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Italian Street Musicians

Barnaby Scuttlemouth, a traveling Savoyard and Cuckow John, his countryman

Sir Fopling Fine-Step, an Italian dancing master and Goodman Long Breeches, a boorish bridgegroom

U.S. Reports: Respublica v. Mesca, et al., 1 U.S. (1 Dall.) 73 (1783)

circle from "Italy, classical, historical and picturesque. Illustrated in a series of views from drawings by Stanfield, R. A., Roberts, R. A., Harding, Prout, Leitch, Brockedon, Barnard, &c. &c. With descriptions of the scenes. Preceded by an introductory essay, on the recent history and present condition of Italy and the Italians, by Camillo Mapei (translated by David Dundas Scott)"

Bankoku jinbutsu zue - Itaria kokuō

Neapolitan peasants, milking the goat

The Italians in Abyssinia

Maloney's leg

Maloney's leg

Maloney's leg

Ram a jam, or, I want dat man

Ram a jam, or, I want dat man

A typical group in Naples, Italy

Maloney's leg

Ram a jam, or, I want dat man

Maloney's leg

Ram a jam, or, I want dat man

Ram a jam, or, I want dat man

Maloney's leg

Ram a jam, or, I want dat man

Poor O'Hoolahan

Poor O'Hoolahan

Portrait from "Italy and the Italians. ... With map and illustrations"

Poor O'Hoolahan

Poor O'Hoolahan

Italians around suspended bank

[Boulevard des Italians, Paris]

Italians watch kidnappers taken to court

Italians, trade conference

Tenement dwellers dropping clothes from fire escape for Italians on East side, New York

Clothes wagon, for Italians on East side, New York

Alms collected for Italians on East side, New York

N.Y. school - Italians

N.Y. school - Italians

Italians taking possession of Tripoli

Italians charging Austrian infantry

Italians going to front

Italians at Consulate, New York, 5/25/15

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New Jersey - War activities. Italians escorting 312th Infantry at Newark, New Jersey

Italians marching to stadium

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - 332d Infantry, Ohio and Pennsylvania boys who fought with Italians on Piave, marching up Fifth Avenue, New York

Ceremonies - Flag Day, 1918 - Italians in Flag Day Parade. Boston, Mass. Aug. 1918

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - Honoring the gallant 332D Ohio and Pennsylvania Infantry that fought on the Piave with the Italians. Showing Guglielmotti, Col1l Wallace and their staffs

Italy. Between Brenta and Piave. Transport of captured Italians

Italians in stadium

Ceremonies - Independence Day, 1918 - Amer. Misc. - Independence Day, Cincinnati, Ohio. U.S. Judge Howard Hollister addressing meeting of Italians in Eden Park

Ceremonies - Independence Day, 1918 - Amer. Misc. - Cincinnati, Ohio Italians celebrate Independence Day. The Italians of Cincinnati gave vent to their patriotic impulses at Eden Park, Cincinnati on Independence Day

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - New York - Honoring the gallant 332d Ohio and Pennsylvania Infantry That fought on Pieve with the Italians. General Guglielmoth, Col1l Wallace, and their staffs

Italians in stadium

Italy. Between Brenta and Piave. Transport of captured Italians

Italians marching into stadium

Italians in stadium

Ceremonies - Lafayette Day, 1918 - Lafayette Day at City Hall, New York. Thousands of soldiers and civilians visited the City Hall steps in N.Y. on that day where ceremonies were held practically all day long. Frenchmen, Italians, Englishmen and Americans gathered there and heard the addresses of the different nations' represent actives

At stadium reception to Italians

Italian delegates to Conf.

Lifting the body of Count de Cellere aboard the Mayflower

Services for Count de Cellere at Wash. Navy Yard, [Washington, D.C.]

Madam Bernardi

Services for Count de Cellere at Wash. Navy Yard, [Washington, D.C.]

Japanese aviators welcome Italians

Baron Camillo Romano Avezzana

The Allied passport commission and control. The last of the Mohicans. An Englishman, Frenchman (2) and two Italians

Sailing from Genoa. Hundreds of Italians are waving bon voyage to relatives off to the Land of Opportunity, the U.S.A. The port of Genoa with the city climbing the hillsides to low forts built by Napoleon ; On the S.S. Conte Verde a new luxurious Italian express steamer of the Lloyd Sabaudo Co. two extra propeller blades are carried. This is one.

Sailing from Genoa. Hundreds of Italians are waving bon voyage to relatives off to the Land of Opportunity, the U.S.A. On the S.S. Conte Verde a new luxurious Italian express steamer of the Lloyd Sabaudo Co. two extra propeller blades are carried. This one [text missing] ; Showing the height of the propeller blade on the S.S. Conte Verde. Mr. Carpenter in the picture.

Salvatore M. Pino, right, representing Il Profresso Italo-Amfricano, one of the leading Italian newspapers in U.S., with Pres. Coolidge, with a picture of the Dante statue located in Meridian Hill Park, Wash. Mr. Pino urged on behalf of the Italians in this country the improvement of the lower portion of the park be expediated as much as possible White House, Washington, D.C.

Arrival of Fuller-Gonsalez Opera Company with hands raised in fascist salute, Sydney, March 1928 / Sam Hood

Backyard. North Beach District (Italians). San Francisco, California

Card Alley. North Bean District (Italians). San Francisco, California

Housing typical of that afforded agricultural workers on King's Farm near Morrisville, Pennsylvania. These workers are mostly Italians who come up from Philadelphia every summer

The photographs in the Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information Photograph

Group of Italians talking, Decatur Street, New Orleans, Louisiana

Telling the Italians!

