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  • Allied Chemical Corporation 1969 “A Brief History and Description of Allied Chemical Corporation (1920–1968).” New York: Allied Chemical Corporation.
  • Allied Chemical Corporation 1967 “Allied Chemical, Syracuse Works.” Morristown, New Jersey: Allied Chemical Corporation.
  • Amadori, Joseph 1920 “Why I Am Going To School,” Solvay Life, Vol. 1, No. 2, December 8, 1919. Syracuse, New York, February.
  • “The Ammonia Soda Process,”. 1920 Solvay Life, Vol. 1, No. 3, March.
  • Auchincloss, Sarah 1985 Syracuse Herald-Journal, April 28, P. C1.
  • Barnes, E. Austin 1951 Speech prepared for delivery at a Meeting of the Onondaga Historical Association on May 18.
  • Blum, John Morton 1956 Woodrow Wilson and the Politics of Morality. Boston: Little, Brown and Company.
  • Bolognani, Bonifacio 1981 A Courageous People from the Dolomites. Trento: The Autonomous Province of Trento, Italy.
  • Bolognani, Enrico 1979 “Relazione Sugli Incontri Con L'Emigrazione Trentina Negli Stall Uniti,” November.
  • Briggs, John W. 1978 An Italian Passage: Immigrants to Three American Cities 1890–1930. New Haven: Yale University Press.
  • Buder, Stanley 1967 Pullman: An Experiment in Industrial Order and Community Planning 1880–1930. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Burgoyne, Arthur G. 1979 The Homestead Strike of 1892. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press.
  • “By Laws of the Solvay Mutual Benefit Society of Geddes, New York,”. 1916 Incorporated 1888; Amended September 22, 1915; Printed August, 1916; Solvay, New York.
  • Carrell, Theodora M. 1928 “A Sketch of the Life of Horace G. Carrell.” Solvay, New York, June.
  • “Census Reports/Hazard's Work in Solvay” n.d. Syracuse Newspaper, Undated, (Onondaga Public Library Local History Room).
  • Certificate of Incorporation of Tyrol Club of Solvay, New York. 1933.
  • Chandler, Alfred D. and Stephen Salsbury 1971 Pierre S. DuPont and the Making of the Modern Corporation. New York: Harper and Row.
  • Cole, John W. and Eric R. Wolf 1974 The Hidden Frontier: Ecology and Ethnicity in an Alpine Valley. New York: Academic Press, Inc.
  • “Consolidation Order, Transfer to be Effected Before January 1 of Next Year,” 1924 Syracuse Newspaper.
  • Cooper, Charles B. 1974 “The Story of the Pines.” Solvay, New York, February.
  • Cornelisen, Ann 1976 Women of the Shadows: The Wives and Mothers of Southern Italy. New York: Vintage Books.
  • “Death Claims Pozzi, Former Inventor at Solvay Process,” 1949 Syracuse Newspaper.
  • Demerski, Phyllis Ann 1966 “A History of the Solvay Process Company From its Origin to 1920,” Unpublished College History Essay, D'Youville College, March 7.
  • DiDonato, Peter 1939 Christ in Concrete. New York: Bobbs-Merrill Company.
  • Doob, Leonard W. 1961 “South Tyrol: An Introduction to the Psychological Syndrome of Nationalism,” The Public Opinion Quarterly, Princeton, Vol. XXVI, No. 4.
  • Duncan, H. G. 1933 Immigration and Assimilation. Boston: D.C. Heath and Co.
  • “Erano Diciannove I Fondatori…,” 1979 Trentini Nel Mondo, December.
  • F.E.R. 1921 “Good Bye Solvay Life,” Solvay Life, Vol. 2, No. 7, Syracuse, New York, July.
  • Foerster, Robert F. 1924 The Italian Emigration of Our Times, Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
  • Foresti, James and Lena Rose Orlando 1979 50th Anniversary Program, Tyrol Club, Solvay, New York.
  • Franchini, Angelo 1984 Il Rendeglese (Appendix to Town). Trento: Autore & Eredi.
  • Gambino, Richard 1974 Blood of My Blood. Garden City: Anchor Press/Doubleday.
  • Gans, Herbert J. 1974 The Urban Villagers. New York: The Free Press, MacMillan Publishing Co.
