American Latvian Association in the United States
Records, 1943-1973. 2 ft. The American Latvian Association in the United States was founded in 1951 for "promotion of the cause of Latvia's independence; preservation of Latvian culture; preservation of the Latvian people themselves; and... assistance to the Latvians in distress." The records of the association include minutes, correspondence, reports, proposals, and miscellaneous items. In English. Register available. Gift of the organization.
American Latvian Association
Photographs, 1946-1969. 22 prints. Lietuv, Mannheim and Berchtesgaden displaced persons camps (1946-1949), Dombrovski family, banquet and commemorative medal; United States and Germany. Gift of the organization.
American National Lettish Organization, Philadelphia Local
Records, 1920. 1 volume. The collection consists of a manuscript book containing notes and lists of members. In Latvian. Register available. Gift of Carmen Valentino.
Latvian Evangelical Lutheran Church of St. John
Records, 1897-1936. .25 ft. The collection contains letters, marriage licenses, and financial records from this Philadelphia church. In Latvian and English. Register available. Gift of Mrs. Vilma Silins.
Photographs, n.d. 20 prints. World War II resettlement camps, voyage to the United States, family groups and Latvian social groups; Virginia, Delaware, and Germany. Gift of Roberts Lidums.
Papers, 1908-1913. 1 folder. This collection consists of three passports, five related documents, and a receipt in the names of Julie Meister and her brother John. In Latvian, Russian, and French. Register available. Gift of Carmen Valentino.
Newspaper, 1955, 1958. 1 reel. Published semiweekly in Boston, Massachusetts by Amerikas Vestnesis, Inc., beginning in 1955. In Latvian
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