Il viaggio in America per la raccolta dei fondi

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Padre Semeria, in partenza per l'America, posa con il Maestro Pietro Mascagni

A. La mappa del percorso:

B. Le conferenze e la stampa locale:

C. La campagna di sensibilizzazione:

D. Articoli  del Semeria sull’esperienza americana:

E. Articoli  di terzi sull’esperienza semeriana:

F. Articoli  inviati dal Semeria a riviste americane:

G. Le proiezioni americane del “Diario di guerra”:

H. Il caso de “I Figli d’Italia”:

I. Il cordoglio della stampa americana:

L. I riferimenti bio-bibliografici sul tema:

 

 
B. La stampa locale e le conferenze per gli orfani (continua):

Sacramento – California

– “Noted Italian Priest Will Give Talks Here” in “The Sacramento Bee”, Sacramento, California, 17.03.1920, pag. 25 [Per altri articoli relativi alla stessa città: “Rev. Giovanni Semeria. Noted Orator Asks Relief for Starving Children” in “The Sacramento Union”, Sacramento, California, 20.03.1920, pag. 2];

Fresno – California

– “Italian Priest to Talk Here Tuesday” in “The Fresno Morning Republican”, Fresno, California, pag. 19.03.1920, pag. 6; 

Santa Barbara – California

– “Heard About Town” in “The Morning Press”, Santa Barbara, California, pag. 5.03.1920, pag. 3 [Per altri articoli relativi alla stessa città: “Italian to Hear Ambassador Page” in “The Morning Press”, Santa Barbara, California, pag. 19.03.1920, pag. 6; “Thomas N. Page Will Lecture on Italy” in “The Morning Press”, Santa Barbara, California, pag. 21.03.1920, pag. 1; “Eloquenti Defense of Italy Made by Thomas Nelsen Page, Former Ambassador from U.S.” in “The Morning Press”, Santa Barbara, California, pag. 23.03.1920, pag. 7]; 

Stockton – California

– “Eminent Padre Will Lecture. Stockton Italian Club Prepares to Receive Padre Semeria” nel “Stockton Daily Evening Record”, Stockton, California, 5.03.1920, pag. 3 [Per altri articoli relativi alla stessa città: “Padre Giovanni Has Few Equals. Great “Intellectual” Will Speak at Auditorium March 22nd” nel “Stockton Daily Indipendent”, Stockton, California, 13.03.1920, pag. 10;Padre Semeria, Who Is to Talk Here, a Leader Among His People” nel “Stockton Daily Evening Record”, Stockton, California, 13.03.1920, pag. 16; “Padre Semeria, Who Is to Talk Here, a Leader Among His People” nel “Stockton Daily Evening Record”, Stockton, California, 13.03.1920, pag. 16; “Will Entertain Father Semeria, Famed Italian Priest Will Speak at Auditorium Tomorrow Eveningnel “Stockton Daily Indipendent”, Stockton, California, 21.03.1920, pag. 16; “Father Semeria Puts in Very Busy Day With Local Italiansnel “Stockton Daily Indipendent”, Stockton, California, 22.03.1920, pag. 8; “Father Semeria secures $1700” nel “Stockton Daily Evening Record”, Stockton, California, 23.03.1920, pag. 3; “$ 1,700 Raised for Orphansnel “Stockton Daily Indipendent”, Stockton, California, 23.03.1920, pag. 3];

Los Angeles – California

– “Noted Churchman Coming to Tell of Italian Orphanage” in “Los Angeles Times”, Los Angeles, California, 4.03.1920, pag. 1 [Per altri articoli relativi alla stessa città: “Noted Churchman Coming to Tell of Italian Orphanage” in “Los Angeles Herald”, Los Angeles, California, 4.03.1920, pag. 1; “An address on “Italy’s part in the War”” in “Los Angeles Evening Express”, Los Angeles, California, 17.03.1920, pag. 23; “A lecture on the “Italy’s part in the War”” in “Los Angeles Evening Express”, Los Angeles, California, 19.03.1920, pag. 8; “Noted Chaplain of Italian Army in L.A. Lecture Friday ” in “Los Angeles Herald”, vol. XXXIX, Los Angeles, California, 24.03.1920, pag. 1; “To Tell of Italy’s Part in Great War” in “Los Angeles Times”, vol. XXXIX, Los Angeles, California, 25.03.1920, pag. 25; “Society” in “Los Angeles Times”, vol. XXXIX, Los Angeles, California, 26.03.1920, pag. 21];

