• Page 1 of [A Granite-Shed Owner's Son]

    1 Vermont 1938-9 Miss Mary Tomasi 63 Barre St. Montpelier, Vt. The Granite Worker Italian A GRANITE-SHED OWNER'S SON He was a tall, broad-shouldered young man. Sparkling eyes and ruddy cheeks bespoke health and vitality. In gray canvas trousers and white sweat shirt, clean shaven, he stood conspicuous among the older group clad carelessly in a motley assortment of clothing. They were in the ...

    • Contributor: Tomasi, Mary - The Granite Worker - Guido, Mr.
    • Original Format: Manuscripts/Mixed Material
    • Date: 1938
  • Page 2 of [A Granite-Shed Owner's Son]

    2 Not long ago a marble monument was smuggled into the cemetery and set up at night. The cemetery directors haven't taken any steps towards having it removed, but they've voiced their disapproval openly. "The new work that goes into the cemetery today doesn't compare with the art of a few years back. That's what the older fellows say, I don't know. To them ...

    • Contributor: Tomasi, Mary - The Granite Worker - Guido, Mr.
    • Original Format: Manuscripts/Mixed Material
    • Date: 1938
  • Page 3 of [A Granite-Shed Owner's Son]

    3 marking off a granite block were discussing Mussolini. "I see him last year," a gaunt, hollow-cheeked man was saying. "I see him at the Riva Ricolli. The Riva on the Adriatic is his favorite beach resort. When I see him he wear just trunks, an' he look like a gorilla. Hair on his arm and chest. All the people around there they bow ...

    • Contributor: Tomasi, Mary - The Granite Worker - Guido, Mr.
    • Original Format: Manuscripts/Mixed Material
    • Date: 1938