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Papers (1977-1980) of Finnish American composer A.L. Klemi (1874-1924) consist of the sheet music for three piano and vocal compositions.
Artist/Author Correspondence, manuscripts, drawings, caricatures, translations Pol-Eng, newspaper clippings
Photocopied typescript of memoir entitled "Journey to the City: An Immigrant's Experience" by Abraham Ratner, and edited by Marc Ratner. Jewish immigrant family from Ukraine.
Copies of FBI files regarding the Italian American anarchist newspaper L'Adunata dei Refrattari, published in New York.
Graphic artist, copperplate printing-pref., wood block printing, painter, engraver, art teacher, illustrator Biographical data, documents, medical reports, correspondence, newspaper and magazine clippings, copies from sketches, slides, lists of graphic art, sketch, catalogs, periodicals, programs, poster, sketch book
Collection contains Finnish folk song books and books on Finnish composers and music, sheet music by Jean Sibelius, Selim Palmgren, Yrjo Kilpinen, and miscellaneous composers, manuscript facsimiles of songs from Musiikin Tiedotuskeskus, folk songs by various composers (e.g. Ilmari Hannikainen, Toivo Kuula, Erkki Melartin, and Aapo Simila), chorals, and sheet music for kantele and piano.
Typescript memoir by Aina Teeri Maki Nyman, born in Kurikka, Finland, in 1907. Immigrated to the United States in 1920 to join her father Issac Teerimaki in Ironwood, Michigan.
Papers (1920-1973) of Aino Maki consist of photographs of key figures in the Central Cooperative Exchange (later the Central Cooperative Wholesale) of Superior, Wis., as well as cooperative training classes from the 1920s and 1930s. Also included is an addition to Maki's family history.
Papers (1952-1980) pertaining to the Ajami family history include letters; newspaper clippings; programs; poetry; and photographs. Much of the material concerns Selma (Bojolad) Ajami, an opera singer, and Jocelyn Ajami, an artist. Correspondence refers to Philip K. Hitti, and correspondents include Ambassador Fletcher Warren.
Papers of Al LaMagna consist of materials pertaining to the Order Sons of Italy in America. Included are a Distinguished Service Award certificate from the Pennsylvania Grand Lodge, and artifacts include Pennsylvania Grand Lodge officer title and emblem pins, wooden gavels, a Nuova Vittorio Emanuele No. 901 banner, and an Italian flag.
The papers contain a large amount of material relating to Finnish American music. Included are Pakkala's notes, articles, sheet music, correspondence, lists of bibliographic entries, and dissertations regarding the Finnish American community. The collection also contains a significant number of photographs, slides, and video and audio tapes.
Correspondence, copies of articles, newspaper clippings, book reviews, souvenir publications.
Drafts for a book-length publication by Albert Tezla entitled "The Hazardous Quest: Hungarian Immigrants in the United States, 1895-1920." Materials are primary documents (letters, newspaper articles, official records) translated from Hungarian to English. Also included is correspondence, research notes and copies of sources pertaining to Hungarian Americans.
Biographical materials, correspondence and photographs.
Correspondence of Albina Luczkow Meciszewski of Buffalo and Rochester, New York, born in 1882 in Krasne, Galicia (today in Poland).
Papers (1961-1964) of Alex Simirenko (1931- ) consist of a preliminary survey, notes, photographs, and other material used by Simirenko in writing his book "Pilgrims, colonists and frontiersmen: an ethnic community in transition," published by the Free Press of Glencoe, Ill. In 1964. The book concerns the Russians in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Documentation from, to and about EELC of St. Paul, NY and Schenectady - Albany sub - Parish. Plethory of minutes of conferences: international, Estonian and the St. Paul parish. Interviews ref. to consistory meetings, Estonian cultural and religious events in USA, Estonia and other countries where Estonians live; clippings, bulletins, song sheets, accounts, correspondence of parish and personal.
Collection consists of two volumes of published sheet music (solo violin works written by Alfred Morena between 1910 and 1920) and 6 CDs containing recordings of his music.
Collection consists of personal documents, correspondence, press clippings and photographs.
Materials related to Alfred Vonetes and his work in the Order of AHEPA (American Hellenic Educational and Progressive Association). Included are meeting minutes, agendas, notes, correspondence, event programs, and publications of the organization.
Collection consists of personal correspondence with family members and friends, diaries, travel notes, photographs, professional correspondence with publishers and editors, manuscripts and typescripts of Alfredo Segre's (1908-1960) writings, including articles, poems, short stories, book reviews, and translations.
Primarily correspondence between Keljik, Armenian American writer and founder of the Minnesota Armenian community in 1899, and Blackwell, women's suffrage leader and activist on behalf of Armenian independence, documenting close literary and political collaboration. Included are also translations of poetry and other writings. Materials are photocopies of original documents housed at the Blackwell Family Papers, Library of Congress.
Papers (1962) of Alixa Naff consist of photocopied summaries of interviews conducted by Alixa Naff. They pertain to folklore and life histories collected from Christian Syrian-Lebanese first generation immigrants in the United States. Originals as well as tapes with the recordings are deposited at the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, as part of the Alixa Naff Collection there.
Carlson was a professor of geography at Bowling Green State University in Ohio. Collection consists of reprints of his journal articles relating to immigrant settlements in Cleveland, Detroit, Toledo and Chicago.
Papers consist of Amabile and Vincenzo Santacaterina's correspondence, including that of Amabile with Ferdinando Offeli; Vincenzo's notes about a trip to South America in 1965; photographs; clippings; "Il calicanto non cresce a Chicago" (1990), Amabile's autobiography; "Chiuppano nel Mondo" (n.d.), by Ferdinando Pffeli; and "Decenale di Vincenza All'Estero, 1953-1962."
- Family life 23
- Community life 18
- Displaced persons 16
- Italian Americans -- Societies, etc. 16
- Refugees 15
- Estonian 14
- Italian 14
- College teachers 13
- Finnish 13
- Religious life 13
- Genealogy. 12
- Ukrainian Americans -- Societies, etc. 12
- Jewish 11
- Political activity 11
- Ukrainian 11
- Immigration issues 10
- Italian Americans. 10
- Columbus Day. 9
- Social life and customs 9
- Family History 8 + ∧ less
- Ukrainian 84
- Estonian 64
- Finnish 25
- Italian 23
- Latvian 13
- Polish 13
- German 11
- Greek, Modern (1453-) 8
- Russian 6
- Belarusian 5
- Czech 4
- French 4
- Hungarian 4
- Slovenian 4
- Arabic 2
- Croatian 2
- Serbian 2
- Swedish 2
- Bulgarian 1 + ∧ less
- American Council of Polish Cultural Clubs 2
- FinnFest USA 2
- Gracza, Rezso (Ralph) 2
- United Committee of South-Slavic Americans 2
- Abbate, Paolo S., 1884-1973 1
- Abele, Arnold 1
- Adler, Selig, 1909- 1
- Ahlbeck, Karl, 1881-1954 1
- Ahmed, Frank 1
- Aho, Edward 1
- Aho, John 1
- Aho, John E. 1
- Ahola, Lydia 1
- Ahonen, Arnold 1
- Ajami family. 1
- Akerman, John D., 1897-1972 1
- Al Akl, F. M. (Fouad Michael), 1903- 1
- Alecks, Joseph. 1
- Alekseev, V. I. (Vasilii Ivanovich), 1906- 1
- Alt, Walter C. 1 + ∧ less