Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Records (1952-1950) of the American Relief Fund for Poland, a charitable organizaton which participated in relief efforts in Poland during and after World War II, consist of correspondence; questionnaires; and case files. Also included are records produced by the American Committee for Resettlement of Polish Displaced Persons (1948-1968). The records are mostly personal files of persons brought to the United States from Europe after World War II. They also contain some correspondence and...
Abstract Papers (1940-1991) of Dr. Edward C. and Loda (Procanin) Rozanski include correspondence, minutes, press releases, newspaper clippings, and organizational publications relating to their activities in the Polish American community. Organizations represented in the collection include the Polish American Congress, the Polish National Alliance of the United States of North America, the Polish Roman Catholic Union of America, the Polish Western Association of America, the Orchard Lake Schools, the...
Abstract 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.
Collection — Folder 1
Abstract Adolf Kucera was a post-World War II displaced person and a pre-World War II officer in the Czechoslovak Army. Papers comprise correspondence between Kucera and other Czech DPs (some letters include notes written by Ida Kucera), and a short autobiography of Kucera from the "Archer" magazine.
Collection — Box 1
Abstract Papers (1954-1970) of Karoly Hokky (1888-197?), a Hungarian American educator, include correspondence, especially with Maria Ugron Podhorszky; papers; and writings. Hokky served in both the Czechoslovak and Hungarian parliaments as a representative from the Carpatho-Ruthenian area before his escape following World War II.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Abstract Papers (1945-1980) of Magdalena Rozentals (b.1915) related mainly to material dealing with Latvian refugees throughout the world. Included are photoalbums; serials; correspondence; theater programs; and miscellany.
Collection — Folder 1
Abstract Papers (1936-1949) of Marie Chase Cole, Executive Secretary of the New York City YWCA comprise reports, bulletins, brochures of the International Institute and of the YWCA. Materials pertain particularly to work with displaced persons. Also included are an international cookbook, and the 1936 Christmas issue of The Womans Press.
Abstract Papers (1954-1979) of Nikolajs Rasins (1915- ) include tape recordings; slides; newspaper clippings; correspondence; and financial records relating to Rasins' Latvian American broadcasting and other Latvian American community activities in Colorado Springs, Colorado and the Twin Cities, Minnesota.