  • Gayda, Virginio 1915 Modern Austria, Her Racial and Social Problems, with a Study of Italia Irredenta. New York: Dodd, Mead and Co.
  • Gelman, Eric with Frank Bruni Jr. 1985 “Teaming Up For High Tech,” Newsweek, May 27.
  • Glassie, Henry 1971 “A Folkloristic Thought on the Promise of Oral History.” National Colloquium on Oral History, Bloomington.
  • Glazer, Nathan and Daniel P. Moynihan 1970 Beyond the Melting Pot. Cambridge: The MIT Press.
  • Glazer, Nathan and Daniel P. Moynihan, eds. Ethnicity: Theory and Experience. Introduction and essays by Harold Issacs, Orlando Patterson, Andrew M. Greeley and William C. McCready.
  • Gnesotti, P. Cipriano 1973 Memorie Delle Giudicarie. Trento: Arti Grafiche Saturnia.
  • Gubert, Renzo, Aldo Gorfer and Umberto Beccaluva 1978 Emigrazione Trentina. Trento: Agenzia Agits.
  • Gutman, Herbert G. 1976 “Work, Culture and Society in Industrializing America,” Work, Culture and Society in Industrializing America: Essays in American Working-Class and Social History. New York: Knopf.
  • Hall Ets, Marie 1970 Rosa: The Life of an Italian Immigrant. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
  • Hall, William M. n.d. Reminiscences and Sketches (An obscure book of local history. Written by Hall in Western Pennsylvania in the late 1800s).
  • H.A.M. 1920 “Go Worka Da Solavay,” Solvay Life, Vol. 1, No. 2, Syracuse, New York, February.
  • Harrison, M. E. 1916 “Report of Housing Survey,” Village of Solvay: The Solvay Process Company, October 15.
  • Hancock, Ruth Pass (Granddaughter of John D. Pennock) 1981 Letter to Rita Cominolli, September 3.
  • Handlin, Oscar 1973 The Uprooted. Boston: Little, Brown and Co.
  • Hareven, Tamara 1977 “Family Time and Industrial Time: Family and Work in a Planned Corporation Town, 1900–1924,” Family and Kin in Urban Communities, 1700–1930. New York: New Viewpoints.
  • Haynes, Williams 1940 “Chemical Pioneers,” Chemical Industries, Vol. XLVII, No. 3, September.
  • Haynes, Williams 1929 “Now It Can Be Told: Dr. L.C. Jones' Story of the Solvay Alkali Enterprises,” Chemical Markets, Vol. XXIV, No. 3, March.
  • Hazard, Frederick R. and J. D. Pennock 1915 “The Solvay Process Company, Rules and Regulations and General Remarks,” Syracuse, New York: The Solvay Process Company.
  • “Hazard's Work in Solvay,” 1905 The Post-Standard, Syracuse, March 21.
  • Heinrich, Oswald J. 1879 “The Manufacture of Soda by the Ammonia Process,” Transactions of the American Institute of Mining Engineers for 1879.
  • Higham, John 1975 “The Immigrant in American History,” Send These To Me: Jews and Other Immigrants in Urban America. New York: Atheneum.
  • Higham, John 1977 Strangers in the Land. New York: Atheneum.
  • “History of Solvay Guild,” n.d. Solvay Process Company Files.
  • Hofmann, Paul 1981 “The Italian Art of Survival,” The New York Times Magazine, November 22.
  • “The Home Garden,” 1920 Solvay Life, Vol. 1, No. 5, Syracuse, New York, May.
  • Hoverter, Clarice D. 1965 “An Outline for the History of the Solvay Public Library, 1905–1965,” January 7.
  • Imperadori, Luciano n.d. “80° di Fondazione Casa Rurale di Bleggio Inferiore,” Ponte Arche, Bosetti Ponte Arche.
  • Iorizzo, Luciano J. and Salvatore Mondello 1971 The Italian-Americans. New York: Twayne Publishers, Inc.
  • Jenks, Jeremiah W. and Jett W. Lauck 1912 The Immigration Problem. New York: Funk and Wagnalls Co.
  • Keene, Paul A. 1959 Speech at Solvay Process Company, December.
