A group of Italian Americans stand behind a distraught organ grinder, who sits on his organ with his face buried in his hands. Before him stands his tottering, inebriated monkey who has just consumed the chian... more
Front page of newspaper, Il progresso Italo-Americano, with story about the Triangle Shirtwaist Company fire. Includes list of Italian American victims, a drawing of a victim and photograph of police.
This is the total attendance (2 pupils) at Sanders School, #30, near Sterling, Logan Co., Colo., October 25, 1915, seven weeks after school opened. The total enrol[l]ment will reach 15 or 17 after beet work is over. Sept, 6, school opened with 12 pupils. Low attendance will continue for several weeks. The teacher, Miss Allison, says that out of 8 months of school, many of the children will get only four months schooling on account of beet work. The 2 pupils are, Harold, a 9 yr. old American boy whose family hires beet-workers, and 6 yr. old Lena, who belongs to an Italian family with 9 children, Padroni. (See 4043). Location: Sterling [vicinity], Colorado.
Boy's Activities - War Work in Europe - One of the junior members of the American Red Cross Boy Scout Brigade. He is a young Italian-American
Date Taken: 1918 Photographer: American Red Cross Boy's Activities - War Work in Europe