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  • Luigino; Antonietta (2011-02-02)
    This item includes two letters. The first is from Aunt Lucia’s niece Antionietta who notes that she and her mother cannot walk much. She notes that she doesn’t forget about Lucia and prays for her. The second letter is ...
  • Antonietta (9999)
    This letter contains best wishes for the Easter season. Antonietta also mentions her mother's poor health.
  • Bisceglia Lariccia, Lucia (1955-02-25)
    This document is a 1955 extract pf the birth certificate of Lucia Bisceglia.
  • Mother Superior (1967-12-29)
    This letter is blessing from Mother Superior.
  • Bisceglia, Beniamino (1897-03-09)
    Beniamino Bisceglia writes to Antonia from Guaratingueta, Brazil. Beniamino tells his wife about Brazil and inquires about the family.
  • La Superiora (1962-12-21)
    This is a Christmas card from La Superiora in Altamura. The reverse side has a picture of baby Jesus. Wishes and good tidings for the new year are also included within the message to the Lariccia family.
  • Musacchio, Francesco; Musacchio, Caterina Bisceglia (9999)
    This undated document from before World War II contains recipes for cinnamon ice cream and chocolate ice cream. These recipes are from the dear sister/sister-in-law letters that Lucia Bisceglia Lariccia receieved.
  • Musacchio, Francesco; Musacchio, Caterina Bisceglia (9999)
    This is the recipe for laundry bleach taken from the dear sister letters. The letter with which this recipe was sent did not list a date, but the document is from sometime before World War II.
  • Musacchio, Caterina Bisceglia; Musacchio, Francesco (9999)
    This document contains the recipe for Panettone. This recipe is one of the dear sister recipes that Lucia Bisceglia Lariccia received. Pre World War II.
  • Musacchio, Caterina Bisceglia; Musacchio, Francesco (9999)
    This is a recipe sent by Canterina Bisceglia Musacchio to Lucia Bisceglia Laricca. This recipe is referred to as Pizza Dolce, Pasta Reale or Pane di Spania. It is one of many recipes listed from the dear sister letters. ...
  • Musacchio, Francesco; Musacchio, Caterina Bisceglia (9999)
    This is a recipe for shoe polish taken from the dear sister letters. Pre World War II.
  • Musacchio, Francesco; Musacchio, Caterina Bisceglia (9999)
    This document, undated but written sometime before World War II, contains letters from Caterina and Francesco Musacchio to Lucia. Included with this letter were 13 recipes, also available in the Lariccia collection.
  • Musacchio, Caterina Bisceglia; Musacchio, Francesco; Lariccia, Ben (9999)
    This document contains three recipes. The first is Mostacciuoli/Spiced Cakes, the second is Paste Con Mandorle/Almond Pastry, the third is Paste/Pastry. The recipes are undated, but believed to be written before World War II.
  • Musacchio, Francesco; Musacchio, Caterina Bisceglia (9999)
    These documents contain recipes for three types of rosolio from the dear sister letters. Pre World War II.
  • Emma (1966-09-06)
    This letter contains news of the family from Emma.
  • Linetta (1971-01-08)
    This letter from Linetta updates Lucia of the family's marriages, deaths, and health.
  • Rocco (9999)
    This letter contains news of the feast of San Giuseppe (St. Joseph). Rocco also mentions news of the family and the many changes within the old country. An additional letter has been added at the very end from Godmother ...
  • Musacchio, Francesco (1937-01-03)
    This letter from Francesco to Gennaro contains news of Lucia Biscelgia Lariccia's mother's death. Sympathy was given to Lucia and her family.
  • Giuseppina, Mucci (9999)
    Mucci Giuseppina, a close friend from Conneaut, Ohio, writes of her illnesses and sends the unnamed recipient a good Easter. She notes that she is thinking of Aunt Lucia when she says her prayers or the rosary.
  • Unknown author (2011-02-02)
    Philomena (Mae) Lariccia & Joseph Vargo’s Wedding Dinner, July 1, 1950. Joseph was of Eastern European heritage, possibly from what was then Czechoslovakia. The couple exchanged vows at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Youngstown. ...

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