World War, 1939-1945 -- Refugees.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Multiple Containers
Abstract Records (1946-1953) of the Citizens Committee on Displaced Persons consist of internal records. Included are correspondence, financial records, and minutes. The majority of correspondence is of Nathan W. Levin, who was involved in financial supervision of the Committee.
Abstract This collection consists of the papers of David and Genia Levi, Holocaust survivors who immigrated to the United States in 1950, eventually settling in St. Paul, Minnesota. These papers mostly deal with the Levi's efforts for reparations from the German government.
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 The history of the Teodors (1872-1954) and Sara (1879-1959) Kauls family, "Flight to Freedom," traces the family's odyssey from Ukraine to Michigan and Minnesota. The Kauls moved from Ukraine in 1910, to Riga in 1924, to Czechoslovakia. Following World War II, they immigrated from a displaced persons camp in Wurzburg Germany to Michigan and Minnesota. Photographs are also included. The story is told by Gloria Kauls.
Abstract Papers of Mykola H. Haydak (1898-1971), mostly in Ukrainian and English, include correspondence; materials pertaining to the Ukrainian Folk Ballet in the Twin Cities, Minn.; a collection of Ukrainian Christmas and Easter cards; and materials about Ukrainian immigrants, the Slavonic Encyclopedia, and Ukrainian-Jewish relations. Correspondents include Haydak's mother, Anna Haydak; his father, Hryhorii Haydak; Ivan Haydak; Mykola Nebesenko; Simon M. Nechay; Petro Filipovich; Alexander Filipovich;...