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told me about his book:
Major and Doctor Giovanni Perilli, who married Prospero's daughter Lena Frazzini (date and place unknown), wrote a book called Colorado, and the Italians in Colorado dated 1922 with the publishers name missing. In the back of this book are many pages of advertisements from Denver including one full page ad for the Italian American Bank. This was supposed to be my Christmas present to everyone. It's extremely rare and costs a bundle, and yes I just received one recently. It is printed in both Italian and English. Giovanni says he took a three year leave from the Army and had intended to go to California, but ended up staying in Denver, and writing this book. Giovanni and Lena were not everyday travelers. They were global traveling celebrities, and he had a CAV in front of his name which means he may have been knighted as well. So if you were Prospero sitting in jail waiting to die in 1926, would you have sent a letter to your oldest child in Italy saying goodbye and maybe explaining things. The Perilli's loved to take pictures, I know because I have a bunch of them. So their personal photo Album is sure to have------who knows? I am hot on the trail!
P.O. Box 3048, Crested Butte, Colorado 81224-3048 USA
firstname.lastname@example.org (970) 349-7079
Dr. Giovanni Perilli
No publisher; no printer: 1922, first edition. Original green cloth binding; gold print on front cover; 208 pages with two fold-out maps; numerous illustrations.
A book published to encourage Italian immigration to Colorado, extolling the similarities of Colorado with Italy. Endorsed by Governor Oliver H. Shoup and President Harding.
English and Italian text.
Very fine condition.
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