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Studied medicine - WWII intervened; in army medical corps; prisoner of war in France. Settled in Canada 1950-2001, graduated from data control courses; very active in the Estonian diaspora to keep questions of USSR occupation alive in the West; leader of many organizations. Collection consists of clippings, speeches, correspondence, programs, minutes, memos and telegrams (copies).
Biographical materials, correspondence, architectural drawings.
Obituary, hand-written song book, scrap book.
Records (1908-1911) of the Redgranite Finnish Socialist Club consist of a minute book along with a two-page manuscript titled "Brief History of the Finn Hall, Redgranite, Wisconsin."
Regina and Roy D'Ariano were Italian American authors who came to the United States in 1912. Papers (1938-1970) consist of manuscripts of three short stories and books written by the D'Arianos. They include "La Piccola Cantatrice"; "David and Ruth"; and "The Princess Under Seven Veils".
Collection contains biographical information about Reinhold and Aino Nomman, active members of New York and New Jersey Estonian society. Three folders contain obituaries, minutes of the board meetings at Estonian Archives in Lakewood.
Biograafiline informatsioon Reinhold ja Aino Nomman kohta, aktiivsed New Yorgi ja New Jersey eestlaskonnas. Kolm kausta sisaldavad eluloo kirjeldust, leinalehti, Eesti Arhiivi juhatuse koosolekute protokolle.
Collection consists of two scrapbooks compiled by Rev. Cieslewicz containing newspaper clippings, letters, handwritten notes, event flyers, reports, drafts of sermons and other materials documenting the history of St. John the Baptist Church in Virginia, Minnesota and the life of the Roman Catholic parish. Also included is the "1965 Financial Report of St. John the Baptist Church, Virginia, Minnesota."
Collection consists of newspaper clippings, prayer materials, correspondence, records of church services, notes and resource files for sermons, audio tapes (mostly religious and classical music) and church bulletins (Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Detroit).
Papers (ca. 1925-1966) of the Rev. Evert E. Torkko (b. 1901), a Finnish American clergyman, consist of family records, correspondence, birth, baptismal and marriage records, and church bulletins.
Papers (1910-1969), of the Rev. Kenneth Dexter Miller (1887-1968) consist of correspondence; drafts, reviews and advertisements of his articles and books; memorabilia; personal journals; photographs; scrapbooks; and a stamp collection.
Papers (1950-1962) of the Rev. M. N. Westerback, a Finnish American clergyman and author from Clearwater, Florida, consist of correspondence and writings.
Published and unpublished materials and resource files dealing mainly with religion and ethnicity, predominantly pertaininig to the Lithuanian and Lithuanian American cultural heritage. Included are manuscripts and typecripts of W. Wolkovich' articles, newspaper clippings, research notes and resource files on various immigrant groups in the United States.
Obituary, newspaper clippings, photos, correspondence.
Organizational records including correspondence, minutes, reports, financial reports, class lessons, faculty rosters, program brochures, newspaper clippings, photographs, and educational materials.
Papers (1912-1965) of Italian American lawyer Robert Ferrari (b. 1886) include correspondence; drafts of his autobiography; articles on law; and other works and miscellaneous maps, tourist brochures, and travel guides pertaining to Italy and the United States. Autobiography available also on microfilm.
Materials pertaining to the immigrants from the German-speaking regions of Bohemia, particularly the southwestern border region of the Boehmerwald - Sumava Mountains.
Photocopies of published materials pertaining to the Italians in Milwaukee, pamphlets by the local Italian organizations, newspaper clippings, draft of a research paper by RT - Their Absence fills the World, included are also photographs. A significant portion of the materials pertain to the Monferrini immigrants and their descendants (from the Monferrato region of Piedmont, Alessandria Province, Italy).
Oral histories of 23 Slovak Americans in Philadelphia conducted by Robert Zecker as part of research for his University of Pennsylvania Ph.D. dissertation and subsequent book, a study of the Slovak immigrant community in Philadelphia. Included are tapes as well as digitized versions of the recordings, and also consent forms.
Collection consists of autobiography, plays, poetry, music, flyers, newspaper clippings, and publications.
Correspondence, newspaper clippings.
Papers include correspondence, newspaper clippings (many pertaining to Sadowski's daughter), financial documents, and photographs. Also included are notes on ancestry, issues of medical society bulletins, and bulletins of Polish American organizations.
Papers (1950- ) of Roman Volodomyr Kuchar (1920- ), a professor in the Language Department at Kansas State College, consist mainly of newspaper articles about him in the Denver (Colorado) University paper and The State College Leader of Kansas State College.
Records (1906-1975) of the Romanian Orthodox Episcopate of America, which is under the jurisdiction of the Russian Orthodox Church of North America, contain minutes; reports; programs of congresses; press releases; and sample documents. Included are also circular letters.
Family history documentation pertaining to Francesco (1900-1980) and Giovanna (1906-1988) Foti. Includes genealogical charts, photographs, correspondence, newspaper clippings, personal documents and narrative by Romilda Foti.News clippings and a commemmorative publication pertaining to the translatlantic flight of the Italian aviator Italo Balbo in 1933. Included are also copies of selected Italian American periodicals (post-9/11/01) issues, and sheet music.