  • Klein, Maury and Harvey A. Kantor 1976 Prisoners of Progress: American Industrial Cities 1850–1920. New York: Macmillan Publishing Co., Inc.
  • Lando, Mauro 1981 “Lo Stato D'Autonomia,” Il Trentino, N. 61–62, November/December.
  • Lembo, Reverend Philip D. 1985 St. Cecelia's Homily, Solvay, New York, May 5.
  • “Let's Make a Deal,” 1985 Time, Vol. 126, No. 25, December 23. p. 42.
  • Lindsey, Almont 1942 The Pullman Strike: The Story of a Unique Experiment and of a Great Labor Upheaval. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  • Lugani, Valerio n.d. “Trentino Alto Adige,” Meravigliosa Italia, Enciclopedia Della Regione. Milano: Edizioni Cristea.
  • “M. Solvay Dies in Belgium,” 1922 Syracuse Newspaper, May.
  • McGrath, Harold 1921 “Americanism as Duty,” Solvay Life, Vol. 2, No. 3, Syracuse, New York, March.
  • Magagnorti, Paolo 1983 History of a Border Region: Trentino-South Tyrol From the Origins to Our Time. Trento: Arti Grafiche Saturnia.
  • Marriage Records (19031940) 1903–1940 Saint Cecelia's Church, Solvay, New York.
  • McDonnell, John DeCourcy n.d. “The Carnegie of Belgium—Ernest Solvay, The Great Soda Manufacturer,” Syracuse Newspaper.
  • McSeveney, Samuel T. 1973 “Ethnic Groups, Ethnic Conflicts, and Recent Quantitative Research in American Political History,” International Migration Review, Vol. 7. No. 1, Pp. 1433.
  • Menapace, Luigi 1981 “Tanta Nostalgia, Cent' Anni Sofferti, Molte Tribolazioni Fino all'Autonomia,” Il Trentino, Trento, No. 61–62, November/December.
  • Meyer, Stephen III 1981 The Five Dollar Day: Labor Management and Social Control in the Ford Motor Company 1908–1921. Albany: State University of New York Press.
  • Morris, William 1981 The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co.
  • Naughton, Jim 1985 “Solvay: Can It Survive the Silence?” The Post-Standard, Syracuse, October 6.
  • Nelli, Humbert S. 1975 Italians in Chicago 1880–1930. Oxford: University Press, Inc.
  • Noble, David F. 1979 America By Design: Science, Technology, and the Rise of Corporate Capitalism. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Novak, Michael 1975 The Rise of the Unmeltable Ethnics. New York: MacMillan Publishing Co., Inc.
  • Obituary of Arnold Hanchett 1981 Syracuse Newspaper.
  • Obituary of William L. Neill 1936 Mining and Metallurgy, Vol. 17.
  • “Oh You Gardeners! Look Here!” 1920 Solvay Life, Vol. 1, No. 4, Syracuse, New York, April.
  • Old File Cards 1952 The Solvay Process Division, Allied Chemical and Dye Corporation, Syracuse, New York, May 8.
  • Pierce, E. L. 1920 “Dedication of Handsome Bronze Panel to Rowland Hazard and Two Sons,” Solvay Life, Vol. 1, No. 12, Syracuse, New York. December.
  • Podgurski, John J. 1969 “Solvay: The Creation of an Industrial Suburb,” Unpublished Graduate Essay, Metropolitan Studies Program, Syracuse University.
  • The Post-Standard, Syracuse, New York, 1/22/1900, 12/10/1900, 3/21/05, 4/2/09, 4/3/09, 9/22/11, 2/28/17, 4/13/17, 3/18/19, 5/18/19, 4/20/85 and 4/26/85.
  • Raffaelli, Umberto 1983 L'Emigrazione Trentina Negli Stati Uniti (1870–1939). Trento: Palazzo Della Regione.
  • Rayback, Joseph G. 1959 A History of American Labor. New York: The Free Press.
  • Redmore, Morgan W. 1954 “The Solvay Process Story,” The Easy Echo, Vol. 2, No. 7, Syracuse, Easy Washing Machine Corporation, July-August.
  • Renzi, Gabriel A. 1953 “The Independent Development of Suburban Solvay, New York: Significance to the Problems of Annexation and Political Integration in the Syracuse Metropolitan Area,” Unpublished M. A. Thesis, Department of Geography, Syracuse University.
