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Collection consists of personal papers, certificates, documents, personal correspondence, documents of various Estonian diaspora organizations, included are also photographs and manuscripts of Anderson's memoirs and speeches.
Records consist of organizational correspondence, meeting minutes, annual reports and case files produced by the New York headquarters, and also materials generated by the AFCR field offices both in the United States and in Europe. In addition to the assistance provided to refugees from the former Czechoslovakia, the records include documentation of the AFCR resettlement work with refugees from other parts of the world in the late 1970s and 1980s.
Personal memoir of displaced persons camp experience.
Records of the Association consist mostly of correspondence.
Personal papers, passports, copy art
Some personal documents and articles by August Pensa. Documents concerning Estonian Philatelic Society. Scrapbooks of newspaper clippings on philately and other topics.
Correspondence personal and business, journals, publicity, financial records, materials related to the production of EV's cartoons, EV's artwork and photographs.
Collection consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings, meeting minutes, reports, memorial stamps and certificates. Some of the materials pertain to the Scout Troops in Passaic, New Jersey, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Records (1953-1965) of the Iuliu Maniu American Romanian Relief Foundation, Inc. consist of by-laws; annual reports; and various programs of meetings. The Foundation was a voluntary organization formed to assist Romanians in immigration and resettlement.
Papers (1954-1970) of Karoly Hokky (1888-197?), a Hungarian American educator, include correspondence, especially with Maria Ugron Podhorszky; papers; and writings. Hokky served in both the Czechoslovak and Hungarian parliaments as a representative from the Carpatho-Ruthenian area before his escape following World War II.
Papers (1947-1969) of scientist Leonids Slaucitajs (1899-1971) are mainly about geomagnetism. Also included are memoirs; biographical materials; publications; and materials relating to his activities in the arts.
Papers (1947-1965) of Louis Szathmary consist of typescripts and drafts of speeches he delivered on topics including world peace, European politics, communism, americanism, and the Hungarian revolt of 1956. Also included are correspondence, newspaper clippings, and magazine articles on the 1956 revolt, Hungarian Relief, and the placement of Hungarian refugees.
Papers (1945-1980) of Magdalena Rozentals (b.1915) related mainly to material dealing with Latvian refugees throughout the world. Included are photoalbums; serials; correspondence; theater programs; and miscellany.
Records consist of correspondence, meeting agendas and miuntes, membership lists, invitations, posters, and material on the Hungarian American actress Zita Szeletszky and other personalities of Hungarian and Hungarian American life. Substantial parts of this collection are available only as photocopies; originals returned to donors.
Collection contains the personal papers of Moses Napthalison Levine, alumnus of the University of Minnesota.
Papers (1954-1979) of Nikolajs Rasins (1915- ) include tape recordings; slides; newspaper clippings; correspondence; and financial records relating to Rasins' Latvian American broadcasting and other Latvian American community activities in Colorado Springs, Colorado and the Twin Cities, Minnesota.
Collection (1933-1936) of Olga Gralton, sister of Immigration History Research Center director Rudolph J. Vecoli, consists of seven scrapbooks of newspaper clippings, one describing the flight of General Italo Balbo and his air armada to the United States. Six scrapbooks contain clippings pertaining to the Italo-Ethiopian War and to Italian notables.
Records (1940-1972) of the Polish American Congress, Inc., a political, cultural, and social organization, consist primarily of questionnaires, correspondence, documents, and financial reports of the American Committee for the Resettlement of Polish Displaced persons.
Includes correspondence, reports, and printed material, primarily concerning the YMCA in Vienna, Austria, but also including some information about YMCA work in Budapest, Hungary and in Switzerland.
- Collecting Area
- Immigration History Research Center Archives 31
- Kautz Family YMCA Archives 7
- University Archives 1
- Refugees 9
- Displaced persons 8
- Refugees -- Services for. 7
- Young Men's Christian associations -- Administration 6
- Political refugees. 5
- Young Men's Christian associations -- Buildings 5
- Estonian 4
- Refugees -- Estonia. 4
- Latvian 3
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Refugees -- Poland. 3
- World War, 1939-1945 -- War work -- Young Men's Christian associations 3
- Artists 2
- Arts 2
- Czech Americans. 2
- Hungarian 2
- Hungarian Americans 2
- Hungary -- History -- Revolution, 1956 2
- Latvian Americans -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis. 2
- Polish Americans -- Societies, etc. 2
- Refugees -- Hungary. 2 ∧ less
- English 1
- Russian 1
- International Committee of YMCAs. World Service. 6
- National Board of the Young Men's Christian Associations. International Division 5
- YMCA of the USA. International Division. 5
- Young Men's Christian Associations of North America. International Committee 5
- ACEN (Organization) 1
- Aleksandrova, Vera, 1895-1966. 1
- American Committee for Resettlement of Polish Displaced Persons. 1
- American Fund for Czechoslovak Refugees (New York, N.Y.) 1
- American Relief for Poland. District 33. 1
- Anderson, Paul B., 1894-1985. 1
- Association of Hungarian Students in North America 1
- Bader, Max, 1892- 1
- Beth Gordon Museum 1
- Caks, Raimunds 1
- Christlicher Verein Junger Männer (Germany) 1
- Church World Service. 1
- Collins, Millard F. (Millard Franklin). 1
- East European Fund. 1
- Editeurs Réunis. 1
- Eltermanis, Voldemars 1 ∧ less