: Preparing for 1992," The National Italian American Foundation, Third International Conference, Washington Hilton Hotel, Washington, DC
Folder 6. October 29-31, 1982, "The Italian Americans Through the Generations: The First 100 Years," American Italian Historical Association, XV Annual Conference, St. John's University, Jamaica, New York
Folder 7. December 10, 1982, Columbia University Seminar on Modern Italy
Folder 8. April 28, 1983, "Oral Histories," "The 1930s and the Great Depression," Brooklyn College, TS, 3 pgs
Folder 9. April 30, 1983, spring Conference: the Italian-American Experience In Education, Staten Island, New York
Folder 10. October 5-7, 1983, "Italy and Italians in America," Universita' Degli Studi Di Catania
Folder 11. October 13-14, 1983, International Conference on the Italian Experience in the United States, Italian Cultural Institute, New York, New York
Folder 12. December 1983, Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities, University of Massachusetts
Folder 13. May 9, 1984, "Remembrances and Impressions of an Ethnic at Large," Writers Speak: America the Ethnic Experience, TS with MS editing, 16 pgs
Folder 14. October 1984, "My Experience as an Italian American Writer," University of Catania Conference, TS with MS editing, 27 pgs
Folder 15. April 21-22, 1995, National Italian-American Studies: The State of the Field and New Directions for Development, The City University of New York, Pamphlet with MS
Folder 16. September 29, 1985, Year of the Pennsylvania Writer, Pennsylvania State University, Institute for the Arts and Humanistic Studies
Folder 17. October 5-6, 1985, The Year of the Pennsylvania Writer, Leighigh Valley Conference, Moravian College, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Folder 18. October 11-12, 1985, Conference on Societies in Transition: Italians and Italian-Americans in the 1980's. Balch Institute, Philadelphia, pamphlet and TS letter
Folder 19. October 12-13, 1985, Societies in Transition: Italians and Italian Americans in the 1980's
Folder 20. November 7-9, 1985, The Melting Pot and Beyond: Italian Americans in the Year 2000, American Italian Historical Association, Eighteenth Annual Conference, TS and MS
Folder 21. April 17, 1986, Brockport State University of New York and Strong Museum, Rochester, New York
Folder 22. April 26-27, 1986, Philadelphia Ink; A Literary Celebration A Program Schedule, TS, 19 pgs
Folder 23. May 9, 1986, Mount Allegro Commemoration, Rochester, NY, TS with MS editing, 5 pgs
Folder 24. June 14-15, 1986, Curriculum Conference on Ethnic Studies, Rutgers University
Box 126:
Folder 1. November 7-8, 1986, Federal Writers' Project Symposium
Folder 2. November 9-13, 1986, "The Legacy of the New deal: A General Reconsideration," Center for Constructive Alternatives, Hillsdale, Michigan
Folder 3. November 13-14, 1986, "Italian Americans: The Search for a Usable Past," American Italian Historical Association, Nineteenth Annual Conference, Philadelphia, TS
Folder 4. February 18-19, 1987, "The Dream and the Deal: The arts After FDR," Hillsdale College
Folder 5. March 8-12, 1987, "the Legacy of the New Deal: Our Inheritance," Hillsdale College
Folder 6. March 12, 1987, The National Arts Club
Folder 7. April 10, 1987, Immigration Historical Society
Folder 8. May 6, 1987, "The Italian-American Experience: Trends in the Eighties," Glassboro State College, Glassboro, New Jersey
Folder 9. November 19, 1987, "Italian Americans in the Eighties," Delaware County Community College, TS with Ms editing, 27 pgs, and pamphlet with MS notes
Folder 10. September 23, 1989, "Writers as Workers: A 50-Year Retrospective of the Illinois Writers' Project, 1935-1939," Illinois Labor History Society
Folder 11. November 6, 1990, "The Italian-American Theater at the Turn of the Century," American Italian Cultural Roundtable, INC, Ts, 1 pgs
Folder 12. November 1-3, 1990, American Italian Historical Association, program and bound book
Folder 13. March 26-28, 1993, The Seventh Annual Tennessee Williams/ New Orleans Literary Festival, TS
Folder 14. 1992-1997, "Discovering America: The Peopling of Pennsylvania," The Major Five-Year Exhibition at the Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies
Folder 15. November 19, 1997, The American Poetry Review
Folder 16. November 27, 1998, "Holy Land: American Encounters with the Land of Israel in the Century Before Statehood," pamphlet
Folder 17. April 12-13, [?], "Minorities and the American Literary Tradition," a Conference at Utica College
Folder 18. November 17, [?] "Growing Up Italian," Italo-American National Union, Triton College, and the Italians in Chicago Project, TS, 2pgs (front and verso)
Box 127:
Folder 1. n.d., "Why Does One Write?" TS with Ms editing, 1 pgs
Folder 2. n.d., "Jules Feiffer," TS with MS editing, 2 pgs
Folder 3. n.d., "Presenting Alex Atkinson (an Englishman at Franklin [Institute ?])," TS with MS editing, 4 pgs
Folder 4. n.d., "Alfred Kazin," TS, 3 pgs (2 copies)
Folder 5. n.d., "Public and Personal Relations," TS with MS editing, 12 pgs
Folder 6. n.d., "Even in Memory," TS with MS editing, 10 pgs
Folder 7. n.d., "A Program To Stimulate Writing," TS, 8pgs
Folder 8. n.d., "Should Writers Leave Philadelphia?" TS with MS editing, 5 pgs
Folder 9. n.d., "A Double Life: The Fate of the Urban Ethnic," Ts with MS editing, 19 pgs
Folder 10. n.d., no title (Isaac Rosenfeld/ Mount Allegro), TS with MS editing, 4 pgs
Folder 11. n.d., "The Search For the Ethnic Identity, TS with MS editing, 19 pgs
Folder 12. n.d., "The Tropic of Camac," TS with MS editing, 20 pgs
Folder 13. n.d., "The Great American Problem," TS with Ms editing, 24 pgs
Folder 14. n.d., "Writers on College Campuses," TS with MS editing, 5 pgs
Folder 15. n.d., No title, TS with MS editing, 12 pgs
Folder 16. "One [?]" Ts with MS editing, 12 pgs
Folder 17. miscellaneous
Series V: Materials about Jerre Mangione
Subseries I: Awards
Arranged alphabetically by award

Box 128: (Oversize) Awards
Folder 1. American - Italian Historical Association Award, 1982.
