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For a discussion of this magazine that ran for at least eleven years (1918 or 1919 - 1929), and that was utterly sui generis, neither radical, nor anti-fascist, nor fascist, nor bourgeois, see the general entry: Il Messaggero della Salute: rivista…

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For a discussion of this magazine that ran for at least eleven years (1918 or 1919 - 1929), and that was utterly sui generis, neither radical, nor anti-fascist, nor fascist, nor bourgeois, see the general entry:Il Messaggero della Salute: rivista…

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Two Italian patriotic songs, printed in blue ink on both sides of a single sheet, issued by an Italian-American publisher in New York City. Numbered Nos. 174 and No. 175, suggesting that Matacea was a fairly prolific publisher of such songsheets, but…

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These three chromolithographic prints or, given their location in the Princeton Poster Collection of the Smithsonian, posters, perhaps issued as a set, depict respectively the trial, execution, and burial of German militarism in the form of the…

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This bilingual advertising handbill for the American premier of "Il Fornaretto di Venezia" at the 5th Avenue Play House, ca. 1923, was printed on all four pages in English and Italian, and contains three illustrations. The handbill opens to a large…

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This particular flyer or handbill was used to incite Italians workers to show their opposition to the "guerra imperialista," the Italian imperialist misadventure in Ethiopia, calling them to rallies in August 1935, in both Elmira and Ithaca in…

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This flyer was printed recto only on newsprint with two columns of text, one in Italian the other in English. It gives an announcement for a community meeting to be held at Public School 45 in the Bronx, Friday, December 11, 1936. Sponsored by the…

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See the general entry for Il Martello for the years 1918-1943 (repeated in a few descriptions of individual issues) for the history of the founding and running by Carlo Tresca of this, perhaps the most famous and almost surely the most long-lived of…

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See the general entry for Il Martello for the years 1918-1943 (repeated in a few descriptions of individual issues) for the history of the founding and running by Carlo Tresca of this, perhaps the most famous and almost surely the most long-lived of…

Il Martello No. 3.jpg
See the general entry for Il Martello for the years 1918-1943 for the history of the founding and running by Carlo Tresca of this, perhaps the most famous and almost surely the most long-lived of the radical newspapers in Italian in the Italian…

Il Martello No. 2.jpg
See the general entry for Il Martello for the years 1918-1943 for the history of the founding and running by Carlo Tresca of this, perhaps the most famous and almost surely the most long-lived of the radical newspapers in Italian in the Italian…

Il Martello No. 1.jpg
See the general entry for Il Martello for the years 1918-1943 for the history of the founding and running by Carlo Tresca of this, perhaps the most famous and almost surely the most long-lived of the radical newspapers in Italian in the Italian…

Il Martello No. 14.jpg
See the general entry for Il Martello for the years 1918-1943 for the history of the founding and running by Carlo Tresca of this, perhaps the most famous and almost surely the most long-lived of the radical newspapers in Italian in the Italian…

Il Martello No. 8.jpg
Carlo Tresca was the editor-in-chief (or equivalent) at several radical newspapers over his career, but the one that he founded and ran for decades — Il Martello — is the one most closely identified with him, and he with it. Tresca founded Il…

Il Martello No. 42.jpg
Carlo Tresca was the editor-in-chief (or equivalent) at several radical newspapers over his career, but the one that he founded and ran for decades — Il Martello — is the one most closely identified with him, and he with it. Tresca founded Il…

Il Martello No. 24.jpg
Carlo Tresca was the editor-in-chief (or equivalent) at several radical newspapers over his career, but the one that he founded and ran for decades — Il Martello — is the one most closely identified with him, and he with it. Tresca founded Il…

Il Martello No. 9.jpg
Carlo Tresca was the editor-in-chief (or equivalent) at several radical newspapers over his career, but the one that he founded and ran for decades — Il Martello — is the one most closely identified with him, and he with it. Tresca founded Il…

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Carlo Tresca was the editor-in-chief (or equivalent) at several radical newspapers over his career, but the one that he founded and ran for decades — Il Martello — is the one most closely identified with him, and he with it. Tresca founded Il…

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The full run of issues of Il Proletario from 1924, companion volume to the full run of 1923 issues also in the collection.This most important I.W.W. newspaper (which began in 1896 and lasted until 1946) was edited at various times by an all-star list…

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The full run of issues of Il Proletario from 1923, the companion volume of the 1924 full run in the collection.The front page of the May Day 1923 issue of Il Proletario feautres a striking cover illustration, captioned “The heads of the monstrous…

Il Messaggero No. 111 A.jpg
For a discussion of this magazine that ran for at least eleven years (1918 or 1919 - 1929), and that was utterly sui generis, not filling within the radical left, nor anti-fascist, nor fascist, nor bourgeois, see the general entry: Il Messaggero…

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Just when you thought you could put all Italian American newspapers or magazines into "boxes" labelled one of the following, namely, (1) "Bourgeois- Prominente Class," (2) "Anarchist, socialist, et al., and anti-fascist", or (3) "Fascist,"  - that…

Il Messaggero No. 109 A.jpg
For a discussion of this magazine that ran for at least eleven years (1918 or 1919 - 1929), and that was utterly sui generis, neither radical, nor anti-fascist, nor fascist, nor bourgeois, see the general entry: Il Messaggero della Salute: rivista…

Il Messaggero No. 108 A.jpg
Just when you thought you could put all Italian American newspapers or magazines into "boxes" labelled one of the following, namely, (1) "Bourgeois- Prominente Class," (2) "Anarchist, socialist, et al., and anti-fascist", or (3) "Fascist,"  - that…
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