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Title Memories of the Old Neighborhood, Little Italy [Hoboken] from 1910-1980. [By Murray Pasquale, Hoboken, n.d., ca. 1980.]
Object Name Documents
Catalog Number 2007.069.0001
Collection Family & Friends Memorabilia Collection
Credit In Memory of Tom and Lois Emma. Gift of Linda & Steve Darago.
Scope & Content Memories of the Old Neighborhood, Little Italy [Hoboken] from 1910-1980. [By Murray Pasquale, Hoboken, no date, circa 1980.] Photocopied, 35 typewritten leaves, pp. [i-iii], 1-24, 1-7, [1]. PDF on file.

(Per donors Linda & Steve Darago: Tom Emma and Andrew Aurigemma assisted Pasquale in assembling and typing the work.)

Pages 1-24 (see notes for text), untitled as a section, are addresses on the 400 to 600 block of Adams and Jefferson Streets with short listings of building uses, owners, tenants and businesses over time along with author's commentary on some individuals, families or events such as a marriage. This section is followed by a section of seven numbered pages (1-7) called "Some Laughter and Good Humor" which is a collection of sayings, observations, etc assembled by the author. (This section is imaged, but the text is not in notes.) The last leaf is un-numbered and is titled, "Families That Lived in a Poor Neighborhood and by Their Parents Sweat and Blood Raised Their Children to Become the Following:" Below that heading are lists of doctors, lawyers, dentists, nurses, a pharmacist, reporter, school teacher and podiatrist who came from the neighborhood (Text for this leaf is in notes.)

The main text of address listings from pages 1-24 appeared as an article in Hoboken History No. 6, Winter 1993, on pages 16-20, edited and rearranged; see library catalog 2005.006.0007.

Notes [Text scanned 2007 as received with few corrections made except for OCR errors. Not checked for spelling of names, etc. Format including capitalization and punctuation is generally that of the original document.]


[Title]
MEMORIES OF THE OLD NEIGHBORHOOD LITTLE ITALY [Hoboken] FROM 1910 TO 1980
[By Murray Pasquale]

[End page i]

[Dedication]
We dedicate this book in Memory of our Mothers and
Fathers, Relatives and Friends that have passed on to
Eternal Rest. They will be in our Hearts and into
Our Minds for all Eternity.
We will cherish many Memories from the Love and Friendship they gave us.

[End page ii]

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

I wish to Express My Sincere Thanks to Mike Guglielmelli and Tony Finizio and Many of Our Friends For Their Cooperation in Putting This Book Together.

[End page iii]

401 JEFFERSON STREET
Lehman Brothers Smelters, Behind Lehman Was A Truant School

403 - 405 JEFFERSON
Lehman Property

407 JEFFERSON STREET
Chemical Corp. Then Mike Guglieimelli bought the Property and Built a Garage.

409 JEFFERSON STREET
Mr. DeSano Building then sold to Calleci Family

411 JEFFERSON STREET
Guglielmelli Property Converted to Saloon 1940 and Restaurant, Catering to Parties and Weddings.

413 JEFFERSON STREET
Guglielmelli Pastry Shop 1920. July 1, 1922 Called Cafe Belle Napoli
Ice Cream, Lemon Ice and Spumoni.

415 JEFFERSON STREET
Reffale Carbone - Shoe Maker. Caiezza Pizzeria then Bencivenga bought
the Property named it Balboa Pizzeria. Now owned by Mr. Romano.

[end page] 1

417 JEFFERSON STREET
Orefice Dry Goods Store, in the Basement

419 JEFFERSON STREET
Nunche Club, Brother of Dominick Miele and Barber Shop.

421 JEFFERSON STREET
Pinellas Grocery Warehouse

423 JEFFERSON STREET
Lupo Grocery Store, Dopey Gus Bar. Pinellas Bar was converted to Hardware Store. There was a Tailor Shop behind the Hardware Store.

