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The article gives a brief biography of Judge Luigi DePasquale, an Italian-American judge whom was involved in many Federal Hill charitable and fraternal organizations. The article discusses the renaming of Arthur Avenue to Balbo Avenue, after the Italian aviator Marshall Italo-Balbo. In the 1940s the street was changed once more to Depasquale Avenue, "named for a local resident who distinguished himself as a jurist and a charitable man."
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Muratore, Joseph R. "The Landmarks of Federal Hill: Biography of Judge Luigi DePasquale and the nomenclature of DePasquale Avenue." The Echo [Providence] 06 Dec. 1979: pp. 19. Print.
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