Found in 32 Collections and/or Records:
Collection consists of memoranda, news releases, speeches, and published materials regarding Polish American and Polish affairs; the Polish Government in Exile; and also correspondence with members of the Polish Government in Exile in London and other political figures from the United States, Great Britain, and with representatives of exile organizations of other European nationalities. Included are materials from the Katyn Memorial Fund Committee.
Memoranda, reports, minutes, press releases, newspaper clippings.
Collection consist of archival directories (6 pcs), material and brochures (3 pcs) sent to the Baltic Archives, press releases, a short overview of the history of the Baltic Archives by Kalju Lepik.
A copy of a brief overview of Estonians in Detroit, including biographies of the founders of the society and newspaper articles about Estonians in Detroit (written by Harry Kord ja Linda Einpaul in 1990?)
EELK Konsistoorium eksiilis (Consistory of the Estonian Evangelical Lutheran Church in Exile) records
Collection consists of circular letters, newsletters, reports, minutes.
EELK Toronto Vana-Andrese Piiskoplik Kogudus (St. Andrew's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Toronto) records
Collection consists of programs of the church services, and bulletins of the congregation.
Minutes, member lists, correspondence, magazines, photos.
Annual reports, correspondence, lists of books, newspaper clippings.
Annual report of 1999, program brochures 1999-2002.
Constitutions, circular letter, minutes, annual reports, correspondence, accounting documents, brochures, newspaper clippings.
Programs, brochures, circular letters, correspondence, tickets, songbooks, reports.
Minutes, correspondence, bulletins, photographs.
Correspondence, minutes, newsletters, greeting cards, bulletins, guestbook.
Newsletters, member lists, rules of procedure, a photograph.
Program brochures, newspaper clippings.
Collection consists of correspondence, reports, newspaper clippings, member obituaries, bulletins and other publications pertaining to the activities of the Latvian Railroadmen in Exile. The railroadmen were employed by the Latvian railroad system during 1919-1945, after emigration from Latvia following the end of World War II they formed an association headquartered in Brooklyn, New York, later in Sanford, Florida, and published an annual bulletin, among
Papers of M. Rechcigl, Sr. include typescripts of his programs for the Radio Free Europe where he was employed from 1951 to 1970 (Boxes 1-6), and correspondence with the leading figures of Czech and Slovak exile in America, a large portion of it pertaining to the Rada Svobodneho Ceskoslovenska (Council of Free Czechoslovakia), (Boxes 7-11). Included are also personal notebooks and diaries (Box 12).
Minute books, mission and procedure of the society, lists, correspondence.
Founding documents, accounting documents, correspondence, event program brochures.
Collection contains biographical information about Reinhold and Aino Nomman, active members of New York and New Jersey Estonian society. Three folders contain obituaries, minutes of the board meetings at Estonian Archives in Lakewood.
Biograafiline informatsioon Reinhold ja Aino Nomman kohta, aktiivsed New Yorgi ja New Jersey eestlaskonnas. Kolm kausta sisaldavad eluloo kirjeldust, leinalehti, Eesti Arhiivi juhatuse koosolekute protokolle.
Certificates, directives, correspondence, memoirs, photos.
Materials pertaining to the members (and their organization) of the Student Company of the Cesis Regiment which participated in the battle of Cesis during Latvia's war of independence in 1919. The surviving members of the company formed an organized group abroad after World War II and their migration out of Europe to the United States, Australia and elsewhere. Included are newspaper clippings, correspondence, financial records, postcards and photographs.
Personal documents, diplomas from New York University (School of Medicine), correspondence, programs, University of Tartu (School of Medicine) curriculum, Esto '80 postcards, Sorority Filiae Patriae lists of members.
Collection consists of correspondence, activity reports, newspaper clippings, event announcements and invitations, conference proceedings.
Constitutions, minutes, correspondence, member lists, accounting documents, prints.