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Document, Facts About The Order Of Sons of Italy of Ontario Mutual Benefit Society
Document, Facts About The Order Of Sons of Italy of Ontario Mutual Benefit Society, by Rev. Libero Sauro, undated, two pages.
Rev. Libero Sauro was arrested on September 7, 1940 and held at Don Jail before being transferred to Petawawa Internment Camp.
This document appears to be created in 1941 after Sauro's release. For content, see transcript.
The Order Sons of Italy (OSI), founded in 1905 by Dr. Vincent Sellaro in New York City, operated as a mutual aid society for those of Italian origin. The first Canadian lodge of this fraternal organization was founded in Sault Ste. Marie in 1915. Fascists attempted to take control of this organization in the 1930s.
This document forms part of a collection of documents and other materials donated by the Sauro family.
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