Italian Americans of Newark, Belleville, and Nutley
Italians first settled in the Newark area in the 1880s. Italian Americans of Newark, Nutley, and Belleville shows these immigrants and their families from 1900 to the 1950s. The street peddler, the barber, the baker, the undertaker, the macaroni maker, the concert musician, and more are portrayed here in the grace and dignity of their work. Outings to the shore or Branch Brook Park balanced hard work and long hours. Family gatherings, weddings, first communions, and processions for the feasts of St. Gerard, St. Rocco, and St. Bartholomew were all a part of the life of the family and the vibrant Italian neighborhoods. More than 200 vintage photographs from family albums tell these stories.
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America Angelo Anthony Antonio Avondale Bakery barbershop Barringer High School Bartolomeo Belleville Belleville and Nutley Biondi Bloomfield Avenue born Branch Brook Park Calabritto Calicchio Candy Store Caposele Carissimo Carmine Cocchiola communion Corsaro Courtesy Eileen Courtesy John Rendfrey Courtesy Rev Courtesy Spatola family Courtesy Steven Mairella Dalida DiCioccio Domenico dresses early emigrated father Frank front Gerardo Jerry Gerardo Spatola Grasso Greylock Avenue grocery store Heckel Street High School Italian American Italian immigrants Italian neighborhood Italy Jersey Joseph Josephine Laurite lived Lucy's Church Malvaso Margaret Quadretti Blasi Maria Marianne Pepe Murray married Milton Avenue mother Nanny Goat Hill Nicholas Duca Jr Nutley Nutley's Passaic Avenue Phyllis Marie Cupparo Pico Pico's Tavern Pietro Poiani pose procession province of Avellino quarries Raimo Rizzolo Rocco's Church Roosevelt Avenue Rosina Ruffo Salvatore San Fele Santa Ninfa Senerchia Seton Hall University Silver Lake Stefanelli Street in Newark Teora truck Ulisse UNICO National wedding Zinicola