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Historic Articles on Little Italy

Philadelphia's Little Italy has been documented in Newspapers as early as 1871. The Area of Little Italy grew of the Years. In the 1850s most of the Italians lived close to the church of Mary Magdelan De Pazzi on Montrose Street. By 1893 the area is defined as 6th-10th Fitzwater - Washington. By 1902 the Area was defined as a 42 square block with over 5500 homes and 70,000 Italians(this number included the children of Italian parents).

Little Italy Slums 1893

School for Little Italy 1897

La Colonia Italiana 1902

Little Italy Nurse & Hospital Review 1903

Distretto Consolare Filadelfia 1908

Little Italy 1920

How to get to Little Italy 1920

Little Italy Newspaper Article 1934

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