Folder 2. The American Institute for Italian Culture Presidential Award Honoree, 1979.
Folder 3. Commendatore in the Order of "Star of Italian Solidarity" materials and award, 1971.
Folder 4. Columbus Quincenteniary Award, 1992.
Box 129: Awards
Folder 1. Americans of Italian Heritage Council Award of the Year Honoree, 1989.
Folder 2. The Athenaeum of Philadelphia Literary Award materials, 1973.
Folder 3. The Athenaeum of Philadelphia Literary Award, 1973.
Folder 4. Chapel of the Four Chaplains "Legion of Honor Gold Medallion" Award materials, 1984.
Folder 5. Chapel of the Four Chaplains "Legion of Honor Gold Medallion" 1984.
Folder 6. Chapel of the Four Chaplains: A Sanctuary for Brotherhood by Walter White, 1979.
Folder 7. The Clarion Award from East High School, 1927.
Folder 8. Columbus Citizens Foundation "Italian American Literary Achievement Award," 1993.
Folder 9. Franklin D. Roosevelt Freedom Medal, 1983.
Folder 10. Friends of the Bergendfield Library Award for Outstanding Achievement in Literature, September 14, 1980.
Box 130: Awards
Folder 1. Governor's Award for Excellence materials, 1989.
Folder 2. Governor's Award for Excellence plaque, 1989.
Folder 3. Information on the Ignazio Silone International Award, n.d.
Folder 4. International Arts Award materials, 1990.
Folder 5. International Arts Award plaque, 1990.
Folder 6. Italian Americans of Delaware Count "Person of the Year" Award, 1978.
Folder 7. Italian Heritage and Culture Month "Leonardo DaVinci Award" materials, 1989.
Folder 8. Italian Heritage and Culture Month "Leonardo DaVinci Award" plaque, 1989
Box 131: Awards
Folder 1. Justinian Society Award materials, 1966.
Folder 2. Justinian Society Award rock, 1966.
Folder 3. "Knight of Mark Twain" Award, 1978.
Folder 4. Mariano DiVito Award for Human Achievement, 1993.
Folder 5. Order Sons of Italy in America Central Delco Loge No. 2438 "Man of the Year Award," materials, 1986.
Folder 6. Order Sons of Italy in America Central Delco Loge No. 2438 "Man of the Year Award," plaque, 1986.
Folder 7. National Book Award, 1969.
Folder 8. Philadelphia Award, 1993.
Folder 9. Premio Nazionale Empedolce materials, 1984.
Folder 10. Premio Nazionale Empedolce award, 1984.
Box 132: Awards
Folder 1. Presidente Onorario dell Associazione Sciittorio Agrientinti, 1994.
Folder 2. Rochester Award, acceptance speech, 1966.
Folder 3. Rochester Award medal, 1966 and Key to City of Rochester.
Box 133: Honorary Degrees (see also Oversize Box 151: DIPLOMAS )
Folder 1. Honorary Degree- State University of New York at Brockport, 1987.
Folder 2. Honorary Degree- University of Pennsylvania, 1980, Correspondence.
Folder 3. Honorary Degree- University of Pennsylvania, 1980, Press Releases.
Folder 4. Honorary Degree- University of Pennsylvania, 1980, news clippings
Folder 5. Honorary Degree- University of Pennsylvania, 1980, conferral of degrees.
Subseries II: Exhibits
Box 134:
Folder 1. Library of Congress Exhibit materials (see also OVERSIZE BOX 152 )
Folder 2. New York Public Library Exhibit materials
Folder 3. University of Pennsylvania Exhibit materials
Folder 4. University of Rochester Exhibit materials- Correspondence
Folder 5. University of Rochester Exhibit materials- Correspondence between Mangione and Peter Dzwonkowski
Folder 6. University of Rochester Exhibit materials- Donor Lists and Invitations
Folder 7. University of Rochester Exhibit materials- labels for exhibit
Folder 8. University of Rochester Exhibit materials- NEH Grant Application
Folder 9. University of Rochester Exhibit materials- miscellaneous
Box 135:
Folder 1. University of Rochester Exhibit materials- TS draft 1 of Exhibition Catalog with editing, October 1990
Folder 2. University of Rochester Exhibit materials- TS draft 2 of Exhibition Catalog with editing, October 1990
Folder 3. University of Rochester Exhibit materials- TS draft of sections of Exhibition Catalog with editing, October 1990
Folder 4. University of Rochester Exhibit materials- Mangione's editing of Exhibition Catalog with editing, October 28, 1990
Folder 5. University of Rochester Exhibit materials- Proofs October 28, 1990
Folder 6. University of Rochester Exhibit materials- Proofs October 1990
Folder 7. University of Rochester Exhibit materials- Proof fragments, October 1990
Folder 8. University of Rochester Exhibit materials- Peter Dzwonkoski's opening remarks
Folder 9. University of Rochester Exhibit materials- George Grella's remarks
Subseries III: Articles/stories about Jerre Mangione
Arranged chronologically

Box 136:
Folder:
Folder 1. 1926
Folder 2. 1931 "He Got the Job"
Folder 3. 1943-1969
Folder 4. 1971-1978
Folder 5. 1981-1988
Folder 6. 1989
Folder 7. 1989
Folder 8. 1989 interview
Folder 9. 1990-1997
Folder 10. no date
Folder 11. Various biographical sketches of JM- many describing books he's written and brief background
Box 137: Dissertations written about Jerre Mangione.