Where Bob had a Fruit Store was:
1. Costello Music Store ( 1925 )
2. Rosenburg Shoe Shop
3. Del Guidice Grocery Store
4. Carlos Pastry
5. Corbisiero Pastry
6. Antonio Pastry
I was in the store when Mrs. Antonio, mother of Eddie, received a Letter and Telegram from the Government reading "Your Son Was Killed in Action". This was a trying moment for me.

Eddie was a very intelligent person, very studious and spoke five different languages. EDDIE, MAY GOD BLESS THE GROUND WHERE YOU ARE RESTING.(I lost a Very Good and True Friend).
Gustoso Bakery Shop Sonny & Tess
Chicken Store De Rosa
Fish Store Jimmy Lombardo (1920)
Later - Fruit Store Vettoso
Fish Store Ralph
Fish Store Phil and Mary

[end page] -2-

401 ADAMS STREET
1. Albini Drug Store.
2. Gustoso's Bakery (Sonny & Tess).
3. Eggert Feed Co. (Behind the Drug Store)

403 ADAMS STREET
Private Home

405 ADAMS STREET
Kusseluk Shoe Store.
Candy Store.
Frank's Barber Shop which is NOW Mike's Barber Shop.

407 ADAMS STREET
Home of Kramer, The Policeman.

409 ADAMS STREET
Empty Lot, as far as we could remember.

411 ADAMS STREET
Private Home.

413 ADAMS STREET
Chinese Laundry in Basement NOW Private Home.

415 ADAMS STREET
1922 D'Agostino Funeral Parlor.
Club Stationery Store.

417 ADAMS STREET
Barber Shop owned by Sylvia Rocco's Father, also a Candy Store and Pizzeria Store.

[End page 3]

419 ADAMS STREET
1. Home of Mrs. Mussolina and Butcher Shop
2. Manna's Butcher Shop
3. Dr. Auriemma's Office - 1 Flight Up
4. Club 35 (Mike the Butcher)
5. Laundromat
6. Dry Goods Store
7. Candy Store

421 ADAMS STREET
Private - Fish Store, Property of Mike Delle Fave

423 ADAMS STREET
Pizzino Grocery Store
Warehouse
Pelligrino Bar
Rex Bar
In 1925 two stores were built when they tore down the warehouse.
Then there was Festa Fruit Store, Quaglieri Grocery and Dry Goods Store, Joe Palermo Stationery & Shoe Shine Store. There were many shoe shine stores or places to have our shoes shined and looking clean and neat.

[End page] -4-

400 ADAMS STREET
Sam - The Spot Bar
Capelli's Bar and Restaurant
Turso's Bar which is now Called Michael's Bar & Restaurant.

402 ADAMS STREET
Empty lot now which was once the Home of Montefort Dry Goods Store.

404 - 406 - 408 ADAMS STREET
These were all Private Homes.

410 ADAMS STREET
Private Home also a Stationery Store.

412 ADAMS STREET
Carlos's Pastry Shop which is now owned by Buddy & Mary and since have five Children.

414 ADAMS STREET
Fiore's Delicatessen Store where the famous Mozzarelle is owned by John and have people from all nearby Cities come to buy all this delicious Mozzarelle and other Italian Cold Cuts.

416 ADAMS STREET
Once was the Home of Emanuel Battaglia, -
Now an Empty Lot, which is Fiore's Parking Lot.

418 ADAMS STREET
Home of Pepe Boss - Joey Nickey
Store Rentedto I.L.A. For Meetings, Now this same Store is rented by
MSS. DI MONTE VERGINE. In 1942, this same Store was rented to Mike The Butcher.

[End page] -5-

420 ADAMS STREET
1924 Skelly's Restaurant started in the basement, then moved upstairs. Skelly's nephew Joey, the Policeman, rented the apartment above the Restaurant.
Skelly, Pepe and Jack had the finest food in town.
Pepe is now in a Nursing Home.
TO Skelly & Jack, If there is a Heaven, I know you
are both up there.

