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Biography, correspondence, scrapbooks, poetry by Alexander Kõpper, catalogues, newspaper clippings, mother's biography, periodicals, abacus, dreams descriptions booklet. Newspaper "Sirp"
Papers (1904-1978) of Ina (Laukala) Karni of Cook, Minnesota comprise a typescript family history; two ledgers of a local Finnish Day Committee and miscellaneous items.
Correspondence, brochures, bulletins, newspaper clippings.
Family history and autobiographical materials, documentation pertaining to Finnish American history and Finnish American litarture created and collected by the Finnish American writer and translator from Finnish, Ingrid (Inkeri) Waananen Jensen (1915-2003), born in Ely, Minnesota, who grew up on the Iron Range, and died in Roseville, Minnesota.
Personal papers, various passports, licenses.
Records (1938-1969) of the Italian Actors Union (New York, New York), a branch of the Associated Actors and Artistes of America, comprise constitution and by-laws, membership lists, correspondence, scripts, speeches and essays concerning Italian theater in New York, contracts, memoranda, financial records, materials pertaining to the Italian Recreation Center (New York), and, on microfilm only, the minutes of the Executive Council (1939-1963).
Records (1908-1925) of the Italian-American Federation of the Upper Peninsula (Calumet, Mich.) consist of applications and other forms. Also included is a small amount of correspondence; financial records; and photographs. The Federation was a mutual benefit association.
Collection consists of photocopied minutes of the Italian Club in Tampa, Florida for the years 1940-1960.
Records (1928-1969) of the Italian Evangelical Movement (Wisconsin) consist of essays, clippings, correspondence, and programs concerning the Movement and its leaders, Rev. G. Busacca, the first pastor in charge of evangelical work among Italians in Racine, Wisconsin (1914-1920), Rev. A. Germanotta, and Rev. August Giuliani.
Records (1952) of the Italian Flood Relief Committee (St. Paul, Minn.) include correspondence; minutes; and news releases. The Committee was created to raise funds for aid to Po River flood victims and was composed of representatives of St. Paul Italian organizations and Catholic Churches.
Collection consists of tape-recorded oral history interviews of over 150 Italian Americans from Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Interviews cover a broad range of topics including mining a work, business, Italian organizations, women, folklore, farming, and community life. Some of the informants are from Northern Wisconsin (especially Hurley) and southern Ontario, Canada (especially Sault Ste. Marie).
Records (1953-1965) of the Iuliu Maniu American Romanian Relief Foundation, Inc. consist of by-laws; annual reports; and various programs of meetings. The Foundation was a voluntary organization formed to assist Romanians in immigration and resettlement.
Exhibit brochures, event programs and flyers featuring the work of the Ukrainian painter Ivan Kurach in Italy and Germany.
Papers include newspaper clippings, copies of articles and editorials, correspondence, a calendar of correspondence compiled by his wife (Mary Molek), photographs, and a manuscript. Correspondents include George Hribljan.
Papers (ca. 1946-2000) of Ivan Pujo consist of personal documents and correspondence, certificates and diplomas, typescript of his diploma work entitled "Znachennia hroshei narodnomu hospodarstvi" (Significance of money to the national domestic economy), draft of a new constitution for the Carpathian Union, typescript/manuscript articles, newspaper clippings, passports and photographs.
Ivar Ivask's collection consists mainly of the documents, books and magazines collected by Olga Berendsen and the Estonian Archives in the U.S about Ivar Ivask. Correspondence, bulletins, programs, scholarly papers, notes on 8 publications, exhibitions, announcements, biographical info.
The collection contains correspondence; photographs; certificates of graduation, certification, marriage, and death; and licenses. Also correspondence, photographs, a family history, and high school graduation memorabilia of Ingrid Keto, Dr. Niemi's wife.
Ivo F. Lupis-Vukic (b. 1876) was a Croatian who occasionally lived and travelled in Croatian communities in the United States between 1891 and 1930. He was the author of Meda Nasim Narodom u Americi (Among Our People in America). Papers (1912-1957) consist mainly of correspondence; an autobiography; articles (with some translations); and typescripts. Correspondents include Louis Adamic, Pjoder Aranicki and others.
Diplomas, certificates, newspaper clippings, documents, obituary, programs.
Archive consists of Jaan and Veronika Köbler's personal documents and documents of Jaan's brother Jüri and Veronika's father Karl Viia. Personal documents, correspondence, notes, diary, newspaper clippings, funeral photos.
Jakob Hurt was a folklorist, linguist, clergyman, teacher, folk literature collector, journalist, member of the student fraternity "Livonia". Max was son of Jakob Hurt. Collection consists of newspaper clippings, articles and prints about and by Jakob Hurt, 11 ribbons from death wreaths, child's shoes, and a list of books donated to EAU from Maria Waite in 1977.
Papers (ca. 1927-1982) of James M. Ansara consist of personal and professional correspondence, writings and drafts, reports, newspaper clippings and organizational records.
James V. Donnaruma (1874-1953) came to the United States from Italy in 1886 and settled in Boston, Massachusetts. His papers (1897-1962) consist mostly of business files relating to publication of his newspaper, Gazzetta del Massachusetts (later the Post-Gazette). Also included are correspondence with prominent Italian Americans and papers of James's son and successor Caesar L. Donnaruma.
A social worker by profession, Janina Baranska acted for many years for the Polish Theater of Buffalo, New York. Her papers (1920-1975) consist of newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, reminiscences, photographs, and theatrical programs.