Folder 1. Mangione's comments/corrections of Roberta Di Martini's Dissertation on Jerre Mangione, Tesi DI Laurea, completed for Universita' Degil Studi DI Torino, 2pgs TS.
Folder 2. Softcover copy of dissertation, Tesi DI Laurea.
Folder 3. Hardcover copy of dissertation, Tesi DI Laurea.
Folder 4. Softcover copy of La "Little Italy" de Jerre Mangione, by Caterina Gueli, 1989.
Folder 5. Hardcover copy of La "Little Italy" de Jerre Mangione, by Caterina Gueli, 1989.
Box 138: Dissertations written about Jerre Mangione.
Folder 1. Hardcover copy of dissertation, La Ricerca Dell "Identita" in Jerre Mangione, by Barrile Maria Stella, 1987.
Folder 2. Unbound copy of dissertation by Sam Patti, no title page, 1988?
Series VI: Audio-visual materials
Subseries I: Photographs
Box 139:
Folder 1. Key to the City of Rochester Award, 1965
Box 139, Folder 2Establishment of the Italian Studies Center at the University of Pennsylvania, November, 1978
contains photographs of Jerre Mangione, University of Pennsylvania Provost Vartan Gregorian, the Italian Ambassador, University of Pennsylvania President Meyerson; Mangione with the Italian Consul General; Mangione speaking at Hoftra University; Mangione with Mrs. Dominic ViHorine and Judge Lisa Richette.

Folder 3. Honorary Degree ceremony from University of Pennsylvania, 1980
Folder 4. AIHA Conference, 1982
Folder 5. New York Public Library Exhibit photos, 1983
Folder 6. Dedication of Historic Marker in Mount Allegro Neighborhood of Rochester, NY, 1983
Folder 7. Dedication of Historic Marker in Mount Allegro Neighborhood of Rochester, NY, 1983 continued (SEE ALSO OVERSIZE BOX 153 : Framed Map of Mount Allegro Neighborhood)
Folder 8. Premio Empoldolce Award, 1984
Folder 9. Man of the Year Award (slides), 1986
Folder 10. Honorary Degree ceremony from Brockport, 1987
Folder 11. Governor's Award, 1989
Folder 12. Arts International Award, 1990
Folder 13. Roberta De Martini's Defense of her Ph. D Dissertation on Mangione, 1994
Folder 14. Naples, December 1996
Folder 15. Unidentified event, n.d.
Folder 16. Caricature of Jerre Mangione
Folder 17. Photos used for Ethnic at Large
Folder 18. Miscellaneous Photographs of Jerre Mangione
Box 139A:
Folder 1. Miscellaneous photos
Folder 2. Unidentified negatives
Folder 3. negatives and copies from the Dream and the Deal (duplicates of many photos in Album #3)
Folder 4. Miscellaneous drawing
Box 140: Photos from the Mangione Exhibit at the University of Rochester, in order of cases
Folder 1. First Holy Communion, 1916
Folder 2. Various Mangione Family Members
Folder 3. Mangione's Graduation from Syracuse University
Folder 4. Mangione and Philip Brown, 1936
Folder 5. Sailing for Sicily, 1936
Folder 6. Yaddo, 1943-1944
Folder 7. Frank Mangione's Store, 1965
Folder 8. Mangione Family Reunion, 1978
Folder 9. Mangione in his Philadelphia Study, 1972
Folder 10. Photos taken in Sicily
Folder 11. Photos of Week of Mourning, 1965
Folder 12. Jato Dam, 1973
Folder 13. Kay Boyle, n.d.
