Finnish American communists
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
The Finnish American trade unionists collection (1943) consists of conference proceedings; a pamphlet; memoranda; and correspondence relating to Finnish American activities denouncing Finland's participation as an Axis ally in World War II.
Records (1905-1966) of the Finnish Socialist Chapter (Ely, Minn.) consist of chapter minutes.
Minutes of the Eastern District Committee (Fitchburg, Mass.) (1913-1920) and the National Executive Committee (Chicago, Ill.) (1915-1925) of the Finnish Socialist Federation.
Papers of Helmi Dagmar Mattson (1890-1974) include an autobiography; correspondence; diaries; handwritten and typescript articles, plays, poetry and books; records and papers relating to the Northwestern Finnish Historical Society; minutes of meetings of the Mt. Solo Washington Finnish Club; bylaws of the Finnish Workers Association (Portland, Ore.); miscellany; memorabilia; photographs and photograph albums; and scrapbooks.
Papers (1987) of Helvi Lahti Rajala (1916- ) consist of a memoir essay entitled "Commune Cement #3" pertaining to experiences of the author and her family in Soviet Karelia in the 1930s and her subsequent efforts to arrange the departure of family members from the USSR.
The records (1913-1966) of the "Kajastus" Finnish Laborers' Association (Milford, New Hampshire) comprise the official papers and by-laws (1913-1928); and clippings and articles on New England Finnish Americans (1951-1966).
Records (1906-1953) of the Nashwauk Finnish Socialist Chapter and related organizations (Nashwauk, Minnesota) consist of twenty-two ledgers reflecting Finnish organization activity in Nashwauk. Included are minutes, membership ledgers; and financial records.
Papers (1990) of Rudolph Pinola consist of a manuscript of "Finnish American Emigration to Soviet Karelia in the Early 1930s," a research paper presented at the conference "The Roots of Northland Radicalism" held at the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, Minn. on April 28, 1990. Included is a list of 1200 names of Finnish Americans, both individuals and families, who emigrated to Soviet Karelia in the early 1930s.
Papers (1947-1962) of William Heikkila (1906-1960) consist of legal files relating to his deportation case, and newspaper clippings about the case.