Refugees -- Services for.
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Records consist of organizational correspondence, meeting minutes, annual reports and case files produced by the New York headquarters, and also materials generated by the AFCR field offices both in the United States and in Europe. In addition to the assistance provided to refugees from the former Czechoslovakia, the records include documentation of the AFCR resettlement work with refugees from other parts of the world in the late 1970s and 1980s.
Records (1946-1953) of the Citizens Committee on Displaced Persons consist of internal records. Included are correspondence, financial records, and minutes. The majority of correspondence is of Nathan W. Levin, who was involved in financial supervision of the Committee.
Papers (1949-1982) of Erik A. Dundurs (1922-1984) include correspondence; memorabilia; newspaper clippings; speeches; scrapbooks; and files on various organizations to which Dundurs belonged. Also included are files regarding a variety of subjects, most dealing with Latvian Americans and United States foreign policy.
Records (1953-1965) of the Iuliu Maniu American Romanian Relief Foundation, Inc. consist of by-laws; annual reports; and various programs of meetings. The Foundation was a voluntary organization formed to assist Romanians in immigration and resettlement.
Papers (1939-1949) of Kyra Malkovsky (1894- ) comprise journals, case work and statistical reports, photographs, and other materials of the International Institute of New York City, miscellaneous correspondence, publications, and materials pertaining to the YWCA Summer School at Fletcher Farm (Proctorville, Vermont).
Wall charts in spreadsheet format, titled "New York Dossiers" and "Massachusetts Dossiers." These appear to have been used to track information on sponsorship of refugees including: personal information such as religion, English proficiency, and skills; employers and sponsors; and information or services provided.
Records (1940-1972) of the Polish American Congress, Inc., a political, cultural, and social organization, consist primarily of questionnaires, correspondence, documents, and financial reports of the American Committee for the Resettlement of Polish Displaced persons.
Papers (1910-1969), of the Rev. Kenneth Dexter Miller (1887-1968) consist of correspondence; drafts, reviews and advertisements of his articles and books; memorabilia; personal journals; photographs; scrapbooks; and a stamp collection.