Folder 14. Publicity photo for The Ship and the Flame, 1948
Folder 15. JM with Chaplain of University of Pennsylvania
Box 140, Folder 1616. Establishment of the University of Pennsylvania Italian Studies Center, November, 1978
photograph of Jerre Mangione, University of Pennsylvania Provost Vartan Gregorian, the Italian Ambassador, University of Pennsylvania President Meyerson

Folder 17. JM with a copy of The Dream and the Deal
Folder 18. Writer's Union picket line, 1935
Folder 19. Martin Dies
Folder 20. Vardis Fisher at this Desk
Folder 21. Jerre Mangione, 1948
Folder 22. Joseph Berger interviewing Portuguese Fishermen
Folder 23. JM and Danilo Dolci
Folder 24. Photos of the display cases containing the Mangione Exhibit, 1990
Folder 25. Photos of the reception for Mangione exhibit, 1990
Box 141: Photographs and Illustrations used for La Storia (7 folders)
Box 142 (Photo Album): Mangione Family Photos
Section 1: Immediate Family photos
Section 2: Frank and Nancy (Bellavia) Mangione Family photos
Section 3: Susan (Mangione) D'Amico Family photos
Section 4: Rita (Mangione) Mortacelli Family photos
Folder Section 5: Extended Mangione Family photos- Aunts, Uncles, Cousins in USA and in Sicily
Box 143 (Photo Album): Jerre and Patricia Mangione photos, Yaddo and MacDowell Colony, Jerre and Friends
Section 1: Jerre and Patricia (Anthony) Mangione Photos
Section 2: MacDowell Artist Colony Photos
Section 3: Yaddo Retreat Photos
Section 4: Annual Conference of the Parapsychological Foundation Photos, 1969
Section 5: Miscellaneous photographs of JM and Friends
Box 144 (Photo Album): Photographs from various books and plays based on JM's books
Section 1: Light the Candles -- Play adapted from Mount Allegro
Section 2: Photographs of Danilo Dolci, about whom A Passion for Sicilians was written
Section 3: Federal Writer's Project Photos: many were used in The Dream and the Deal, others are of members of the FWP
Box 145 (Photo Album): Photographs from trips to Sicily
Section 1: "Our Neighbors and Our Street in Partinico," n.d.
Section 2: Picnic at Bogherea
Section 3: Palermo, Sicily, 1965
Section 4: Trips around Sicily, 1965
Box 146 (Oversize photo in special sleeve):
Photograph of Mangione as a child in a wedding party which appeared on the cover of Today.
Subseries II: Record albums
Box 147: 33 rpm record albums by Mangione's nephews, Chuck and Gap Mangione, arranged chronologically.
Folder 1. The Jazz Brothers: The Mangione Brothers Sextet, 1960.
Folder 2. Hey Baby! The Jazz Brothers featuring Gap and Chuck Mangione, 1961.
Folder 3. Recuerdo: Chuck Mangione Quintet, 1962.
Folder 4. Spring Fever: The Jazz Brothers featuring Chuck Mangione, Gap Mangione, Sal Nistico, 1962.
Folder 5. Buttercorn Lady: Art Blakey and the New Jazz Messengers, 1966.
Folder 6. Diana in the Autumn Wind: The Gap Mangione Trio, 1968.
Folder 7. Gap Mangione Retrospective, 1968/1972.
Folder 8. Gap Mangione Retrospective, 1974.
Folder 9. Gap Mangione...and the kids call it boogie, 1974.
Folder 10. Mangione Bellavia: Chuck Mangione Quartet Orchestra, 1975.
Folder 11. Gap Mangione Retrospective, 1976.
Folder 12. Suite Lady: Gap Mangione, 1978.
Folder 13. Give it All You Got. Music for ABC Sports Coverage of the 1980 Winter Olympics, from the forthcoming Chuck Mangione Album, Fun and Games, 1980.
Folder 14. Love Notes: Chuck Mangione, 1982.
Folder 15. Chuck Mangione, 70 Miles Young, 1982.
Box 148: 33 rpm record albums collected by Mangione. Arranged alphabetically by title.
Folder 1. George Rochberg, The Concord Quartet.
Folder 2. George Rochberg, The Concord String Quartet. String Quartet No. 3.
Folder 3. Marc-Antonio Consoli: String Quartet.
Folder 4. Musici Siciliani, Amico Dolci.
Folder 5. The National Gallery: Performing Musical Interpretations of the Paintings of Paul Klee.
Folder 6. Opus One, Number Thirteen.
Folder 7. Sicilian Traditional Songs and Music: La Baronessa Di Carini.
Folder 8. Spells: Music by Peter Racine Fricker and Jack Behrens.
Folder 9. Today's Voices
Folder 10. Tom Lehrer: That Was the Year that Was.
Subseries III: Audio tapes
Box 149
INTERVIEWS, organized by last name:
Folder 1. Abbate, Carmello. Nov. 22, 1981, side 1 (parts 1 2), side 2 (part 1); in Italian and English
Folder 2. Abbate, Carmello. Nov. 22, 1981, side 2 (part 1 only); in Italian and English
Folder 3. Balch, Jack. Side 1 re: FWP
Folder 4. Balch, Jack. Side 2 re: FWP
Folder 5. Benack, Ersalia. Aug. 31, 1981 side 1
Folder 6. Benack, Ersalia. Aug. 31, 1981 side 2
Folder 7. Coco, Remo. 1980, side 1
Folder 8. Coco, Remo. 1980, side 2
Folder 9. Cowley, Malcolm. Visit at Viking Press Office in NYC 4/25/84 side 1 (no side 2)
Folder 10. Crotto, Father. On Scranton Trip, Sides 1 2
Folder 11. DeChicchis, Jenny. Aug. 30, 1981 side 1
Folder 12. DeChicchis, Jenny. Aug. 30, 1981 side 2
Folder 13. DeLeurs, Angelo. (Rosenthal inverview) June 1983 Side 1 (tape says Jan 19 th )
Folder 14. DeLeurs, Angelo. (Rosenthal inverview) June 1983 Side 2
Folder 15. Deni, Antoinette. 9/19/82, Sides 12
Folder 16. DeProphetis, Nino. 7/31/81, North Cape May, Side 1
Folder 17. DeProphetis, Nino. 7/31/81, North Cape May, Side 2, Part 1 only
Folder 18. Dolci, Danilo. Interview 11/19/84, side 1, parts 1 2: In Italian, but with English intro by JM
Folder 19. Dolci, Danilo. Interview at home of Mangione 11/19/84, side 2, part 1: In Italian
Folder 20. Dolci, Danilo. Interview 11/19/84, side 2, parts 1 2: In Italian
Folder 21. Dolci, Danilo. Interview Part 3 (Final Part) Nov. 19, 1984, Side 1 only: In Italian
Folder 22. Dolci, Danilo. Interview Part 3 (B). Nov 19, 1984
Folder 23. Dorais, Bill. May, 28 1968, San Francisco, Side 1 only, discusses the WPA
Folder 24. Ellison, Ralph. Interviewed by JM June 30, 1969 NYC, side 1, discusses the WPA
Folder 25. Ellison, Ralph. Interviewed by JM June 30, 1969 NYC, side 2
Folder 26. Fisher, V. Boise Idaho June 4, 1968, side 1 (two copies)
Folder 27. Fisher, V. Boise Idaho June 4, 1968, side 2
Folder 28. Gasbarre, Angeladea. Interviewed by Lisa Gasbarre, 2/16/85, tape 1, side 1
Folder 29. Gasbarre, Angeladea. Interviewed by Lisa Gasbarre, 2/16/85, tape 1, side 2
Folder 30. Gasbarre, Angeladea. Interviewed by Lisa Gasbarre, 2/16/85, parts in Italian
Folder 31. Gustave, Rose sides 1 2
Folder 32. Harris, Reed.
