Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
Collection consists of personal papers, certificates, documents, personal correspondence, documents of various Estonian diaspora organizations, included are also photographs and manuscripts of Anderson's memoirs and speeches.
Records of the Association consist mostly of correspondence.
Correspondence, meeting minutes, proclamations, clippings, photos, event programs of the organization pertaining primarily to the Council's political activities in Minnesota. Compiled by secretary/treasurer of the organization.
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.
A copy of a bound typescript entitled TO AMERICA WITH A SHIPFUL OF WORLD WAR II REFUGEES: DIARY OF FALL 1950 by Gwen Rossler. Originally written in German, translated in March 1990 in Madison, Wisconsin, by Gwen Rossler. The diary covers the time between September 27 an October 24, 1950, and describes Gwen Rossler's journey from Camp Grohn near Vegesack in Germany via Bremerhaven and New Orleans to New York.
Collection consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings, meeting minutes, reports, memorial stamps and certificates. Some of the materials pertain to the Scout Troops in Passaic, New Jersey, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
The records include annual reports, meeting minutes of the board of directors, organizational correspondence, files of the Institute's officers and case workers, and documentation on various programs within the Institute.
6 binders containing correspondence, meeting minutes and other documentation pertaining to the Asscoiation's Cleveland Chapter (Daugavas Vanagu).
Collection consists of 8 biographical essays written by University of Minnesota students about their family members or community elders. Included are life stories of refugees from East Africa and Southeast Asia. Also of a native of Wisconsin.
Collection consists of newspaper clippings, photographs, correspondence, map of Galician ancestral villages, published articles, print out of "Mennonites in Galicia Database" containing genealogical information.
Records consist of correspondence, meeting agendas and miuntes, membership lists, invitations, posters, and material on the Hungarian American actress Zita Szeletszky and other personalities of Hungarian and Hungarian American life. Substantial parts of this collection are available only as photocopies; originals returned to donors.
Photos, newsletter articles (by M.J. Ekstrand) and transport ship newsletter pertaining to Ekstrand's experience as a nurse aboard the USAT Gen. Harry Taylor. In 1949-1950 the ship carried European displaced persons to America.
Collection consists of materials (correspondence, reports, articles, conference booklets, etc.) pertaining to the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America; Displaced Persons; World Congress of Free Ukrainians; Shevchenko Centennial; Ukrainians in Brazil; congressional leaders; the Ukrainian American newspaper "Ameryka" and periodical "Ukrainian Bulletin; Ukrainian Catholic Church in Philadelphia; and the publication "The Ukrainian Heritage." Included are also photographs.