Anatoly Rozenblat papers
Collection — Box: 1
Collection consists of 15 bound volumes of typed memoir by Anatoly Rozenblat, covering the years 1990-2000, and 2002-2004, following his emigration from Russia and immigration to the United States. Included are also two published works by A. Rozenblat: "Rozenblat's Innovations for the 21st century" (1999) and "Statistical Analysis of Ship Speed in Waves and the Tropics" (2000). 1. Hello America!; 2. The Immigration of Russian Engineer to America; 3. America in True Colors; 4. American Immigration; 5. Five Years in the United States; 6. Hello, beautiful Israel!; 7. My Hard Way to the U.S. citizenship; 8. Problems of creative immigrant in America; 9. Ten Years later in America; 10. Hello, America (combined Diary); 11. Survival of the creative immigrant in America; 12. Real statistics in emigrant's life (1999-2001); 13. My life in emigration (2002-2004); 14. Refugee of 1989 from ex-Soviet Union; 15. Life story of Russian emigrant; 16. CDs containing some of the autobiographical volumes above.
- Rozenblat, Anatoly (Person)
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Russian-born Anatoly Rozenblat immigrated to the United States in 1990 from Russia. He studied at the Odessa Institute of Maritime Transport Engineering (BS in mechanical engineering) and at the East-West University in Chicago (BS in computer and information systems).
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Collection donated to the IHRC in 2006-2009 by Anatoly Rozenblat.
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