Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Primarily correspondence between Keljik, Armenian American writer and founder of the Minnesota Armenian community in 1899, and Blackwell, women's suffrage leader and activist on behalf of Armenian independence, documenting close literary and political collaboration. Included are also translations of poetry and other writings. Materials are photocopies of original documents housed at the Blackwell Family Papers, Library of Congress.
Organizational files and correspondence, records of donations, membership cards, accounting documents, program brochures and fliers, includes some print (books, newsletters, notecards).
Collection consists of a typescript of the Keljik family history compiled by Zarmig Keljik-Geisenhoff and Anna Alessandrini Hampson, research notes and newspaper clippings pertaining to the Eliazar, Fesjian, Frank, Hampson, Roopenian and Zakarian branches of the family. Included are also genealogy charts, maps and an oral history interview conducted by Lou Ann Matossian in 1996.