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IAHF Resources

Anchor 1 IAHF Newsletter

IAHF Newsletter


Members are entitled to the following:

  • IAHF Newsletter (color electronic edition with links)

  • IAHF Newsletter (black and white printed edition via US Mail) $20.00 to help offset cost


If you have articles, a favorite recipe or anything of interest, you'd like to share please forward it to


For information about advertising in the IAHF Newsletter, please click here to download the Advertising Guidelines, or read the information below:

Italian American Heritage Foundation • Newsletter Advertising

Circulation: 500




- Preferred file format is hi-res PDF with embedded text but we can accept any high resolution graphic file format

- We can do simple design layouts based on your input

- Images/business cards can be scanned and insert as well

Note: Depending on the item, scanning does not always provide the best quality

Italian American Heritage Foundation

425 N. Fourth Street

San Jose, CA 95112


Phone: 408.293.7122

Fax: 408-293-7154



Office Hours:

Tuesday thru Friday: 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Closed Saturday thru Monday

Anchor 8 library

Twila Venuti Library


The IAHF Library is a private library open to the public and operated by the Italian American Heritage Foundation (IAHF) to educate, preserve and celebrate Italian American cultural heritage.  


Library resources are open to the public however many library activities are open to IAHF members only.  Resources include IAHF archived newsletters, historical photographs of Santa Clara County, digital media, bilingual books for children and young adults, Italian only, English translated and English original language fiction and nonfiction, and reference books.  Reference books are not allowed outside of the library.


The Twila Venuti Library is open by appointment only.  


For information, please contact us at or call our office at 408-293-7122

Resources for Travelers, Foodies, Lovers of Italian Culture and much more...

NEW!    2024 Italy Group Travel Brochure

Italy In The US: Events, Art & Connections

What To Do In Italy for Christmas


Italian For Travelers: Resources for Learning Italian Before You Visit Italy


Cleanest Beaches in Italy

Oakland Airport to Begin New Non-Stop Flight to Italy

Top 10 Natural Wonders in Italy

10 of the Most Beautiful Cities in Italy 

Travel in Italy

Italian American Museums and Cultural Centers

Museo Italo Americano

Fort Mason Center / 2 Marine Boulevard / Building C / San Francisco, CA 94123

Italian American Museum of Los Angeles

644 N. Main Street / Los Angeles, CA 90012

American Italian Cultural Center

537 South Peters Street, New Orleans, LA 70130

Murer House: A Little Bit of Italy in Historic Folsom

1125 Joe Murer Court, Folsom, CA 95630

Arte Italia

442 Flint Street, Reno, NV 89501

Italian and Italian-American Museums

Regions of Italy

The Regions of Italy

Moilse, Italy's Undiscovered Region

A Tour of Sicily Like No Other


... and watch this space for more Regions of Italy to come!!

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Italy
Other Italian Orgs

Other Local Italian Organizations

Sons of Italy - William Paca Lodge No. 1960  /  Mountain View

IASA Newsletter

Italian American Studies Association

Western Regional Chapter Fall 2017 Newsletter

Family Tree

Build an Italian Ancestral Family Tree

The Order of the Sons of Italy in America (OSIA) Lodge and At-Large members can now access the OSIA records collections online at for free using the special link in the Members Only section.


If you are not an OSIA member, click here for details on how to become one today.

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IAHF and Italian-Interest Videos

A night at Vin Santo's Ristorante cooking and wine

IAHF Festa della Repubblica video celebration

Ken Borelli discusses the IAHF


Italian Family Festa 2010 Part 2, brought to you by Judy Verona Joseph, former IAHF Board Member and Producer of On The Town


Zucchero interview with Judy Verona Joseph, former IAHF Board Member and Producer of On The Town


arrangiarsi: pizza... & the art of living

The Art of Neapolitan Pizzaiuolo

Cooking Pasta with Lucia Clementi


Interview with Ken Borelli and David Perzinski

St. Joseph's Day at the IAHF San Jose


The Italian American Heritage Foundation San Jose

Spencer sings God Bless America

Cena Fuori

IAHF Library Interview with Richard Stewart

Kevin Swanson talks with Ken Borelli

David Perzinski teaches Cucuzza pollenation

Pizza originally taught by Josephine Cancilla

Critics of Columbus by Richard Di Giacomo

Italian Renaissance Explorers by Richard Di Giacomo

IAHF presepi by Ken Borelli

Bitter Cichory and Sweet Espresso by Carmine Vittoria

Fall Harvest Garden by Sharon Mc Cray

Genealogy by Madeline Damiano 


Presentation by Alfio Crema 


Vin Santo Ristorante Cooking Class 


Festa della Repubblica 2021 


Richard Di Giacomo, the Italian Explorers 


Michael Lella presentation 

Dual citizenship

Dual Citzenship - Be an Italian and an American

It takes some time and effort but in the end you could call yourself a citizen of two great countries. You can download the form here to get started or go to the Consulate General of Italy website for more information.

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