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The gilt emblem for a banner pole that was carried in street parades by the Sons of Italy.
A Memoriam Badge from Loggia Roma, O. F. D'I. in A. No. 1108, Maynard, Mass, 1921.
Shortly after immigrating into Maynard the Italian community created a number of short and long-lived institutions.
A poster announcing a parade and dance/concert for celebrating Columbus by Roma Lodge 1103, Sons of Italy. (Candidate years: 1961, 1956, 1950, 1939, 1933, 1928, Columbus Day was first observed nationally in 1934. The poster does not say Columbus…
A 48 star flag in good condition.
A red, green and white banner used by the Sons of Italy in parades. The banner measures 6' x 5'.
A Sons of Italy Banner used in parades. This banner has a gold lion embossed on the front, with gold lettering. This banner measures 3' x 5', and is made of satin and gold braiding.