3 edition of Italian Americans in the West Project collection found in the catalog.
Italian Americans in the West Project collection
David Alan Taylor
Written in English
|Other titles||Old ties, new attachments., Italian-American folklife in the West.|
|Statement||collected by the American Folklife Center|
|Contributions||Williams, John Alexander, 1938-, Archive of Folk Culture (Library of Congress), American Folklife Center|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||323 folders. 65 sound tape reels : 233 sound cassettes : ca. 25,000 photographs. 5 architectural drawings. 10 blueprints. 22 videocassettes : 12 items. 32 computer disks ; 28 computer disks ;|
|Number of Pages||25000|
|LC Control Number||2004695184|
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