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Public figure. Correspondence, official documents, clippings, memoriabilia
Personal documents, correspondence, professional documents regarding Aleks Kurgvel's work in the Intelligence Service.
Personal, documents, correspondence, newspaper clippings.
Manuscripts, correspondence, personal correspondence, poetry translations, newspaper clippings.
Arno Raag (1904-1985) studied law at Tartu University in Estonia. Later worked as journalist with the "Postimees" newspaper in Estonia. After leaving Estonia at the end of World War II (1944), he was involved in publishing the "Eesti Rada" periodical in the Augsburg Displaced Persons camp in Germany. In 1949, he immigrated to the United States. Author of several books - poetry, biography, novels.
Personal papers, passports, copy art
Personal identification documents and certificates, manuscripts and articles written by A. Meikup, teaching materials, sheet music, research into Estonian geographical names, newspaper clippings of obituaries.
Personal documents, correspondence, checks/bills, 2 scripts of short plays, cemetery deed, funeral arrangements, memorial, death certificate.
Newspaper clippings, articles and other publications about Estonian communities throughout Russia and the Soviet Union.
Collection consists of a copy of the magazine "Ring haaling" (1944), Gertrud Äniline's thesis in the field of social work (1955), diploma - certificate, personal documents, Alfred Äniline's documents, AS Tartu Pank (shares), G. Äniline's official correspondence, personal correspondence, newspaper clippings, programs, and the "Short history of Tartu Women's College".
Extensive correspondence, clippings and various pamphlets, event programs. Bulletins and other memorabilia of immigration.
Documents concerning Estonian Boy Scouts and scouting associations in Estonia, Germany, US. Correspondence, publications, manuscripts of Michelson's books and articles, photographs, newspaper clippings.
An eclectic but systematic collector of clippings, postcards referring to Estonians in general and Estonian independence period from 1918 to WWII, continued to DP camps and USA. Collection includes hand-copied maps indicating routes of Estonian and Finno Ugri groups around Lake Peipsi.
Johannes Lapmann's biographical documents, memoirs, manuscripts, notes, clippings, note books. Drafts, multiplied copies and work sheets of Johannes Lapmann's vision on how to solve world's (mostly economic) problems. Public letters and appeals concerning publishing his works and their introduction to the general public.
Major General. Personal documents, correspondence, diplomas, certificates, newspaper clippings, articles, obituary.
Economist, auto mechanic. Studied at Tartu University 1944, wife Aliide (Vahkal) (1907), daughter Hedg-Marge (1937), mother Anna (1870). Collection consists of USNS Gen. A.W. Greely "Souvenir Edition" Bremenhaven-New York (1950 Bulletin), newspaper clippings, correspondence, list of names.
Obituary, newspaper clippings, photos, correspondence.
Archives of the Russian Orthodox Church in Alaska contain correspondence, reports, registers, and other church records.
Papers (1943-1981) of Yermolenko include correspondence, minutes, financial records of the Ukrainian Cultural and Arts Club of Minnesota; records of the Commemorative Committee for the Famine in Ukraine; material pertaining to the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America -- Minnesota Branch; and records, including photographs, of the Ukrains'ke Zaporizhske Kozatstvo (Ukrainian Free Cossacks), whose headquarters were in Europe (1941-1945) and Chicago (1960-1975).
Some personal documents, correspondence, speeches and articles written by Uno Teemant and documents concerning his participation in Estonian orgtanizations. Collection consists mostly of copies of articles and books on Estonian and Russian history, literature, and other topics.
Personal papers; manuscripts of memoiristic books an plays; notes about Estonian refugee ships in 1940´s; notebooks; correspondence; newspaper clippings and photocopies of articles; 9 audio tapes of interviews with Estonians who sailed to USA on refugee ships in 1940´s [?]; prinet matter, incl. "Erma mersõit"="The Cuise of the Erma" by V. Veedam (Augsburg-Haochfeld 1947) The collection was arranged in 1997 by Mercia Braun-David
- Estonian 7
- Displaced persons 4
- Artists 2
- Arts 2
- Church records and registers -- Alaska. 2
- Refugees 2
- Russian 2
- Americanization 1
- Botany -- Study and teaching 1
- Diaries 1
- Geography -- Study and teaching. 1
- Italian-American newspapers. 1
- Legal secretaries -- New York. 1
- Literature 1
- Newspaper clippings 1
- Polish Americans -- Indiana. 1
- Research -- Historical. 1
- Resettlement 1
- Russians -- Alaska -- Religion. 1
- Russians -- Alaska -- Religious life. 1 ∧ less
- Multiple languages 22
- English 2
- Estonian 2
- English 1
- French 1
- Grebenstchikoff, George and Tatiana 1
- Meikup, August 1
- Michelson, Herbert 1
- Rozenblat, Anatoly 1
- Russian Greek Orthodox Catholic Church of North America. Alaska Diocese. 1