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Papers (ca. 1927-1988) of Amerigo A. De Martinis consist of a biographical sketch; two photographs of him; a certificate of Stella della Solidarieta Italian; a certificate of recognition from the OSIA New Jersey Grand Lodge; and photographs of the North Italy Social Club, mortgage burning, and the Men of Malvern, as well as miscellaneous newspaper clippings.
Pamphlets, flyers, event programs and announcements pertaining to the Ukrainian American activities in the Twin Cities of Minnesota.
Papers ( 1914-1975) of Anatol Julian Kurdydyk (1905- ) consist of newspaper clippings on Ukrainian community activities in Canada, and a document titled "An Act to incorporate the Ruthenian Greek Catholic Parishes and Missions in the Province of Manitoba."
A professor of Ukrainian history, social studies, and linguistics, Andreas Bondarenko (1890-1977) came to the United States via Buenos Aires in 1960 and lived in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Papers include correspondence, class notes, documents, photographs, and miscellany.
Obituary, correspondence with politicians and dignitaries including Gamal Abdel Nasser, President of the United Arab Republic, and Konrad Adenauer, the chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany. Programs for Estonian events in New York during 1930-1936.
Biographical documents, certificates, correspondence.
Papers (1919-1975) of Rev. Andrew Rolik consist of his typescripts, poetry, various church publications (including jubilee programs from Evangelical Lutheran churches in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, and Muskegon, Michigan), and sheet music.
Papers (1963-1969) of Andrii Bohdan consist of flyers and programs pertaining to cultural events in the Philadelphia, Pa. Ukrainian community. Included are lists of recordings, a flyer of the Americans to Free Captive Nations, Inc., Ukrainian Division; and a program for the Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus 50th anniversay tour.
Papers (1964-1967) of Andrzej Wolodkowicz (1928- ) consist of correspondence, questionnaires, and newspaper clippings which were used in compilation of his book, Polish Contributions to Arts and Sciences in Canada (1969).
Papers (ca. 1930-1976) of Angela Bambace (1898-1975) include correspondence; speeches; newspaper clippings; photographs; and publications. Bambace was a labor organizer and vice-president of the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union.
Papers (1904-1987) of Angelo DeLuca (b. 1904), an Italian American poet from Phillipsburg, N.J., consist of articles; correspondence; legal documents; sheet music; drafts; illustrations; greeting cards; clippings;family financial records; and samples of DeLuca's poetry.
Papers (1923-1962) of Angelo Viani (1893-1974) include records of the the Mountaineer Building and Loan Association (Fairmont, W.Va.), OSIA materials including ritual books, photographs, membership applications, incorporation papers of the OSIA West Virginia Grand Lodge (1923), and officers' regalia.
Collection consists of handwritten autobiography manuscript, as well as family photographs and documents, and photocopied excerpts from magazine and newspaper articles.
Personal memoir of displaced persons camp experience.
Papers (1914-1975) of Anna (Barzyk) Procanin include business and personal correspondence, photographs, and newspaper clippings.
Six notebooks about the history of Estonian village Vaskjala, photos, clippings.
Papers (ca. 1921-1973) of Lithuanian American poet Antanas Juozas Jokubaitis (1887-19- ) include correspondence; newspaper clippings; and one of his works. Jokubaitis used the pseudonymn Anthony J. Jacobsen.
Papers (1896-1975) of Anthony Capraro (1891-1975), an Italian American labor organizer, contain correspondence; photographs; and articles.
Collection (1952-1977) includes Columbus Day and testimonial dinner programs of Order Sons of Italy in America, Pennsylvania District 12 (Fayette County), Supreme Lodge General Laws (1947), a copy of "Congresso Eucaristico," the bulletin of the Trivento Diocese in Italy, a scrapbook of newsclippings, loose newspaper clippings, and photographs pertaining to OSIA District 12.
Anthony Nurczynski was a community leader in Boston's Polish cultural life, particularly as an organizer and director of its musical groups. He arranged music for the Shep Nolan Band and Krakowiaki, who played live on the "Echoes of Poland" radio hour. Papers consist primarily of published and mimeographed sheet music.
Anthony Toro lived in Hartford, Conn. and held the office of Order Sons of Italy in America Supreme Trustee (1957-1959, 1961-1965). Collection (1943-1978) consists of lists of officers, grand convention information, the booklet of the 1950 state convention, materials on grand lodge activities, and correspondence.
Papers (1911-1963) of Anton Nemanich, an early Slovene immigrant, include minutes, correspondence, and photographs. Nemanich was once president of the Grand Carniolian Slovenian Catholic Union (KSKJ). Selected items from the collection have been digitized and are available in the University of Minnesota's U Media Archive and on the Digitizing Immigrant Letters project website (see "Digital material" below).
Papers (1939-1965) of Antonino Crivello (1888-1969), an Italian American labor organizer and poet, comprise correspondence; drafts of his poetry; and some published material. Correspondence relates largely to the I.L.G.W.U., in which Crivello was a director of Local 144 in Newark, New Jersey and a representative for Local 25 in New York.
Manuscripts, correspondence, personal correspondence, poetry translations, newspaper clippings.
Records (1981-1983) of the Arba Sicula Society, a Sicilian American cultural organization, consist of correspondence; publications; newspaper clippings; and miscellany.
Organizational files and correspondence, records of donations, membership cards, accounting documents, program brochures and fliers, includes some print (books, newsletters, notecards).
Arno Raag (1904-1985) studied law at Tartu University in Estonia. Later worked as journalist with the "Postimees" newspaper in Estonia. After leaving Estonia at the end of World War II (1944), he was involved in publishing the "Eesti Rada" periodical in the Augsburg Displaced Persons camp in Germany. In 1949, he immigrated to the United States. Author of several books - poetry, biography, novels.
- Estonian 128
- Displaced persons 84
- Religious life 35
- Community life 34
- Political activity 31
- Italian Americans -- Societies, etc. 29
- Latvian 20
- College teachers 18
- Finnish 18
- Exile 15
- Education 14
- Fraternal organizations 14
- Italian 14
- Women 14
- Ethnic press 13
- Arts 11
- Cultural heritage 11
- Italian American newspapers. 11
- Ukrainian 11
- Youth 11 + ∧ less
- Russian 22
- Ukrainian 6
- Arabic 1
- English 1
- Hebrew 1
- ACEN (Organization) 2
- American Latvian Association in the United States 2
- Alliance Publishing Company (Chicago, Ill.). 1
- Alliance of Poles in America (Cleveland, Ohio). 1
- American Baltic Freedom Committee 1
- American Committee for Italian War Relief (Saint Paul, Minn.). 1
- American Committee for Resettlement of Polish Displaced Persons. 1
- American Committee on Italian Migration. Chicago Chapter (Ill.). 1
- American Fund for Czechoslovak Refugees (New York, N.Y.) 1
- American Polish Civil War Centennial Commission. 1
- American Relief Administration’s European Children’s fund 1
- American Relief for Poland. District 33. 1
- American Slovak Society of Lackawanna and Susquehanna Counties 1
- Andic, Vojtech E. (Vojtech Ervin) 1
- Ansara, James. 1
- Antonini, , Luigi, 1883-1968 1
- Anzalone, , Charles, 1888-1959 1
- Arba Sicula, Inc. 1
- Argoe, , Kostis Tamias, 1899-1982 1
- Armenian Cultural Organization of Minnesota 1 + ∧ less