[End page] -6-

400 JEFFERSON STREET -
Corner Store Rented By Mr. Irvelino, Then He moved To The Rear Of
the Store, Up the Stoop. The Front Of The Store was then Rented
By Joe Lisa, 1950.
4th Street Entrance was a Candy Store, The Son was Tony Petrillo
Singer, known as Val-Valente.
Mr Irvelino as an Insurance Agent
Going towards Madison Street was Bartletta Hall.
P/S Frank, If your name was on the Ballot, You always got my
Mr. and Mrs. Vote.
Across the Street South/West Corner was the Cigaret Factory.

402 JEFFERSON STREET
Mr. & Mrs. Policastro - Candy Store In Basement.
Murray Pasquale Once Lived There.

404 JEFFERSON STREET

Club In Rear Yard Called Madison A.C.
You Had To Walk Thru an Alley (1921).
Minervini Was not There.

406 JEFFERSON STREET
Private Home Owned By a German Woman.

[End page] -7-

408 JEFFERSON STREET
Before Minervini ( 1921 ).A Factory was at this address making
Radio Tubes.

4th & JEFFERSON STREET
TROY'S CLUB Before 1919 Mike Costello Had a Saloon. When He Decided To Give Up the Saloon, He sold it to the Mother And Father of the famous singer Frank Sinatra. When They Gave Up This Saloon, it became a store For Selling Supplies For A Machine Company. Then a Bakery. The Property was bought by Mr. La Barbiera. Behind La Barbiera was a private home.

Corner of 4th And Adams Street 332 Was Jodice Bar & Grill With A Side Entrance in the Rear. Then it Became D'Agostino Funeral Home.

410 JEFFERSON STREET
Private Home Owned by Brizz Family.

412 JEFFERSON STREET
This was Owned By The Veloce Family, Pizzeria Restaurant Rose And Jimmy.

414 JEFFERSON STREET
Private Home Owned By Mrs. Grossi. These 3 Wonderful Families Could
Never Be Replaced.

[End page] -8-

416 JEFFERSON STREET
HERE WAS A DELICATESSEN. Pepi, The Shoemaker next to Lunato, Fruit Store (1924).
Johnny Pepi, Son Of The Shoemaker,a hired Guitarist for Weddings.
Pepino, Shoemaker started in the Basement of 514 Jefferson Street, then
moved to 416 Jefferson Street.

418 JEFFERSON STREET
House in Rear of Lunado Fruit Store. The obvious thing was a Big Tree on the Sidewalk.

420 JEFFERSON STREET
At This Address was the Oxford Club, Also Angelo's Grocery Store and 3rd. Ward Democratic Club.

422 JEFFERSON STREET CORNER
On this property was a Restaurant. There was a Stable called "THE BARN"
To Rest Horses, Going to 5th and Madison Street.
There was also Frank, The Butcher and Jimmie's Shoe Store
In 1938, There was a Club, Tailor Shop, Shoe Maker, Francisco's Fruit
Store and on the Corner was also a Butcher.

[End page] -9-

500 ADAMS STREET
1. Saloon 2. Carollo's Drug Store 3. Steneck Bank
4. Caporino' Stationery Store 5. Cervelli's Grocery Store

Among the Tenants were Striano Family, Lambiase Family, Grecco Family
Carbone Family and Venezia Family.

Above the Store was a Hall named Costello Hall, where numerous parties were held. This was later called The Oxford Hall.
The First Couple to Marry was John Pascale and Jenny Tarantula (1910)
Underneath the Hall was Jake The Jew Stationery Store 1917. Along was Vettoso ( Tuddy ) Mother and Father's Fruit Store and next to them was a Barber Shop by the name of Tony The Barber. Also, was Trappani's Jewelry
Store.
[holographic note on leaf: John Pasquale + Jenny Tarantula is Chuck's Mother & Father.]

