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Aili Bell papers
Two copies of the play "Misiska" by Aili R. Bell in Finnish and in English (translated by Richard A. Impola). The play, depicting the immigration and remigration of a Finnish woman, is set in Rock Springs, WyomingY in 1908 and in Savo, Finland in the 1930s.
Amerikan Uutiset records
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.
Carl Ross papers
Eva Helen Erickson papers
Collection consists of materials (drafts of chapters, correspondence) pertaining to the publication of "The Rosa Lemberg Story" by Eva Erickson in 1993 (Tyomies Society, Superior, Wisconsin). Included is also an album of photographs from a Finnish American Labor Sports Union Training Campheld in Loon Lake, Michigan in 1929. Research notes, drafts of book chapters, correspondence, photographs, typescripts of literary texts.
Frank Stohl papers
Hilda Simons papers
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?).
Karin Tuomi papers
Papers (1950-1976) of Karin Tuomi, an author, include poetry; a manuscript of her novel, "Pelli ja Perhe Siirtolaisena"; and personal papers. Tuomi lives in Palo Alto, California.
Maria Mathilda Kotiranta collection
Eight volumes of handwritten poetry, in four folders. Some entries written in Seattle, Washington.
Markham (Minnesota) Sewing Society records
Two accounting ledgers of the Markham Sewing Society. Markham is located in northeastern Minnesota, Saint Louis County, about 40 miles north of Duluth.
Miriam M. Moon papers
Papers (1908-1976) of Miriam M. Moon, an actress, consist of correspondence; newspaper clippings; and photographs relating to her theatrical career.
Naisyhdistys Pyrkija (Brooklyn, New York) records
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.).
Northern States Cooperative Guilds and Clubs (Superior, Wisconsin) records
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.
Rora Strom papers
Papers (n.d.) of Rora Strom consist of poems and a letter.
Safira (Oksanen) Kallio papers
Safira (Oksanen) Kallio was born in Finland on April 12, 1894 and emigrated to the United States in 1913. She served as a local correspondent from Owen, Wisconsin for the Finnish American newspaper "Minnesotan Uutiset" (later, "Amerikan Uutiset"). Much of her poetry was published in the newspaper.
Sirkka Tuomi Holm papers
Collection consists of transcripts of four oral histories conducted by Sirkka Tuomi Holm with Anna Zellinger, Helga Wirta, Helmi Tusa, and Senja Jarvis, all in Baltimore, Maryland. Included are also photographs and five cassette tapes containing the recorded interviews. The histories describe life in Finland before emigration, accounts of the journey across the Atlantic and resettlement in the eastern states of the U.S.
Sofia Salmi papers
Papers (n.d.) of Sofia Salmi consist of a notebook containing poetry and drawings.
Sonja Weed papers
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.
Terttu Katka papers
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.
Tuulikki Paananen papers
Velma Doby papers
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.
Women’s Co-operative Guild (Virginia, Minnesota) records
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.
- Finnish 7
- Women 6
- Finnish American authors. 4
- Women poets. 4
- Finnish American poets. 3
- Actors. 2
- Finnish American women 2
- Finnish Americans 2
- Women authors. 2
- Accounting 1
- Bell, Aili R. 1
- Biography 1
- Blacks -- Finland -- Biography 1
- Camps 1
- Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.) 1
- Cooperative societies -- Minnesota -- Virginia. 1
- Cooperative societies -- Wisconsin -- Superior. 1
- Correspondence. 1
- Family life 1
- Finnish American newspapers. 1 + ∧ less
- Finnish 9
- Multiple languages 8
- English 6
- Doby, Velma M. 1
- Erickson, Eva Helen 1
- FinnFest USA 1
- Kallio, Safira Oksanen, 1894-1982 1
- Katka, Terttu. 1
- Lemberg, Rosa 1
- Mattson, Helmi Dagmar, 1890-1974 1
- Minnesota Finnish-American Historical Society. 1
- Minnesota Genealogical Society. Finnish Genealogy Section. 1
- Moon, Miriam M. 1
- Naisyhdistys Pyrkija (Brooklyn, N.Y.). 1
- Northern States Cooperative Guilds and Clubs (Superior, Wis.). 1
- Paananen, Tuulikki. 1
- Ross, Carl, 1913- 1
- Salmi, Sofia. 1
- Simons, Hilda. 1
- Stohl, Frank. 1
- Strom, Rora. 1
- Tuomi, Karin. 1
- Virginia, Minnesota Women's Coop Guild. 1 + ∧ less