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Collection consists of 8 biographical essays written by University of Minnesota students about their family members or community elders. Included are life stories of refugees from East Africa and Southeast Asia. Also of a native of Wisconsin.
Constitutions, rules of procedures, minutes, circular letters, correspondence, brochures, bulletins.
Correspondence, programs, greeting cards, newspaper clippings of the organization based in Los Angeles, California..
Papers (1967-1977) of Mario Manzardo consist of articles on the Pullman, Roseland, and Kensington neighborhoods of Chicago, Illinois (ca. 1920s and 1930s); articles on labor history (ca. 1890-1930s); book reviews; ephemera from labor, political, and community activities in Chicago (ca. 1960s-1970s). Many articles are typescripts; clippings are mainly from the South End Reporter (Chicago, Illinois) and Hyde Park Herald.
Collection consists of one folder of materials documenting Mary Skotzko's (Marussia Kissel Skotzko) involvement and activities in the Ukrainian American community life in Connecticut, New York and Washington, D.C., particularly music and religious programs.
Collection consists of four original photographs depicting Slovenian community organizations in Rock Springs, Wyoming. Brief annotations provide context and some identification for photographs.
The collection consists of PTA scrapbooks and class pictures from Merritt Elementary School.
Minute books, mission and procedure of the society, lists, correspondence.
Constitution, minute books, correspondence, and guest books.
Constitutions, meeting agendas and minutes, correspondence, reports, accounting documents, programs, membership records, newsletters and bulletins.
The collection consists of the records of the Morgan Park School PTA.
The collection contains one scrapbook of clippings, constitution and by-laws, membership list, snap shots of programs. Events include picnics, parties and refurbishment of the playground and club building.
The collection contains two PTA scrpbooks which include photographs, ephemera, and written materials related to Munger Elementary School in Duluth, Minnesota.
Constitution, rules of procedure, minutes, member lists, correspondence, circulations, newspaper clippings.
The collection contains President Homer A. Massie's 1948 annual meeting address; Policies and Programs agenda, April 1948; "Report On North Shore Trip" by Minnesota Department of Business Research and Development Commissioner J. W. Clark; Minneapolis Star editorials concerning airports on North Shore, August 5 and 6, 1948.
Collection consists of correspondence and financial records of the congregation, church services programs, event brochures and pamphlets.
The collection consists of minutes, script and typed copy, from July 26, 1909–December 24, 1931; a brief history of the Observation Community Club; its constitution and bylaws; the constitution and bylaws of other community clubs in the city; and a list of names and officers of various community clubs in the city that were used as “contacts”.
Papers consist of personal and professional correspondence, programs, music scores, photographs, and material pertaining to Bryn's activities in the Twin Cities Ukrainian community.
Photograph collection documenting past and present ethnic community buildings, businesses, homes, and places of worship in Omaha, Nebraska. Also included are maps, correspondence, and an article related to the locations photographed.
The collection consists of minutes and by-laws.
Collection consists of correspondence, pamphlets, newspaper clippings and other materials pertaining to Italian American labor and community activists, also to the Sacco-Vanzetti case. In 1967, Oreste Fabrizi served as sponsor of the Sacco/Vanzetti Commemoration Committee in Boston, Massachusetts.
The collection consists of programs, membership lists and correspondence. Programs list members and officers and all the events for each year.
The collection contains news clippings, 1928-1973; yearbooks, 1943/44-1975/76; and three general scrapbooks, 1928-1930, 1951-1953. Some photographs are included in the scrapbooks.
The scrapbook contains snapshots and memorabilia of the Park Heights 4-H Club members and activities.
The collection consists of undated, unidentified photographs by Boris Semyonov of Soviet Karelia or Petrozavodsk and Dulutians who went to Petrozavodsk as delegates of the Duluth-Petrozavodsk Sister Cities program.
An unpublished memoir/family history by Philia Geotes Hayes titled "Twice My Child" (413 p.), spanning five generations of the author's family, originally from the Anafi Island in the Aegean Sea. (Included is also a self-published, revised version of the work from 2010 - "Twice My Child: From the Aegean to the American Midwest: The stories of Five Generations of Island Mothers," 442 pages)
This collection consists of organizational administrative records documenting over 80 years of existence of the Minneapolis-based Polish American women's club.