Showing Collections: 271 - 300 of 1909
Typescript memoir TRAVELS OF A LUMBERJACK by Carl J. Jackson, 37 pp. Includes descriptions of logging camps and operations in northern Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota, also in Idaho and Montana.
Papers (1970-1974) of Carl Marzani consist of photocpies of manuscript prologue and seven chapters from his autobiography; photocopied manuscript of his essay "Watergate and American Neo-Fascism"; and two pamphlets written by him entitled "Withdraw! From an Indochina War That Dishonors Our Country and Threatens Nuclear Disaster" and "The Threat of American Neo-Fascism".
Papers consist of correspondence, photographs, and other documents, including material received from members of the International Brigade during the Spanish Civil War (1936-39).
Papers consist of a mirofilm copy of Tresca's autobiography, original at New York Public Library. Autobiography forms part of Tresca Memorial Papers, New York Public Library, Manuscript Division.
Miscellaneous letters regarding the newspaper "Corriere del Popolo" and Italian American labor activity. Included are four photocopied letters from Egidio Clemente to Luigi Antonini (1958-1962).
Transcripts of four oral histories conducted with Italian Americans in Rhode Island.
Memoir ("A Finnish Family in Retrospect") of Carol Niemi Green describing a Finnish American family's life in northern Minnesota.
Files pertaining to the "Reunion of Sisters" Finnish American studies conference held in Minneapolis in 1984.
Papers (n.d.) of Cedric Roivanen (b. 1942) consist of a family history and genealogy.
One photograph depicting a theatre group of the Centralville Rebekah Lodge No. 137 in Lowell, Massachusetts, in costumes for the play IMMIGRANT PARTY, directed by Vina Prentiss, November 9, 1922.
Collection includes correspondence pertaining to the symposium and the publication of proceedings. Th bulk of the materials consists of copies of each of the conference papers, including those not published in the 1991 volume.
Papers (1863-1964) of portrait photographer and journalist Cesare Morganti consist mainly of newspaper clippings on Italian, Italo-American, and American topics. Also included are correpsondence, photographs, and materials relating to Denver, Colorado, where Morganti worked.
Collection (1874-1930) of the CSPS, Lodge No.12, Saint Paul, Minn. consists of published and typescript plays performed by the organization in the first decades of the 20th century.
Papers (1937-1970) of Charles Anzalone (1888-1959), an Italian American immigrant in rural Louisiana, include biographical information; correspondence; and newspaper clippings pertaining to his political career; materials pertaining to legislation; and a seminar paper by John V. Baiamonte, Jr. Anzalone was a leader in the strawberry industry and was active in Louisiana politics.
Collection (1941-1987) of Charles Benvegar consists of materials pertaining to Benvegar's life; newspaper clippings, poetry, and miscellaneous newsletters relating to Order Sons of Italy in America Luigi Scialdone Lodge No. 2221 (Baltimore, Maryland.); "A Footnote to American History," detailing Benvegar's work as a government employee during and after World War II; "The Cultural Revolution in 1962" and "Maryland in Poetry"; and "An Interview Fantastic with Edgar Allen Poe."
Papers (n.d.) of Charles H. Vyskocil contain a manuscript essay on Czechs in Kewaunee, Wisconsin; a series of articles from the farming magazine "Hospodar" (The Farmer) on Czechs in Manitowoc County, Wisconsin; and translations of these writings by Vyskocil.
Diplomat. Newspaper clippings, documents, diplomas, biographical data, personal info, correspondence, memoirs
Constitution, member list, reports, letters, programs, newspaper clippings
Files of translated articles from the Chicago Foreign Language Press Survey, organized by topic, include education, mores, social and economic organization, politics, and war. Included are materials from the following ethnic groups in Chicago, Illinois: Albanian, Bohemian, Chinese, Croatian, Danish, Dutch, Filipino, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Jewish, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovene, Spanish, Swedish, and Ukrainian.
Collection consists of one ledger containing meeting minutes.
Postcards, posters, and other documentation related to emigration from Europe to the United States.
Papers of Jaremko consist of oral history transcripts of interviews of fifteen Latvian former Displaced Persons. Included also are interviews of three non-Latvian former DPs.
Materials (1935) pertaining to the Christopher Columbus Society of Calumet, Michigan, include a poster memorializing club members who died between 1923 and 1935, and miscellaneous organizational applications of the Italian American Federation of the Upper Peninsula.
- Collecting Area: Immigration History Research Center Archives X
- Estonian 214
- Displaced persons 124
- Community life 80
- Religious life 64
- Political activity 52
- Italian Americans -- Societies, etc. 47
- Finnish 42
- Education 37
- Latvian 34
- College teachers 32
- Exile 32
- Family life 32
- Ukrainian 32
- Fraternal organizations 31
- Italian 30
- Music 26
- Cultural heritage 25
- Refugees 25
- Women 25
- Social life and customs 24 + ∧ less
- Multiple languages 818
- English 752
- Estonian 170
- Ukrainian 134
- Finnish 93
- Italian 39
- Latvian 35
- Russian 31
- Polish 22
- Hungarian 20
- Slovenian 20
- German 16
- Czech 12
- Greek, Modern (1453-) 8
- Slovak 8
- English 5
- Belarusian 5
- Croatian 5
- Arabic 4
- Latin 4 + ∧ less
- American Latvian Association in the United States 3
- American Council of Polish Cultural Clubs 2
- Central Co-operative Wholesale (U.S.) 2
- FinnFest USA 2
- Gracza, Rezso (Ralph) 2
- Granovsky, Alexander A. 2
- Mattson, Helmi Dagmar, 1890-1974 2
- United Committee of South-Slavic Americans 2
- "Lado" Ensemble / Novak, Lou 1
- ACEN (Organization) 1
- Aamunkoitto Temperance Society, Brooklyn, NY 1
- Abbate, Paolo S., 1884-1973 1
- Abele, Arnold 1
- Ablonczy, Pal 1
- Adler, Selig, 1909- 1
- Ahlbeck, Karl, 1881-1954 1
- Ahmed, Frank 1
- Aho, Edward 1
- Aho, John 1
- Aho, John E. 1 + ∧ less