Guide to the Girolamo Valenti Papers, 1925-1977


Guide to the Girolamo Valenti Papers, 1925-1977


Girolamo Valenti (1892-1958) was an anti-Fascist, anti-Communist editor, socialist, and labor leader who emigrated to the United States from Italy in 1911. The papers include correspondence, radio scripts, manuscripts, clippings and obituaries, the majority in Italian, relating to labor and political issues concerning Italy and Italian Americans.

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