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The collection consists of the personal papers of Anatole Mazour and includes correspondence, manuscripts, articles and reprints, journals and magazines, souvenir programs, travel information, newspaper clippings, photographs, and oversized materials. The majority of the materials relate to Mazour's research on Russian history and culture.
The collection contains correspondence, articles and official publications by U.S. Congress, the Charter 77 Movement (in Czech), and other institutions and organizations. The materials cover the Charter 77 movement from its beginning to its end in the middle of the 1980s.
The collection consists of personal papers of Henry J. John including correspondence, translations, publications, biographical materials and photographs. The majority of the collection relates to John's medical career and his interest in literature and graphic arts.
The collection consists of the German typescript of Hilda Vitzthum's biography as well as an English translation of the first chapter. Also included in the collection are publication announcements for her biography and a few brief biographical sketches. Vitzthum's biography describes her experiences as a communist living in both Austria and the Soviet Union and her struggle to survive eight years in a forced labor camp in Siberia.
The inside cover of this volume of handwritten outlines and sermons is inscribed, “Predigten von John Chr. Feil, Kansas City, Feb. 11, 1866.” The script is difficult to read and may be in German.
The collection consists of the personal papers of Joseph Josten and includes correspondence, photographs, various subject files, news clippings, and newspapers. The materials relate mainly to Josten's work as a journalist during and after World War II.
The collection consists of photocopies only. Includes a military passport, work book, birth certificate, school release certificate, and home certificate of Czech immigrant Josef Krhounek to the United States circa 1905. Also included are photocopied travel documents for Franz Krefei to travel from Bohemia to the United States in 1879. Anna Stechova's birth certificate, marriage certificate of Jakub Vaniata and Anna Stechova. The documents are in English, Czech, and German languages.
The Fedde Papers include correspondence, biographical materials, newspaper articles, personal memorabilia, photographs, and materials related to the history and 50th anniversary of the University of Nebraska Home Economics Department.
The papers include correspondence, lectures and papers, publications, and materials related to community development along with some items related to the military occupation of Germany, circa 1948.
The collection consists of leaves illustrating printing samples and incunabula from the period between 1450 and 1500, or items produced before the creation and use of moveable type.