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Anthony Brunello, Cesaria Canelia, William Vittone, and Reina Vittone Interview Transcript (Part of the Italian American Oral History Project)

 Digital Record
Identifier: https://archives.nmu.edu/Oral_History_Transcripts/Italian_American_Oral_Transcript/Italian_American_Oral_Transcript_Brunello_Tony.pdf

Dates

  • 1982-08-22

Summary

This document is a transcript of an interview with Anthony Brunello, Cesaria Canelia, William Vittone, and Reina Vittone. However, the transcript is extremely inaccurate. It only records what Anthony Brunello and the interviewer said, not the other interviewees. Even within Brunello's responses, there are often missing sentences or wrong words. Use this transcript with care. Topics include Brunello's family background, how his family came to the Kimball, Wisconsin area, farming, mining, how large the Italian-American community was, the Depression, bootlegging, midwives, home medical remedies, education, skiing, and food.

Conditions Governing Use

Permission to publish the Anthony Brunello, Cesaria Canelia, William Vittone, and Reina Vittone Interview Transcript (Part of the Italian American Oral History Project), must be obtained from the University Archivist. The University Archivist may be reached by phone at 906-227-1225, or e-mail, mrobyns@nmu.edu. The University Archivist may also be reached in Room 126 of Harden Hall, Northern Michigan University, Marquette, MI.

Extent

1 item (1 text file (8 pages))

Language of Materials

English

Existence and Location of Originals

MSS-202, Italian American Oral History Project

Repository Details

Part of the Central Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan University Archives Repository

Contact:
Harden Learning Resources Center 126
1401 Presque Isle Ave
Marquette 49855 United States
906-227-1225
906-227-1333 (Fax)

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