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Notes CHAPTER 1. SYLVESTER ANDRIANO, A CATHOLIC ATTORNEY IN SAN FRANCISCO Epigraphs: Sylvester N. Andriano, “Italian Immigrants in America,” Collegian VII (May 1909), 444–445, and San Francisco: A Guide to the Bay and Its Cities, comp. by Workers of the Writers Program of the Works Projects Administration in Northern California (New York: Hastings House, 1940), 238. 1. Biographical information about Sylvester Andriano when not otherwise indicated derives from his fifteen-page, single-spaced, typewritten autobiography contained in a letter to James L. Hagerty (hereafter Andriano autobiography) dated March 10, 1943, and biographical data in letters from Andriano to James Hagerty, all in box 237, James L. Hagerty Papers, Archives of the College of St. Mary’s of California, Moraga (hereafter Hagerty Papers), and an interview with David Cicoletti , Sylvester Andriano’s grand-nephew, August 21, 2006. 2. Angelo Andriano file, Archives of the Archdiocese of San Francisco, Menlo Park (hereafter AASF). I have been unable to find information about John Andriano and Teresa Novaro, who are listed as siblings of Sylvester in an obituary of Giuseppe in the Monitor, the official newspaper of the San Francisco Archdiocese , dated October 24, 1931; U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1910, San Francisco Assembly District 41, San Francisco, California, roll T624_101, page 11A, enumeration district 267, image 638. 3. Deanna Paoli Gumina, The Italians of San Francisco, 1850–1930, 3rd ed. (New York: Center for Migration Studies, 1999), 29, 33; U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1930, San Francisco, San Francisco, California, roll T626_207, page 12B, enumeration district 344, image 758.0; U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1930, San Francisco, San Francisco, California, roll T626_200, page 23A, enumeration district 157, image 540.0; U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1930, Fremont, Santa Clara, California , roll T626_219, page 14A, enumeration district 11, image 793.0; Sylvester Andriano to Archbishop Edward Hanna, June 13, 1929, Angelo Andriano file, Chancery Archives; Cicoletti interview. 4. Andriano autobiography; Andriano, Collegian VII (May 1909), 440. 5. Sylvester N. Andriano, “An Italian Hill Town,” Collegian VI (November 1908), 72–73. 6. Sylvester N. Andriano, “The Apostle of the Little Ones,” Collegian VIII (June 1910), 453–454. 7. Sylvester N. Andriano, “That Old Statue,” Collegian IX (January 1911), 136–137. 8. Sylvester N. Andriano, “The Italian Dialects,” Collegian VIII (June 1910), 459–460. 9. Andriano, Collegian VII (May 1909), 444–445. 10. Andriano autobiography; Monitor, December 11, 1915. 11. Monitor, February 10, 1917; U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1920, San Jose, Santa Clara, California, roll T625_148, page 10A, enumeration district 181, image 267; U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1920, San Francisco Assembly District 31, San Francisco, California, roll T625_136, page 16B, enumeration district 145, image 537; Gumina, Italians of San Francisco, 33. 12. California Senate, Fifty-fifth Session, Report of the Joint Fact-Finding Committee on Un-American Activities in California (Sacramento: California State Printing Office, 1943), 282–321, at 291 (hereafter Un-American Activities in California); Felice Bonadio, A. P. Giannini: Banker of America (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1994), 46–47. 13. William Issel and Robert W. Cherny, San Francisco, 1865–1932: Politics, Power and Urban Development (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1986), 56–57; Rose Scherini, “The Italian American Community of San Francisco: A Descriptive Study” (Ph.D. dissertation, University of California, Berkeley, 1976), 3; Archdiocesan Census file, AASF. CHAPTER 2. ANTI-CATHOLICISM IN LITTLE ITALY Epigraphs: Elizabeth Gray Potter, The San Francisco Skyline (New York: Dodd, Mead, 1939), 70, and Leonard Austin, Around the World in San Francisco: Where San Franciscans from All Nations Meet, Eat, Dance, and Get to Know One Another (San Francisco: Fearon, 1959), 43. 1. Andriano autobiography; Alessandro Baccari Jr., Vincenza Scarpaci, and Rev. Gabriel Zavattaro, S.D.B., eds., Saints Peter and Paul Church: The Chronicles of the Italian Cathedral of the West, 1884–1984 (San Francisco: Alessandro Baccari, 1985), 44, 63, 96. 174 NOTES TO CHAPTER 1 2. For a detailed account of the bombings, see Baccari et al., Saints Peter and Paul Church, 96–101. 3. For labor unions and their left-wing critics in San Francisco, see Issel and Cherny, San Francisco, 1865–1932, 80–100. 4. Rudolph Vecoli, “Galleani, Luigi,” in Encyclopedia of the American Left, 2nd ed., ed. Mari Jo Buhle, Paul Buhle, and Dan Georgakas (New York: Oxford University Press, 1998), 253–254. 5. Edward R. Kantowicz, Corporation Sole: Cardinal Mundelein and Chicago Catholicism (Notre Dame, Ind.: University of Notre Dame Press, 1982), 11–12. 6...


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