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Collection contains the records of Minnesota 4-H, administered by the Center for Youth Development, University of Minnesota Extension.
This collection consists of both published and unpublished materials pertaining predominantly to the history of Finnish American communities, but also includes the history of various ethnic groups, immigration history, and agricultural history; materials are all related to A.W. Hoglund's teaching career and personal life and include personal and work related correspondence, family records, papers and research.
Manuscripts, correspondence, speeches, brochures, programs, clippings collected or created by Aarand Roos, a linguist (PhD in FinnoUgri Languages) diplomat (10 years consul N.Y., N.Y. - right hand for consul Ernst Jaakson), speaker of many languages, writer - fiction and non-fiction (10 major works, numerous articles). Maaja Tobias Duesberg - his wife.
Correspondence, newspaper clippings and copies of newsletters containing articles about artists and writers collected and/or written by Aario Marist (1905-1991), an actor, theater teacher and director, active in Estonia, France and Canada (Montreal).
Papers (1920-1965) of Adam Podkrivacky, a former president of the First Catholic Slovak Union, consist of personal and organizational papers. The official documents of the FCSU constitute the bulk of the collection, including financial records, membership lists, and photographs.
Personal documentation, passports, certificates from displaced persons camps in Germany, materials pertaining to Estonian American cultural activities in New York.
Professor of law and history. Collection consists of correspondence, essays, bulletins, educational materials and manuscripts of articles.
Correspondence, event program brochures and fliers, newspaper clippings, bulletins, materials pertaining to philately, the Estonian American Citizens Association and other Estonian American organizations.
Two copies of the play "Misiska" by Aili R. Bell in Finnish and in English (translated by Richard A. Impola). The play, depicting the immigration and remigration of a Finnish woman, is set in Rock Springs, WyomingY in 1908 and in Savo, Finland in the 1930s.
Jarvenpa's papers include, among a variety of other documents, manuscript drafts of her translations, correspondence, articles, notes on Finnish Americana, and her journals.
Aime Kangro was affiliated with the Korp! Filiae Patri organization, collection consists of extensive correspondence with various Estonian organizations, no personal information.
A scrapbook enitled "Social and Cultural Activities by Latvians in Minneapolis." Included are event program flyers, circular letters, newsletters, newspaper clippings and press releases.
Correspondence, documents related to receiving pension from Germany.
Collection contains compact disks and records of the music of Heikki Sarmanto, her principal collaborator (on his New Hope Jazz Mass and New England Images, among other works). Also sheet music, music manuscripts and scores, song books, annotated concert programs, and correspondence with a Finnish publisher regarding translation of lyrics.
Correspondence, newspaper clippings, biographical materials.
Aksel Linkhorst's peronal documents and clippings about A. Linkhorst, documents related to Aksel Linkhorst's professional activities, collected manuscripts, printed matter, Karl Ast's documents, Estonian Committee evacuation commission's archive. Reports from people who fled Estonia 1945-1947 with information about the situation in Estonia. Speech texts, documents of Estonian General Consulate in New York.
Papers (n.d.) of Italian American dramatist Alberico Molinari (1876-1948) consist of typescripts of his play "I Martiri di Chicago," a four act historical drama.
The Albert Chenet Order Sons of Italy in America, Pennsylvania Grand Lodge collection (1941-1978) includes Grand convention books (1967-1977), Grand Council minutes and correspondence (1976-1978), testimontial dinner booklets (1941-1972), photographs of flood damage in Italy, and newspaper clippings.
Personal documentation, passports, correspondence, newspaper clippings.
Public figure. Correspondence, official documents, clippings, memoriabilia
Zattoni was an antifascist. His papers contain correspondence and newspaper clippings pertaining to his fighting in the Spanish Civil War and to his volunteer work during World War II, when he re-educated captured Italian soldiers. Also included is a file of correspondence referring to the Mazzini Society.
Papers (1951-1973) of Aldobrando Piacenza (1888-1976), an Italian American poet, painter, and folk artist from Chicago, Ill., contain articles about his art work and a short autobiography. Piacenza was born in Sant'Anna Pelaso and came to the United States in 1902. He lived in Chicago and Highwood, and worked as a gardener, store clerk, bakery employee, and owner of an ice cream parlor. His art work included elaborate bird houses.
Personal documents, correspondence, professional documents regarding Aleks Kurgvel's work in the Intelligence Service.
Priest of Estonian Eastern Orthodox Church - correspondence, articles, newspapers, clippings Christian social organizations, World Council of Churches and etc appeals for work etc Correspondence, documentation for émigrés from Estonia after WWII, DP's mostly from German
Diplomat. Biographical data, obituary, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, speech, articles, publications in Swedish about Baltic Archives in Sweden.
Collection consists of personal and professional correspondence, research notes, drafts of articles, and lectures on chemistry, philosophy, and linguistics.
Papers of A. N. Kniazeff comprise Russian American material from the San Francisco, California area. Materials pertain to the Russian Community Club, the United Russian Anti-Communist Organizations, the Crusade for Truth, Inc., and to the National Organization of Russian Scouts.
- Language: Multiple languages X
- Collecting Area
- Immigration History Research Center Archives 818
- University Archives 39
- Kautz Family YMCA Archives 24
- Jean Nickolaus Tretter Collection in GLBT Studies 12
- Upper Midwest Literary Archives 11
- Charles Babbage Institute Archives 5
- James Ford Bell Library 4
- Children's Literature Research Collections 3
- Social Welfare History Archives 1
- Northwest Architectural Archives 1
- Performing Arts Archives 1 + ∧ less
- Estonian 128
- Displaced persons 84
- Community life 35
- Religious life 35
- Political activity 31
- Italian Americans -- Societies, etc. 29
- Latvian 20
- College teachers 18
- Finnish 18
- Young Men's Christian associations -- Administration 16
- Young Men's Christian associations -- Buildings 16
- Exile 15
- Fraternal organizations 15
- Education 14
- Italian 14
- Women 14
- Ethnic press 13
- Italian American newspapers. 12
- Arts 11
- Cultural heritage 11 + ∧ less
- Russian 22
- Ukrainian 6
- Arabic 1
- English 1
- Hebrew 1
- YMCA of the USA. International Division. 14
- Young Men's Christian Associations of North America. International Committee 14
- International Committee of YMCAs. World Service. 12
- National Board of the Young Men's Christian Associations. International Division 10
- National War Work Council, Y.M.C.A. of the United States 4
- Mott, John R. (John Raleigh), 1865-1955 3
- University of Minnesota 3
- YMCA of the USA 3
- Aggregate 2
- American Latvian Association in the United States 2
- Anderson, Paul B., 1894-1985 2
- Beach, Joseph W., 1880-1957 2
- Bly, Robert 2
- Borlaug, Norman E. (Norman Ernest), 1914-2009 2
- Christlicher Verein Junger Männer (Germany) 2
- Granovsky, Alexander A. 2
- Haydak, Mykola H., 1898-1971 2
- Lowrie, Donald A. (Donald Alexander), 1889-1974 2
- National Council of the Young Men’s Christian Associations of the United States of America. Foreign Division. 2
- Rockefeller Foundation 2 + ∧ less