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Andrejs Rozentals papers

 Collection — Box: Oversize 1
Identifier: IHRC3253


The papers of Andrejs Rozentals consist of personal documents, financial documents, personal letters, newspapers clippings, business cards, short notes, song texts, scout newsletters. The papers (1945 - 2001) of Andris Rozentals deal with personal documents (1960).There are some papers related to fraternities (1960 - 1961).Collection consists also of some financial documents (1952 - 1987), personal letters (1961 - 2001), newspapers clippings (1954 - 1982), business cards, short notes(1945 - ?) and Latvian song texts.There is an extensive collection of scout newsletters. Periodicals dealing with scouts, were separated, and where appropriate, added to the Latvian print collection.


  • 1945-2001


Language of Materials

Latvian, English


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Andrejs Rozentals was born on August 3 in 1936 in Riga, Latvia to Ludvigs Kristaps (b. 1899) and Alise (nee Meija - 1905).Andrejs has 2 siblings - sister Dzidra (married Apsite) and brother Gunars who disapeared during the WW II.Rozentals family lived for 4 years in Ansbach, Germany where in 1945 Andrejs joined scout boys.Rozentals family arrived in the United States in 1949 and settled in New York, later Grand Rapids, then Chicago and other places.Andrejs Rozentals graduated the Creston High School, Grand Rapids, Michigan in 1955.He married Ruta on September 2, 1962.They have 3 children: Andra - Anna (married Burns), Gunars - Juris and Valdis - Andrejs.Andrejs Rozentals got his B.S. in Packing Technology at Michigan State University in 1966.He moved to Minneapolis in 1969. He worked in various firms as packaging engineer and product safety engineer.Most recent and long - term workplace was Honeywell, ADS (1975 - 1990).Still working as a volunteer at HoneywellHe has always been interested in military matters.


1 linear inch


Collection donated to the IHRC by Andrejs Rozentals in December 2003.

  • Latvian Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
  • Scouts Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
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