|Abstract:||Jaak Vilms- son , Else- wife, 3 sons. Family left Estonia 1944, reunited in Germany - DP Camp Augsberg, emigrated to US Seabrook farms, N.J., Parents University graduates became focal to cultural life among the Estonian émigrés in Seabrook NJ incl. ethnic school, church etc. Meticulous records of activities organizations and outreach to other ethnic communities. Active in their fraternal/sorority endeavors. Newspaper clippings. By-laws, lists of members, participants, programs, ticket stubs, lectures, presentations, statistics, correspondence. A microcosm of one group of Estonians in summary. Genealogical tree for Vilms - 1789-1999 - a great deal from Viljandi, Estonia.|
|Quantity:||6 ln ft|
Collection acquired from the Estonian Archives in the U.S.A., Lakewood, New Jersey, in 2003-2005.
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The Vilms, Albert Papers, Estonian American Collection, Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota