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Papers (1963-1972) of Ferdinando D. Maurino, a professor of Italian at the University of Tennessee, include several of his articles on Italian and Italian American writers.
Papers of Ferencz (Frank) Lazar (b. 1877), a Hungarian immigrant and resident of St. Paul, Minnesota, include letters; naturalization documents; photographs; a military pass; membership documents for the Hungarian Aid Association of America; and religious miscellany.
Selected items from the collection have been digitized and are available in the University of Minnesota's U Media Archive and on the Digitizing Immigrant Letters project website (see "Digital material" below).
The material includes correspondence, newsletters, minutes, photographs, and various other documents, roughly organized chronologically within the various collections of papers.
Meeting minutes, membership registers, correspondence, records of deaths, marriages and confirmations, financial ledgers, committee records. Included are also records of several Finnish American organizations in Milwaukee such as the Milwaukee Finnish Progressive Society, and Finnish Relief Committee.
Collection consists of Finnish movie posters, building signs, cartoons, and miscellany.
Finnish Sick and Accident and Benefit Association of Menessen, Pennsylvania and Monongahela Valley records
Records (1927-1929) of the Finnish Sick and Accident and Benefit Association of Menessen, Pennsylvania and Monongahela Valley consist of the organization's constitution, and a letter from the pastor of the Finnish Evangelical Lutheran Church (Hibbing, Minnesota).
By-laws, meeting minutes, correspondence, records of confirmations, membership records of the Finnish Valley Lutheran Church of California, established in 1964 and dissolved in 1998.
Records, in Finnish and English, of the Hibbing Finnish Workers' Club (Minn.) consist of minutes (1962-1974) and a ledger of accounts (1935-1972).
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.
Records (1891-1940) of the First Italian Presbyterian Church (Chicago, Illinois) consist of minutes of the sessions.
Papers (1919-1962) of Italian American socialist Fort Velon (1893-1965) contain correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, articles, cartoons and published items. Velona's work appeared in La Parola del Popolo (Chicago), Nuovo Mundo, and La Stampa Libera. The bulk of the collection consists of originals of caricatures and cartoons dealing with domestic and international labor and politics. Issues of and clippings from La Parola del Popolo are also included.
Papers consist of his typescript poems, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and his published works. Among them is his "L'Anima Allo Specchio"; "liriche" (1964).
Papers (1950-1977) of the Rev. Francis C. Turmezei, a Hungarian American priest, consist of writings; personal papers; poetry; a box of Hungarian picture postcard records; film of Hungary; and two cans of Hungarian soil. Turmezei taught education at the College of St. Thomas (St. Paul, Minn.).
Papers of Rev. Msgr. Francis Juras consist of an autobiographical scrapbook of newspaper clippings, photographs, certificates, and correspondence. Much of the material is photocopied.
Collection (1933-1968) of Francis X. Giaccone consists of personal papers and materials pertaining to the Order Sons of Italy in America. Personal papers consist of published articles by Giaccone, newspaper clippings,and correspondence. Order Sons of Italy in America material consists of testimonial dinner information (1948, 1968) honoring Giaccone, a souvenir booklet from the New York Grand Convention (1950), and some New York Grand Lodge correspondence (1944-1952).
Frank Klune was president of the Slovenska Narodna Podporna Jednota Lodge No. 110 (Chisholm, Minnesota). Papers consist of related correspondence, minutes and other records.
Papers (1926-1955) of Frank Zaffiro consist of a release document from the Fredericton Internment Camp (Canada), and Order Sons of Italy in America materials including an Ontario convention booklet, OSIA Trieste No. 1002 letter re the death of Queen Margherita, an inauguration booklet of the Roma Lodge, and a photograph of the Ontario Grand Convention (1926).
Papers (1927-1972) of Fred A. Ossanna, an Italian American lawyer active in various Italian American organizations, consist largely of material pertaining to UNICO, a social and civic organization, and to the National Italian American Civic League. Photographs are included.
Pamphlets, biographical data, newspaper clippings, correspondence, copies of manuscripts, programs, certificates, copy of Peeter Kraav's NKVD (KGB) file from the National Archives of Estonia, book.
Correspondence, memoir written by Fred Limberg, research papers, and biographical materials.
Papers consist of letters, postcards, and clippings sent to "L'Adunata" by Italians in the U.S., Italy, South America and elsewhere. Also included are files on several leftist newspapers, most published in Italy.
Collection consists of research materials compiled by Professor Mormino during his research of the Italian Americans, particularly the Italian immigrant community surrounding the Saint Ambrose on the Hill Church in St. Louis, Missouri.
Papers (1874-1907) of Massachusetts state representative George A. Scignliano (1874-1906) consist of photocopies of newspaper clippings concerning activities of this Italian American political leader in Boston, Massacchusetts.
Papers of Bachur consist of photographs, program booklets pertaining to social events in the Detroit, Michigan, Ukrainian community, and miscellany. Included are his free translation of Ivan Franko's two essays on religious views and Bachur's essay on the Ukrainian poet Taras Shevchenko.
- Estonian 128
- Displaced persons 84
- Religious life 35
- Community life 34
- Political activity 31
- Italian Americans -- Societies, etc. 29
- Latvian 20
- College teachers 18
- Finnish 18
- Exile 15
- Education 14
- Fraternal organizations 14
- Italian 14
- Women 14
- Ethnic press 13
- Arts 11
- Cultural heritage 11
- Italian American newspapers. 11
- Ukrainian 11
- Youth 11 + ∧ less
- Russian 22
- Ukrainian 6
- Arabic 1
- English 1
- Hebrew 1
- ACEN (Organization) 2
- American Latvian Association in the United States 2
- Alliance Publishing Company (Chicago, Ill.). 1
- Alliance of Poles in America (Cleveland, Ohio). 1
- American Baltic Freedom Committee 1
- American Committee for Italian War Relief (Saint Paul, Minn.). 1
- American Committee for Resettlement of Polish Displaced Persons. 1
- American Committee on Italian Migration. Chicago Chapter (Ill.). 1
- American Fund for Czechoslovak Refugees (New York, N.Y.) 1
- American Polish Civil War Centennial Commission. 1
- American Relief Administration’s European Children’s fund 1
- American Relief for Poland. District 33. 1
- American Slovak Society of Lackawanna and Susquehanna Counties 1
- Andic, Vojtech E. (Vojtech Ervin) 1
- Ansara, James. 1
- Antonini, , Luigi, 1883-1968 1
- Anzalone, , Charles, 1888-1959 1
- Arba Sicula, Inc. 1
- Argoe, , Kostis Tamias, 1899-1982 1
- Armenian Cultural Organization of Minnesota 1 + ∧ less