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Guide to the Vincenzo Beltrone Collection
 MS 3029

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Collection processed by Joseph Ditta, June 2017

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Descriptive Summary

Creator: Beltrone, Vincenzo
Title: Vincenzo Beltrone collection
Dates [inclusive]: 1924-2017 (bulk, 1942-1950)
Abstract: Correspondence, poetry, and prose in English and Italian, by and relating to Italian-immigrant artist and writer Vincenzo Beltrone (1895–1950), a founding member of the Raven Poetry Circle of Greenwich Village. Beltrone's suspected pro-Fascist activities and editorials led to his investigation and arrest by the FBI in December 1941, and his internment as an alien enemy of the United States for nearly the duration of World War II. The collection includes a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) copy of Beltrone's FBI file, typescripts of virtually all his poetry, published matter by associates, and two small printing plate portraits.
Quantity: 2.919 Linear Feet (7 boxes)
Call Phrase: MS 3029