A letter dated June? 20, 1926. In Italian, on stationery printed: the Royal Consulate of Italy, Boston, Mass. Beneath that there’s a rubber-stamp: Agent of the Royal Consulate in Springfield, Mass. It is a certificate of residence.


Giacomo Galli is released this date and declares he will return to Italy for a. Of time not to exceed 6 months from the date of departure and he intends to resume his non-abandoned residence in the state.