General description written on October 16, 1941 by Livona Hanneau of the "well-loved feast of the Italian people" as it is celebrated in America, and the religious observances that occur on that day. "Additions and corrections" were provided in a separate document by Rose Incardona of Albany, NY.
October 16 1941
Hanneau, Livona M. (Author)
New York State Archives. Federal Writers' Project (N.Y.). State Director's publications working files, 1936-1942. A0551-77. Box 60, Folder 17, pages 14-15.
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