Indian troops in East Africa. A detachment from one of the Punjab regiments take up their position for the guard of honour for the march past the captured Italians from Amba Alagi area

French-Canadian troops in Sicily, with French speaking Italians. The Italian soldier (center) is a veteran of many Italian engagements and is now a member of a local fire fighting outfit in a small village

New York, New York. Saturday night gathering of the members of the Venetia Giulia fraternity, an International Workers' Order section made up of Italians from the southern section of Austria. The organization gives them sickness insurance and other benefits. Austrian-Italian-Americans singing songs of their native country

New York. New York. Class in citizenship and English for Italians given free of charge at the Hudson Park library on Seventh Avenue near Bleeker Street

New York, New York. Class in citizenship and English for Italians given free of charge at the Hudson Park Library on Seventh Avenue near Bleeker Street

Axis propaganda. Here are five of more than one hundred exhibits which Elmer Davis, director of the Office of War information, displayed to the press at a conference on March 6, 1943, to tell how the OWI was fighting the Axis on the propaganda front. In this collection appear NIPPON, a widely-circulated Japanese propaganda magazine; SIGNAL, the Nazi magazine which in many languages is widely distributed in neutral countries; YAMATO, a magazine lauding the Japanese published by the Italians; HITLER CODICA EL MUNDO, an expose of Hitler in Spanish by Hermann Rauschnigg and FREEDOM, the Japanese propaganda organ which ironically, displays a picture of American prisoners of war on the cover

New York, New York. Italians coming out of Saint Patrick's Church on Mott Street on Sunday

New York, New York. Saturday night gathering of the members of the Venetia Giulia fraternity, an International Workers' Order section made up of Italians from the southern section of Austria. The organization gives them sickness insurance and other benefits. Drinking beer at a bar adorned with portraits of Lincoln and Roosevelt

New York, New York. Class in citizenship and English for Italians given free of charge at the Hudson Park Library on Seventh Avenue near Bleeker Street

New York, New York. Class in citizenship and English for Italians given free of charge at the Hudson Park Library on Seventh Avenue near Bleeker Street

New York, New York. Class in citizenship and English for Italians given free of charge at the Hudson Park Library on Seventh Avenue near Bleeker Street

New York, New York. Class in citizenship and English for Italians given free of charge at the Hudson Park Library on Seventh Avenue near Bleeker Street

New York. New York. Class in citizenship and English for Italians given free of charge at the Hudson Park library on Seventh Avenue near Bleeker Street

New York, New York. Saturday night gathering of the members of the Venetia Giulia fraternity, an International Workers' Order section made up of Italians from the southern section of Austria. The organization gives them sickness insurance and other benefits. Austrian-Italian-Americans singing songs of their native country

New York, New York. Saturday night gathering of the members of the Ventia Giulia fraternity, an International Workers' Order section made up of Italians from the southern section of Austria. The organization gives them sickness insurance and other benefits. These people are dancing to a jukebox in their hall on East Thirteenth Street

New York, New York. Saturday night gathering of the members of the Venetia Giulia fraternity, an International Workers' Order section made up of Italians from the southern section of Austria. The organization gives them sickness insurance and other benefits. These people are dancing to a juke box in their hall on East Thirteenth Street

French-Canadian soldiers in Sicily with French speaking Italians

Sfax, Tunisia. Archbishop Francis H. Spellman of New York, viewing bomb damage to the city only recently evacuated by the Germans and Italians

New York, New York. Class in citizenship and English for Italians given free of charge at the Hudson Park Library on Seventh Avenue near Bleeker Street

New York. New York. Class in citizenship and English for Italians given free of charge at the Hudson Park library on Seventh Avenue near Bleeker Street

Sousse, Tunisia. A building which received a direct hit in a raid over the town by bombers of the Northwest African Strategic Air forces before the Germans and Italians retreated. The enemy had placed tank obstructions in the street

New York, New York. Saturday night gathering of the members of the Venetia Giulia fraternity, an International Workers' Order section made up of Italians from the southern Austria. The organization gives them sickness insurance and other benifits. Drinking beer at a bar adorned with portraits of Lincoln and Roosevelt

New York, New York. Saturday night gathering of the members of the Venetia Giulia fraternity, an International Workers' Order section made up of Italians from the southern section of Austria. The songs of their native country

New York, New York. Saturday night gathering of the members of the Venetia Giulia fraternity, an International Workers' Order section made up of Italians from the southern section of Austria. The organization gives them sickness insurance and other benefits. Austrian-Italian-Americans singing songs of their native country

Axis propaganda. Here are five of more than one hundred exhibits which Elmer Davis, director of the Office of War information, displayed to the press at a conference on March 6, 1943, to tell how the OWI was fighting the Axis on the propaganda front. In this collection appear NIPPON, a widely-circulated Japanese propaganda magazine; SIGNAL, the Nazi magazine which in many languages is widely distributed in neutral countries; YAMATO, a magazine lauding the Japanese published by the Italians; HITLER CODICA EL MUNDO, an expose of Hitler in Spanish by Hermann Rauschnigg and FREEDOM, the Japanese propaganda organ which ironically, displays a picture of American prisoners of war on the cover

New York. New York. Class in citizenship and English for Italians given free of charge at the Hudson Park library on Seventh Avenue near Bleeker Street

Italians love music, so the jock pipers of the British army entertained them frequently in the public square. Small liberties such as this touched the Sicilians deeply