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Minutes, correspondence, chronicle, brochures, material about the Estonian supplemental school in Albany-Schenectady (journals, correspondence, incoming brochures and bulletins)
Papers (n.d.) of Italian American dramatist Alberico Molinari (1876-1948) consist of typescripts of his play "I Martiri di Chicago," a four act historical drama.
The collection consist of a bound photocopy of a manuscript for one title by Albert Likhanov.
Obituary, correspondence, certificates, diplomas.
The collections contains material related to the publishing of a new edition of one children's book written by the late Albert Bigelow Paine.
The collection contains the papers of Albert B. White, professor emeritus of history at the University of Minnesota.
The Albert Chenet Order Sons of Italy in America, Pennsylvania Grand Lodge collection (1941-1978) includes Grand convention books (1967-1977), Grand Council minutes and correspondence (1976-1978), testimontial dinner booklets (1941-1972), photographs of flood damage in Italy, and newspaper clippings.
Collection contains correspondence, reports, notes, bibliographies, computer printouts, newsletters, publications, and other reference material largely relating to the Office of Naval Research's computing surveys.
Collection contains plans for the Ceylon School and the Prince of Glory Lutheran Church, designed by architect Albert G. Plagens.
This collection contains photographs taken by Albert Hoffmeyer. Subjects primarily include the local architecture of the Twin Cities, as well as some candid shots of friends and family.
The Albert J Kennedy papers contain Kennedy's research and writing, including his typed manuscript for Social Settlements in New York City, as well as published and unpublished articles on arts in the settlements, on early settlement leaders, and on settlement contributions to race relations.
Collection contains the correspondence, reports, lecture notes, biographical materials, manuscripts, grants and photographs of Albert J. Linck, assistant director of the Agricultural Experiment Station and dean of the college of agriculture at the University of Minnesota.
Correspondence, copies of articles, newspaper clippings, book reviews, souvenir publications.
Collection contains plans of buildings designed by Albert van Dyck, as well as photographs of residential interiors from homes in the Twin Cities area.
The collection contains a corrected proof for one title published by Albert Roland.
Personal documentation, passports, correspondence, newspaper clippings.
Drafts for a book-length publication by Albert Tezla entitled "The Hazardous Quest: Hungarian Immigrants in the United States, 1895-1920." Materials are primary documents (letters, newspaper articles, official records) translated from Hungarian to English. Also included is correspondence, research notes and copies of sources pertaining to Hungarian Americans.
Public figure. Correspondence, official documents, clippings, memoriabilia
Biographical materials, correspondence and photographs.
Correspondence of Albina Luczkow Meciszewski of Buffalo and Rochester, New York, born in 1882 in Krasne, Galicia (today in Poland).
Zattoni was an antifascist. His papers contain correspondence and newspaper clippings pertaining to his fighting in the Spanish Civil War and to his volunteer work during World War II, when he re-educated captured Italian soldiers. Also included is a file of correspondence referring to the Mazzini Society.
Collection consists of subject files created by Albrecht Neumann that document some aspects of his work with General Electric, as well as with other companies in the computer industry, and at the National Bureau of Standards.
Collection contains scripts.
Collection contains photographs, drawings, specifications, maintenance manuals, correspondence, memoranda, and newspaper clippings largely related to magnetic drum storage devices produced by ERA and Univac during Alden Allen's employment with ERA division of Remington Rand, later the Univac division of Sperry Rand.
Papers (1951-1973) of Aldobrando Piacenza (1888-1976), an Italian American poet, painter, and folk artist from Chicago, Ill., contain articles about his art work and a short autobiography. Piacenza was born in Sant'Anna Pelaso and came to the United States in 1902. He lived in Chicago and Highwood, and worked as a gardener, store clerk, bakery employee, and owner of an ice cream parlor. His art work included elaborate bird houses.