Archive ID: 1981-159-37

Harry Pacini at Chicago White Sox game

Date Created: undated

Donor: Harry Pacini

Media Type: Photograph

Language: English


Harry Pacini’s parents emigrated from Nothern Italy and and his father worked as a grocer. At one time, the Pacini family owned a cigar-candy store and a diner in South Chicago and on the East Side. Brother Emil was the city’s alderman between 1945 and 1963. Many South Siders were hard-core White Sox fans.

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