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Papers (1919-1975) of Rev. Andrew Rolik consist of his typescripts, poetry, various church publications (including jubilee programs from Evangelical Lutheran churches in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, and Muskegon, Michigan), and sheet music.
Papers (1963-1969) of Andrii Bohdan consist of flyers and programs pertaining to cultural events in the Philadelphia, Pa. Ukrainian community. Included are lists of recordings, a flyer of the Americans to Free Captive Nations, Inc., Ukrainian Division; and a program for the Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus 50th anniversay tour.
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.
Collection consists of photocopied news clippings, correspondence, event programs, photographs, creative writings, and other printed matter organized in scrapbook form, also some sound recordings.
Minutes, reports, correspondence, accounting documents, newsletters, bulletins.
Songbooks, newspaper clippings, programs
Papers consist of newspaper clippings, photographs, sheet music, and pamphlets. Much of the material relates to the history of the Virginia and Pike-Sandy regions in northeastern Minnesota, including the Pike Evangelical Lutheran Church. Included are also three artefacts (aluminium potato pancake pan, wooden spoon, and white cloth purse)
Papers of Heimo A. Loya consist of sheet music for piano, violin and cello, and choral and vocal music. The music is composed by composers such as Jean Sibelius, Toivo Kuula, Oskar Merikanto, Selim Palmgren, and Leevi Madetoja.
Papers (1920-1945) of John Berlisg (1882-1945) include a short biography of him; photographs of him and the singing group "Svoboda"; translations of operettas, sheet music and an obituary.
Music composed by Jüri Mandre and others, handwritten sheet music, song books, correspondence, misc. printed works, documents about Mandre Music Fund.
Biographical materials, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and sheet music.
Papers (1924-1997) consist of personal documents, photos, correspondence. Included is sheet music by Knuts Lesins as well as by other Latvian and world composers, in addition to manuscripts, research papers, articles, short stories, speeches, poems and translations done by Lesins. Newspaper clippings, bulletins, newsletters, magazines and books are also included in this collection. There is one audio record.
Papers (1912-1976) of Nicola Berardinelli (1892- ), an Italian American composer, conductor, operatic baritone, voice teacher, and author, who came to the United States in 1910, consist of photographs; sheet music; playbills; programs; and newspaper clippings; Most materials pertain to Berardinelli's activities in Chicago, New York, and Denver.
Papers consist of personal and professional correspondence, programs, music scores, photographs, and material pertaining to Bryn's activities in the Twin Cities Ukrainian community.
Karvonen composed numerous works for organ, piano, choir, band, orchestra, chamber groups, solo voice, and solo instruments, the sheet music for which comprises the collection. Included are also materials containing biographical information, correspondence, research notes, and concert programs.
Papers (1951-1981) of P. Lymarkeno consist of typescripts, correspondence, brochures, and other information pertaining to the United Ukrainian American Relief Committee, Inc., Svoboda, the American Ukrainian Resort Center, Inc., St. Vladimir Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral (Philadelphia, Pa.), the Ukrainian Bandurists Chorus, the International Institute of Philadelphia (Pa.), the United Ukrainian War Veterans of America, and others, together with a family photograph.
Collection consists of autobiography, plays, poetry, music, flyers, newspaper clippings, and publications.
Papers consist of correspondence, newspaper clippings, sheet music (mostly of songs sung by Valeria), radio scripts, and financial reports of the Polish War Relief Committee of Boston (ca. 1944). Also included are correspondence and photographs of Alexandra J. Jaskolski and papers of Karol Jaskolski.
- Music 9
- Estonian 5
- Sheet music. 3
- Artists 2
- Arts 2
- Community life 2
- Cultural heritage 2
- Finnish 2
- Polish American musicians. 2
- Religious life 2
- Accountants. 1
- Belarusian Americans 1
- Botany -- Study and teaching 1
- Byelorussian 1
- Chernobyl Nuclear Accident, Chornobylʹ, Ukraine, 1986 1
- Choral societies -- Michigan -- Detroit. 1
- Choral societies. 1
- College teachers 1
- Composers. 1
- Cooking -- Juvenile fiction 1 ∧ less
- Russian 1
- Berardinelli, Nicola, b. 1892. 1
- Berlisg, John, 1882-1945. 1
- Bohdan, Andrii. 1
- Bryn, Oksana 1
- Clevelandi Eesti organisatsioonid (Estonian organizations in Cleveland ) 1
- Davis, Lionel B. 1
- De Russo, Rocco 1
- Eesti Helikunsti Keskus (Estonian Music Association) 1
- Hakala, Joyce 1
- Jaskolski, Alexandra J., b. 1918. 1
- Karvonen, Paul E. 1
- Lesins, Knuts 1
- Lymarenko, P. 1
- Mandre, Jüri 1
- Meikup, August 1
- Morabito, Gregorio. 1
- Nurczynski, Walter, 1893?-1962. 1
- Order Sons of Italy in America. Massachusetts Grand Lodge. 1
- Rolik, Andrew. 1
- Rypka, Zdenka, 1894-1975. 1 ∧ less