500 - 502 - 504 ADAMS STREET
Sadie's Dry Goods Store Red The Butcher
Neil's Grandfather and Grandmother had a Fruit Store, where everyone chatted.

506-508 ADAMS STREET
Vincent and Teresa Fabrucino Pastry Shop was sold to Emil, then sold to people from New York, then to Giro.
Benjamin Graziano, Butcher, then sold to Red The Butcher.
Red The Butcher originally started at 508 Adams Street.

510 ADAMS STREET
Naddeo started and moved to 522 Adams Street. Eddie Argenziano Hardware
and John The Barber.

[End page] -10-

512 ADAMS STREET
Joe Rosenburg, Candy Store, Fruit Store, Then moved and replaced by
Barber Shop.

514 ADAMS STREET
Aurigemma Fruit Store, Yacullo mother Dry Goods Store then Landy's parlor.

516 ADAMS STREET_
De Vincenzo Saloon with Hall in the rear. He closed the Front of the store and moved to the rear and made a Shoe Store called Sandy's. Also, Spinelli Funeral Parlor.

518 ADAMS STREET
Francisco Bakery then La Barbiera Bakery, Then Al Jordan, Then Willie Sauna then to Giquanto.

520 ADAMS STREET
Tex Corrado Home, Slim Fortunato lived here. The Store was Danny's Bar with a Dance Hall.

522 ADAMS STREET
Naddeo Hardware Store which is now owned and operated by Joe Capporino.

[End page] -11-

524 ADAMS STREET
This is a private House. The tenants in this house were Mother and Father of Chickie and Mike Spina, Stamp with The Bad Leg and Joe the Shiek, also Boot Black in the basement.

526 ADAMS STREET
Parents of Jimmie Russo Fruit and Vegetable Store, Property of the Sansevere Family. Jimmie was a Fast and Classy Boxer.

528 ADAMS STREET
Curly Corrado Bar & Grill ( 1934 ) and now owned and operated by Joe Capporino Stationery Store.

530 ADAMS STREET
Mike Curci Property sold various kinds of Nuts. Then sold to Chippie's mother where she had a candy store and also many people did home work on Beads.

532 ADAMS STREET
Henny Parisio, known as Cockeye Henny's Pool Parlor and Club.

534 ADAMS STREET_
Spina's Bar & Grill. Greatest Hunter in the State, now Tony's Finizio Grocery Store.

[End page] -12-

6th. & JEFFERSON STREETS
Corner - Joe The Sheik (1930)
Hat Cleaning
Boot Black & Shoe Shine

2nd. Store Martella Fruit Store
3rd. Store - Waco Club

Across The Street -
Corner - Mancusi Drug Store (1930)
Lewis Churches Trench
Rose & Frank Lia (Mayor)
Now is John Pitera's Jewelry Store, in Basement

North West Corner 600 ADAMS STREET
Bar & Grill (1931)
D'Antonio Pastry Shop
Zitani Drug Store
Pinizio Butcher & Grocery Store

6th & ADAMS STREET North East Corner
Dorman Grocery, Then Sold to Patty Russo
Grocery Store behind Patty Russo
D'Antonio Pastry Store moved from Corner to middle of the block between Adams and Grand Streets.

[End page] -13-

5th STREET & ADAMS STREET
Behind empty lot is now Number 3 Public School. Between the School and Falco's Clothing Store was a show[shoe]maker owned by Parents of Joseph Romano, Corner of 5th And Grand Nobile Bar & Grill with a Restaurant on Top.

