Consular reports -- Austria
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Austria. Foreign Affairs Ministry (Ministerium des Aussern. Wien) records
Abstract Records (1895-1914) of the Ministerium des Aussern, Austria, consist of selected consular reports and correspondence dealing with emigrants to the United States from the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Included is information on Slovakian and Galician immigration, Slovak newspapers, the Greek Catholic Church in the United States, Russian Orthodoxy, the Catholic Church, Latin Rite, in the United States, Galicians, and consuls in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Correspondents include Archibishop John...
Austria. State Archives (Staatsarchiv. Wien) records
Abstract Records (1848-1918) of the Austrian Staatsarchiv consist of consular dispatches, telegrams, police reports, and correspondence pertaining to emigrants from the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Included are communications and annual immigration reports from the Austro-Hungarian consulates in Canada, Germany, the United States, Latin America, the South Slav lands, and European cities. Reports and correspondence contain information on a wide variety of topics, including (but not limited to) analysis of...
Trieste State Archives records
Records (1863-1922) of the Trieste State Archives consist of consular reports, correspondence, emigration statistics, statistics on return migration, shipping information, records of epidemics and diseases, and information on transportation to and conditions in countries to which Austro-Hungarians emigrated. Correspondence includes letters to officials of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and information pertaining to the Canadian-Pacific Railway and to the Hamburg American Line.