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Overview Papers (1977-1980) of Finnish American composer A.L. Klemi (1874-1924) consist of the sheet music for three piano and vocal compositions.
Overview Records (1887-1901) of the Aamunkoitto Temperance Society (Brooklyn, New York) include membership lists and minutes.
Overview Papers (1930-1935) of Adam Kattainen, a Finnish American temperance advocate, consist of poems and speeches. Also included are minutes (1942-1943) of the Alango-Field (Minn.) Red Cross.
Overview Two copies of the play "Misiska" by Aili R. Bell in Finnish and in English (translated by Richard A. Impola). The play, depicting the immigration and remigration of a Finnish woman, is set in Rock Springs, WY in 1908 and in Savo, Finland in the 1930s.
Overview Jarvenpa's papers include, among a variety of other documents, manuscript drafts of her translations, correspondence, articles, notes on Finnish Americana, and her journals.
Overview Papers (1920-1973) of Aino Maki consist of photographs of key figures in the Central Cooperative Exchange (later the Central Cooperative Wholesale) of Superior, Wis., as well as cooperative training classes from the 1920s and 1930s. Also included is an addition to Maki's family history.
Overview Papers (1940-1979) of Alex Kyyhkynen (1888-1984) consist of personal material and records of Finnish American organizations in Minnesota, particularly the Minnesota Finnish-American Historical Society.
Scope and Contents Finnish DESCRIPTION OF THE COLLECTION 1) Letters from the Varsinais Suomi area of Finland: The America Letters, Varsinais Suomi (Finland), collection (1885-1960) contains 4,000 letters written by Finnish immigrants in the United States to relatives and friends in the Varsinais Suomi area of Finland. 2) Letters from the Etela-Pohjanmaa area of Finland. The America Letters (1890-1960), Etela-Pohjanmaa (Finland), collection consists of 4,000 letters sent...
Overview The Amerikan Uutiset collection (n.d.) consists of manuscripts and typescripts, in Finnish, of published articles by Terttu Katka, George Latvala, Matti Kantola, Paavo A. Kairanen, and Elina Beck.
Overview Papers (1939-1986) of Arne Halonen comprise newspaper clippings of him and his wife, Irene, the Finnish Relief Drive in Minnesota, and Finnish organizational activities in Minnesota and California, along with clippings of a newspaper column written by Halonen. Also included are a booklet by Halonen entitled "Minnesota's Help to Finland," and photographs of him and a Minneapolis choral group directed by Irene Halonen, as well as corresondence from Ester Larsen and newspaper clippings collected...
Overview Papers consists of autobiographical materials, correspondence and photocopied images.
Overview Correspondence, birth certificates, passenger arrival and naturalization records, obituaries, genealogy charts and family history narratives for the Beltt (originally Belttari) family.
Overview Records (1897-1970) of the Bethel Evangelical Lutheran Church (Ishpeming, Mich.) include baptism, confirmation, communion, and funeral registers. On microfilm.
Overview Collection consists of a genealogy of the Swedish-Finnish Blomquist family of Saint Paul, Minn. (1887-1987).
Overview Research notes, photocopied articles, letters and miscellaneous writings pertaining to Finnish stone workers in New England.
Overview Papers (1935-2000) of Carl Ross (1913-2004) consist of correspondence, brochures, photographs, newspaper clippings, essays and other published materials relating to the Minnesota Finnish American Family History Project; the founding and activities of the United Fund for Finnish American Archives (meeting minutes, by-laws, press releases, letterhead, and other materials) and the organizing of two Reunion of Sisters conferences (1986 and 1987).
Overview Papers (n.d.) of Cedric Roivanen (b. 1942) consist of a family history and genealogy.
Overview Records (1916-1969), in English, of the Central Cooperative Wholesale (Superior, Wisconsin), include correspondence; minutes; memoranda; district meeting plans; reports; newspaper clippings; pamphlets; registration lists; and a large number of photographs. The records contain substantial correspondence with and information on other cooperatives in the area. Also included are essays written by children competing for scholarships, and materials pertaining to Cooperative Youth Camps, and...
Overview Records (1928-1930) of the Co-operative Trading Association (N.Y.) consist of a membership certificate and a stock certificate.
Overview Papers (1978) of Curt Carlson consist of genealogical information on the Haapalahti and Carlson families of Sweden and Finland and a brief history of Finnish migration to Sweden, Norway, and the United States.