517 ADAMS STREET
Malatesta Iron Works.

519 ADAMS STREET
Tailor & Milk Store

521 ADAMS STREET
Chicken Store owned by Mr. & Mrs. Luciano

523 ADAMS STREET
Nickey's Candy Store

525 ADAMS STREET
Barber Shop and Candy Store

527 ADAMS STREET
Private Home

[End page] -14-

529 ADAMS STREET AROUND 1925
Ba Deels Candy Store Mr. & Mrs. Yacullo Dry Goods Store

531 ADAMS STREET
Private Home

533 ADAMS STREET
Russo's Butcher Shop, Father & five Sons
( Jimmie, Charlie, Cherry,Babs and Albert )
Also, The Home of Peluso Family
The Home of Tamburo Family
Committeeman Mike Addeso under McFeeley[McFeely] Regime

[End page] -15-

On 5th STREET & MADISON STREET TO 5th & JEFFERSON STREET
Corner 1. Linoleum Store
2. Landy and Failla Funeral Parlor
3. Landy & Paul Del Pia Agency

Corner of 5th & JEFFERSON STREET

500 JEFFERSON STREET
Ricco House, Frank Luciano Father of LuLu Luciano Bar
Finizio Grocery Store
Henny's Grocery & Butcher Shop

502 JEFFERSON STREET
This is the Home of the Corrado Family
Fruit Store (Padrone)
Barber Shop.
Failla Funeral Parlor
Bar with Bocci Alley-This was a Good Sport
1940 Archangelo Owned this House
Corrado Geiedno
Dry Goods Store

504 JEFFERSON STREET
Bencevenga Family owner 1910-1918
Mother & Father had 13 children EQUALS 15 People in four rooms

Calabrese Family Tony & Virginia
Marano Family Borelli Family
Matty-The-Ox Sometime called him "The Bull" lived at 504 Jefferson Street.

A Store at this address was owned by ERNESTO PASTRY SHOP
Migaleen -sister of Mrs. Finizio, Fruit Store
Mike Guglielmelli Ice Cream Parlor (1922).

[End page] -16-

506 JEFFERSON STREET
Little Mike The Fireman was the First Owner.
Then was bought by the Yaccarino Family. Mother Yaccarino was
Married from 513 Jefferson Street, which was owned by The Liquori's.
John Yaccarino was born at 513 Jefferson Street.

Store was operated by Del Guidice, a Grocery Store
Butcher
Chicken Store Bar - Biggie's Clam Bar
Restaurant

508 JEFFERSON STREET
Rose Petrillo Family - George Petrillo Family
LULU Mike and Kate
Lombardy Family Fusco Family
DeSomma Family

Candy Store was owned By Rose's Mother & Father, Property is NOW owned by Mr. & Mrs. E. Presti.

510 JEFFERSON STREET
Borelli House - Pasquales, MURRY [Murray Pasquale] was born at 510 Jefferson Street.
Yorka Ann Ninzie
Rose and Babe "Jimmie Carter"

60 Years ago a baker by the name of Asunda had the Stable in the rear. Then Joe Borelli had it. Mike La Bruno was the Baker. Later the Stable was converted to a Wine Cellar by the Uncle. Whether we liked it or not we had to smash the Grapes with our BARE FEET. He made sure we washed our feet first. There were many cuts and bruises which was the talk of the town. There were no machines. Everything was done by hand and our own two feet. Believe me, the Wine was the best to be had and tasted good.

[End page] -17-

512 JEFFERSON STREET
Elizabeth Hazziotti was the owner of this Home.

Tenants were
John Pasquale Family Calabrese Family
Russo Family Victoria Family
Rottina Family Cicero Family

Elizabeth's Father had Eight or Nine Goats. He would take them to the hills to eat grass and bring them back at night.

Henny and Willy's Wine Cellar. Then a Candy Store by Nunzie.

514 JEFFERSON STREET
Cappiello Family were 12 People in the Family, who lived in a Three Room Apartment.

Harotta Family were 10 People in this, Family, who also lived in a Three Room Apartment

Tronolone Family and Russo Family were other tenants who lived at this address.

