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Papers consist of an account of family life in Velkrop, Austria-Hungary (later in Czechoslovakia, now in Slovakia), in the late 1800s. Guzy discusses agriculture, the role of the churches, marriage customs, housing, folk medicine, foods, clothing, funerals, holidays, and child care.
Typescript of a memoir "Starting Over in Cleveland" by Anton Zakelj, translated from Slovenian into English and edited by John Zakelj, with photographs by Anton Zakelj. Also a typescript of an article "Cleveland in the 50s" by Anton Zakelj. The Zakelj family immigrated to the United States from Slovenia in 1950, settling in Cleveland, Ohio. The memoir depicts life in the Slovenian neighborhood of Cleveland, around the St. Vitus Church.
Monograph (ca. 1937) of Emery Radwany consists of his manuscript, "Kingdom Lost," relating personal and family reminiscences of Hungarian life and customs with related episodes from Hungarian history, 1840-1936.
Memoirs of Fiore DiGiulio entitled "Thoughts and Memories of the Native Village: Villetta Barrea" (62 pages). Translated by Jerine DiGiulio. Included is also a copy of the original manuscript in Italian.
Family history compilation entitled "The Carlo Francone - Caterina Aliberti Families of San Benigno Canavese, Piedmont, Italy - Ancestors and Descendants" (34 pages plus appendices).
Collection consists of 39 interviews conducted by Helen Barolini of Italians in Dobbs Ferry, New York. Narrators discuss primarily their lives in the Dobbs Ferry Italian American community, with emphasis on work, family, cultural traditions, and perceptions of ethnic identity. Included are cassette recordings and handwritten indexes (and some supplemental materials) to the interviews.
This collection consists of organizational administrative records documenting over 80 years of existence of the Minneapolis-based Polish American women's club.
Oral histories of Joe Jachetta (also his "Wartime Memories"), Dante Benedetti, Thomas Cara, Virginia and Elios Anderlini, Norma Tealdi, Lena Massucco, Annie Guardino Wallace, John Valentini, and Richard Monaco.
Records (1966- ) of the Ukrainian Jaroslaw Society consist of information pertaining to the reunion gathering of Ukrainian emigrants from the region of Jaroslaw and the borderland west of the River Sian in ukraine.
- Social life and customs 10
- Family life 5
- Community life 3
- Displaced persons 2
- Polish 2
- Religious life 2
- Women 2
- Youth 2
- Carpatho Rusin 1
- Cooking -- Juvenile fiction 1
- Cooking, Polish 1
- Diaries 1
- Education 1
- Folk dance music -- Poland 1
- Hungarian American authors. 1
- Hungarian Americans -- Personal narratives. 1
- Hungarians -- Social life and customs. 1
- Immigration issues 1
- Italian 1
- Italian Americans -- Colorado -- Denver. 1 ∧ less
- Italian 1
- Polish 1
- Ukrainian 1
- American Council of Polish Cultural Clubs 1
- Bancroft Library (San Francisco, Calif.) 1
- Guzy, Anne 1
- Iciek, S.A. 1
- Klees, Michelle 1