Overview Papers consist of a biographical sketch and family history, portrait, unpublished poems, manuscript copy of an essay on W.B Yeats, fellowship application, notes, a letter from Robert Hayden (Consultant in Poetry, Library of Congress), and a tape recording of Anderson reading from 'Lines in Snow' at the Library of Congress in 1978.
DESCRIPTION OF THE COLLECTION 1. Country of origin? 2. Occupation in native country? 3. Reason for immigration? 4. Date of immigration? 5. Did the author repatriate or remain in the U.S.? 6. State(s) and city(s) of settlement in the U.S.? 7. Occupation(s) in the U.S.? 8. Political affiliations in the U.S.? (also ethnic affiliations?) 9. Labor or occupational affiliations in the U.S.? 10. Information on family life?-nuclear and/or extended family? 11. Information on courtship or gender roles?12. Information on the wider...
Overview Papers of Velma (Hakkila) Doby (b. 1923) consist of materials on Finnish Americans and Finnish American life. Included are newspaper clippings concerning Finnish American scholars and also articles written by e.g. Michael Karni and Carl Ross; clippings concerning Finntowns, notorious Finnish Americans and Finnish Americans in general. Collection contains Velma Doby's thesis including her English translation of an autobiography by the Finnish American poet Helmi Mattson.
Overview Papers (1960-1989) of Earl M. Harju, a journalist, consist of personal and general correspondence; photocopies of Harju's articles in Between Ourselves, the San Francisco Chronicle, and People's World; newspaper clippings, and telegrams congratulating Walter A. Harju on his 60th birthday. Subjects include the Spanish Civil War, Jack London Club, Finns in California, and the American-Soviet Friendship Society.
Overview Papers (1904-1975) of Edith (Laine) Koivisto (1888-1981) consist of biographical material on her and Finnish Americans in Minnesota; art materials; diaries; creative works such as plays and newspaper articles; historical works and research notes; photographs; scrapbooks; and material relating to her activities in Finnish American organizations. Included are correspondence from Alex Kyyhkynen; John F. Kennedy; Lauri Lemberg; Fanny Ojanpaa; Harry S. Truman; Hans R. Wasastjerna; and others....
Overview Compilation of autobiographical materials pertaining to the Aho family history. Includes 60-page typed autobiography, photographs, personal documents.
Overview Papers (1935-1940) of Emil Laurila consist of farm records; correspondence; and photographs of a pioneer homestead farm near Markham, Minn. Correspondents include John E. Aho. Included are also boardinghouse, household, and farm records of a Finnish-American family who lived in the Markham/Makinen/Aurora areas of northeastern Minnesota. Income/Expenses records spanning 1920s-1980s.
Overview The papers (1947-1958) of Kenneth J. Enkel (b. 1916) consist of legal briefs, documents, and correspondence relating to deportation proceedings taken in the McCarthy Era against the seven following persons: Taisto A. Elo; Knut E. Heikkinen; Mrs. Vera Hathaway; Harry Roast; Charles Rowoldt; Lopez-Hernandez v. Brownell; and Heikkila v. Barber. The materials on the Knut Heikkinen case are incomplete. Mr. Enkel undertook these cases at the behest of the Minnesota Committee for the Protection of the...
Overview Papers (1950) of Erick Kendall consist of an autobiographical work (manuscript) entitled "We Conquered Communism," which deals with the coop-communist split within the Central Cooperative Wholesale of Superior, Wisconsin in 1930. Also available on microfilm.
Overview Research notes, drafts of book chapters, correspondence, photographs, typescripts of literary texts.
Overview Papers (1931-1968) of Hilma (Bockman) Erickson (1887-1968) consist of letters written to her daughter Eva Helen Erickson (b. 1912).
Overview Records of the Fairbanks Town Farmers Coop, and Telephone Company, Fairbanks Township, St. Louis County, MN. The collection includes receipt books, ledgers, meeting minutes, notebooks, and diaries.
Overview Church history (church formerly named Finnish Evangelical Lutheran Church), organizational records, photographs, golden jubilee album (1944), song books, and other printed matter. Included are piano music paper rolls.
Overview Collection consists of a 7-page family history of the Jarvi family, settled on a farm near Lawler, Aitkin County, Minnesota. Includes information on the 1918 fire in the surrounding areas (the Cloquet - Moose Lake Fire). The autobiographical account was written by Fanny Jarvi Hammarlund, with Edith Jeanette (Jackman) Futcher, in the late 1980s. The memoir details the lives of Matt and Mariana Jarvi, both born in Finland and immigrating to the U.S. in the early 1900s.
