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Biographical materials, correspondence and photographs.
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.
Collection consists of materials documenting the life of the Latvian American community in Kalamazoo, Michigan, and beyond.
Collection consists of one ledger containing meeting minutes.
Papers of Latvian American poet and author Edvarts Tuters (1893-1984) consist of typescripts of poetry and other writings, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and several publications.
Collection consists of biographical materials, correspondence, research notes and copies or drafts of articles related to Emma Lauberte's studies of languages and literatures.
Collection consists of typescripts of ca. 50 theatrical plays by George Alchimovics.
A compilation of autobiographical materials describing Harijs Saukants' childhood in Latvia, WWII period, including the author's refugee experience, and emigration and resettlement in the United States. Includes copies of personal documentation, photogrpahs, news clippings.
Collection consists of photographs and publications documenting the independence efforts of Latvians in Latvia and abroad.
One ledger containing minutes of the Illinois Lavian Association from Chicago.
Correspondence, newspaper clippings, pamphlets.
Archive of Ms. Janis Riekstins, who was the President of the American Latvian Association in the United States. Mostly in Latvian (?), containing letters, envelopes, accountant information, papers, newspapers, etc. Dates ranging from the mid 70’s to mid 80’s.
Collection consists of correspondence, unpublished poetry, travel notes and materials pertaining to the Latvian community in Minnesota.
Records and papers (1945-1980) of the Latvian Chorus Shield of Songs (Koris Dziesmu Vairogs) include correspondence; minutes; history; programs; and memorabilia. The group was formed in the displaced persons camp at Groshabersdorf, Germany, in 1945. Most of the members resettled in Kalamazoo and Grand Rapids, Michigan. The group continued there until it was disbanded in 1981.
Collection consists of correspondence, reports, newspaper clippings, member obituaries, bulletins and other publications pertaining to the activities of the Latvian Railroadmen in Exile. The railroadmen were employed by the Latvian railroad system during 1919-1945, after emigration from Latvia following the end of World War II they formed an association headquartered in Brooklyn, New York, later in Sanford, Florida, and published an annual bulletin, among
Records (1955-1969) of Amerikas Latviesu Palidzibas Fonds (Latvian Relief Fund of America, Inc.) consist of a loose-leaf notebook with brochures explaining insurance plans, and minutes and related materials of relief fund board meetings.
Budget and planning documents, correspondence, newspaper clippings, programs and flyers.
Papers and biographical essays written by students in the summer program of Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo about Latvian and Latvian American personalities during the early 1970s.
The collection consists mainly of minutes from national and international meetings from the mid-1950s to the mid-1960s. Newsletters and periodicals have been removed from the manuscript collection and added to the IHRC serials collection.
6 binders containing correspondence, meeting minutes and other documentation pertaining to the Asscoiation's Cleveland Chapter (Daugavas Vanagu).
Latvian Welfare Association Theater, Minneapolis, Minnesota (Daugavas Vanagu Apvienibas Teatris Minneapole) records
Collection consists of theater playscripts, scrapbooks containing photographs of performances, newspaper clippings, reviews, event brochures and performance programs. Included are financial records of the organization.
Records (1966) of Latviesu Jaunatnes Divreizdivi (Latvia Youth's Two-Times-Two) include a workbook for discussions of Latvian history and culture and Latvian problems in American society; song sheets; and brochures. The program is a one week summer seminar for Latvian youth. The 1966 gathering was at Camp Cavell, Lexington, Michigan.
Collection consists of correspondence between Ruta Lindberg, Janis Cirulis, Marta Cirulis and Janis Vetra (1993-2003), and event programs and postcards featuring Latvian American festivals and monuments on the East Coast of the United States.
- Language: Latvian X
- Latvian 11
- Displaced persons 6
- Latvian Americans -- Societies, etc. 4
- Community life 2
- Exile 2
- Fraternal organizations 2
- Latvian Americans. 2
- Refugees 2
- Theater 2
- Biography 1
- Choral societies -- Michigan -- Grand Rapids. 1
- Choral societies -- Michigan -- Kalamazoo. 1
- College students 1
- Friendly societies. 1
- Insurance, Fraternal 1
- Latvian American authors. 1
- Latvian Americans -- Michigan -- Grand Rapids -- Societies, etc. 1
- Latvian Americans -- Michigan -- Kalamazoo -- Societies, etc. 1
- Latvian Americans -- Minnesota 1
- Latvian Americans -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis -- Societies, etc. 1 + ∧ less
- English 12
- German 3
- Akerman, John D., 1897-1972 1
- Alchimovics, George 1
- American Latvian Association in the United States 1
- American Latvian Youth Association 1
- Amerikas Latviesu Palidzibas Fonds (Philadelphia, Pa.). 1
- Austrina, Austra 1
- Daugavas Vanagu Apvieniba Minesota. 1
- Latvian Chorus Shield of Songs (Koris Dziesmu Vairogs). 1
- Latvian Chorus of Detroit (Detroitas Latviesu koris) 1
- Latvian Welfare Association of Cleveland, Ohio 1
- Latviesu Jaunatnes Divreizdivi. 1
- Paikens, Edward 1
- Philadelphia Latvian Archives 1
- Tuters, Edvarts, 1893-1984 1 + ∧ less