Duluth – Minnesota

– “Eloquent Italian Will Visit Range. Father Semeria, Army Chaplain, to Ask Aid for Italian Children” in “The Duluth Herald”, Duluth, Minnesota, 24.03.1920, pag. 19 [Per altri articoli relativi alla stessa città: “Hibbing to Welcome Famed Italian Priest” in “The Duluth Herald”, Duluth, Minnesota, 31.03.1920, pag. 23; “Noted Italian Priest Coming to Speak in Duluth and Other Points” in “The Duluth Herald”, Duluth, Minnesota, 1.04.1920, pag. 9; “Italian Priest in Pleas for Orphans” in “The Duluth Herald”, Duluth, Minnesota, 5.04.1920, pag. 16];

Eveleth – Minnesota

– “Noted Italian to Speak in Evelenth Next Sunday” in “The Evelenth News”, Evelenth , Minnesota, 1.04.1920, pag. 8;

– “Noted Italian Priest Speaks” in “The Evelenth News”, Evelenth , Minnesota, 8.04.1920, pag. 1;

Virginia – Minnesota

Father Semeria Asks Mesaba Range People to Aid War Victims” in “The Duluth Herald”, Duluth, Minnesota, 5.04.1920, pag. 16;

Kenosha – Wisconsin

– “Keeps Pledge to the Dead for Heroes’ Children” in “Kenosha News”, Kenosha, Wisconsin, 15.04.1920, pag. 3 [Per altri articoli relativi alla stessa città: “Personals” in “Kenosha News”, Kenosha, Wisconsin, 17.04.1920, pag. 3; “To Come Later” in “Kenosha News”, Kenosha, Wisconsin, 22.04.1920, pag. 3; “Personals” in “Kenosha News”, Kenosha, Wisconsin, 23.04.1920, pag. 3; “Raise Money for Orphans With Italian Army” in “Kenosha News”, Kenosha, Wisconsin, 26.04.1920, pag. 3];

Chicago – Illinois

– “News of Cichago society” in “Chicago Sunday Tribune”, vol. LXXIX, n. 17, Chicago, Illinois, 25.04.1920, pag. 80;

Cincinnati – Ohio

– “Appeals for Italy” in “The Cincinnati Enqirer”, Cincinnati, Ohio, 29.04.1920, pag. 8;

St. Louis – Missouri

– “Italian to speak at Odeon” in “St. Louis Post-Dispatch”, a. 72, n. 246, St. Louis, Missouri, 1.05.1920, pag. 6;

New Castle – Pennsylvania

– “Father Semeria Given Reception” in “New Castle Herald”, New Castle, Pennsylvania, 7.05.1920, pag. 5;

Richmond – Virginia

– “Will Address Italian Colony” in “Richmond Times-Dispatch”, Richmond, Virginia, 8.05.1920, pag. 10;

