Talking about Antimo…Posted: February 22, 2016 Filed under: But Not Forgotten!, Italian Genealogy, Vintage Photography, Voices of East Harlem 1 Comment
While interviewing my cousin Herby for family recollections, he mentioned that our grandfather, Antimo (Tony) operated a produce store, around the corner from Arthur Avenue (across from St.Barnabus Hospital.) *Note: The timeline for this story is around the mid to late 1950’s.* Herby clearly recalled the fact that, written on the storefront awning, were the words, “Tony’s Live and Let Live…” Hence, Tony’s favorite quote was, “Live and Let Live!
Antimo Puca was the second child born to Stefano Puca and Teresina Milo. He was born in the small town of Sant’Antimo, Naples, on the 25th day of August, 1896. The first child born to his parents was a boy named Antimo. He was named in the traditional fashion, to honor Stefano’s father, Antimo Puca. Tragically, this baby died. Perhaps he died from the Cholera epidemic which was running rampant across Italy, at that time. Anyway, when the second child…
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[…] Harlem, NEW YORK ITALIANS | Tags: Italian Immigrants, Naples, New York City |Leave a comment https://italianharlem.com/2016/02/22/talking-about-antimo-2/ ANTIMO’S SHIP OF PASSAGE, FROM NAPLES TO NEW YORK, 1906. White Star Line – S.S. […]