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This collection is intended to accommodate miscellaneous, primary documents related to the October 12, 13, 1918 Cloquet-Moose Lake forest fire and its aftermath when provenance or donor information about the material is unclear or not known.
Papers (1977-1980) of Finnish American composer A.L. Klemi (1874-1924) consist of the sheet music for three piano and vocal compositions.
This collection consists of both published and unpublished materials pertaining predominantly to the history of Finnish American communities, but also includes the history of various ethnic groups, immigration history, and agricultural history; materials are all related to A.W. Hoglund's teaching career and personal life and include personal and work related correspondence, family records, papers and research.
Records (1887-1901) of the Aamunkoitto Temperance Society (Brooklyn, New York) include membership lists and minutes.
Papers (1930-1935) of Adam Kattainen, a Finnish American temperance advocate, consist of poems and speeches. Also included are minutes (1942-1943) of the Alango-Field (Minn.) Red Cross.
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.
Jarvenpa's papers include, among a variety of other documents, manuscript drafts of her translations, correspondence, articles, notes on Finnish Americana, and her journals.
Papers (1920-1973) of Aino Maki consist of photographs of key figures in the Central Cooperative Exchange (later the Central Cooperative Wholesale) of Superior, Wis., as well as cooperative training classes from the 1920s and 1930s. Also included is an addition to Maki's family history.
Manuscript (n.d.) of Alex Jackson's novel Viuluni itkee.
Papers (1940-1979) of Alex Kyyhkynen (1888-1984) consist of personal material and records of Finnish American organizations in Minnesota, particularly the Minnesota Finnish-American Historical Society.
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 consists of autobiographical materials, correspondence and photocopied images.
Research notes, photocopied articles, letters and miscellaneous writings pertaining to Finnish American stone workers in New England.
Records (1897-1970) of the Bethel Evangelical Lutheran Church (Ishpeming, Mich.) include baptism, confirmation, communion, and funeral registers. On microfilm.
Collection consists of a genealogy of the Swedish-Finnish Blomquist family of Saint Paul, Minn. (1887-1987).
Correspondence, birth certificates, passenger arrival and naturalization records, obituaries, genealogy charts and family history narratives for the Beltt (originally Belttari) family.
Papers (n.d.) of Cedric Roivanen (b. 1942) consist of a family history and genealogy.
Records (1928-1930) of the Co-operative Trading Association (N.Y.) consist of a membership certificate and a stock certificate.
Papers (1978) of Curt Carlson consist of genealogical information on the Haapalahti and Carlson families of Sweden and Finland and a brief history of Finnish migration to Sweden, Norway, and the United States.
Papers consist of a biographical sketch and family history, portrait, unpublished poems, manuscript copy of an essay on W.B Yeats, fellowship application, notes, a letter from Robert Hayden (Consultant in Poetry, Library of Congress), and a tape recording of Anderson reading from 'Lines in Snow' at the Library of Congress in 1978.
Papers (1936-1970) of Duane Wiita consist of photocopies of his birth certificate and his parents' marriage certificates.
Papers (1960-1989) of Earl M. Harju, a journalist, consist of personal and general correspondence; photocopies of Harju's articles in "Between Ourselves", "The San Francisco Chronicle", and "People's World"; newspaper clippings, and telegrams congratulating Walter A. Harju on his 60th birthday. Subjects include the Spanish Civil War, Jack London Club, Finns in California, and the American-Soviet Friendship Society.
- Subject: Finnish X
- Collecting Area
- Immigration History Research Center Archives 180
- University of Minnesota Duluth Archives and Special Collections 14
- Children's Literature Research Collections 2
- Finnish 42
- Finnish Americans 27
- Finnish American socialists 18
- Finnish American communists 15
- Finnish American press. 11
- Women 11
- Finnish Americans -- Minnesota 10
- Photographs 9
- Finnish American newspapers. 8
- Cooperative societies -- Wisconsin -- Superior. 7
- Duluth (Minn.) 7
- Finnish American theater 7
- Finnish Americans -- Societies, etc. 7
- Genealogy. 7
- Immigrant families 7
- Labor 7
- Music 7
- Religious life 7
- Families 6
- Finnish American authors. 6 + ∧ less
- Finnish 73
- English 67
- Multiple languages 52
- English 10
- Undetermined 4
- Central Co-operative Wholesale (U.S.) 2
- FinnFest USA 2
- Mattson, Helmi Dagmar, 1890-1974 2
- Ross, Carl, 1913- 2
- 1918 Forest Fire 1
- Aamunkoitto Temperance Society, Brooklyn, NY 1
- Ahlbeck, Karl, 1881-1954 1
- Aho, Edward 1
- Aho, John 1
- Aho, John E. 1
- Ahola, Lydia 1
- Ahonen, Arnold 1
- Alecks, Joseph. 1
- Anderson, David H. K., 1929-1991 1
- Barberg, Hazel E. 1
- Bethel Evangelical Lutheran Church (Ishpeming, Mich.). 1
- Blomquist Family. 1
- Brusila, Arthur 1
- Carlson, Curtis L. 1
- Carlson, Helen L., Ph.D. 1 + ∧ less