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A collection of newspaper clippings with dates ranging from July 1, 1941, to March 29, 1950. The clippings are arranged in chronological order. During this time Michael DeCiantis resigned as a member of the State Unemployment Compensation Board to deeper pursue a growing interest in politics. Much of Scrapbook 4 contains clippings following DeCiantis' exploits in politics, starting with his support of Superior Judge Robert E. Quinn for a Democratic Senate Nomination and later his successes as West Warwick Town Solicitor and President of the Kent County Bar Association. Some pages have articles that obscure other items on the same page. In this case, the same page has been shot multiple times to show all content.

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West Warwick (R.I.)City planning; City council members; City & town halls; Politics & government; Public affairs organizations; Fire stations; Laws; Police; Law & legal affairs; Judges


West Warwick (R.I.)


American Politics | Political Science | Social and Behavioral Sciences

Newspaper Clippings: July 1, 1941 to March 29, 1950



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