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Mr. Roland Libonati, Chicago, Illinois; morra-players at Mama Sue's Restaurant, Chicago, Illinois

Mr. Roland Libonati, Chicago, Illinois; morra-players at Mama Sue's Restaurant, Chicago, Illinois

 
 
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Online digital image numbers may be offset by 1 or 2 digits from the film negative frame numbers.
Film negative frame numbers, descriptions: 1-4, Roland Libonati in his living room, he is a former U.S. Representative, State Senator, and State Representative; 5-24, Playing morra inside the restaurant; 25, Roland Libonati and Micky Carioscia, owner of Mama Sue's Restaurant; 26-37, playing morra outside of restaurant, players include Joe Labelloarte (2nd generation), Joe Labelloarte (son, 10 yrs old, 2nd generation, on mother's side), Lenny Fresca (2nd generation), Rocky Brandonisio (2nd generation), Randy Gentilli (2nd generation), Michael Trotti (2nd generation), Micky Carioscia (3rd generation)

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01/01/1977
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chicago
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