This document is a summary of an interview with Tony Richetta. Topics include growing up in Italy, why he moved to Calumet, learning English, adjusting to the United States, working for the Calumet and Hecla mining company, Italian American societies, making wine and moonshine during Prohibition, gardening, food, holidays, and relations wtih the Finnish community.
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