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Papers (1956-1974) of Rose Grieco consist of a typescript of her comedy "Anthony on Overtime," and several published articles on Italians and Italian American themes, as well as clippings about her.
Materials pertaining to Rosemary De Nicolo's activities in her local OSIA Lodge, incl. correspondence, newsclippings and photographs.
Papers (1926-1938) of Roy Crescenzo consist of an affadavit and a copy of protest against Italy's treatment of the Jews. Crescenzo lived in Duluth, Minnesota, where he was a member of Duluth Local Lodge Principe Ereditario Umberto II No. 992, Order Sons of Italy in America.
Sheet music, photos, theater programs, critics, descriptions, male quartet, biographies
Materials pertaining to Rudolf Hamar's activities in the Estonian Philatelic Society, Estonian Cultural Society, Estonian Educational Society, the student fraternity Rotalia; and also to his career in banking, stock trade, and to his other business endeavors. Included is also Rudolf Hamar's poetry.
Personal and professional papers of Rudolph J. Vecoli pertain significantly to the American Italian Historical Association. Also included are filed on ethnic organization, institutions and conference. Mainly in English. Also contains files pertaining to Vecoli's involvement in the American Italian Historical Association (AIHA) and the AIHA Stella Del Nord Chapter. Also includes material related to preparation of the Harvard Encyclopaedia of American Ethnic Groups.
Photographs, pamphlets, bulletins, diplomas, presentations, essay, newspaper clippings.
Leida Rutar (nee Käppa) personal documents, letters to Leida and Rutar Mägi, documents related to Arne Mägi, prints, event programs, magazines, bulletins, special envelopes, collected newspaper clippings and funeral sheets, notes of Estonian songs, prints from boy-scout events.
Safira (Oksanen) Kallio was born in Finland on April 12, 1894 and emigrated to the United States in 1913. She served as a local correspondent from Owen, Wisconsin for the Finnish American newspaper "Minnesotan Uutiset" (later, "Amerikan Uutiset"). Much of her poetry was published in the newspaper.
Personal correspondence, photographs, playscripts, speeches, newspaper clippings.
Papers (1960-1972) of Sami K. Hamarneh, historian of Islamic medicine at the Smithsonian Institute (Washington, D.C.) include correspondence and professional papers.
Minutes, lists, correspondence, accounting documents, programs, brochures, newspaper clippings
Select Committee to Investigate the Incorporation of the Baltic States into the USSR (Kersten Committee) records
Correspondence, reports, lists.
Author, collection consists of various newspaper and other publications pertaining to Estonia 1949-1998 or Selve Maas
Papers (1950-1961) of Serhij Krascheninnikow (1895- ), a zoologist, consist of published articles on zoology, and his article about Mykola Zerov, a Ukrainian poet and literary editor.
Papers (1943-1981) of Yermolenko include correspondence, minutes, financial records of the Ukrainian Cultural and Arts Club of Minnesota; records of the Commemorative Committee for the Famine in Ukraine; material pertaining to the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America -- Minnesota Branch; and records, including photographs, of the Ukrains'ke Zaporizhske Kozatstvo (Ukrainian Free Cossacks), whose headquarters were in Europe (1941-1945) and Chicago (1960-1975).
Records (1919-1938) of the Sherit Jacob Israel Synagogue (Cleveland, Ohio) consist of financial records, minute book, membership lists, and miscellany. Included are membership lists and minutes of the Sharith Jacob Congregation Sisterhood, organized in 1932.
Newsletters, event programs, pamphlets and flyers, clippings of articles from journals regarding Ukraine.
Personal documents, certificates, letters of recommendation passports, diplomas and translations, transcripts, doctorial dissertation.
Born in Tallinn, higher education in Germany, emigrated to Australia 1949 where he received his mining degree Univ. adelaide. Business man director, chairman
Collection consists of transcripts of four oral histories conducted by Sirkka Tuomi Holm with Anna Zellinger, Helga Wirta, Helmi Tusa, and Senja Jarvis, all in Baltimore, Maryland. Included are also photographs and five cassette tapes containing the recorded interviews. The histories describe life in Finland before emigration, accounts of the journey across the Atlantic and resettlement in the eastern states of the U.S.
Materials documenting the history of Sokol South Omaha, includes photocopied newspaper articles, letters, autobiographical sketches, photographs, posters, pamphlets and other miscellaneous items. Divided into 12 volumes or series: 1) Brown Park Neighborhood 2) Merchants 3) Sokol Hall 4) Newspaper Articles 5) Lodges 6) Schools 7) Family Stories 8) Bands and Orchestras 9) Sports 10) Churches 11) Other Czech Neighborhoods 12) Miscellaneous
Papers of Sonja Weed consist of her biography "Across the Sea" written by her daughter Jenny Weed (1983) and hand-written manuscripts of the book written by Sonja Weed herself. Also two photographs and a photocopy of a newspaper article.
The publication collection (n.d.) of Sopron School of Forestry students and staff at the University of British Columbia, Canada, consists of reprints of forestry articles; newspaper clippings; and letters.
Records (1883-1974) of St. John Cantius Catholic Church (Wilno, Minn.) include baptism, marriage, and death registers, parish committee minutes, financial records, photographs, and newspaper clippings. Also included are the research notes of parish historian Rose Parulski.
Collection consists of oversized ledgers containing membership and financial records fo the parish and the men's and women's lodges affiliated with the parish, photographs of religious events (Easter liturgy).