Folder 33. McHugh, V. May 29. 1968, San Francisco, side 1
Folder 34. McHugh, V. May 29. 1968, San Francisco, side 2
Folder 35. McHugh, V. May 29, 1968, San Francisco, side 12
Folder 36. Mangione, Jerre. Interviewed by James G. Spaoy, Philadelphia, PA 1/20/82 side 1
Folder 37. Mangione, Jerre. Interviewed by James G. Spaoy, Philadelphia, PA 1/20/82 side 2 (track 1 begins at 1:20)
Folder 38. Mangione, Jerre. Questions about Sicily, side 1 only (interviewer, date unknown)
Folder 39. Mangione, Jerre. Questions about the problem of ethnicity; Questions about Mangione's personality, side 1 (interviewer, date unknown), parts of interview in Italian
Folder 40. Mangione, Jerre. Questions about the problem of ethnicity, Questions about Mangione's personality, side 2 (interviewer, date unknown)
Folder 41. Mantes, Anne and Joe Cascio. Interviewed by JM. Scranton; Nov. 26 side 1
Folder 42. Mantes, Anne and Joe Cascio. Interviewed by JM. Scranton; Nov. 26, side 2
Folder 43. McGraw, Jimmy. 3 ¾ IPS, 3 inch reel; interview re: FWP
Folder 44. Patti, Sam. Siciliana, Side 1
Folder 45. Polizzi, Frank. 11/81 Sides 1 2
Folder 46. Pricci, Grace Doria; Cascio (cont'd), side 1
Folder 47. Pricci, Grace Doria; Cascio (cont'd), side 2
Folder 48. Pricci, Grace Doria (cont'd); Lentini Side 1 IN ITALIAN
Folder 49. Pricci, Grace Doria (cont'd); Lentini, side 2 IN ITALIAN
Box 149a
Folder 1. Puccio, Frances (Rosenthal). March 5, 1983, Ellenville, NY, side 1
Folder 2. Puccio, Frances (Rosenthal). March 5, 1983, Ellenville, NY, side 2, part 1 only.
Folder 3. Rosenberg, Harold. Aug. 20, 1968 side 1 only, re: FWP
Folder 4. Rosenberg, Harold. Aug. 20, 1968 side 1 2 all, re: FWP
Folder 5. Rosenthal. 1/19/82, Side 1 (7 tracks due to damage to tape)
Folder 6. Rosenthal. 1/19/82, Side 2 (Track 1 begins @ 3:45)
Folder 7. Terkel, Studs. Interviewed by JM. WPA Writers Project 3/1/83 side 1
Folder 8. Thompson, Donald and McGraw. May 16, 1968, Nov. 17, 1968. Interviewed by JM. Re: WPA.
Folder 9. Vaerling, Basil. San Fransisco, 3 ¾ speed, 7/28/68; self interview re: FWP
Folder 10. Vaerling, Basil. Letter to JM. 7/5/68, 3 ¾ speed; re: FWP
Folder 11. Williams, Ivan. Head of Alien Internment Camp, sides 1 2, (self interview)
Folder 12. Williams, Ivan. Head of Alien Internment Camp, sides 1 2, cleaned up (self interview)
Folder 13. Williams, Ivan. Pheonix, AZ, sides 1 2, (self interview sent to JM)
Folder 14. Williams, Ivan. Pheonix, AZ, sides 1 2, cleaned up, (self interview sent to JM)
Folder 15. About My Father – B. Scarpone, sides 1 2
Folder 16. Interview in Ellenville of Sicilian worker who arrived in 1964, "Benny" (Track 1 is inaudible music)
RADIO OR TELEVISION PROGRAMS/LECTURES TAPED BY JERRE MANGIONE:
Box 149a
Interviews featuring Mangione on TV/Radio, organized by date:
Folder 1. Dec. 21, 1965. University in Review radio program featuring Mangione's lecture "The Writer Inside the Writer."
