Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Holy Trinity Orthodox Church (Saint Paul, Minnesota) records
Collection — Multiple Containers
Records of the church, formerly known as Holy Trinity Russian-Serbian Orthodox Church, consist of correspondence, church documents, bylaws, minutes of meetings, financial records, list of members, birth-marriage-death records, membership-minutes-financial records of the Assumption of Mary Sisterhood, minutes of the church choir circle of the Assumption of Mary Sisterhood, sermons and services, and print material.
John Palandech papers
Abstract Palandech was a prominent Serbian American publisher. He published the "Ujedinjeno Srpstvo" (United Serbians, the leading Serbian American newspaper) and had his own agency, the John R. Palandech Agency (Foreign Language Newspaper Representatives, Advertising and Publicity Service). Palandech's papers include correspondence, newspaper clippings and pamphlets.Selected items from the collection have been digitized and are available in the University of Minnesota's U Media Archive...
Lorraine M. Lees collection of FBI Files on Yugoslav American Ethnic Organizations
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...
Serbian Orthodox Church in America records
Abstract Serbian Orthodox Church (in America), New York Calendar of the Episcopal Correspondence.Records. The Serbian Orthodox Church in America was under the jurisdiction of the Russian Archdiocese of North America and the Aleutian Islands. Records include materials on organization of the Serbian Church and its parishes, its background in Europe, Serbs in the United States, Serbian churches in New York City, and Serbian House in New York along with an index of priests and a chronological index of...
Yugoslav Socialist Federation (Jugoslovanska Socialisticna Zveza) records
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...