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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.
Collection consists of personal papers, certificates, documents, personal correspondence, documents of various Estonian diaspora organizations, included are also photographs and manuscripts of Anderson's memoirs and speeches.
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 (ca. 1930-1976) of Angela Bambace (1898-1975) include correspondence; speeches; newspaper clippings; photographs; and publications. Bambace was a labor organizer and vice-president of the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union.
Papers (1908-1969) of Angela Mischke (b. 1905), a Polish American, consist of an autobiography.
Collection consists of handwritten autobiography manuscript, as well as family photographs and documents, and photocopied excerpts from magazine and newspaper articles.
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.
Collection is organized chronologically into 14 folders (albums) consisting of reports, declarations, correspondence, lists, informational sheets, newspaper clippings, photos, programs, brochures, invitations, and magazines.
Constitutions, circular letter, minutes, annual reports, correspondence, accounting documents, brochures, newspaper clippings.
Papers consist of correspondence, clippings, and event programs relating to Tomashevsky's career.
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.
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 (1937-1966) of Helana (Ogrodowska) Bristol (b. 1896), an author and former teacher of English at the Philadelphia High School for Girls, include her manuscript and published writings. She wrote the long narrative poem Let the Blackbird Sing and the reminiscence, After Thirty Years: Poland Revisited.
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.
International Ladies Garment Workers' Union, Local 48, Italian Cloak, Suit and Skirt Makers' Union records
Records (1920-1965) of the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, Local 48, Italian Cloak, Suit and Skirt Makers' Union (New York) consist of minutes of the Executive Board.
Autobiography of Irene Koprowska, "A Woman Wanders Through Life and Science."
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.
Constitution documents, minutes, member lists, correspondence, accounting documents, questionnaires.
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.
Collection consists of materials (correspondence, reports, articles, conference brochures, etc.) pertaining to the Ukrainian National Women's League of America (UNWLA) - Branch 72; the Women's National Republican Club, Inc.; and the New York Metropolitan Committee Commemorating the Milenium of Chrsitianity in Ukraine. Included are also photographs.
Eight volumes of handwritten poetry, in four folders. Some entries written in Seattle, Washington.
Papers (1930s-1960s) of author-illustrator Marie Hall Ets (b. 1895) consist of stories told to Mrs. Ets by Rosa Cassettari, as well as research notes and manuscript drafts forming the basis of Mrs. Ets' book, Rosa, The Life of an Italian Immigrant (Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, 1970).
- Women 25
- Women authors. 10
- Finnish 7
- Estonian 5
- Women poets. 5
- Finnish American authors. 4
- Carpatho Rusin 3
- Displaced persons 3
- Education 3
- Finnish American poets. 3
- Order Sons of Italy in America 3
- Polish 3
- Political activity 3
- Youth 3
- Actors. 2
- Community life 2
- Correspondence. 2
- Family life 2
- Finnish American women 2
- Finnish Americans 2 ∧ less
- Multiple languages 26
- English 25
- Finnish 9
- Ukrainian 3
- Estonian 2
- American Council of Polish Cultural Clubs 1
- American Relief Administration’s European Children’s fund 1
- Anderson, M. Margaret. 1
- Andic, Vojtech E. (Vojtech Ervin) 1
- Bambace, Angela , 1898-1975 1
- Bergman, Marion. 1
- Bristol, Helena O., 1896 1
- Darin, Grace. 1
- De Nicolo, Rosemary 1
- Doby, Velma M. 1
- Eesti Naisliit (Federated Estonian Women's Clubs) 1
- Eesti Naisüliõpilaste Selts USAs (Estonian Women Students' Society in USA) 1
- Erickson, Eva Helen 1
- Ets, Marie Hall, 1895-1984 1
- FinnFest USA 1
- Granovsky, Alexander A. 1
- Grieco, Rose. 1
- Guzy, Anne 1
- International Institute of Toledo 1
- International Ladies Garment Workers' Union Local 48, Italian Cloak, Suit and Skirt Makers' Union (New York, N.Y.). 1 ∧ less