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Papers (1977-1980) of Finnish American composer A.L. Klemi (1874-1924) consist of the sheet music for three piano and vocal compositions.
This collection consists of both published and unpublished materials pertaining predominantly to the history of Finnish American communities, but also includes the history of various ethnic groups, immigration history, and agricultural history; materials are all related to A.W. Hoglund's teaching career and personal life and include personal and work related correspondence, family records, papers and research.
Records (1887-1901) of the Aamunkoitto Temperance Society (Brooklyn, New York) include membership lists and minutes.
Manuscripts, correspondence, speeches, brochures, programs, clippings collected or created by Aarand Roos, a linguist (PhD in FinnoUgri Languages) diplomat (10 years consul N.Y., N.Y. - right hand for consul Ernst Jaakson), speaker of many languages, writer - fiction and non-fiction (10 major works, numerous articles). Maaja Tobias Duesberg - his wife.
Correspondence, newspaper clippings and copies of newsletters containing articles about artists and writers collected and/or written by Aario Marist (1905-1991), an actor, theater teacher and director, active in Estonia, France and Canada (Montreal).
Artist/Author Correspondence, manuscripts, drawings, caricatures, translations Pol-Eng, newspaper clippings
Photocopied typescript of memoir entitled "Journey to the City: An Immigrant's Experience" by Abraham Ratner, and edited by Marc Ratner. Jewish immigrant family from Ukraine.
Papers (1930-1935) of Adam Kattainen, a Finnish American temperance advocate, consist of poems and speeches. Also included are minutes (1942-1943) of the Alango-Field (Minn.) Red Cross.
Papers (1920-1965) of Adam Podkrivacky, a former president of the First Catholic Slovak Union, consist of personal and organizational papers. The official documents of the FCSU constitute the bulk of the collection, including financial records, membership lists, and photographs.
Personal documentation, passports, certificates from displaced persons camps in Germany, materials pertaining to Estonian American cultural activities in New York.
Professor of law and history. Collection consists of correspondence, essays, bulletins, educational materials and manuscripts of articles.
Correspondence, event program brochures and fliers, newspaper clippings, bulletins, materials pertaining to philately, the Estonian American Citizens Association and other Estonian American organizations.
Copies of FBI files regarding the Italian American anarchist newspaper L'Adunata dei Refrattari, published in New York.
Graphic artist, copperplate printing-pref., wood block printing, painter, engraver, art teacher, illustrator Biographical data, documents, medical reports, correspondence, newspaper and magazine clippings, copies from sketches, slides, lists of graphic art, sketch, catalogs, periodicals, programs, poster, sketch book
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.
Jarvenpa's papers include, among a variety of other documents, manuscript drafts of her translations, correspondence, articles, notes on Finnish Americana, and her journals.
Aime Kangro was affiliated with the Korp! Filiae Patri organization, collection consists of extensive correspondence with various Estonian organizations, no personal information.
Newspaper clippings, song sheet, pennants (war memorials, scouts, church, sports events). Lists of athletes who emigrated from Estonia in 1939-1945. Tourist memorabilia.
Collection contains Finnish folk song books and books on Finnish composers and music, sheet music by Jean Sibelius, Selim Palmgren, Yrjo Kilpinen, and miscellaneous composers, manuscript facsimiles of songs from Musiikin Tiedotuskeskus, folk songs by various composers (e.g. Ilmari Hannikainen, Toivo Kuula, Erkki Melartin, and Aapo Simila), chorals, and sheet music for kantele and piano.
A scrapbook enitled "Social and Cultural Activities by Latvians in Minneapolis." Included are event program flyers, circular letters, newsletters, newspaper clippings and press releases.
Correspondence, documents related to receiving pension from Germany.
Typescript memoir by Aina Teeri Maki Nyman, born in Kurikka, Finland, in 1907. Immigrated to the United States in 1920 to join her father Issac Teerimaki in Ironwood, Michigan.
Collection contains compact disks and records of the music of Heikki Sarmanto, her principal collaborator (on his New Hope Jazz Mass and New England Images, among other works). Also sheet music, music manuscripts and scores, song books, annotated concert programs, and correspondence with a Finnish publisher regarding translation of lyrics.
Papers (1920-1973) of Aino Maki consist of photographs of key figures in the Central Cooperative Exchange (later the Central Cooperative Wholesale) of Superior, Wis., as well as cooperative training classes from the 1920s and 1930s. Also included is an addition to Maki's family history.
Correspondence, newspaper clippings, biographical materials.
Collection contains correspondence from Ella Ilbak (1895-1997) in five folders.
Correspondence, accounting documents, newspaper clippings.
Papers (1952-1980) pertaining to the Ajami family history include letters; newspaper clippings; programs; poetry; and photographs. Much of the material concerns Selma (Bojolad) Ajami, an opera singer, and Jocelyn Ajami, an artist. Correspondence refers to Philip K. Hitti, and correspondents include Ambassador Fletcher Warren.
Aksel Linkhorst's peronal documents and clippings about A. Linkhorst, documents related to Aksel Linkhorst's professional activities, collected manuscripts, printed matter, Karl Ast's documents, Estonian Committee evacuation commission's archive. Reports from people who fled Estonia 1945-1947 with information about the situation in Estonia. Speech texts, documents of Estonian General Consulate in New York.