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Records (1969-1981) of the American Arabic Association, a cultural and charitable organization, consist mainly of program announcements for meetings.
The American Committee for Italian War Relief (St. Paul, Minn.), composed of representatives of Italian American organizations and Catholic churches, was organized to aid war victims in Italy. Records (1943-1948) include minutes; correspondence; articles of incorporation; and newspaper clippings.
Collection consists mostly of case records which comprise the bulk of the material. Included is also a small amount of history, medical, and research files, annual reports, board records, meeting records, language instruction materials, placement reports, employment seminar programs, career information files, administrative files of the Council and its predecessors, correspondence, and lists of the board of directors.
The American Council of Polish Cultural Clubs was founded in 1948 to facilitate communication among Polish cultural clubs and promote understanding of Polish culture in the United States. Records (1949-1982) consist of official convention records and publications of affiliated organizations.
Records consist of organizational correspondence, meeting minutes, annual reports and case files produced by the New York headquarters, and also materials generated by the AFCR field offices both in the United States and in Europe. In addition to the assistance provided to refugees from the former Czechoslovakia, the records include documentation of the AFCR resettlement work with refugees from other parts of the world in the late 1970s and 1980s.
Collection contains bound correspondence pertaining to the local chapters of AHEPA for the period of 1922-1950 (Series 1). Additional organizational records including supreme convention minutes (1929-1980), convention summary minutes (1925-1981), yearbooks (1936-1981), the AHEPAN magazine (1927-1981), lists of officers, and death records were microfilmed. Selected microfilm reels were digitized in 2021 and are available under Subseries 1 of Series 2.
Partial transcript of the American Italian Historical Association Conference (1972, Boston, Massachussetts) relate to the conference topic "Italian American Radicalism: Old World Origins and New World Developments".
Records of the American Italian Historical Association, Stella del Nord Chapter consist of organizational minutes, correspondence, and financial materials as well as photographs and oral history tapes gathered by the group to document the history of Italian Americans in Minnesota.
Records (1948-1974) of the American Latvian Association (Washington, D.C.) include correspondence; organizational records; records of local branches; and publications of the Association.
Collection consists of correspondence, meeting minutes, materials related to the annual congresses of the organization, newsletters, bulletins, event programs and announcements, correspondence with other Latvian organizations, photographs, and newspaper clippings.
The American Polish Civil War Centennial Commission was established to stimulate research into, and public awareness of, Polish participation in the American Civil War. It was affiliated with the Polish American Historical Society. Records consist of correspondence; press releases; and publications of the Commission.
Collection consists of organizational correspondence, financial records, event programs and news clippings. Included are also photographs related to the Society's activities, members or guest speakers.
Records of the organization's Western District consist of a photocopied scrapbook containing clippings and printed ephemera documenting Sokol and Czech American community activities in Nebraska, Iowa, and Minnesota.
Files of the law suit State of Israel vs. John (Ivan) Demjanjuk, filed at the Jerusalem District Court, 1987-1988.
Papers (1923-1935) of Americo Susi, an Italian-American laborer from Introdacqua, A'quila, Italy, consist of his membership booklets for "Club Introdacquese" (Youngstown, Ohio) and "Societa Italiana di M.S. Generale Gustave Fara" (Sharpsville, Pennsylvania).
Papers (ca. 1927-1988) of Amerigo A. De Martinis consist of a biographical sketch; two photographs of him; a certificate of Stella della Solidarieta Italian; a certificate of recognition from the OSIA New Jersey Grand Lodge; and photographs of the North Italy Social Club, mortgage burning, and the Men of Malvern, as well as miscellaneous newspaper clippings.
Materials documenting the activities of the Finnish American band, based in Northfield, Minnesota, and directed by Paul Niemisto, Professor of Music at St. Olaf College, during the first ten years of its existence. Included are research notes, correspondence, newspaper clippings and other publicity materials.
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.
Pamphlets, flyers, event programs and announcements pertaining to the Ukrainian American activities in the Twin Cities of Minnesota.
Papers ( 1914-1975) of Anatol Julian Kurdydyk (1905- ) consist of newspaper clippings on Ukrainian community activities in Canada, and a document titled "An Act to incorporate the Ruthenian Greek Catholic Parishes and Missions in the Province of Manitoba."
Handwritten diaries (29 bound volumes) by first generation Japanese Americans Susumu and Toku Andow of Cleveland, Ohio, covering the period 1940s – 1970s. Included are also six printed volumes (in Japanese).
A professor of Ukrainian history, social studies, and linguistics, Andreas Bondarenko (1890-1977) came to the United States via Buenos Aires in 1960 and lived in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Papers include correspondence, class notes, documents, photographs, and miscellany.
Obituary, correspondence with politicians and dignitaries including Gamal Abdel Nasser, President of the United Arab Republic, and Konrad Adenauer, the chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany. Programs for Estonian events in New York during 1930-1936.
- 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 830
- English 716
- Estonian 167
- Ukrainian 127
- Finnish 86
- Latvian 33
- Russian 29
- Italian 28
- Polish 21
- Slovenian 20
- Hungarian 19
- German 14
- Czech 8
- Greek, Modern (1453-) 8
- Slovak 8
- Croatian 5
- Belarusian 4
- Latin 4
- Arabic 3
- French 3 ∧ 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