Photograph of Visocchi daughter, Montreal, QC, date unknown

Black and white photograph of Visocchi daughter, Montreal, QC, date unknown. Photograph taken in a garden, in an unknown location. The picture was sent to the little girl's father, Giuseppe Visocchi, who was interned as a security threat to Canada at Camp Petawawa. The back of the photograph has a censor's stamp. Given the age of the child, this is likely the youngest daughter Rosetta, and the picture was taken in the early 1940s.

Giuseppe Visocchi was one of the Italian Canadian men interned in June 1940. He was an Italian veteran from World War I, and the president of the Caserta Club. As the only breadwinner for his large family, Giuseppe Visocchi’s internment of about two years was devastating to his wife and seven children.