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Croatian Americans.

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Cultural Society of South Slavs records

Identifier: IHRC349

Organizational records include correspondence, event programs, membership records, materials pertaining to other Croatian American organizations. Series 2 consists of an extensive set of newspaper clippings.

Dates: 1978-2003

Dinko A. Tomasic papers

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: IHRC2601

Papers (n.d.) of Dinko A. Tomasic (1902-1975) consist of a typescript of his book, "Americans from Croatia." These materials are fragile; researchers should consult the microfilm copy.

Dates: undated

Ivo F. Lupis-Vukic papers

Identifier: IHRC1408

Ivo F. Lupis-Vukic (b. 1876) was a Croatian who occasionally lived and travelled in Croatian communities in the United States between 1891 and 1930. He was the author of Meda Nasim Narodom u Americi (Among Our People in America). Papers (1912-1957) consist mainly of correspondence; an autobiography; articles (with some translations); and typescripts. Correspondents include Louis Adamic, Pjoder Aranicki and others.

Dates: 1912-1957

Lorraine M. Lees collection of FBI Files on Yugoslav American Ethnic Organizations

Identifier: IHRC1330
Abstract The collection consists of photocopied material obtained by Dr. Lorraine M. Lees through a series of Freedom of Information Act requests for Federal Bureau of Investigation files on three Yugoslav American ethnic organizations.Included are photocopies of surveillance records generated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Office of Strategic Services on three ethnic organizations: the American Slav Congress; the Serbian National Defense Council; and the United Committee...
Dates: 1942-1951

Yugoslav Socialist Federation (Jugoslovanska Socialisticna Zveza) records

Identifier: IHRC1149
Abstract Records (1905-1952) of Jugoslovanska Socialisticna Zveza (Jugoslav Socialist Federation) (Chicago, Illinois) include correspondence, minutes, financial records, membership lists, and other material of the Federation. Also included are records of the Federation's "Prosvetna Matica," the Junior Order of the Federation, and its publications Proletarec, Majski Glas, and Ameriski Druzinski Koledar. Branch records include Chicago, Cleveland, Clinton (Indiana), Waukegan (Illinois), Piney Forks...
Dates: 1905-1952