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Records (1896-ca.1969) of St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church (Rankin, Pennsylvania), one of the oldest and largest Croatian parishes in the United States, include minutes; financial records; membership lists (l9l7, l927); anniversary booklets from other Croatian Catholic churches in the United States (1940s,1960s); miscellany; personal items of the Rev. Bosiljko Bekavac (1900-1950s); and correspondence re the Rev. V. Luburich (1956-1957).
Records (1884-1908) of St. Stephen's Roman Catholic Church consist of marriage, baptism, and death records.
Records (1893-1957) of St. Vitus Church (Cleveland, Ohio) comprise baptism, confirmation, communion, marriage, and death registers.
Augustyn's papers consist of correspondence, essays, newspaper clippings, postcards, and miscellany. Materials pertain to the National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa, Holy Cross Parish (Maspeth, NY), World War II and Poland, Polish relief, and New York City's Northside neighborhood.
Papers (1930- ) of Stanley Michael Brya (b. 1887) comprise correspondence; a scrapbook; and newspaper clippings of articles he wrote about the achievements of his countrymen.
Newspaper clippings and reports on the developments in Poland and in the United States Polonia, some written by Stanley Nowak.
Papers (1919-1983, bulk 1919-1963), consist of correspondence, photographs, school records, news clippings, reports, typescript memoir, and published materials documenting Mickritz’s career as a nurse, especially her service with the Polish Grey Samaritans. The majority of materials are bound in two scrapbooks, individual documents are encased in plastic sleeves.
Papers (1958-1972) of Stephan Golash include correspondence with the Society of Veterans of Ukrainian Insurgent Army, Komitet Hromadskoi dii za Patriiarkhat UKTserkvy, the Ukrainian Student Organization of Michnovsky (TUSM), the Committee for the Defense of Soviet Political Prisoners, and the Research Society for Ukrainian Terminology. Also included are materials pertaining to Ukrainian community activities in the United States.
Collection consists of newspaper clippings, magazine articles, publications, playbills, program announcements, photographs, business cards, correspondence and speeches.
Papers (1940- ) of Stephen Kuropas (1900- ) include correspondence, and programs for Ukrainian American cultural events. Also included are materials pertaining to his travels in Ukraine and Poland and to the Shevchenko Freedom Award.
Newspaper and magazine clippings, event programs, organizational correspondence and other materials documenting various Czech American and Czech American-related activities, in Minnesota as well as nation-wide.
One ledger (95 pages) containing handwritten meeting minutes of the organization for the years 1911-1915 in the Rusin dialect. Included is also a translation into English by John Gera from 1995.
Collection consists of meeting agendas and minutes, executive committee elections records, correspondence, membership records, event announcements and program brochures, materials documenting publication activities of SVU, organizing of confereneces and world congresses.
Records of the Temple of the Heights (Cleveland, Ohio) consist of a minute book from July, 1891 through May, 1920.
Papers (1956) of Teresa Esposito include clippings and brochures pertaining to the Cassino Orphanage (Italy) and to a cruise to Italy; photographs of the Cassino Orphanage dedication, and OSIA members on the cruise; a button and ribbon, and stamps.
Documents, diplomas, certificates, biographical bata, correspondence, manuscripts, scholarly work, newspaper clippings, drawings, fez
Papers consist of correspondence, manuscripts of scholarly work, postcards, newspaper clippings, and printed matter.
The archive is compiled by Tiia McGovern, who is also the donor. The archive does not have any documents concerning Tiia McGovern. Consists of: papers of Hartvig Reinvalla and his wife Ellen Hildegard Luht Reinvalla, correspondence, personal documents (include certificates from DP camps), lists of persons in DP camps Haunstetten, Linz/Donau in Austria. Also lists of survivors of sunken steamships "Moero" and "Nordstern" in 1944, newspaper clippings about Estonia.
The papers (1918-2004) of Tometaro Kitagawa (1876-1962), a Japanese born American businessman, consist of 44 diaries (some diaries contain loose items -- 1920, 1939, 1949, 1950, 1958), transcripts of the diaries, two photographs, and a catalog from the store Kitagawa owned and operated in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The diary transcripts were created by his descendants starting in the late 1980s, and completed in the early 2000s. The majority of the collection in English, with some Japanese.
Personal documents, diplomas from New York University (School of Medicine), correspondence, programs, University of Tartu (School of Medicine) curriculum, Esto '80 postcards, Sorority Filiae Patriae lists of members.
Records (1863-1922) of the Trieste State Archives consist of consular reports, correspondence, emigration statistics, statistics on return migration, shipping information, records of epidemics and diseases, and information on transportation to and conditions in countries to which Austro-Hungarians emigrated. Correspondence includes letters to officials of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and information pertaining to the Canadian-Pacific Railway and to the Hamburg American Line.
The records include articles of incorporation; constitutions; registers of ministerial acts; membership rosters; parish council minutes; treasurers' reports; minutes and reports of clubs, guilds, and Sunday Schools; Sunday bulletins; and annual reports.
Records of the Ukrainian Engineers' Society of America, Inc., Minnesota Branch consist of the organization's constitution, correspondence, minutes, financial reports, membership lists, certificates and programs of events.
Records (1934-1953) of the Ukrainian Folk Ballet of the Twin Cities consist of three scrapbooks containing the constitution, programs, newpaper clippings, and photographs. All items from the three scrapbooks in the collection have been digitized and are available in the University of Minnesota's U Media Archive. A video featuring items from the collection is also available in U Media Archive (see "Digital materials" below.)
Constitutions, minutes, correspondence, member lists, accounting documents, prints.
Meeting minutes, organizational correspondence, financial records, newspaper clippings.
Papers (1927-1960) of Umberto Lucarini (1892-1965), an Italian American who organized the Madera (California) Consumers Cooperative, comprise records of the Cooperative; pamphlets and bulletins written by Lucarini; personal correspondence; travel diaries; miscellany; and clippings about Albert Einstein. The records of the Cooperative reflect internal dissension within the organization.