Folder 2. 1972. Mangione interview Book Boat – Cromie; radio interview
Folder 3. Feb. 6, 1973. WUAY FM Mangione interview Dream and Deal, Sides 1 2
Folder 4. Aug. 4, 1975. Nationalities Service Center of Philadelphia American Issues Radio Forum. Interview with Mangione.
Folder 5. June 20, 1978. Mangione on Collier; July 10, 1978, Mangione, Frank Ford part 1 about An Ethnic at Large
Folder 6. July 18, 1980. Touch of Italy. Mangione radio interview in Chicago. First 3-4 minutes are music.
Folder 7. Dec. 27, 1984. Mangione interviewed by Terry Gross on WHYY, side 1 only
Folder 8. Sept 23, 1989. NPR Broadcast, Scott Simon Mangione re: FWP; Mozart Clarinet Concerto
Folder 9. Oct. 5, 1989. Mangione Radio Times 91FM
Folder 10. Oct. 5, 1989. Radio Times 91 FM; Weekend Edition Not Public Radio, Sept. 2 1989, Mangione interviewed on radio. Track 2, re: FWP
Folder 11. 1992. Mangione Interview WHYY, sides 1 2: Very poor sound quality (almost not understandable)
Folder 12. No Date. Heywood Hale Broun interviews Mangione re: An Ethnic at Large.
Folder 13. No Date. Mangione with Terry Gross, Fresh Air WHYY- FM, Philadelphia, Side 1
Folder 14. No Date. Mangione with Terry Gross, Fresh Air WHYY- FM, Philadelphia, Side 2 Only
Folder 15. No Date. Mangione interviewed by Bob Koch, side 2
Folder 16. No Date. Mangione on unidentified radio show (96.5)
Interviews NOT featuring Mangione, organized by date:
Folder 1. June 7, 1979. Charles Ferroni: My Father Myself, live recording?
Folder 2. Jan. 27, 1980. WSNI Italian Sunday Special starring Charlie Borelli, side 1 only (part 1 only)
Folder 3. Nov. 27, 1981. Jeno Parlucci NBC (0-9:40), Burton Wasserman Feb. 1982 (9:40-end)
Folder 4. Mar. 27, 1983. 60 Minutes CBS Jos. Bonano Interviewed by Mike Wallace
Folder 5. Jan. 29, 1984. "Lee Iococca, an American Profile" NBC, side 1
Folder 6. Jan. 29, 1984. "Lee Iococca, an American Profile" NBC, side 2
Folder 7. Jan. 29, 1997. Studs Terkel, side 1; Fred Cardaffee radio interview, re: Italian American Literature
Folder 8. Jan. 29, 1997. Studs Terkel, side 2 (part 1 only); Fred Cardaffee radio interview, re: Italian American Literature
Group interviews featuring Mangione, organized by date:
Folder 1. Sept. 22, 1989. Group Interview by Studs Terkel, side 1. Mangione, Dave Peltz, Sam Ross re: FWP
Folder 2. Sept. 22, 1989. Group Interview by Studs Terkel, side 2, part 1 only. Mangione, Dave Peltz, Sam Ross re: FWP
Folder 3. No Date. Mangione interview about Dolci, Marcia Rose; Frantz Ford Mangione – "The Dream"; Bad Sound! Radio interview
Group interviews NOT featuring Mangione, organized by date:
Folder 1. No Date. Radio interview Ben Morreale and Fred Cardaffee being interviewed about La Storia. Studs Terkel – interviewer.
Box 149b
Public Speaking Engagements featuring Mangione, organized by date:
Folder 1. 1972. Interview re: Mt. Allegro with Students of Bible College, sides 1 2
Folder 2. Mar. 1, 1983. WPA Writers Project, side 1; New York Public Library panel discussion featuring Mangione at WPA exhibit
Folder 3. Mar. 1, 1983. WPA Writers Project, side 2; New York Public Library panel discussion featuring Mangione at WPA exhibit
Folder 4. Mar. 1, 1983. Mangione Writers Project, side 1: FWP panel talk at NY Public Library – Duplicate
Folder 5. Mar. 1, 1983. Mangione Writers Project, side 2: FWP panel talk at NY Public Library - Duplicate
Folder 6. Mar. 1, 1983. WPA Writer's Project NY Public Library side 1; Mangione panel talk
Folder 7. Mar. 1, 1983. WPA Writer's Project NY Public Library side 2; Mangione panel talk
Folder 8. Nov. 11, 1983. Regionalism the Art of the 30's MTA, Marling Mangione, Side 1; Symposium lecture
Folder 9. Nov. 11, 1983. Regionalism the Art of the 30's MTA, Marling Mangione, side 2; Symposium lecture
Folder 10. May 9, 1986. Dedication Plaque Tape – Mangione sides 1 2; radio broadcast in English and Italian, track 2 features Mangione
Folder 11. Nov. 13, 1992. Library of Congress, side 1; reception honoring Mangione
Folder 12. Nov. 13, 1992. Library of Congress, side 2; reception honoring Mangione
Folder 13. Nov. 13, 1992. Library of Congress Speakers at Luncheon, Side 1
Folder 14. Nov. 13, 1992. Library of Congress Speakers at Luncheon, side 2 part 1 only
Folder 15. Nov. 13, 1992. Library of Congress, Mangione's Remarks and Close, side 1
Folder 16. Nov. 13, 1992. Library of Congress, Mangione's Remarks and Close, side 2, Part 1 only
Public Speaking engagements NOT featuring Mangione, organized by date:
Folder 1. 1960. Pat Cooper (Pasquale Cornato), side 1 only; Italian American comedian
Folder 2. Dec. 5, 1963. Art Alliance Presentation Archibald Macleish.
