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Description
The materials in this collection focus on the Joseph Filippi Winery, a Southern California winery that started in 1934 and currently operates out of Rancho Cucamonga, California. The collection contains clippings; wine columns that former winery co-owner Gino Filippi wrote for the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin; wine bottles and labels; and a drawing of the Thomas Vineyards building in Rancho Cucamonga, which was once owned by the Filippis. The collection also contains materials related to the Chaffey Community Art Association and Museum of Art, which used to be located in the Joseph Fillipi Winery.
Background
The Joseph Filippi Winery was started in 1934 by Giovanni Filippi and the Filippi family. Giovanni Filippi originally came to the United States in 1904, working as a mason, and helped to build a winery in the community of Guasti in Southern California. Filippi went back to Italy briefly but returned to the United States with his son, Joseph, in 1920.
Extent
10.18 Linear Feet (8 boxes, 1 flat file drawer)
Restrictions
Unpublished manuscripts are protected by copyright. Permission to publish, quote, or reproduce must be secured from the repository and the copyright holder.
Availability
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