Fourteen greeting and holiday cards sent from Bonanno to his companion Theresa D’Antonia (who he became associated with after his wife Fay Bonanno died), all written during the mid-1980s and mid-1990s. Eleven are signed “JB,” with the two others signed “Zio,” which means Uncle in Italian. One of the earliest cards comes from the federal prison in Springfield, Missouri, complete with the hand-addressed mailing envelope, with Bonanno writing his name and prisoner number in the return address area. The remaining cards also come with their hand-addressed envelopes. Also included is a color glossy 5 x 4 candid photo of Bonanno and D’Antonia posing together in 1998, as well as COAs from his daughter-in-law, Rosalie Bonanno. In fine overall condition.
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