Folder 3. May 3, 1978. Italians in California, Joe Giovinco, side 1 only; Lecture, Poor sound quality
Folder 4. Oct. 12, 1978. Danilo Dolci, Penn, sides 1 2; poor sound quality, In Italian w/translator
Folder 5. Sept. 17, 1981. The Burgia: a State of Mind; II Rachel Munafo, Mossman, Robt. Laggini
Folder 6. Nov. 12, 1983. Regionalism the Art of the 1930's, Levine, side 1
Folder 7. Nov. 12, 1983. Regionalism the Art of the 1930's, Levine, side 2 (part 1 only)
LISTING OF INSCRIBED BOOKS AND PAPERS WITH SOME COMMENTARY
Box 149b
Folder 1. Listening to inscribed books with some comments by JM; 16 items described to date 3/15/82
Folder 2. 1-54; 55-105 (Put in Box 1 Supplement Aug. 8, 1988
Folder 3. 105-150; 151-195
Folder 4. 196-249; 250
Folder 5. Misc. Papers Side 1
Folder 6. Misc. Papers Side 2
Folder 7. Part 5- Cont. of Listing of Books +266- Side 1
Folder 8. Part 5- Cont. of Listing of Books +266- Side 2
Miscellaneous Audio Tapes
Box 149b
Folder 1. In Historic Marker Folder, 1986, Audio Letter to JM about Mount Allegro Neighborhood, Side 1 only
Folder 2. Two, Life Sentence with music by Jack Behrens, Recorded in Wavertree Hall Greenwood, VA, 8/2/1972, Side 1 only
Folder 3. Barbara Streisand Albums
Folder 4. "Disguise"-Chuck Mangione (tape) Nino DeProphetis (case) 7/31/1981, Side 1 only
Folder 5. M.E. Ciavarelli, May 6, 1987 #425, Side 1 only
Folder 6. M.E. Ciavarelli, May 6, 1987 #425, Side 1 only
Folder 7. Tape From Lucches, re. Italian Heritage, sides 1 2
Folder 8. Leonardo, side 1 only
Folder 9. "Miquon" by George Britton, "Miquon Post Office" by Mike Ricciutti, Narration by GB, side 1 only
Folder 10. Italian-American Literature, LoVerso, Side 1 only
Folder 11. Crocchit Sebastian 1978, An Ethnic at Large University of Ill. Interview 1979, Mangione and De Rosa, sides 1 and 2
Folder 12. Hamilton Lighthouse, Fall 1978, JM, 3/17/1979, YADOO, Side 1 part 1
Folder 13. Hamilton Lighthouse, Fall 1978, JM, 3/17/1979, YADOO, Side 1 part 2
Folder 14. Part VII- Biographical Material and Advertisements, Side 1 only
Folder 15. Fortunata- Side 1 only part 1 only
Folder 16. Rinaldo in Campo, Sides 1 2
Folder 17. Dr. Edward H. Chappelle, Sr. Memorial Service, 6/3/1984, side 1
Folder 18. Dr. Edward H. Chappelle, Sr. Memorial Service, 6/3/1984, side 2
Folder 19. America: The Dream of My Life, Narrated by Eli Wallach, 1992, Sides 1 2
Folder 20. America: The Dream of My Life, Narrated by Eli Wallach, 1992, Side 3
Folder 21. JM and Wright Morres National Book Awards, 1/31/1969, Sides 1 2
Box 150
Folder 1. Sunrise Semester # 15, St. John's University, Italian American Experience, sides 1 2
Folder 2. Sent from St. John's University, sides 1 2, Part 1: Introduction Italian Roots
Folder 3. CBS-Caporele-The Family 8/5/1981, St. John's Servews Women 8/7/1981 Sides 1 2, Part 2: The Italian American Family from The Italian American Experience Past Present
Folder 4. Italian Roots- #2 Coppa, St. John's 7/1981, The Great Migration- #3 Curran, St. John's 7/1981, Sides 1 2
Folder 5. #9 St. John's Caporole Geo Distrib. Occup. Profile, #10 St. John's Summartino, The Italian American Press, Sides 1 2
Folder 6. #13 Italian-American Community, #14 Mafia Myth Reality 8/20/1981, Sides 1 2
Folder 7. #15 Discrimination Italian-American Identity-Jos. Giordano 8/12/1981, #16 "The Fascist Years"- Curran 8/25/1981, Sides 1 2
Folder 8. Sent from St. John's University #17 and #18, Sides 1 2
Folder 9. #19 Pop. Culture- Durran 9/1/1981, # 20 Music and Literature 9/3/1981, Sides 1 2
Folder 10. Sent from St. John's University #22, Side 2 only
Folder 11. #23 Roots, 9/10/1981, #24 Religious Exp. 9/12/1981, Sides 1 2
Folder 12. #25 Role of Post World War II Immigrants 9/15/1981, # 26 Economic and Social Position of Italian Americans Today 9/17/1981, Side 1
Folder 13. #25 Role of Post World War II Immigrants 9/15/1981, # 26 Economic and Social Position of Italian Americans Today 9/17/1981, Side 2
Folder 14. Conclusions (Coppa) 9/19/1981, side 1 only
Folder 15. Charles Lee Broadcast Announcement 1983, Publication of "An Ethnic at Large" and "Dream" Radio Times- 91FM, 10/5/1989, "first ten minutes", side 1 only (UNREADABLE)
Folder 16. Danilo Dolci interview at home of JM, 11/19/1984, Side 1 part 1
Folder 17.
