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The Amerikan Uutiset collection (n.d.) consists of manuscripts and typescripts, in Finnish, of published articles by Terttu Katka, George Latvala, Matti Kantola, Paavo A. Kairanen, and Elina Beck.
Papers (1908-1969) of Angela Mischke (b. 1905), a Polish American, consist of an autobiography.
Excerpt from memoir "Anna's Story", concerning experiences in Augsburg, Germany, Displaced Persons camp, covering the period of Summer 1945 - Fall 1949.
Papers consist of an account of family life in Velkrop, Austria-Hungary (later in Czechoslovakia, now in Slovakia), in the late 1800s. Guzy discusses agriculture, the role of the churches, marriage customs, housing, folk medicine, foods, clothing, funerals, holidays, and child care.
Papers consist of correspondence, clippings, and event programs relating to Tomashevsky's career.
Papers (1981-1984) of Grace Darin, a journalist and author, consist of family histories, including "The Darin Family: A Century Chronicle"; "The Darin Family: A Supplement"; "The Rileys of Iron Belt: A Family Memoir"; and "The Darin Family: Looking Toward the Future - A New Generation".
Papers of Helen Z. Papanikolas include off-prints, photocopied book chapters and articles, and journal issues containing writings by Papanikolas. Subjects include Greek Americans, Greeks and other immigrants in Utah, and Utah local history (particularly mining companies) along with Papanikolas's own experiences.
Papers (1876-1950) of Hilda Simons consists of a typed manuscript (photocopy) autobiography dealing with her family's history in Finland and Brule, Wisconsin. Includes a photograph of Hilda Kauppinen Ronkainen Simons (1980s?).
Immigrant of Distinction Award (American Immigration Lawyers' Association - AILA) Oral History collection
The video interviews were conducted and recorded with the recipients of the "Immigrant of Distinction" award by the American Immigration Lawyers' Association's Minnesota/Dakotas Chapter. The narratives document the immigrant experiences of the award recipients. Included are digital files containing the video and audio recordings, also transcripts for selected oral histories. Please see the descriptions of individual files for more details.
Records (1920-1991) of the International Institute of Toledo consist mainly of case files, which contain such documents as correspondence, legal documents, visa petitions, applications for naturalization or change of residence status, photographs, copies of birth certificates, letters of reference, etc. Also included are various other files, including correspondence, refugee applications, and affidavits.
Autobiography of Irene Koprowska, "A Woman Wanders Through Life and Science."
Papers of M. Margaret Anderson consist of manuscripts and typescripts of her poem, short stories, noveles, and essays; news clippings; photocopies of her parents emigration records from Sweden; her report cards from grade and high school as well as university records; her university BA and MA certificates. Included are also photographs and a collection of autographed books.
Papers of Marion Bergman, a Czech American author, consists of a literary manuscript (1975) of her book, "America's Slavic Legacy".
The Popvich papers (2 linear ft., ca. 1930-1990) consist of correspondence, official documents of various organizations, photographs, periodical clippings, posters and memorabilia related to Ukraine and the Ukrainian American community.
Records (1923-1972) of the Naisyhdistys Pyrkija, Brooklyn, New York, are largely made up of minutes. Also included are two printed pamphlets giving the history of the organization until 1953 and a copy of Suomen Saveltajia Kudentoista Vuosisadan Ajalta (Suho Ranta, ed.).
Records (1930-1969) of the Northern States Cooperative Guilds and Clubs, Superior, Wis. include scrapbooks; notebooks relating to publications; receipt ledgers; financial records; newsletters; minutes; membership lists; correspondence; and by-laws.
Papers (1973-1983) of Italian American author Octavia Capuzzi Waldo Locke (b. 1929) consist of two published stories written by her, a typescript, galley proofs of her first novel A Cup of the Sun (written under the name Octavia Waldo; photocopies of newspaper and magazine articles, and a copy of a literary journal containing her short story, "The Collection".
Convention summary minutes, correspondence, general laws, ritual book, price list for regalia, buttons and booklets. Included are also copies of American Medical Relief Digest (1945) and Council for American-Italian Affairs report (1946).
This collection consists of organizational administrative records documenting over 80 years of existence of the Minneapolis-based Polish American women's club.
In an oral interview, Sophie Kosciolowski (ca. 1903- ) discusses her experiences as an immigrant in 1914, her work as a child in a meat packing plant, membership in the United Packinghouse, Food and Allied Workers Union, and work as an employee and labor organizer at Armour and Co. Dried Beef Packing Department.
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.
Papers (1960-1973) of William (or Wasyl) J. Perepeluk (1900- ) consist of programs, announcement, a film handbook, and other materials pertaining to Ukrainian community activities in Dauphin, Manitoba. Included are materials pertaining to St. Vladimir Ukrainian Institute, Ukrainian Canadian Veteran's Association, Ukrainian Women's Association of Canada, programs of the Ukrainian Festival (Dauphin, Manitoba), and miscellany.
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.
- Women 7
- Women authors. 5
- Correspondence. 2
- Genealogy. 2
- Polish 2
- Social life and customs 2
- Ukrainian American women -- Societies and clubs. 2
- Ukrainian Americans -- Societies, etc. 2
- Ukrainians -- Canada -- History. 2
- Ukrainians -- Canada -- Societies, etc. 2
- Women poets. 2
- African American 1
- Businessmen -- Manitoba. 1
- Camps 1
- Carpatho Rusin 1
- Charities -- Ohio -- Toledo 1
- Child labor 1
- Child labor -- Illinois -- Chicago. 1
- Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.) 1
- Community leadership -- Manitoba. 1 ∧ less
- Finnish 2
- Ukrainian 2
- Greek, Modern (1453-) 1
- Polish 1
- American Council of Polish Cultural Clubs 1
- Anderson, M. Margaret. 1
- Bergman, Marion. 1
- Darin, Grace. 1
- Doby, Velma M. 1
- FinnFest USA 1
- Granovsky, Alexander A. 1
- Guzy, Anne 1
- International Institute of Toledo 1
- Kuropas, Mykola 1
- Locke, Octavia Capuzzi Waldo, 1929- 1
- Mantis, Mary. 1
- Mattson, Helmi Dagmar, 1890-1974 1
- Minnesota Finnish-American Historical Society. 1
- Minnesota Genealogical Society. Finnish Genealogy Section. 1
- Mischke, Angela, 1905- 1
- Naisyhdistys Pyrkija (Brooklyn, N.Y.). 1
- Northern States Cooperative Guilds and Clubs (Superior, Wis.). 1
- Order Sons of Italy in America 1
- Organization for the Rebirth of Ukraine. 1 ∧ less