Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
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.
Papers (1952-1980) pertaining to the Ajami family history include letters; newspaper clippings; programs; poetry; and photographs. Much of the material concerns Selma (Bojolad) Ajami, an opera singer, and Jocelyn Ajami, an artist. Correspondence refers to Philip K. Hitti, and correspondents include Ambassador Fletcher Warren.
Papers (n.d.) of Cedric Roivanen (b. 1942) consist of a family history and genealogy.
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.
This collection consists of research and family materials on the Dorf, Press, and Arnovitch families.
Papers of Symans consist of correspondence of him and his wife Therese M. Symans; newspaper clippings, mostly from Grand Rapids, Mich.; personal papers; research notes; and scrapbooks. Correspondence and clippings pertain to immigraton, genealogy, and articles and poetry written by Symans. Also included are newsletters of the Polish Heritage Society.
This collection consists of research material compiled by Gene Rosenblum of early Jewry in St. Paul, Minnesota, as well as Minneapolis and Duluth.
Papers (1981-1984) of Grace Darin, a journalist and author, consist of family histories, including "The Darin Family: A Century Chronicle"; "The Darin Family: A Supplement"; "The Rileys of Iron Belt: A Family Memoir"; and "The Darin Family: Looking Toward the Future - A New Generation".
Papers (1939-1969) of Henia Kieronska consist of articles and newspaper clippings pertaining to Polish American history; articles, photographs, and cartoons re the German blitz of Poland ca. 1939 by Julien Bryan; a history of the family of Anthony Sadowski (1669-1736), a Polish American pioneer in Pennsylvania by Edward Pinkowski; and a Polish American history by Frank A. Zabrosky. Most articles are from The Philadelphia Inquirer and Zgoda.
Papers (1876-1950) of Hilda Simons consists of a typed manuscript (photocopy) autobiography dealing with her family's history in Finland and Brule, Wisconsin. Includes a photograph of Hilda Kauppinen Ronkainen Simons (1980s?).
Papers (1904-1978) of Ina (Laukala) Karni of Cook, Minnesota comprise a typescript family history; two ledgers of a local Finnish Day Committee and miscellaneous items.
The Johan and Fiina Seppamaki papers (1977) consist of a photocopy of a typed family history.
The Najjar family history collection (ca. 1975-1982) consists of a family chronicle and genealogy. The family (originally called Al-Balady) are Orthodox Christian of Lebanese descent.
Collection includes bound typescript copy of "The Rukavina Family History". The history details the family's experiences in Chicago, Ill., and on Minnesota's Iron Range.
This collection consists of family research done by Philip Sher on his various Jewish ancestors.
Papers (1979) of the Soffa family consist of a photocopy of The Family History Book: A Genealogical Record, compiled by Barry Michael Dahl.
Thomas Licari's family originally came from Montelebre, Sicily, and settled in New York City and then, in 1902, in Biwabik, Minnesota. Licari's papers (1980) consist of photographs and a magazine article on the Licari family reunion, as well as background information on family members.