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Drafts for a book-length publication by Albert Tezla entitled "The Hazardous Quest: Hungarian Immigrants in the United States, 1895-1920." Materials are primary documents (letters, newspaper articles, official records) translated from Hungarian to English. Also included is correspondence, research notes and copies of sources pertaining to Hungarian Americans.
Papers include material for Stefan's memoirs, correspondence, family and other photographs, information on Carpatho-Ukraine, drafts for articles and books, newspaper clippings, maps, and several framed awards.
Records (1892-1970) of the Baross Gabor Social and Sick Benefit Society, St. Paul, Minn., comprise ledgers containing meeting minutes; financial records; and membership lists. Also included are textbooks published in Hungary and used in Barossi Hungarian American School.
The First Hungarian Day (Fairmont, W.Va.) was an annual event held by a group of Hungarian Americans. Records (1939-1960) include minutes of meetings; texts of addresses; lists of names; and translations of newspaper articles.
Papers (1922) of Gaspar Papp consist of two Hungarian passports, one for Papp and one for his wife, Lidia (Kato) Papp. Also included is a notebook of Hungarian songs about life in America.
The Hungarian scrapbook consists of newspaper clippings from Hungarian American newspapers, including U. J. Elore. Clippings pertain to socialist and communist activities. Also included are poetry and pictures.
Records of Hungarian Evangelical Reformed Conventus Archives (Budapest, Hungary) consist of correspondence, reports, registers, and publications relating to Hungarian Evangelical Reformed Churches in the United States and Canada.
Records (1890-1944) of the Hungarian Reformed Church (Cleveland, Ohio), a Protestant denomination, include baptism records; financial records; and minute books.
The Hungarians in Elk River, Minnesota Collection consists of letters (1868, 1928-1935, 1947-1948) accumulated by Betty Berlanger.
Papers (n.d.) of Julianna Puskas, a Hungarian college professor, consist of typescripts of her writings. Articles pertain largely to histories of Hungarians and Hungarian American organizations. Also included are lists of Hungarian American newspapers, organizations, churches, and other Hungarian American groups.
Papers (1917-1968) of Egri Lajos (1888-1967) consist of his early plays; poetry; an autobiographical sketch; correspondence; miscellany; and an interview with his widow by Joseph Kovacs. The plays had originally been sent to the Petofi Literary Museum of Budapest, Hungary.
Records (1920-1922) of the Los Angelsi Magyar Munkas Mukedvelo Kor (Los Angeles, California) consist of minutes of the organization and its subsidiary, Los Angelsi Munkas Datarada (1921-1922). The name of the group loosely translates as "Los Angeles Hungarian Workers Circle."
Autobiography (1963) of Pal Ablonczy, a Hungarian immigrant active in labor organizatons during the 1920s and 1930s. 317 handwritten pages. Collection available also on microfilm.
Papers (1952-1975) of Pal V. Nyiregyhazy (1888-1973) include personal correspondence; newspaper clippings; photographs; and collections of Hungarian poems, including original unpublished verse of György Hornik.
Materials concerning Hungarian Americans, included is a typed bibliography of scholarship on Hungarian-related subjects published in North America.
Records (1961-1965) of the Petofi Club, Inc. (Detroit, Mich.) consist of a ledger of minutes. The club was a Hungarian American social and cultural organization founded in 1961.
Records (1968-1976) of the United Hungarian Fund (Egyesult Magyar Alap) consist of corresondence; pamphlets; and other publicity material.
Records (1924-1942) of the Workingmen's Sick Benevolent and Educational Federation (I.W.O. Hungarian Section, Branch 116), Avenel, N.J., a labor-oriented Hungarian American society, consist of minutes and financial records.
- Hungarian 2
- Hungarian Americans -- Societies, etc. 2
- Journalists. 2
- Church records and registers -- Hungary. 1
- Church records and registers -- Ohio -- Cleveland. 1
- Communists. 1
- Cultural heritage 1
- Displaced persons 1
- Ethnic press 1
- Ethnic relations 1
- Ethnic theater. 1
- Friendly societies -- Minnesota -- Saint Paul 1
- Friendly societies -- New Jersey -- Avenel. 1
- Hungarian American Communists. 1
- Hungarian American dramatists. 1
- Hungarian American newspapers. 1
- Hungarian American theater. 1
- Hungarian Americans 1
- Hungarian Americans -- California -- Los Angeles -- Societies, etc. 1
- Hungarian Americans -- Michigan -- Detroit -- Societies, etc. 1 + ∧ less
- English 4
- Ukrainian 1
- Ablonczy, Pal 1
- Baross Gabor Social and Sick Benefit Society (Saint Paul, Minn.). 1
- Egri, Lajos, 1888-1967 1
- Egyesult Magyar Alap. 1
- Erdelyi, Istvan 1
- First Hungarian Day (Fairmont, W.Va.). 1
- Gracza, Rezso (Ralph) 1
- Hungarian Evangelical Reformed Conventus Archives (Budapest, Hungary). 1
- Hungarian Reformed Church in America (Cleveland, Ohio). 1
- Hungarians in Elk River, Minnesota, Collection. 1
- Los Angelsi Magyar Munkas Mukedvelo Kor (Los Angeles, Calif.) 1
- Nyiregyhazy, Pal V., 1888-1973 1
- Papp, Gaspar. 1
- Petofi Club, Inc (Detroit, Michigan) 1
- Puskas, Julianna. 1
- Tezla, Albert. 1
- Workingmen's Sick Benevolent and Educational Federation (I.W.O. Hungarian Section, Branch 116) (Avenel, N.J.). 1 + ∧ less