P/S 22 People on the Second Floor, Toilets in the Hall No WALL to WALL GOD BLESS OUR PARENTS. MUCH PATIENCE WAS NEEDED.

516 JEFFERSON STREET
Del Monaco Family Di Geico Family
Tessie Frizzy ( 70 Years of Age)
Now owned by Tessie Frabasile.

[End page] -18-

518 JEFFERSON STREET
This House was moved from Jackson Street to 518 Jefferson Street
Rose Marotta lived upstairs, Also Garibaldi Saloon
John & Apicella Bar Tinsmith
Society Club

520 JEFFERSON STREET
De Stefano Family Truglios Family
Mariners Family Salinas Family
Mike The Duke's Sister Mike The Longshoreman
Store Mike's Candy Store
Petrillo's Bakery Paddy's Tailor
Charlies's Candy Store with Ice Cream
Bier's Bakery

522 JEFFERSON STREET
DE Stefano Property was a Store, Barber Shop By Pepe
Mikey La Bruno wife's Family, Grace Palmeri and the Vitale Family.

524 JEFFERSON STREET
Shultz Hardware Bar
Ice Cream Parlor Brother Babe Lived Upstairs

526 JEFFERSON STREET
Mike Costello Building Contractors. This Contractor built 516 Jefferson Street and Carmine Pasquale Insurance Agency was also at this Address.

[End page] -19-

528 JEFFERSON STREET
Sammy Lisa's house. Before the Store Barber Shop Candy Store

530 JEFFERSON STREET
Before Jefferson Hall was built, there was a Saloon and Grocery Store. Tube Brothers, Then Jefferson Hall was owned by Chuck Vernaglia.

The Tenants were CheCha Pepe and Lena Valentino.

Across the Street on the North West Corner was Sam and Pete Lisa Garage Repair, Eastern Transfer Company.

[End page] -20-

501 JEFFERSON STREET - Corner
1910 -1917
(1.) Rinaldi and Finizio Tavern sold to Patsy Pinella
(2.) Home Made Macaroni Shop
(3.) Valentino Shoe Store Owner Died.
This was then sold to Mr. Giangleano
Then a Grocery Store
Lazzaro Valente Brother Shoey's Father was the Shoemaker

501 JEFFERSON STREET
1918 to 1950
This building was owned by Mr. & Mrs. Calabrese
On the Corner Store was Carollos Drug Store, Later Mancusi
Drug Store. There was also Patsy the Shoemaker and Calabrese
Fruit Store. Later on it became Mary The Florist
Trapani Jewelry Store.

One night a mother put her baby to bed, along the side of the Window, of course, at this time window screens were not too secure, the Baby rolled out of the window, three Stories High. D.O.A.

503 JEFFERSON STREET
Basement ( 1930 ) Napolitani's Pizza Pie where Big Neal was a Waiter
Another Candy Store and Joe's Coffee Shop. There was also Nunzie's Fruit Store
Tenants were Pantoliano Family Pascale Family
Orlando Family
Mosca owned 505 - A Cousin, owned 503, then sold to Mosco and bought from Naporano.

[End page] -21-

505 JEFFERSON STREET
503 and 505 were both apartment buildings with stores in the Basement where many business took place, as explained in the previous paragraph. At this basement in 1935 was a Bar with two Big White Dogs.

Tenants were Cuozzo Family (
Phil and His Sister (
Bob Steel Family (
Jenny Marbles Sister ( DOMINICK MIELE
Sam Liguori ( POOL ROOM 1930
Gangolano Family (

507 JEFFERSON STREET
This was a Private Home. There was a House in the Rear of this Property, which included Leo Magente and His Brother, Gimmie my Dollar Back, Louise A Giant Fan Rooter and Anthony. ( This was a very Fine Family).