Buffalo – New York

– “Father Semeria Coming” in “The Buffalo Enquirer”, Buffalo, New York, 17.05.1920, pag. 10 [Per altri articoli relativi alla stessa città: “Will Seek Funds for Relief War Orphans” in “The Buffalo Evening – News”, Buffalo, New York, 17.05.1920, pag. 22; “Italian Chaplain To Plead for War Orphan Relief” in “The Buffalo Evening – News”, Buffalo, New York, 21.05.1920, pag. 26; “Bishop Turner to Attend Ceremony of Falls Churc” in “The Buffalo Express”, Buffalo, New York, 22.05.1920, pag. 2; “Italian Chaplain Speaks at Falls” in “The Buffalo Evening – News”, Buffalo, New York, 22.05.1920, pagg. 1 e 13; “Italian War Chaplain To Speak Here Sunday” in “The Buffalo Evening – News”, Buffalo, New York, 23.05.1920, pag. 1; “Italian War Orphans” e “Italian Chaplain Will Sound Plea for Orphans” in “The Buffalo Courier”, Buffalo, New York, 23.05.1920, pagg. 25 e 45; “Chaplain to speak” in “The Buffalo Times”, Buffalo, New York, 23.05.1920, pag. 22; “City Brief” in “The Buffalo Times”, Buffalo, New York, 24.05.1920, pag. 13; “Give $2,200 to cause of orphans. Appeals by Italian Chaplain Win Responses” in “The Buffalo Courier”, Buffalo, New York, 24.05.1920, pag. 8];

Binghamton – New York

– “Binghamton Italians Aid Fund to Build Asylum for Orphan” in “The Binghamton Press”, Binghamton, New York, 15.05.1920, pag. 4;

– “Father Semeria to Arrive on May 27” in “The Binghamton Press”, Binghamton, New York, 22.05.1920, pag. 10;

– “Lectures for Italy’s Orphans. Father John Semeria Will Appear Here on Mission from the Pope” in “The Binghamton Press”, Binghamton, New York, 27.05.1920, pag. 4;

– “25 Years Ago, Today” in “The Binghamton Press”, Binghamton, New York, 28.05.1945, pag. 10;

Albany – New York

– “Noted Author to Talk At Albany Observance Of Italy Day, Monday” in “Knickerbocker Press”, Albany, New York, 20.05.1920, pag. 6;

– “Bishop, Consul and Author to Speak at Italy Day Fete” in “The Albany Evening Journal”, Albany, New York, 20.05.1920, pag. 7;

– “Famed Hero-Chaplain to Speak Monday” in “Times Union”, Albany, New York, 20.05.1920, pag. 11;

– “Padre Semeria to Speak Also at F. of C. Hall” in “Times Union”, Albany, New York, 21.05.1920, pag. 3;

– “Italian Chaplain to Speak” in “The Albany Evening Journal”, Albany, New York, 21.05.1920, pag. 8;

– “Italian Chaplain to Talk in Albany” in “Knickerbocker Press”, Albany, New York, 23.05.1920, pag. 7;

– “Padre Semeria Pleads for the Orphans” in “Times Union”, Albany, New York, 25.05.1920, pag. 1;

– “Chaplain Asks Aid for War Orphans” in “Knickerbocker Press”, Albany, New York, 26.05.1920, pag. 3;

– “Mayor and Bishop Endorsed Fund for Italina Orphans” in “The Albany Evening Journal”, Albany, New York, 26.05.1920, pag. 8;

– “Bishop ad Major Endorse the Appel” in “Times Union”, Albany, New York, 28.05.1920, pag. 3;

Hornell – New York

– “Good Evening” in “Evening Tribune – Times”, Washington, Hornell, New York, 24.05.1920, pag. 8;

Jamestown – New York

– “Italian Speaker Coming” in “Jamestown Evening Journal”, Jamestown, New York, 17.05.1920, pag. 7;

– “Italian Chaplain Here” in “Jamestown Evening Journal”, Jamestown, New York, 22.05.1920, pag. 6;

Cohoes – New York

– “Prof Carabella in Troy Concert” in “Cohoes American”, Cohoes, New York, 21.05.1920, pag. 8;

– “To Present Italian Cantata” in “The Troy Times”,  Troy, New York, 22.05.1920, pag. 16;

– “Italian Chaplain to Lecture Here” in “The Troy Times”,  Troy, New York, 25.05.1920, pag. 8;

– “Professor Carabella Praised by Chaplain” in “Cohoes American”, Cohoes, New York, 29.05.1920, pag. 8;

 

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