L'italia -- October 25, 1886
Observations of an Italian Traveler in Chicago.
Out of the thousands of Italians in this city, only a few have entered into its business life. Granelli, one of the leading grocers, deals exclusively in Italian products. He carries a complete line of imported Italian foods, in cans and in bulk. A place of business much frequented by religious Italians, is the religious goods store operated by John Caraccioli.
The social and political life of the Colony is carried on by many societies and clubs. One, most recently formed, is the Italian Singing Society. The society with a martial flavor to it is the Societa dei Bersaglieri, whose members have served as Bersaglieri under the Italian flag.
II A 2, I G, II B 1 a, III B 2, III H
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