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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.
Organizational files and correspondence, records of donations, membership cards, accounting documents, program brochures and fliers, includes some print (books, newsletters, notecards).
Circular letter, correspondence, historical sketch, general ledger and rules of procedure documenting the organization's activities.
Papers (1968-1969) of Dmytro Fodchuk include correspondence; newspaper clippings; leaflets; newspapers; programs; and published materials. Much of the collection pertains to Ukrainian social activities in the United States and Canada.
Collection consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings, photocopied articles, pamphlets, print items, event fliers and other materials documenting the history and activities of the Polish American community in America and its relationships to Poland.
Memoirs of Fiore DiGiulio entitled "Thoughts and Memories of the Native Village: Villetta Barrea" (62 pages). Translated by Jerine DiGiulio. Included is also a copy of the original manuscript in Italian.
Papers (1947-1969) of scientist Leonids Slaucitajs (1899-1971) are mainly about geomagnetism. Also included are memoirs; biographical materials; publications; and materials relating to his activities in the arts.
Materials documenting the history of Sokol South Omaha, includes photocopied newspaper articles, letters, autobiographical sketches, photographs, posters, pamphlets and other miscellaneous items. Divided into 12 volumes or series: 1) Brown Park Neighborhood 2) Merchants 3) Sokol Hall 4) Newspaper Articles 5) Lodges 6) Schools 7) Family Stories 8) Bands and Orchestras 9) Sports 10) Churches 11) Other Czech Neighborhoods 12) Miscellaneous
Papers (1940- ) of Stephen Kuropas (1900- ) include correspondence, and programs for Ukrainian American cultural events. Also included are materials pertaining to his travels in Ukraine and Poland and to the Shevchenko Freedom Award.
The papers (1918-2004) of Tometaro Kitagawa (1876-1962), a Japanese born American businessman, consist of 44 diaries (some diaries contain loose items -- 1920, 1939, 1949, 1950, 1958), transcripts of the diaries, two photographs, and a catalog from the store Kitagawa owned and operated in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The diary transcripts were created by his descendants starting in the late 1980s, and completed in the early 2000s. The majority of the collection in English, with some Japanese.