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This one is a real "oldie". Might be a members of the Sons of Italy Lodge. Sashes could be three colors.


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Did Randy take this or his Dad? This is really old.


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Picture of a picture isn't it?


Can you name any of the people?
Salvatore Jammalo - top row 3rd from left

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Founders of the Sons of Italy of North Adams


Can you name any of the people?
Antonio Tassone third row from the floor sixth person from the left

Can you name the location?
Sons of Italy


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Top row left to right: Anthony Spagnola, Joseph Mancuso, Salvatore (Sam) Jammallo, Antonio Mirante, Joseph Drogotta, Lorenzo Burzimati, Frank Mancuso, Unknown "Tom", Joseph Critelli, Domonic Benincasa, Frank Vigna, Vincent Castagna 2nd row left to right: Raffaele Romeo, Dante Tallarico, Nicola Gigliotti, Anthony Cannino, Dominick Pappas, Anthony Tassone, Frank Tassone, Unknown, Michael Cirullo, Louis Casasselli 3rd row left to right: Joseph Rossi, Vincent Mancuso, Frank Guzzi, Vincent Modena, Paul Connito, Nick Beline Front row left to right: Vito Vitro, Frank Cirullo, Victor Augustine, Unknown (Angelo Valenti), Unknown (William Gigliotti), William Scuocco


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I've seen this picture before, does anyone know what year this was?


Can you name any of the people?
Luigi Casuscelli, end of third row

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Luigi Casuscelli is my grandfather, came here from Italy in 1904 and passed away in 1948. Therefore this picture was taken before 1948. I also know several of the other people in the picture as they were all friends of the Casuscelli family. The Casuscelli's lived on Center Street and then later on Ashland Street.


Can you name any of the people?
Vito Vitro was my maternal grandfather. Also Anthony Spagnola was my father's cousin.

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The only photos I've ever seen of my Grandfather were when he was much older. Now I have something to share with my own children and grandchildren.


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I am an Italian from North Adams, my grandfather is missing, he and my grandmother returned to Italy in the early 20's so I assume the picture was taken before 1924 because he came back to North Adams in 1925.


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IN THE LATE 40'S-EARLY 50'S FRANK GUZZI HAD A COBBLER (SHOE REPAIR) SHOP ON EAGLE STREET...IN A BUILDING OWNED BY WILLIE KRONICK (NORTH OF RIVER STREET). WILLIE HAD A GROCERY STORE IN THE SAME BUILDING...I THINK THE PROPER NAME WAS KRONICK'S BUT, US KIDS CALLED IT "DIRTY WILLIES".


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