Latvian Railroadmen in Exile (Latvias Dzelzcelnieks Trimda) records
Collection consists of correspondence, reports, newspaper clippings, member obituaries, bulletins and other publications pertaining to the activities of the Latvian Railroadmen in Exile. The railroadmen were employed by the Latvian railroad system during 1919-1945, after emigration from Latvia following the end of World War II they formed an association headquartered in Brooklyn, New York, later in Sanford, Florida, and published an annual bulletin, among
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Collection acquired from the Latvian Studies Center in Kalamazoo, Michigan in 1995.
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