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This collection consists of photographs related to Alice Bernhard and her family, including photos taken before they emigrated to the United States.
Collection consists of meeting minutes and consitution of the organization.
This collection consists of the papers of David and Genia Levi, Holocaust survivors who immigrated to the United States in 1950, eventually settling in St. Paul, Minnesota. These papers mostly deal with the Levi's efforts for reparations from the German government.
Collection consists of photographs, documents and papers of the Elguther family from Germany. George Elguther was an attorney who fought in World War I, and was later arrested and falsely accused of being a Communist by the Nazis in 1933. Many individuals came to his defense, eventually securing his freedom and enabling him to emigrate to the United States.
Collection consists of biographical materials, correspondence, research notes and copies or drafts of articles related to Emma Lauberte's studies of languages and literatures.
Personal information, collected materials since the DP period, registers of the Estonian Archives in the U.S., documents concerning Ferdinand Kool's monograph.
This collection consists of Flori Loew's personal papers during her flight from Germany under Nazi persecution, traveling to Italy and England before settling in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Papers consist of a diary. Volumes II-VI concern his activities in Minnesota and elsewhere in the Midwest.
The collection contains four posters from Nazi-era World War II Germany, aimed at children.
Collection contains the research, reports, correspondence, and course notes of Helmut G. Heinrich, professor, Department of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics in the Institute of Technology at the University of Minnesota.
The Lemke papers consist of illustrations and studies for book jackets, illustrations, and advertisements, created by artist Horst Lemke.
Collection consists of photographs and publications documenting the independence efforts of Latvians in Latvia and abroad.
This collectoin consists of the personal materials of Jacob Seymour Lockets, a Jewish serviceman who fought in World War II.
Contains production material for German and English works by James Krüss.
Collection contains 19th and 20th century German plays, collected by Jean Wormser.
This collection consists of immigration paperwork and a scrapbook related to a Yiddish theater troupe in a German displaced persons camp after the end of World War II.
This collection is an aggregate of small donations given by various donors to the Jewish Historical Society of the Upper Midwest and the Upper Midwest Jewish Archives, all relating to local Jewish history.
The collection contains written production material for one book published in German by Karin Gündisch.
This collection consists of a wide array of administrative documents relating to Kenesseth Israel Congregation, the Orthodox Synagogue in Minneapolis.
Photocopies of materials related to the programs of Radio Free Europe broadcast during the final years of the Soviet Union and the period of independence re-gaining by the Baltic states of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia in the early 1990s. Press releases, reports, newspaper articles, largely collected by the Joint Baltic American National Council in Washington DC and deposited at the Latvian Studies Center of Janis Riekstins, Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
This collection contains several boxes of German language books and Danish language periodicals and other materials, donated by LGBT Danmark, a Danish LGBT rights organization.
Newspaper clippings, copies of articles, and other materials documenting transportation in Estonia, including an essay by Johannes Lepiksaar "Old Esto waterways," K.R. Pusta's "Baltic Sea history and today," train schedule from 1940, articles "100 years of Estonian Railroad" (1970), "Parnu r.r. engine is no more" (1971), map of Estonian rail system, essays "RR in Estonia" in German, "Estonian waterways," and an original ticket for 9 people of the Merand family.
- Language: German X
- Collecting Area
- Immigration History Research Center Archives 17
- Upper Midwest Jewish Archives 11
- Children's Literature Research Collections 7
- Jean Nickolaus Tretter Collection in GLBT Studies 4
- Social Welfare History Archives 1
- Jews -- Minnesota 8
- Children's literature, German 5
- Authors, German -- 20th century 4
- Displaced persons 4
- Jews 4
- Jews, American 4
- World War, 1939-1945. 4
- Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) 3
- Manuscripts for publication 3
- Consular reports -- Austria 2
- Drawings (visual works) 2
- Estonian 2
- Fantasy fiction 2
- Jewish families 2
- Jewish men 2
- Jews, German 2
- Jews, German -- United States 2
- Polish 2
- Short stories 2
- Synagogue -- History 2 + ∧ less
- English 27
- Yiddish 6
- French 5
- Russian 5
- Estonian 3
- Latvian 3
- Polish 3
- English 2
- Hebrew 2
- Italian 2
- Spanish; Castilian 2
- Ukrainian 2
- Danish 1
- Esperanto 1
- Greek, Modern (1453-) 1
- Latin 1
- Portuguese 1 + ∧ less
- Kerlan, Irvin, 1912-1963 2
- Aggregate 1
- Alliance of Transylvanian Saxons. Series I (Cleveland, Ohio). 1
- American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. 1
- Austria, Ministerium des Aussern. 1
- Austro-Hungarian Aid Association of Minneapolis, Minnesota 1
- Benary-Isbert, Margot 1
- Cohen, Barbara 1
- Ecke, Wolfgang, 1927- 1
- Ettedgui, Daniel 1
- Ferguson, Stuart 1
- Ginsburg, Mirra 1
- Gündisch, Karin, 1948- 1
- Heinrich, Helmut G., 1910-1979 1
- Heydekampf Brühl, Edelgard von 1
- Jewish Historical Society of the Upper Midwest 1
- Kenesseth Israel Congregation 1
- Klodnycky, Valdimir , 1891-1973 1
- Krüss, James, 1926-1997 1
- Lemke, Horst 1 + ∧ less