Overview Records (1918-1931) of the Farmers Cooperative Mercantile Association, Kettle River, Minn., consist of minutes of the Board of Directors for 1918-1924 and 1927-1931; and financial records from 1923-1931.
Overview The material includes correspondence, newsletters, minutes, photographs, and various other documents, roughly organized chronologically within the various collections of papers.
Overview Records of FinnFest USA consist of minutes and correspondence of the executive board, newspaper articles, tape recordings of annual executive board meetings, organizational newsletters, publicity materials, videotapes, photographs and other items pertaining to the annual FinnFest USA celebrations.
Overview Records (1944-1962) of the Finnish American League for Democracy (Fitchburg, Mass.) include treasurer's minute books and other minutes books.
Overview The Finnish American trade unionists collection (1943) consists of conference proceedings; a pamphlet; memoranda; and correspondence relating to Finnish American activities denouncing Finland's participation as an Axis ally in World War II.
Overview Records (1874-1977) of the Finnish Apostolic Lutheran Church, New York Mills, Minn., comprise birth; baptism; confirmation; marriage; burial; and financial records of the congregation.
Overview Collection of dramatic scripts includes the following titles: Kosinta; Ajan Laulu; Ananiaksen Ehtoollinen; and Kaksi Varasta.
Overview Records (1916) of the Finnish Evangelical Lutheran Congregation (Republic, Mich.) comprise baptism, confirmation, communion, marriage, and funeral registers.
Overview Papers of the Finnish Farmers Fire Insurance Company consist of constitutions and by-laws, correspondence, and receipts of deposits.
Finnish Sick and Accident and Benefit Association of Menessen, Pennsylvania and Monongahela Valley records
Overview Records (1927-1929) of the Finnish Sick and Accident and Benefit Association of Menessen, Pennsylvania and Monongahela Valley consist of the organization's constitution, and a letter from the pastor of the Finnish Evangelical Lutheran Church (Hibbing, Minnesota).
Overview Records (1905-1966) of the Finnish Socialist Chapter (Ely, Minn.) consist of chapter minutes.
Overview Records (1905-1966) of the Gardner, Massachusetts Finnish Socialist Chapter Archive consist of chapter minutes and minutes of the chapter's suborganization.
Overview Minutes (1911-1931) of the Markham, Minn. chapter of the Finnish Socialist Federation.
Overview Minutes (1912-1915), in Finnish, of the Finnish Socialist Club (Astoria, Ore.), Board of Directors. Although the minutes deal mainly with business affairs, they indirectly reflect much of the cultural and political activity in the Astoria Finnish socialist community during this time. For example, the minutes for 1913 include records of donations to the striking copper miners in Michigan. Except for Board minutes published in the newspaper Toveri, these are the only known extant minutes of the...
Overview Minutes of the Eastern District Committee (Fitchburg, Mass.) (1913-1920) and the National Executive Committee (Chicago, Ill.) (1915-1925) of the Finnish Socialist Federation.
Overview The collection (1904-1967) of Finnish Socialist Organizations, West Coast chapters, comprises minutes; financial records; membership records; correspondence; stock certificates; and playscripts from ten Finnish Socialist organizations active in California or Oregon. The organizations are: Berkeley Suomalinen Toveri Yhdistys (Berkeley Finnish Comrade Association (Berkeley, California); Berkeley (California) Finnish Cultural Club; the International Workers' Organization (Berkeley, California);...
Overview Records, in Finnish and English, of the Hibbing Finnish Workers' Club (Minn.) consist of minutes (1962-1974) and a ledger of accounts (1935-1972).
Overview The Finnish Workers' Federation of the United States collection includes, in Finnish and English, corporate documents; correspondence; financial records; minutes; and reference material of the Federation, the Finnish Federation, Inc.; and Turva Gardens. Also included are constitutions and by-laws of Finnish associations in Illinois; a commemorative scrapbook of the Finnish Peoples Democratic organization; correspondence re deportation of William Lahtinen; correspondence (1958-1967) of Ira...
Overview Records (1911-1939) of the Finnish Workers' Society "Kehitys" (Cloquet, Minn.) Archive consist of financial records; minutes; membership lists; and play scripts.
