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Physical description: Original on audiotape cassette in case. Cassette side A has a length of 47 minutes, 13 seconds. Side B has a length of 18 minutes, 31 seconds. Transferred to one mp3 file for access. Clip of access file attached. Project description: In 2002, the Colorado Historical Society (now known as History Colorado) founded the Colorado Italian American Preservation Association (CIAPA). A volunteer organization, CIAPA�s mission is to work collaboratively with the Society and other organizations to develop, support and coordinate projects that preserve, promote and celebrate Italian American culture and heritage. Since 2002, CIAPA has carried out its mission by meeting with people from the Colorado Italian American community, recording their stories and creating an archive of research materials that includes oral histories, photographs, moving images, sound recordings and artifacts. To date, CIAPA has helped the Society acquire over 200 oral histories, 600 artifacts and nearly 6,000 photographs. Since 2002, CIAPA has developed over 4,000 research files, all of which document the history, culture and traditions of Italian American families in Colorado. Interview summary: See attached index for interview summary. Notes: See MSS.02595 "Carpinello, Josephine Santarelli, 1928-2009" file for additional information and images.Colo. Historical Society Preserving Colo. Communities The Italians of Denver Interview with - Josephine Carpinello and Jacqueline Fiore, sisters family of Joe & Jennie (Piroddi) Santarelli May 13, 2005 - Tape 1 of 1 Interviewer - Bonnie Garramone

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History Colorado

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Plains to Peaks Collective