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a| UkMbAM-D b| eng c| StDuBDS
a| Valenti, John, e| author.
a| John Valentini Interview : k| Personal Account; Photograph .
a| Marlborough, Wiltshire : b| Adam Matthew Digital, c| 2017.
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a| Telegraph Hill Dwellers is a non-profit organization founded in 1954 to "perpetuate the historic traditions of San Francisco's Telegraph Hill and to represent the community interests of its residents and property owners".
a| AMDigital Reference: IHRC3412, Box 2.
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a| Description: John Valentini is a third generation owner of A. Cavalli and Company, an Italian bookstore in North Beach. The family bought the business from another Italian family, the Cavallis, in the late 1930s. The Cavallis had started it in 1880 to serve the San Francisco Italian Community. John Valentini recalls the origin of the store in this interview, and its various moves to new locations. He talks about his parents and grandparent's history and their work and training. He also talks about his own involvement in the Italian Athletic Club, and his schooling and memories of growing up in San Francisco. Several photographs of the store are also included.
p| Reproduction of: t| John Valentini Interview c| place of publication unknown: Telegraph Hill Dwellers, 15 Aug 1996 - Apr 2009.
a| Immigration History Research Center Archives, University of Minnesota
f| Reproduced by kind permission of the Telegraph Hill Dwellers, San Francisco, California
a| Description based on online resource (viewed on October 24, 2017).
a| Permanent Settlement and Successive Generations
a| Religion, Ethnic Identity and Community Relations
a| Ticino, Venice, Italy
a| Overmire, Peter
a| Overmire, Rozell
a| Robinson, Judith
a| Mussolini, Benito
a| imemigrant, immigration, holidays and celebrations, family, family records, biography, business, literature, social life, national identity, employment, earthquake, publishing, magazine, newspaper, trade, culture, return passage, politics, broadcasting
a| Adam Matthew Digital (Firm), e| digitiser.
a| Migration to new worlds.
u| http://hdl.library.upenn.edu/1017.12/2277107 z| Connect to full text