Overview Records (1892-1909) of the Fitchburg, Massachusetts Finnish Evangelical Mission Church Archives (Fitchburgin Lähetysseurakunna Arkisto) consist of the church's baptism register.
Overview Manuscript (1985) of Frank O. Luoma consist of a handwritten history of the Finnish people of Wawina Township, Minnesota.
Overview Papers (1882-1987) of Frank Stohl consist of a photocopy of an essay entitled "The Eureka (California) Brotherhood Lodge History" by Hilma Siikala, translated by Stohl; a register of Finnish Americans in Reedley, CA (including those Finnish pioneers still living in 1955), compiled for a 50th anniversary celebration of the Finnish settlement in the area; and photocopies of manuscripts by Stohl entitled "Finnish Women of Reedley, California," and "The History of the Reedley Finnish Brotherhood...
Overview Collection consists of one video tape (29 min.) entitled "Children of the Finnish Homestead" documenting the Brimson, Minnesota-based project developed under the direction of JoAnn Hanson in 1995, and a calendar for 2012 containing reproductions of photographs depicting Finnish American life in northern Minnesota and activities related to the Petrell Hall built by Finnish immigrants in 1912 near Brimson in Saint Louis County.
Overview Collection contains Siitonen's memoirs along with miscellaneous photocopied photographs and a letter from Carl Forslund to Reino Hannula regarding Forslund's involvement in the Spanish Civil War.Papers consist of an English translation of the play Atti Smith (Mother Smith) by Hilja Koski, believed to have been written in the 1930s, depicting a Finnish American family's experiences in connection with the Spanish Civil War; Siitonen's reflections on Koski, with whom he was acquainted; and a...
Overview Papers (1896-1963) of Hazel Barberg consist of minutes and financial records of the Cokato, Minn. Onnen Toivo temperance society,1896-1958; a handbook of the Finnish National Temperance Brotherhood, 1906; Finnish postcards, 1903-1907; the Nels Peter Nelson family history; a family Bible;correspondence; newspaper clippings; issues of Finnish periodicals
Overview Papers (1947-1962) of William Heikkila (1906-1960) consist of legal files relating to his deportation case, and newspaper clippings about the case.
Overview Papers of Heimo A. Loya consist of sheet music for piano, violin and cello, and choral and vocal music. The music is composed by composers such as Jean Sibelius, Toivo Kuula, Oskar Merikanto, Selim Palmgren, and Leevi Madetoja.
Overview Papers of Helmi Dagmar Mattson (1890-1974) include an autobiography; correspondence; diaries; handwritten and typescript articles, plays, poetry and books; records and papers relating to the Northwestern Finnish Historical Society; minutes of meetings of the Mt. Solo Washington Finnish Club; bylaws of the Finnish Workers Association (Portland, Ore.); miscellany; memorabilia; photographs and photograph albums; and scrapbooks.
Overview Papers (1987) of Helvi Lahti Rajala (1916- ) consist of a memoir essay entitled "Commune Cement #3" pertaining to experiences of the author and her family in Soviet Karelia in the 1930s and her subsequent efforts to arrange the departure of family members from the USSR.
Overview Papers (1876-1950) of Hilda Simons consists of a typed manuscript (photocopy) autobiography dealing with her family's history in Finland and Brule, Wisconsin. Includes a photograph of Hilda Kauppinen Ronkainen Simons (1980s?).
Overview Hilja Saari was active in the Finnish American community in Palisade, Minnesota. Papers consist of a brief history of the Palisade Finn Hall (typescript and handwritten), founded in 1913; a copy of the articles of incorporation under the name "Taisto" Hall; four photographs and two negative prints.
Overview Papers (n.d.) of Lembi Hippaka, a second generation Finnish American, consist of three scrapbooks containing articles on Finland and the Finns; Hippaka's travelogue of her first trip to Finland in 1937; the Delaware Tercentenary celebration of the Swedes and Finns in Delaware; and the russo-Finnish war of 1939-1940.
Overview Collection consists of a copy of a commemorative publication celebrating the 15th anniversary of socialism building in the Soviet Karelia ("Neuvosto-Karjalan 15-vuotiselta taipaleelta - 1920-1935") and news clippings pertaining to the Karelian Finns. Included is a list of about 1400 Finnish names of inidivduals who migrated to Karelia.)
Overview Records (1901-1936) of the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church (Hibbing, Minn.) include baptism, confirmation, communion, marriage, and funeral registers.
