Thursday, 29 September 2011

Paulo Roberto Camargo in the 1950s (second cousin)

Paulo Roberto (my second cousin) being held by his aunt Beatriz (my cousin).

young Paulo Roberto having a field day at his great-grand-father's on Rua Campos Salles  in 1955.
 Praça da Catedral de São Bendo em Marília-SP.
same day with auntie Beatriz. 
Paulo Roberto, his sister Mariângela and aunt Beatriz Scarpetti.



Paulo Roberto & Mariângela at Rua Campos Salles back-yard.
Geraldo Camargo (looking down at a cup while the waiter pours some coffee) at a function given by Vigorelli Sewing Machine in which he was an employee; 5 October 1957.
Geraldo Camargo. 
 Paulo Roberto na gangorra - Parque Infantil Monteiro Lobato, Marília-SP.
Paulo Roberto Camargo aparece no 'Correio Marilense' de 3 Maio 2012, ao lado de sua mãe Betty Scarpetti Camargo e irmã Mariângela Camargo, por ocasião de seu 60o. aniversario.

Monday, 26 September 2011

A trip to LIMEIRA-SP in 1956

Maria Puerta aka Mariinha on a visit in Limeira-SP in 1956. 
Maria Puerta presented a radio show on Radio Clube de Marilia in the afternoon where she was known as Mariângela. She eventually got married with Beatriz's brother Alecio. They left Marília for São Paulo where they lived in a house on rua Fernão Dias in Pinheiros. Here Maria poses in front of Gruta da Praça a famous band-stand in the main square. It may not look like a bandstand but so it is. It served also as a café during those times. 
Beatriz Scarpetti having Limeira's Cine Vitoria on the background.
Scarpetti Family - mid-1930s - Limeira-SP.
Emilinha Borba canta com Adelaide Chiozzo no Cine Vitória de Limeira para angariar fundos para sua eleição de 'Rainha do Radio'.
O povo de Limeira-SP na fila para ver Emilinha Borba - Revista do Radio - 7 ABR 1953.

Adelaide Chiozzo e seu acordeão em Rio Claro-SP...


former Industria de Chapeus Prada building (1907) has become Limeira's Town Hall (Prefeitura).
Gruta Municipal or Gruta da Praça was erected in the 1920s following plan by architect Ettore Monti aping medievel castles to serve as a band-stand at Praça Toledo de Barros. It served as a café between 1946 and 1967. Today it looks like that.