Traveling Exhibits – Stamford’s Little Italy

“Stamford’s Little Italy”

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Alhambra Theatre

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Colucci Family

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Vito Pittaro

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Dr. Anniello Preziosi

“Stamford’s Little Italy” tells the human story of the city’s Italian immigrants. It spotlights community institutions and organizations as well as founding families and contributions of other Italian families.

The exhibit was produced with the cooperation of Stamford’s Minturnese Social Club.

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Next venue to be announced.

For information about the exhibit and its display availability, contact the Society at 329-1183 or e-mail us at history@stamfordhistory.org.


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