Found in 214 Collections and/or Records:
Eesti Vangistatud Vabadusvõitlejate Abistamiskeskus USAs (Relief Committee for Estonian Prisoners of Conscience in the Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics, the United States branch) records
Correspondence, reports, reports, lists, circular letters, newspaper clippings.
Eesti Vangistatud Vabadusvõitlejate Seattle Hooldusgrup (Relief Committee for Estonian Prisoners of Conscience in the U.S.S.R., Seattle Chapter) records
Collection consists of correspondence, checks, lists of donors contrinbuting to the organization based in Seattle, Washington.
Correspondence, newsletters, programs brochures. Collection consists of letters from and to the Estonians in the Netherlands, newsletters by the Estonians in the Netherlands, community event programs.
Programs, announcements, magazines, bulletins.
Collection consists of bulletins about Estonians in Seattle, Washington.
Collection consists of bulletins and articles (4 pcs) about Estonians in New Zeeland and copies and photos (2 pcs) of Estonians in New Zealand.
Collection consists of newsletters of the association (1991-1997) with reference letters. Materials document the activities of the Association in the states of North Carolina and South Carolina.
Collection consists of 29 film reels containing motion pictures made by Elmer Epner featuring cultural events of Estonians in exile and documentaries of Estonians living abroad, including countries such as Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Italy, Canada, and the United States. DVD versions are available for the following titles: Metro Rhythmics; Harmony in Motion; Estonian Heritage; and Midsummer Holiday.
Professional correspondence, copies of articles about Ernst Laur, history of the honorary consulate of Republic of Estonia in Los Angeles including photos of E. Laur's activities as a honorary consul in Los Angeles.
Estonia-related materials (World War II) in the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) of the United States collection
"Guides to German Records Microfilmed at Alexandria, Virginia", copies of material about the German occupation in Estonia during World War II.
Correspondence, newspaper clippings, typescripts of English versions of selected chapters from Hardy Nurmsen’s Estonian-language book "Suestal Laebi Ameerika" (Discovering Americans, published in Tallinn, Estonia, 1938, 402 p.), and a copy of the Estonian edition of the book.
Few personal documents, archive is mostly related to Heikki Leesment's public work, primarily with the activities of Estonian American National Committee and Joint Baltic American committee. H. Leesment's correspondence, speech and radio performance texts, documents related Heikki Leesment's participation in other national actions, associations and events. Printed matter, books, magazines, newspaper clippings etc.
Archive consists of random documents about Heino Kalda, the documents are mainly about Lakewood Estonian Officers Council and New York Male Choir, the archive also includes medals of honor and badges, minutes, circular letters, correspondence, memoirs (mostly about Estonian military school), manuscripts, bulletin „Leelo“, sheet music, Endrik Tamm's biograpy, fraternity "Ugala"
Articles and manuscripts by Taremäe, correspondence, documents regarding his work at Estonian Archives in US, Association for Advancement of Baltic Studies, Alumni Association of Tallinn Secondary School of Science, Estonian World Council. Various printed matter and newspaper clippings.