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Albany-Schenectady Eesti Ühing (Estonian Association in Albany and Schenectady, New York) records

Identifier: IHRC3049

Displaced persons
DESCRIPTION OF THE COLLECTION 1. Minutes of the association and founding documents of the Estonian supplemental school 1954-19752. Correspondence with individuals and organizations 1959-19823. Chronicle of the association 1950-19634. Journal about the activity of Estonian supplemental school in Albany-Schenectady 1962-19645. Journal about the activity of Estonian supplemental school in Albany-Schenectady, questionnaires about the school 1970-19796. Correspondence of Estonian supplemental school 1969-19787. Incoming informational sheets, bulletins, brochures8. Material about the school's spring party (drawings and writings by the pupils)9. School's play scripts, poems and other material related to the school's festivities10. Chronicle about Estonian folk dancers and singers in Albany-Schenectady11. Bulletins by an to the association, newspaper clippings


  • 1954-1982


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Minutes, correspondence, chronicle, brochures, material about the Estonian supplemental school in Albany-Schenectady (journals, correspondence, incoming brochures and bulletins)


The Estonian Association in Albany and Schenectady was founded in 1954 and incorporated in 1955.


Collection transferred to the IHRC from the Estonian Archives in the U.S.A. (EAU) in 2003-2005. It was processed as part of a collaborative project between the Estonian Archives in the USA (Lakewood, New Jersey), the National Archives of Estonia (NAE), and the IHRC in March 2010. Margit Laanemets and Kristel Tammik of the National Archives in Tallinn, Estonia, worked with IHRC staff on the project.
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