Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
The records of the Chicago Chapter of the American Scandinavian Foundation include historical material as well as material on the Foundation's headquarters, the Chicago chapter, and invitations. The records span the years 1946 to 1979.
The Carl Hjalmar Lundquist Papers consist of personal papers, correspondence, and other records that span Lundquist's legal matters, personal correspondence, public speeches, clippings and scrapbooks, and personal papers in the form of a diary.
The records of the Central Swedish Committee span the years 1960‑1985 and contain material in six general categories: administration, finance, membership, correspondence, programs, and clippings.
The records of Club Dalarna in Chicago are organized into five categories: organizational structure and history, finance, correspondence, clippings, and publications. The records are almost entirely in the Swedish language and span the dates 1917-1982.
This collection contains articles, mailings, catalogs, and other material related to the Swedish American Art Exhibition. This collection also includes a list of artwork that includes artist name, title of artwork, medium, date it was cataloged in the Swedish American Art Exhibition catalog, and whether the image appeared in the catalog.
The records of the Gotland Society include financial and membership records, constitution and bylaws, correspondence, programs, and clippings. Also included are club publications and manuscripts.
The Hegborn-Nelson Family Collection contains the personal records of John P. Nelson and children. It includes correspondence, official papers, personal papers, memoirs, photographs, and a variety of other materials.