Overview Records (1896-1899) of the Idan Uutiset (Eastern News) Publishing Company (Fitchburg, Mass.) consist of proceedings of the board of directors and monthly meetings of the newspaper staff. Minutes also document the formation of Finska Amerikanaren (now the Norden).
Overview Papers (1904-1978) of Ina (Laukala) Karni of Cook, Minnesota comprise a typescript family history; two ledgers of a local Finnish Day Committee and miscellaneous items.
Overview Papers (1931-1960) of Mrs. Ina Miettunen include minutes (1931-1954) of the Minnesota Finnish American Historical Society, Virginia, Minn. Chapter; photographs; records of the Messiah Lutheran Church (Mountain Iron, Minn.); and correspondence.
Overview Manuscript (n.d.) of Alex Jackson's novel Viuluni itkee.
Overview Records (1897-1921) of the Jarven Kukka Temperance Society of Gilbert and Sparta, Minn. include minutes, membership and account books.
Overview The Johan and Fiina Seppamaki papers (1977) consist of a photocopy of a typed family history.
Overview Papers of John E. Aho consist of an income and expense ledger for the Source of Light Temperance Society (Valon Lahdeof) of Eveleth, Minnesota.
Overview Papers (1975) of John E. Ketonen consist of a manuscript of his book, Finnish American Horizons. The material consists of more than 100 short articles, poems, songs, reminiscences and biographies of Finnish Americans.
Overview Papers (1906-1958) of John P. Korhonen consist of photographs, correspondence, mortgages, stocks, and a declaration of intent for American citizenship. Also included is a funeral memorial folder for Korhonen.
Overview Papers (1970-1984) of John Wiita (1888-1981) include his correspondence with Michael G. Karni, an autobiography, and short sketches on Finnish American labor history and biographies of Finnish Americans.
Overview Meeting minutes, financial records, correspondence. Sponsoring organizations included: American-Finnish Civic Association of Virginia, Finlandia Foundation - Virginia Chapter, Good Shepherd Ladies Aid, Knights of Kaleva, Ladies of Kaleva, Suomi Kerho, Zion Chapel Ladies Aid.
Overview Papers (1938-1976) of Joseph Alecks include personal correspondence; newspaper clippings; pamphlets; and photographs.
Overview Hakala's papers consist of the resource materials she used in writing "Memento of Finland: A Musical Legacy". Included are taped interviews (e.g. with Marjorie Edgar and Simon Sorvari), transcribed summaries of taped interviews, biographies of kantele players such as Arvi Manninen, John Stark, Katri Oksanen, and John Huhtala, and kantele builders as well as other folk musicians, e.g. a zither player Marja Johnson, photographs and negatives, a video recording of pianist Emily Jusola, sheet...
Overview Papers (1924-1955) of Kaarle Hjalmar Lehtinen consist primarily of correspondence to him from the Wayne Produce Association and the Fairfield Cooperative Farm Association (Suomalainen Osuusfarmi) of Jesup, Ga., as well as from friends in the Jesup area. Also included are photographs, postcards, and miscellaneous printed material.
Overview Kaisa Maria Hurula was born in Karunki, Finland. Papers consist of a brief recollection of her first day in church in America.
Overview The records (1913-1966) of the "Kajastus" Finnish Laborers' Association (Milford, New Hampshire) comprise the official papers and bylaws (1913-1928); and clippings and articles on New England Finnish Americans (1951-1966).
Overview Records (1937-1944) of the Junior Kaleva League, Nuoriso Chapter (Ely, Minn.), a Finnish-American young people's organization, include minutes and miscellanous memoranda as well as material on the Junior Kaleva League itself.
Overview Records consist of camper applications, healt hcertificates, insurance forms, legal papers, financial records, receipts and correspondence pertaining to the Kaleva Summer Camps held by Finnish American organizations around northeastern Minnesota during the 1940s-1950s.
Overview Papers (1950-1976) of Karin Tuomi, an author, include poetry; a manuscript of her novel, Pelli ja Perhe Siirtolaisena; and personal papers. Tuomi lives in Palo Alto, Calif.
Overview Papers (1978-1982) of Karl Ahlbeck (1881-1954) consist of translations by his daughter, Lila A. (Ahlbeck) Lindgren, of his manuscript, "A Short History of the Finnish Settlement of Isabella, Minnesota". The two translations are dated 1978 and 1982; the second has accompanying documentation.