509 JEFFERSON_STREET
This has been a vacant lot for years.

511 JEFFERSON STREET_
Petrillo House, Another House in the Rear, which was used for Keeping
Trucks to Cart Fruit in the Markets. Then the House was moved to the
Fron., It was then renovated and Rented by Cowboy for a Restaurant.
The Home of Judge Carson The House now belongs to Mario Raggio Butcher
Shop. The same store was Rented by Failla Funeral Home.

[End page] -22-

513 JEFFERSON STREET
This was the Home of Hr. & Mrs. Liguori. There was a Paper Mill and Warehouse next Door.

Tenants were Tony Pontillo, The Ice Man Rossi & Hattie Liguori
Mike Romano, Musto Family Philomena's Husband
I Can Recall Before The Paper Mill, The Empty Lot where We Played Marbles, I Could Still See My Mother Calling me For Supper
( MAY GOD BLESS HER )

515 JEFFERSON STREET
HERE WAS A GARAGE

517 JEFFERSON STREET
HERE WAS THE PAPER Mill

519 JEFFERSON STREET
Rossario Miele House, The Sausage Maker At this Time We Paid 35 cents a Pound
Upstairs Lived Frank and Caroline D'Lorenzo, The Parents of Jessie
Frabasile. By The Way, Tessie Was Married From That Address
Store Nunzio, This was the famous HOME BREW MAKER.

521 JEFFERSON STREET
This Was A Private Home Tenants Were Lisa Ham & Eggs
Nicoletta Feola Joe Mike Alutto
Tessie & Hike Totaro Patsy & Mike Totaro

[End page] -23-

523 JEFFERSON STREET
Private, House in the Rear Freida & John Sansavere
Charlie Fat and His Wife
Diary Milk Store in Front ( 1910 )

525 JEFFERSON STREET
Gallo Family Co. K. Club Joe Bambino

527 JEFFERSON STREET
PRIVATE Families Nardello Family Palmeri Family
Vernaglia Family Zig - Zig Chirichella
Spina Family

529 JEFFERSON STREET
Private The Chirichella Knock-out Family
Rose Geget Caporino Family
Joe Lisa Mother & Father
Paddy & Rose Ronga
Mickey & Mary Curci

[End page] -24-

[End of main text; followed by seven numbered pages "Some Laughter and Good Humor" which are imaged but the text is not in these notes. It was followed by a single unnumbered leaf whose text is below.]

FAMILIES THAT LIVED IN A POOR NEIGHBORHOOD AND BY THEIR PARENTS SWEAT AND BLOOD RAISED THEIR CHILDREN TO BECOME THE FOLLOWING:

DOCTORS LAWYERS
Dr. Michael Marrano Mr. Dominick Marrone
Dr. James Nobile Mr. Samuel Marciano
Dr. Charles Carluccio Mr. Robert Carluccio
Dr. C. F. Sabini Mr. Lawrence Florio
Dr. Patrick Petrosino
Dr. Red Addeaino
Dr. Felix De Vincenzo
Dr. Eugene Graziano DENTIST
Dr. Alexander Graziano Dr. Charles Peluso
Dr. Mario Albini Dr. Frank Marciano
Dr. A. Zitani, Jr. Dr. Neil Harciano
Dr. C. Peluso
Dr. Charles Quaglieri

PHARMACIST REPORTER
Dr. Louis Peluso Mr. Harry Marotta

SCHOOL TEACHER NURSES
Alvira Marotta Antonio Guglielmelli Campbell
Rosemary Kopicenski
PODIATRIST
Dr. Anthony Grieco

[End of volume]



People Pasquale, Murray
Emma, Tom
Emma, Lois
Date 1910-1980
Year Range from 1910
Year Range to 1980
Search Terms Jefferson St.
Adams St.
Caption pg [i] title
Imagefile 062\20070690001.TIF
Classification Domestic Life
Business & Commerce
Bars / Saloons
Bakery
Domestic Life
Real Estate
Restaurants
Manufacturing
Funerals
Social & Personal Activity
Marriages