|Abstract:||9 folders - Personal documents, Correspondence, checks/bills, 2 scripts of short plays, cemetery deed, funeral arrangements, memorial, death certificate|
|Quantity:||5 linear in.|
|Language:||Estonian, Russian, English|
Collection acquired from the Estonian Archives in the U.S.A., Lakewood, New Jersey, in 2003-2005. It was processed in May 2013 by Peeter Väljas and Aet Tran-Tõnissoo of the National Archives of Estonia in Tallinn, working with IHRC Archivist Daniel Necas.
Waldman, August (1894 Märjamaa, Estonia - 1974 New York ) journalist, public figure Studied in Tallinna Linna Poeglaste Kaubanduskoolis (Tallinn City Commercial College) (1911-1915) During the World War I served as orderly in Russian army, translator in Red Cross Anglo-Russian joint mission 1918 left Russia along with representatives of the British Red Cross. Reached Canada via Korea and Japani and from there moved on to New Yorki. Worked as a carpenter; Founder of magazine "Meie Tee" (1931) The first chief editor (11.06.1949 - 1969) of newspaper "Vaba Eesti Sõna“"(Free Estonian Word). Board member of the publishing firm The Nordic Press, Inc. , that was established for publishing VES in 1948 Organizations: Estonian society (in the U.S. )"Edu" (member, chairman) Ülemaailme Eesti Ühing (World association of Estonians)(founding member); Eesti Rahvuskomitee Ühendriikides (Estonian American National Council)( member of representative body )
Archive consists of 9 folders.
The Waldman, August collection is available for public research.
The Waldman, August collection is the physical property of the Immigration History Research Center Archives, University of Minnesota.
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The Waldman, August Papers, Estonian American Collection, IHRC Archives, University of Minnesota
BOX 1. Waldman, August
|FOLDER 1. Personal papers 1915-1969|
|School certificates, military service books, passport, trade-union (United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America) member cards, savings account etc.in leather post pouch|
|FOLDER 2. Notebooks (3pc) 1914-1974|
|FOLDER 3. A. Waldman´s notes about his arrival and first years in U.S not dated|
|FOLDER 4. Meeting minutes of the Estonian Society "Edu" 1926|
|FOLDER 5. Personal correspondence 1918-1968|
|FOLDER 6. Correspondence of the editorial staff of the journal "Meie Tee" 1935-1982|
|FOLDER 7. Manuscripts of musical play "Tumm kohtus" ("Mute at Court") by E. Roosaare and J. Möllmann and short play "Väliseestlaste pukett" ("Noseagy of Estonians living abroad") by A. Waldman ? 1949|
|FOLDER 8. Photocopies and newspaper clippings about A. Waldman 1954-1969|
|FOLDER 9. Death certificate, Memorial Record, obituaries and photocopies of newspaper clippings 1974|