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Diplomas, certificates, obituary, honorary addresses, Dallas Texas Estonian Society bulletins, event programs, articles, biographical data, congratulatory citations.
Personal papers; manuscripts of memoiristic books an plays; notes about Estonian refugee ships in 1940´s; notebooks; correspondence; newspaper clippings and photocopies of articles; 9 audio tapes of interviews with Estonians who sailed to USA on refugee ships in 1940´s [?]; prinet matter, incl. "Erma mersõit"="The Cuise of the Erma" by V. Veedam (Augsburg-Haochfeld 1947) The collection was arranged in 1997 by Mercia Braun-David
Collection consists of personal documents, correspondence, newspaper clippings and photographs.
Correspondence, newsletters and bulletins pertaining to the Shevchenko Scientific Society and the Ukrainian Free University.
Papers (1952-1964), of Walfrid J. Jokinen (1915-1970) consist of biographical material; correspondence, mainly regarding Jokinen's translation of Hans R. Wasastjerna's Minnesotan Suomalisten Historia and resulting disputes; a manuscript, "The Finns in Minnesota: A Social History"; and research reports and miscellany.
Papers consist of correspondence, newspaper clippings, sheet music (mostly of songs sung by Valeria), radio scripts, and financial reports of the Polish War Relief Committee of Boston (ca. 1944). Also included are correspondence and photographs of Alexandra J. Jaskolski and papers of Karol Jaskolski.
Papers (1970) of Walter M. Drzewieniecki, an emeritus professor of history at SUNY-Buffalo, consist of correspondence; newspaper clippings; and programs documenting his career and Polish American activities in Buffalo.
Collection consists of autobiographical and biographical materials, correspondence, research papers and notes, conference presentations, reprints of published articles. Included are also numerous albums of photographs from the 1930's to 1990s.
The Wanda and Eugene Rosiak papers consist of materials pertaining to their activities in the Polish Falcons of America and Polonia.
Collection consists mainly of materials pertaining to the Ukrainian Polytechnic Institute in Munich, Germany. Included are also maps of Ukraine and the western Carpathian region, corespondence and items documenting Ukrainian American life.
Papers (1920-1925) of Wasyl Proch include an affidavit for an American visa from the United States consulate in Prague; an affidavit of support from the Merchants National Bank (St. Paul, Minn.); a Ukrainian passports; and photograph postcards.
Wayne Harkness has served the Order Sons of Italy Northwest Grand Lodge as Grand Recording Secretary (1983-1987). The Lodge includes Idaho, Washington, and portions of Oregon. It was founded in 1929. Collection includes Northwest Grand Convention minutes (1930-1987) and scattered Grand Council minutes (1932-1954).
Records (1930-1961) of the West Side Democratic and Civic Club (South Bend, Indiana), a Polish American organization, consist of minutes of regular monthly and annual meetings.
Papers (1949-1976) of Victor Kielkowski (b. 1896) consist of correspondence; biographical materials; personal papers; and writings.
Papers consist of sheet music, letters, scrapbooks, and photographs.
Records (1904-1962) of the Work People's College (Tyovaen Opisto), Duluth, Minnesota, contain correspondence, financial records, stock certificates, student club minutes, student rosters, and lists of and photocopies of proletarian plays. The College was founded to serve the educational needs of Finnish American Socialists and later, members of the Industrial Workers of the World. It was dissolved in 1952.
Records (1915-1975) of the Worker's Publishing Company (Duluth, Minnesota), publisher of the Finnish language newspaper "Industrialisti," contain correspondence, financial records, and office files. Also included are items relating to the Work People's College (Duluth, Minnesota) and the Finnish American Athletic Club.
World-wide Estonian central council. Collection consists of ledgers, minutes, correspondence, various documentation about Estonians in the United States, membership records.
Papers (1929-1958) of Yaroslav Chyz (1894-1958), an authority on American nationality groups and the history of immigration, particularly of Ukrainians, consist of correspondence; newspaper clippings; reports; photographs; and writings. Included is a taped interview with Edward R. Murrow.
Collection consists of research notes on Eastern European immigrants, lecture and course notes, and documents concerning Hungarian, Slovak, and Greek Catholic immigrants.
Italian American publications, including directories of Italian health care providers, and a catalague of an Italian bookstore in New York City.
Papers contain correspondence, reports, news clippings, and press releases relating to his consular activities; also minutes, annual reports, news releases, and newsletter drafts relating to the founding and early years of the Finlandia Foundation. Papers also reflect philanthropic projects of the Paloheimos, their participation in social and organizational activities in Southern California, and personal records and correspondence with family members in the United States and Finland.
The Yugoslav (Slovenian) Radio Hour (Milwaukee, Wis.) collection (ca. 1942-1953) consists of scripts used for radio programs.
Zapadni Cesko-Bratrska Jednota (ZCBJ), Lodge Boleslav Jablonsky No. 219, Poplar Grove Township, Roseau County, Minnesota records
Collection consists of a minute book of the lodge covering the period of 1914-1960. Included are also photocopies of photographs of the building, and a copy of the National Register of Historic Places nomination for which it is recently being considered.