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Newspaper clippings, pamphlets, event programs.
Papers of Helmi Dagmar Mattson (1890-1974) include an autobiography; correspondence; diaries; handwritten and typescript articles, plays, poetry and books; records and papers relating to the Northwestern Finnish Historical Society; minutes of meetings of the Mt. Solo Washington Finnish Club; bylaws of the Finnish Workers Association (Portland, Ore.); miscellany; memorabilia; photographs and photograph albums; and scrapbooks.
Collection contains photocopies of correspondence, publications, Hoelzer's Ph.D. dissertation (in German), and drawings, all which were given to James Tomayko in preparation for an oral history and a publication. The material details Hoelzer's conception of a fully electronic analog computer which was developed in Peenemunde, Germany, during World War II. Portions of the published articles have been translated from German to English by Hoelzer.
Poet, writer. Poems, correspondence of H. Visnapuu Literary Fund, by-laws of H. Visnapuu Literary Fund; periodicals: "Tulimuld", "Looming", "Meie Tee", clippings.
Papers (1939-1969) of Henia Kieronska consist of articles and newspaper clippings pertaining to Polish American history; articles, photographs, and cartoons re the German blitz of Poland ca. 1939 by Julien Bryan; a history of the family of Anthony Sadowski (1669-1736), a Polish American pioneer in Pennsylvania by Edward Pinkowski; and a Polish American history by Frank A. Zabrosky. Most articles are from The Philadelphia Inquirer and Zgoda.
Collection contains the papers of Henrietta Saloshin, professor emeritus of social work at the University of Minnesota.
Archacki's papers include correspondence, articles, newspaper clippings from Polish American newspapers, photographs, materials on sports, and publications.
Biographical materials, correspondence, drawings, postcards and some print materials.
Documents concerning Estonian Boy Scouts and scouting associations in Estonia, Germany, US. Correspondence, publications, manuscripts of Michelson's books and articles, photographs, newspaper clippings.
Manuscript of memoirs, newspaper clippings, correspondence about WWII in reference to the Estonian diaspora.
Correspondence, photocopies, publications and essay (mostly about Estonia, but also about music).
Original poetry, original song sheets, theater plays, newspaper clippings.
A Ukrainian political émigré organization of the former hetmanite government, the Association was founded in Munich in 1947. Records include constitution and bylaws, minutes, circulars, and correspondence. Among the organizations represented in the collection are Ukrainian Hetmanite Organization of America, International Relief Organization, and the Bulava Publishing Company in New York.
Research papers and articles.
Librarian, Bibliographer at Hoover Institute, Stanford U.1969-1989writer (12) major articles and (6) major publications about Baltic Multilingual study, tools of research etc. correspondence, copies of papers, research notes etc.Bibliographic curriculum vitae
Hilja Saari was active in the Finnish American community in Palisade, Minnesota. Papers consist of a brief history of the Palisade Finn Hall (typescript and handwritten), founded in 1913; a copy of the articles of incorporation under the name "Taisto" Hall; four photographs and two negative prints.
Hillar Palango (1937-2001) immigrated to US in 1950, served in the US army 1961-1963, graduated from New Jersey Institute of Technology -with a BSE degree, worked as an electrical engineer. Active in New York Estonian House (Asst Treas) ; Korp! Fraternitas Estica (secretary and treasurer), Estonian boy scouts/ Randian (Lakewood Folk dancers). Papers consist of personal documents, diplomas, biographical data, photos, and correspondence.
Papers (1931-1968) of Hilma (Bockman) Erickson (1887-1968) consist of letters written to her daughter Eva Helen Erickson (b. 1912).
Correspondence, newspaper clippings.
Marriage records (1909-1967) of Holy Ghost Greek Catholic Church, Cleveland, Ohio.
Records of the church, formerly known as Holy Trinity Russian-Serbian Orthodox Church, consist of correspondence, church documents, bylaws, minutes of meetings, financial records, list of members, birth-marriage-death records, membership-minutes-financial records of the Assumption of Mary Sisterhood, minutes of the church choir circle of the Assumption of Mary Sisterhood, sermons and services, and print material.
Correspondence files related to Skrastins's activities as publisher of Voyageur magazine and as proprietor of Hugo Skrastins Film Company. Correspondents are primarily advertiszers, contributors, and production associates for Skrastins's magazine and films. Also included are several issues of Voyageur.
Constitutions, organizational records and correspondence.
Papers consist of a typescript of his study, "Origin and Growth of the Italian Labor Movement (1860-1904)," and copies of newspaper articles written at the time of his death.
Records (1895-1917) of the Orszagos Leveltar, Miniszterelnoksegi Leveltar (Prime Minister's archives, Hungary) related to emigration policy and other matters concerning emigration and immigration. Information is mainly related to Slovaks, Ruthenians and Croats in the United States, Canada and South America and includes material on religious and political activities of those groups.
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.
The Hungarians in Toronto collection (1955-1975) consists of clippings, programs, postcards, and leaflets documenting the Hungarian community.