Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This collection contains materials pertaining to Bengston's involvement with the Scandinavian‑American socialist movement, materials about Bengston's printing firm, the System Press, Bengston's involvement with the Brynford Park Improvement Association, the original manuscript for and one copy of Bengston's book, Skandinaver på Vänsterflygeln i USA (1955), correspondence from Bengston during his 1963 trip to Sweden, and articles by Bengston for magazines and...
Scope and Contents The records of the Independent Order of Svithiod are organized by lodge, and include meeting minutes, constitution and bylaws, membership and financial records, correspondence, and programs. Included in this collection are records from the Svithiod Nursing Home and junior lodges.
Scope and Contents The records of the Independent Order of Vikings contain material in six general categories: history, administration, programs, clippings, correspondence, and music. Span dates for this series are February 1907 through May 1976, although the bulk of the records deal with the period 1959 to 1976. Much of the collection is from the files of Evert Winter, who served on the Committee on Laws (approximately 1959‑1969) and the Valhalla Home Committee (approximately 1957‑1967).
Scope and Contents The records of the Ingeborg Society consist of one box, which contains a folder of applications for membership and a ledger of members with listings of dues. The ledger is in Swedish and contains information regarding date of birth, place of birth, United States address, and occupation of the members.
Scope and Contents The records of the Norrlanders Society, spanning the years 1935‑1963, include the history and bylaws of the organization; administrative, financial, and membership records; correspondence; the booklet Bland Norrlanningar i Chicago; and clippings regarding the activities of the Society.
Scope and Contents The Olof Gottfrid Lange Papers contains the manuscript of his unfinished autobiography (1882-83), an English translation of the autobiography by Alma Lindblom (no date), and the book Life, Letters, and Posthumous Works of Fredrika Bremer (1868) presented to Lange by its editor Charlotte Bremer in 1869.
Scope and Contents The records of the Selma Jacobson Papers include personal items, correspondence, writings, subject files, clippings, and photographs. Also included are records pertaining to the Swedish Pioneer Trails Tour, Workshops, and the Swedish Pioneer Historical Society.
Scope and Contents The records of Svenska Gillet include administrative, financial, and membership records, along with history, correspondence, music and photographs. Also included are programs from special events and publications issued by the club.