Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Photographs and articles about Anne V. Marinelli, a librarian, and her sister Angela Marinelli, a language teacher from Minnesota.
Papers consist of newspaper clippings of articles that Dmytro Levchuk contributed to two Ukrainian-American newspapers (America and Batkivshchyna). Compiled in four volumes by Levchuk's wife, Irene.
Papers (1950-1977) of the Rev. Francis C. Turmezei, a Hungarian American priest, consist of writings; personal papers; poetry; a box of Hungarian picture postcard records; film of Hungary; and two cans of Hungarian soil. Turmezei taught education at the College of St. Thomas (St. Paul, Minn.).
Papers (n.d.) of George B. Donus (b.1905) consist of miscellaneous published materials by and about him. Donus is a prominent Greek American poet, author, artist, and educator. Included are biographical sketches and reminiscences along with samples of his creative writing.
Papers (1954-1970) of Karoly Hokky (1888-197?), a Hungarian American educator, include correspondence, especially with Maria Ugron Podhorszky; papers; and writings. Hokky served in both the Czechoslovak and Hungarian parliaments as a representative from the Carpatho-Ruthenian area before his escape following World War II.
Papers (1946-1957) of Matthew Stachiw (1895-1978) include announcements, flyers, and miscellany on Ukrainian American activities, and a copy of "Ohliad boievoi diial'nosty na ukrains'kykh zemlialch zaniatykh Pol'shcheiu za 1922-yi rik" (Overview of Battle Activities on Ukrainian lands Occupied by Poland in 1922).