|Creator:||Capraro, Anthony, 1891-1975.|
|Abstract:||Papers (1896-1975) of Anthony Capraro (1891-1975), an Italian American labor organizer, contain correspondence; photographs; and articles.|
|Quantity:||26 linear ft.|
|Language:||In Italian and English.|
Anthony Capraro (1891-1975) was an Italian American labor organizer, editor of Alba Nuova and Utopia, labor arbiter, and spokesman for antifascism among Italian Americans. Capraro was a major figure in the Lawrence (Massachusetts) textile strike of 1919 and an organizer of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America. In addition to his other work, he acted to help Italian exiles who came to the United States.
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The Capraro, Anthony Papers, Italian American Collection, Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota
|Labor unions--Clothing workers.|
|Anti-fascist movements--United States.|
|Strikes and lockouts--Textile industry.|
|Textile Workers' Strike, Lawrence, Mass., 1912.|
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