Series VII: Oversize items
Box 151: Diplomas
Folder 1. Honorary Diploma from State University of New York at Brockport, 1987
Folder 2. Honorary Diploma from University of Pennsylvania
Folder 3. Diploma from Washington Junior High School, 1924
Folder 4. Diploma from East High School, 1927
Folder 5. Diploma from Syracuse University
Box 152: Exhibit Photos (possibly from the Library of Congress Exhibit?)
Box 153: Framed map of Mount Allegro Neighborhood
Box 154: Miscellaneous large photographs and printed ephemera
Box 154a: Advertising materials- Mangione's ad layouts
Box 155: Plaster cast of Mangione's head made while he was a student at Syracuse University
Box 156: Miscellaneous Awards, including: (SEE ALSO AWARDS, Boxes 128-133 )
Folder 1. 1966- Friends of the Rochester Public Library Literary Award (silver bowl)
Folder 2. 1978-Italian Americans of Delaware County Man of the Year Award (clock)
Folder 3. Gold-Star metal, n.d.
Folder 4. County of Monroe, State of New York Award, n.d.
Folder 5. Centennial Coin
Folder 6. City of New Orleans pendant
Folder 7. County of Delaware, PA
Box 157: Mariano DiVito Award, 1993 (SEE ALSO Box 131 )
Box 158: Clothing
Folder 1. Hood from University of Pennsylvania (see Box 133 Honorary Degrees )
Folder 2. Hood from State University of New York at Brockport (see Box 133 Honorary Degrees )
Folder 3. Mount Allegro T-Shirt
Folder 4. La Storia Sweatshirt
Box 159: Book Award
Box 160: Painting of Jerre Mangione by Morel Pagano, 1996.
Box 161: Glass plate negatives for illustrations of Mount Allegro (Caution HEAVY)
Box 162: Glass Vase. Souvenir from Mangione's 50th Class reuinion at Syracuse University.
Two posters of a book talk on La Storia at Barnes and Nobles Bookstores, Sunday, December 5th at 5pm- located in mapcase, alcove 4, #2
Series VIII: Correspondence
Subseries I: General correspondence
General correspondence (Box 163-191)located in separate Access database - contact the department for details. Boxes 190 and 191 are "no last name" boxes, arranged by date.

Box 190: 1930-1989
Box 191: 1990-n.d.
Subseries II: Correspondence with publishers and literary agencies
Arranged alphabetically by agency name

Box 192: A-Cov
Box 193: Cr-Gu
Box 194: H-H.W.
Box 195: I-Mu
Box 196: N-Ru
Box 197: S-U
Box 198: W
Subseries III: Book dealers
Box 199: Arthur Scharf
Subseries IV: Correspondence with journals, magazines and newspapers
Arranged alphabetically by journal name

Box 200: A-N
Box 201: P-
Subseries V: Correspondence with organizations, societies and institutions
Arranged alphabetically

Box 202: Ac-Ame
Box 203: Ame-Amici (1981)
Box 204: Amici 1982-1990
Box 205: Amici (1991)-Au
Box 206: B-Cen
Box 207: Cen-Ear
Box 208: Ele-Fu
Box 209: Gi-In
Box 210: It-Or
Box 211: Pa-Sm
Box 212: Soc-Univ
Box 213: V-Y
Box 214: Friends of Danilo Dolci
Box 215: Postcards, notecards, holiday cards
Box 216: Publications arranged alphabetically by name, A-
Series IX: Miscellaneous
Box 217
Folder 1. Dedication of Mount Allegro Neighborhood Marker, 1986
Folder 2. Photographs of Italians- used in a book/article?
Folder 3. Tennessee Williams Festival, 1993
Folder 4. newspaper clippings re: Thor Power Tool Case, 1980
Folder 5. Miscellaneous Notes on small pieces of paper
Folder 6. Miscellaneous TS pages with MS notes.
Folder 7. Materials regarding the Medicare Catastrophic Coverage Act
Folder 8. Miscellaneous receipts
Folder 9. Commencement materials from Western Reserve University, 1940 with 5 unidentified photos
Folder 10. Materials regarding the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA)
Folder 11. Obituaries
Folder 12. Calendars, 1991, 1992
Folder 13. Italian Passion Play materials, 1908
Folder 14. Membership Certificate: Order of Sons of Italy in America, April 24, 1992. Benventuo Lodge 2572.
Folder 15. Materials relating to a car accident, May 21, 1990.
Box 218
Folder 1. Diary, January-3 February 1933
Folder 2. Employment record materials, 1929-1961
Folder 3. 1936 Passport materials
Folder 4. 1936 Passport
Folder 5. Selective Service Registration
Folder 6. Diary, 1979 trip to England
Folder 7. Letter from uncle on the occasion of Mangione's first Marriage, 1947. TS translation from the Italian, with original MS Italian letter.
Folder 8. Petition with signatures for seat on the City Council of Philadelphia, 1976 (copy)
Folder 9. Mailings concerning JM's campaign for a seat on the City Council of Philadelphia, 1976
Folder 10. newspaper clippings concerning JM's campaign for a seat on the City Council of Philadelphia, 1976
Folder 11. Correspondence concerning JM's campaign for a seat on the City Council of Philadelphia, 1976
Folder 12. Speech given by JM at City Council Meeting, 1975


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