  • Sauda, Edwin 1979 “50th Anniversary of Tyrol Club,” Solvay.
  • “S'Awicina Il Mezzo Secolo Del Circolo Di Solvay,” 1974 Trentini Net Mondo.
  • Sawens, R. H. 1962 “Introduction to Album,” The Solvay Club House, The Solvay Process Company, November.
  • Sawens, R. H. 1956 “Solvay Historical: A Chronicle of Unimportant Events,” Solvay, New York, December.
  • Schutz, Jean and John J. Gadziala 1976 Water Wheels and Stone: Heritage of the Little Village by the Creek, Jamesville, New York. Jamesville Historical Book Committee.
  • Sennett, Richard 1981 Authority. New York: Vintage Books.
  • “Sketch of Relations Solvay & Cie—U.S.A.,” n.d. Brussels, Belgium: Solvay & Cie.
  • Solvay 1959 Phoenix, New York: Frank E. Richards, publisher.
  • Spada, Abraham n.d. Notizie Storiche, Leggende e Fiable Di Castello Condino. Trento: Tipografica AOR Editrice.
  • “Spencer, Local Aviator, Makes Successful Flights In Biplane,” 1910 Syracuse Newspaper, November 20.
  • The Syracuse Herald 2/16/02, 3/15/09 and 4/4/09.
  • Syracuse Herald American 4/28/85.
  • Syracuse Herald-journal 6/24/81.
  • Syracuse journal 2/31/09 and 4/21/09.
  • Syracuse Newspapers (No names) 1/19/16, 5/1922, 1924, 10/30/49 and 1981.
  • Syracuse Standard February 6, 1886.
  • Thompson, Paul 1978 The Voice of the Past: Oral History. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Tomasetti, Mario (Editor) n.d. “Down Solvay's Memory Lane,” Solvay, New York.
  • Tomasetti, Mario and Mrs. Edward Venturini 1978 St. Cecelia's Church 75th Anniversary Souvenir Booklet, Solvay, New York.
  • Trump, Edward Needles n.d. “Early History of the Solvay Process Company,” Company Files.
  • Trump, Edward Needles 1933 “Looking Back at 50 Years in Ammonia-Soda Alkali Industry,” Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering, Vol. 40, No. 3, March.
  • Tyrol Club 1979 50th Anniversary Program.
  • Van Deusen, Edmund L. 1954 “You'd Hardly Know Allied Chemical,” Fortune, October.
  • Various Speakers 1902 1881–1902 Dinner, The President and Directors of the Solvay Process Company to the Members of the Participation Classes at Guild Hall, Solvay on Wednesday evening, October 8, 1902, Eight O'Clock, To Mark the Completion of Twenty-One Years of Work By the Company.
  • Walkowitz, Daniel J. 1982 Letter to Rita Cominolli, December 12.
  • Walkowitz, Daniel J. 1978 Worker City, Company Town; Iron and Cotton Worker Protest in Troy and Cohoes, New York 1855–1884. Chicago: University of Illinois Press.
  • Webster's Guide to American History 1967 Springfield: G. & C. Merriam Co.
  • Welch, Richard E. 1934 “Solvay Process Among State's Mightiest Plants,” Syracuse Journal, July 28.
  • West, Carolyn V. 1981 “1700 Milton Avenue: The Solvay Story 1881–1981,” Solvay, Allied Chemical.
  • White, Mark 1981 “Brineline,” Allied Chemical Newsletter, September 24.
  • Whitehead, Don 1968 The Dow Story: The History of Dow Chemical Company. New York: McGraw Hill.
  • Williams, Phyllis H. 1938 South Italian Folkways in Europe and America. New Haven: Yale University Press.
  • Yans-McLaughlin, Virginia 1977 Family and Community: Italian Immigrants in Buffalo 1880–1930. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.
  • Yans-McLaughlin, Virginia 1978 “Patterns of Work and Family Organization: Buffalo's Italians.” In Michael Gordon, ed. The American Family in Social-Historical Perspective. New York: St. Martin's Press.
  • Zieger, Antonio 1981 Storia Della Regione Tridentina. Trento: Casa Editrice Dolomia.