Overview Papers of Katherine Ruuhela consists of correspondence with Finnish relatives, in which is mentioned a brother who moved from the U.S. to Soviet Karelia; photographs of family members in Finland and in the U.S.; newspaper clippings; a scrapbookof collected poems and articles; a memoir of the Finnish-Russian war; miscellaneous books; a print of Juho Rissanen's painting of a Finnish American homestead; biographies intended for a family history; and miscellany.
Overview Collection consists of six photographs of Finnish Americans in Monessen, Pennsylvania, featuring large groups of men, women and children in front of a church building, the Finnish National Society building, and also the Louhi Band of Monessen seated in a hall.
Overview Papers (n.d.) of Lauri Koivulehto consist of newspaper clippings of articles on frontier life in Minnesota by Koivulehto, pasted in a book.
Overview Collection consists of family correspondence between Antti Kopra and his relatives in Finland, also his children Leo, Weikko, Lennart and Esther and other correspondents. Antti Kopra resided in Butte, Montana, and San Francisco, California, and maintained correspondence with several relatives in Finland. Included are photographs, newspaper clippings, copies of articles, postcards, printed matter and other materials documenting the life and work of the various Kopra family members, materials...
Overview Papers (1950-1983) of Ernest Theodore Koski (1908-1990) consist of a scrapbook containing newspaper clippings; sheet music; song books; phonograph records; typescripts of speeches, eulogies, travelogues, plays and Koski's autobiography; declassified FBI reports; correspondence; photographs; and memorabilia. Included is a series of articles entitled "Juuret Suomessa-Elama Amerikassa" (Roots in Finland -- Life in America) which Koski wrote for Tyomies-Eteenpain (1982-1983) and material on the...
Overview Papers (1980) of Henry Gust Koski consist of a typed manuscript describing Finnish American pioneer life in Montana and Idaho.
Overview Papers contain books, sheet music, songbooks, music catalogs, play scripts and catalogs, interview transcripts, translations of new articles, and photographs.
Overview Manuscript (ca. 1980-1990) of Lilian Kangas consists of a handwritten manuscript of sixteen hymn translations from Finnish into English by Elma K. Anderson.
Overview Papers (1966-1971) of Lionel B. Davis consist of a typescript of a master's degree paper and another college paper on Finnish-American dance music (waltzes) as well as sheet music in manuscript, with Finnish titles, of Schottische dance tunes. Included in the collection are also memoirs of Rev. Alexander Ziskind Gurwitz, translated from Yiddish to English, "A Tale of Yesteryears", story of Nahum Ellia as told by his daughter Charnia Goldie Bernstein to William Mayberg of the Yiddish daily...
Overview Papers of Lydia Ahola include minutes and news clippings related to the activities of the Finnish Relief Committee, Virginia, MN, three Finnish song books, sheet music, and nine publications.
Overview Papers (1964-1968; n.d.) of Maija Lipponen consist of three scrapbooks containing typescripts; newspaper clippings of her poems; and newspaper clippings of articles (some by Lipponen) about the Finnish Workers' Education Club (Lake Worth, Fla.) and other radical Finnish interests and activities.
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Overview Papers (1958-1981) of Reino Makela (1915-1979) consist of letters he wrote to Eva Helen Erickson. Makela was born in the United States and emigrated with his family to Karelia in the Soviet Union in 1931. Reino Makela's letters start in 1931, his last one is from May 9, 1979. (There is a gap between the years 1932 ans 1958.)
- Subject: Finnish X
- Central Co-operative Wholesale (U.S.) 2
- Mattson, Helmi Dagmar, 1890-1974. 2
- Aamunkoitto Temperance Society, Brooklyn, NY 1
- Ahlbeck, Karl, 1881-1954. 1
- Aho, Edward 1
- Aho, John 1
- Aho, John E. 1
- Ahola, Lydia 1
- Ahonen, Arnold 1
- Alecks, Joseph. 1
- Anderson, David H. K. (1929-1991) 1
- Anuta, Michael John 1
- Barberg, Hazel E. 1
- Bethel Evangelical Lutheran Church (Ishpeming, Mich.). 1
- Blomquist Family. 1
- Brusila, Arthur 1
- Carlson, Curtis L. 1
- Co-operative Trading Association (N.Y.). 1
- Consumers Cooperative of Berkeley 1
- Davis, Lionel B. 1 ∧ less