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Papers (1915-1937) of Gioacchino Artoni (1866-1937), an Italian American labor organizer, consist primarily of newspaper clippings about him.
Papers (1904-1960) of Girolamo Valenti (1892-1958), an Italian American labor organizer, editor, and anti-fascist, include correspondence and published items, newspaper clippings on fascism, socialism, and WWI, photographs, pamphlets, cartoons and caricatures by Fort Velona, and materials pertaining to Arturo Giovannitti and New York politicians.
Papers (ca. 1933-1961) of Italian American labor leader Giuseppe D. Procopio comprise articles and clippings about his union activities. Procopio was from Calabria, Italy, born ca. 1890. He was active in the Confederazione Italo-Americano del Lavoro, the United Shoe Workers of America, Local 563 Shoe Service Union, President of International Wholesale and Department Store Union, and chairman of America Aid to Calabria after World War II.
Papers (ca. 1927-1973) of Italian American journalist Giuseppe Zappullia (1901- ) consist of his writings in both published and manuscript form. Also included are reviews by other writers of his works, and correspondence with prominent Italians and Italian Americans, and poems by Joseph Zappullia. Correspondents include Nino Caradonna, Arturo Giovannitti, and Joseph Tusiani.
Pamphlets, brochures pertaining to the Christopher Columbus Memorial Association of Chester and Delaware Counties in Pennsylvania, and materials documenting G.G. de Furia's activities in the Lodge XII. Ottobre, No. 486 of the Order Sons of Italy in America, in Chester, Pennsylvania.
Papers (1928-1929) of Grace Billotti Spinelli include a typescript of memoirs (in English); papers and reports relating to the International Institute, including a 1934 report relating to the foreign-born in New Jersey; text of a lecture given by Edward Corsi in 1931; and a scrapbook with clippings on Spinelli, her activities, and the YWCA.
Records (1931-1935) of the Greek Community Council (kinotis) of Marysville, Calif., a local community group, consist of a ledger showing dues, donations, expenditures, and other financial records.
Records (1950-1981) of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of North and South America, Department of Laity, include correspondence; financial records; photographs; press releases; subject files; and print materials. Much of the collection relates to activities of the Greek Orthodox Youth Organization; the Biennial Clergy-Laity Congress; individual parishes; relations with other denominations; and relations with religious and secular social action groups.
Personal documentation, theatre programmes, YMCA club materials.
Collection consists of personal biographical documents (certificates, resumes, passports, DP camp documents), manuscript drafts, typescripts and reprints of scholarly articles produces by G. Must in the field of philology. Included are also photographs.
Materials regarding New York Estonian Male Chorus, included are event programs, member lists, and a song book.
The collection consists of Harald Raudsepp's personal papers, manuscripts and personal correspondence; records of the editorial staff of Estonian monthly "Meie Tee" ("Our Path"), newspaper "Vaba Eesti Sõna" ("Free Estonian Word") and publishing house The Nordic Press; materials related to various Estonian organization in exile. Included is also a variety of printed matter.
Correspondence, newspaper clippings, typescripts of English versions of selected chapters from Hardy Nurmsen’s Estonian-language book "Suestal Laebi Ameerika" (Discovering Americans, published in Tallinn, Estonia, 1938, 402 p.), and a copy of the Estonian edition of the book.
Extensive correspondence, clippings and various pamphlets, event programs. Bulletins and other memorabilia of immigration.
24 folders with sermons by Rev. Harry Nuudi.
Few personal documents, archive is mostly related to Heikki Leesment's public work, primarily with the activities of Estonian American National Committee and Joint Baltic American committee. H. Leesment's correspondence, speech and radio performance texts, documents related Heikki Leesment's participation in other national actions, associations and events. Printed matter, books, magazines, newspaper clippings etc.
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.
Newspapers, copies of military maps, correspondence letters, book of poetry.
Estonian American Community leader in San Francisco their representative to Estonian American Council served on its board of Directors San Francisco church community president Printed matter 1925-1990: Estonian periodicals from DP camps in Germany; Estonian periodicals from Canada and USA; booklets of Estonian Folk Festivals (ESTO); the Mayor of the City and County of San Francisco A.Agnos´s proclamation of Baltic Independence Weekend in San Francisco (September 7-8, 1991) etc.
Archive consists of random documents about Heino Kalda, the documents are mainly about Lakewood Estonian Officers Council and New York Male Choir, the archive also includes medals of honor and badges, minutes, circular letters, correspondence, memoirs (mostly about Estonian military school), manuscripts, bulletin „Leelo“, sheet music, Endrik Tamm's biograpy, fraternity "Ugala"
Heino Susi (1925 - 1987) (pseudonym: Erik Virbsoo; Heino S. Hunt) writer, biochemist. Collection consists of newspaper clippings, personal documentation, obituary, manuscripts, speeches, scholarly works, diplomas and song books.
Articles and manuscripts by Taremäe, correspondence, documents regarding his work at Estonian Archives in US, Association for Advancement of Baltic Studies, Alumni Association of Tallinn Secondary School of Science, Estonian World Council. Various printed matter and newspaper clippings.
Personal documents, correspondence, notes, poems, subject files pertaining to Estonian Americans.
Sheet music by Helen Tobias-Dusberg, conductor, pianist and composer, and one folder of sheet music by Rudof Tobias.
Papers (1937-1966) of Helana (Ogrodowska) Bristol (b. 1896), an author and former teacher of English at the Philadelphia High School for Girls, include her manuscript and published writings. She wrote the long narrative poem Let the Blackbird Sing and the reminiscence, After Thirty Years: Poland Revisited.
Diary, travel documents, correspondence, personal congratulatory cards.