Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
The Cookie Curci-Wright papers consist of family history material, the memoir "My Italian American Grandparents: A Legacy of Lessons and Love" and photographs. Also included is one CD-R containing digital versions of selected photos.
Collection consists of family history documentation pertaining to the Johnson-Davidsson family originating in Lokalahti, Finland. Kaleb Johannes Davidsson (b. 1860) was a Finn of Swedish origin, his descendants migrated to the United States in the early 20th century.
Papers of Katherine Ruuhela consists of correspondence with Finnish relatives, in which is mentioned a brother who moved from the U.S. to Soviet Karelia; photographs of family members in Finland and in the U.S.; newspaper clippings; a scrapbookof collected poems and articles; a memoir of the Finnish-Russian war; miscellaneous books; a print of Juho Rissanen's painting of a Finnish American homestead; biographies intended for a family history; and miscellany.
The history of the Teodors (1872-1954) and Sara (1879-1959) Kauls family, "Flight to Freedom," traces the family's odyssey from Ukraine to Michigan and Minnesota. The Kauls moved from Ukraine in 1910, to Riga in 1924, to Czechoslovakia. Following World War II, they immigrated from a displaced persons camp in Wurzburg Germany to Michigan and Minnesota. Photographs are also included. The story is told by Gloria Kauls.
Collection consists of newspaper clippings, photographs, correspondence, map of Galician ancestral villages, published articles, print out of "Mennonites in Galicia Database" containing genealogical information.
Collection consists of a set of photocopied materials documenting the family history of Christos Siotas (1899-1955) and his descendants. Christos Siotas was a Hellene from Macedonia, first establishing a fur trading business in Paris, France, before arriving in the United States in 1928