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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
|Document Type:||Journal / Magazine / Newspaper|
|Language Note:||In Italian, with some English.|
|Notes:||"First Italian language daily newspaper in the United States."
Publishers: C. Barsotti & V. Polidori, 1880-1928 ; Generoso Pope, 1928-1950 ; Fortune Pope, 1950-1980.
Issues for Sept. 18-26, 1923 issued jointly with other New York City morning newspapers as: Combined New York morning newspapers.
Later published in Emerson, N.J.
|Description:||v. : ill. ; 37-80 cm.|
|Other Titles:||Il Progresso italo americano
Combined New York morning newspapers
Combined New York Sunday newspapers
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Grandpa learned about everything American
As a child of Italian-Americans, my grandfather read the Il Progresso every day. As a result he learned about Income Taxes, News of the day, News of Europe, our government policies and practices of the day. This was during the years beginning 1942 to 1961, when unfortunately, he passed...
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