Part III: The Italian Community of Cleveland
Alesci, Frank. It is never too late: A true life story of an Immigrant. Cleveland: St. Francis Publishing House, 1963.
Alissi, Albert Salvatore. “Boys in Little Italy: A Comparison of their Individual Value Orientations, Family Patterns and Peer Group Associations.” Ph.D. Dissertation, Case Western Reserve University, 1969.
Annual Report of the City of Cleveland. Department of Police, Bureau of Emigrant Police, Department of the Infirmary, Division of Correction and Charities.
Annals of Cleveland. Court Record Series, Cuyahoga County, Vol. X, 1874-1877.
Annual Report of the Immigration and Naturalization Service of the United States Department of Justice, 1950.
Barton, Josef. Peasants and Strangers. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1975.
Bonutti, Karl and George J. Prpic. Selected Ethnic Communities of Cleveland: A Socio-Economic Study. Cleveland: The Cleveland Urban Observatory, 1974.
City Directory of the City of Cleveland, 1964-1976.
City Record of the City of Cleveland, 1919-1977.
Citizens Bureau of Cleveland: Annual Report, 1920 and forward.
Cleveland Foreign Language Newspaper Digest, “Italian Section,” Volume 2. Cleveland: Work Projects Administration, 1939.
Cleveland Association for Criminal Justice, 1922 and forward.
Columbro, Pat James. “The Italians in Cleveland with Special References to the Mayfield Road Area.” M.A. Thesis, Western Reserve University, 1948.
Coulter, Charles Wellesley. The Italians of Cleveland. Cleveland: Cleveland Americanization Committee, 1919.
Crea, Joe. “Murray Hill: A Bicentennial Report,” Cleveland Plain Dealer, Magazine Section, August 1, 1976.
Electors, Registered by Ward, Cleveland, Ohio, 1893-1976.
Ferroni, Charles D. “The Italians of Cleveland: A Study in Assimilation,” Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Kent State University, Department of History, 1969.
Fordyce, G. Wellington. “Nationality Groups in Cleveland Politics,” The Ohio State Archaelogical and Historical Quarterly, Vol. XLVI, 1937, 109-147.
“Immigrant Colonies in Cleveland,” The Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Quarterly, XLV, 1936, 320-329.
Gallagher, Daniel. “Different Nationalities in Cleveland,” The Cleveland Press, December, 1927-January, 1928.
Grabowski, John. “Social Settlement in a Neighborhood in Transition: Hiram House, Cleveland, Ohio, 1896-1926,” Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of History, Case Western Reserve University, 1977.
Green, Howard Whipple. Population Characteristics by Census Tracts. Cleveland: 1931.
Levy, Donald. A Report on the Location of Ethnic Groups in Greater Cleveland. Cleveland: Institute of Urban Studies, 1972.
Mileti, Richard. “Italian Immigration to Cleveland.” Paper presented at John Carroll University, Department of History, 1968.
Orth, Samuel P. A History of Cleveland. Cleveland: Clarke Publishing Company, 1910. 3 Volumes.
Pap, Michael, ed., Ethnic Communities of Cleveland. Cleveland: John Carroll University, 1973.
Rose, William. Cleveland: The Making of a City. Cleveland: World Publishing Company, 1950.
Seminatore, Kenneth F. “Memories of Murray Hill,” Cleveland Magazine, August 1976, 48-54.
This is Cleveland. League of Human Rights, 1945.
Van Voorhis, Ruth. “A Study of the Italians in the Woodland, East 110th Street District,” M.A. Thesis, School of Applied Sciences, Western Reserve University, 1929.
Veronesi, Gene P. “Ethnic Neighborhoods in Transition,” Filmstrip. Cleveland: Ethnic Heritage Studies Program, 1974.
Visse, Orie John Vande. “The Protestant Church in the Predominantly Catholic Nationality Area,” M.A. Thesis, Department of Sociology, Western Reserve University, 1948.