Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Baltimore Eesti Maja (Baltimore Estonian House) records
Minutes, annual reports, correspondence (all mostly copies) and albums about organizing the Estonian festivals.
Eesti Kooli Fond (Estonian School Fund) records
Correspondence, minutes, accounting reports.
Esto Festival 1980 records
ESTO 1980 took place on July 6-13, 1980 in Stockholm, Sweden. The 3rd National Congress (July 8-9,1980) and the 3rd Women´s Congress (July 9, 1980) were also held as part of the festival.
John Gera papers
Kalamazoo Latvian Youth Group (Kalamazoo Latviesu Jauniesu Kopa) records
Marsha Penti papers
Field notes, interviews, and related materials compiled by Marsha Penti in preparation of her PhD dissertation, The Role of Ethnic Folklore Among American Returnees (Indiana University Press, 1983).
New Yorgi Eesti Segakoor (New York Estonian Choir) records
Songbooks, programs, letters.
Oksana Voronin papers
Papers of Oksana Voronin (Wikul) (1921-2001) consist of correspondence, typescript articles, newspaper clippings, flyers, programs and photographs pertaining to Ukrainian dancers and dance groups in the United States and Canada.
Slovak National Day (Chicago, Illinois) records
Collection consists of festival brochures commemorating the Slovak Day Festivals held in the Pilsen neighborhood of Chicago.
Vytautas F. Beliajus papers
Event programs; brochures containing sheet music (folk songs) and descriptions of dances; a copy of an article by Constance Fisher about the "Institute on Judaism" which took place in Mount Zion Temple in St. Paul, Minnesota on November 17, 1947; three circular letters written by Vytautas Finadar Zereni-Beliajus in Fairhope, Alabama in 1943-1944.. Also included are photographs of Vytautas Finadar Beliajus.