Creator is exactly Joseph Zarrella
This Sub-Section includes materials related to the Catholic Worker Movement and prominent figures in the movement, including co-founder Dorothy Day and artists for the newspaper Ade Bethune and Fritz Eichenberg. Joseph Zarrella met Dorothy Day in New York and joined the Catholic Worker movement in its early days. Zarrella married Mary Alice Lautner and moved to her home town of Tell City, Indiana, where he established a Catholic Worker House of Hospitality. Dorothy Day visited Zarrella many times.
This record series includes photographs from the Joseph Zarrella Papers, Accession 2 (Sub-Section H.17B). The photographs were from albums and frames related to Joseph Zarrella's involvement with the Catholic Worker Movement. Photographs include images of Joseph Zarrella during his involvement with the Catholic Worker. Also included are images of Dorothy Day and breadlines at the Catholic Worker office in New York during the Great Depression. Of particular interest are images of Joseph Zarrella at a Catholic Conscientious Objector Camp in New Hampshire during World War II, and images from Dorothy Day's funeral in 1980.