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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.
Collection consists of a list (not complete) in alphabetical order of 1299 "Finnish boys" with biographical information. Compiled in 1996.
The St. Louis County, Minn., rural schools collection (1935-1940) consists of agricultural extension information and publications.
Records (1930-1961) of St. Paul's Finnish Evangelical Lutheran Church, Alango-Field, Minn. consist of membership lists, financial records, minutes of the church council meetings, minutes of the parish Lutheran Fellowship Society, and miscellany.
Records (1915-1918) of the Star of Hope Temperance Society (Toivon Tahti Raittiusseura), Duluth, Minn., consist of a minute book. Officers were Antti Mannisto, Evert Torkko, Adolf Lundquist, and Kalle Ruuttila.
Records (1901-1954) of the Virginia, Minnesota, Suomi-Synod Evangelical Lutheran Congregation consist of baptism; confirmation; marriage and funeral registers as well as financial records.
Papers (1950s-1990s) of Terttu Katka include photocopies, newspaper clippings, manuscripts and typescripts of over 340 poems, more than 45 articles, columns, short stories and novellas published in the US and the novel "Myllynevan Marjaana" published in Finland.
The Torma-Silvola family papers (ca. 1901-1979) consist largely of scrap-books; photographs; and organizational materials from various Finnish American groups.
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.
Collection consists of five ledgers and notebooks containing handwritten finacial and membership records of the organization.
Papers (1947-1970) of Tynne Rautio consist of a scrapbook of newspaper clippings documenting activities and events in the Finnish community.
Papers (1925) of Tyyne Virtanen, a student at Suomi College, consist of a notebook of poetry.
Correspondence, reports, and publicity materials of the organization.
Records (1893-1968) of the Valontuote Temperance Society, Virginia, Minn., consist of by-laws; constitutions; correspondence; membershipo books; and minutes. The Nuori Suomi Temperance Society was merged with the Valontuote Temperance Society in 1905.
Papers of Velma (Hakkila) Doby (1923-2019) consist of materials on Finnish Americans and Finnish American life. Included are newspaper clippings concerning Finnish American scholars and also articles written by e.g. Michael Karni and Carl Ross; clippings concerning Finntowns, notorious Finnish Americans and Finnish Americans in general. Collection contains Velma Doby's thesis including her English translation of an autobiography by the Finnish American poet Helmi Mattson.
Records (1937-1954) of the Vermillion Range Cooperative Park Association (Ely, Minn.) consist of correspondence; financial records; and minutes of the society. The Association was incorporated in 1932 for the purpose of providing a park with buildings and picnic facilities for the recreational use of its members. The Association was disbanded in 1955 and the park parceled up and sold.
Records (1917-1934) of the Waasa Threshing and Milling Company, Waasa Township, Minn., consist of minutes.
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.
Financial records (1909) of the Walon Lahde Temperance Society of Eveleth, Minnesota.
Records (1930-1937) of the Waukegan Co-operative Trading Company (Waukegan, Ill.) consist of correspondence concerning the activities of cooperatives and general information on their work.
Papers (1947-1962) of William Heikkila (1906-1960) consist of legal files relating to his deportation case, and newspaper clippings about the case.
Papers (1954-1967) of William Lahtinen, a political activist, consist of testimony and transcripts from his deportation trial.
William Matsen's manuscript (1985) consists of a typescript of the Matsen family history entitled "And the Last Shall Be First."
Records (1952-1975) of the Virginia, Minnesota Women's Co-op Guild include two scrapbooks of the organization's activities and of the Virginia area people and events, many of them Finnish related. Also included is a dues and membership notebook and a file of correspondnece concerning the summer camp program sponsored by the organization.
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.