Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Box 1
Abstract Collection consists of 15 bound volumes of typed memoir by Anatoly Rozenblat, covering the years 1990-2000, and 2002-2004, following his emigration from Russia and immigration to the United States. Included are also two published works by A. Rozenblat: "Rozenblat's Innovations for the 21st century" (1999) and "Statistical Analysis of Ship Speed in Waves and the Tropics" (2000). 1. Hello America!; 2. The Immigration of Russian Engineer to America; 3. America in True Colors; 4. American...
Abstract Correspondence, diaries, photographs, manuscripts of Grebenstchikoff's literary works, one audio tape, and some print materials including G. Grebenstchikoff's poetry and some rare books - handset, printed on handmade paper and artistically bound in the book shop of Tatiana Grebenstchikoff. Selected items from the collection have been digitized and are available in the University of Minnesota's U Media Archive and on the Digitizing Immigrant Letters project website (see "Digital material" below).
Abstract In early 2000, the Wilder Research Center conducted a survey among four major immigrant groups in the Twin Cities area: Hispanic, Hmong, Russian, and Somali. The study was commissioned by the Saint Paul Pioneer Press as part of its civic journalism initiative, with funding from the Knight-Ridder Foundation. The IHRC and IHRC Archives agreed to store the digital files containing the survey data and provide access to the survey results to researchers via this finding aid.