Italian American Program Resources at the History Center
The History Center’s Detre Library & Archives houses the Italian American Collection’s archives, which are accessible to the public. Whether you are a scholar, an armchair historian, the family genealogist, or a curious Italian American, there is something for everybody to explore in the archive.
For more information on the Italian American Collection’s archival holdings, please search the catalog or contact the Reference Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sign up for the Italian American Bollettino
The Italian American Bollettino is a quarterly e-communication that reports on what’s happening with the History Center’s Italian American Program. Sign up to learn about upcoming events and see highlights from the Italian American Collection.
The History Center’s Italian American Program is one of many resources available in the United States that celebrates Italian heritage. Below is a list of local and national organizations that aim to preserve and celebrate Italian history and culture.
- Bloomfield Little Italy Days
- Bloomfield Preservation and Heritage Society
- Calabria Club
- Ciao Pittsburgh
- Dante Alighieri Society
- Do It! Donne Italiane Pittsburgh
- Duquesne University’s Italian Campus Program
- La Scuola d’Italia Galileo Galilei
- Lucchesi Nel Mondo Pittsburgh
- Major League Bocce
- Mondo Italiano
- Order Italian Sons and Daughters of America (ISDA)
- Pittsburgh Opera
- Radio Italy
- San Rocco Festa
- The Italian Garden Project
- University of Pittsburgh’s Italian Nationality Room
- University of Pittsburgh’s Department of French & Italian
- National Italian American Foundation (NIAF)
- Ellis Island National Park
- Italian Embassies in the United States
- Italian Film Festival USA
- Italian Folk Art Federation of America
- National Organization of Italian American Women (NOIAW)
- Order of the Sons of Italy in America
- Statue of Liberty – Ellis Island Foundation
- United States Citizenship