International Institute of Minnesota, Records,

1920-1971

Immigration History Research Center
University of Minnesota

| Provenance/Processing | Biographical Sketch | Scope and Content | Preliminary Container List


IHRC # 64
Records, ca. 1920-1971

42 linear feet (23 boxes)

Inventory



 

Provenance/Processing

        The records of the International Institute of Minnesota were deposited in the Immigration History Research Center in June 1975.  They were secured through the efforts of Rudolph J. Vecoli, director of the Center, and Robert Hoyle, executive director of the Institute. This inventory was prepared by Mary Erickson in 1982, and formatted for the Internet by Student Assistant Paul Bowman and Assistant Curator Daniel Necas in 2002.
 

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Biographical Sketch

        In December 1919 a group of middle-class, native-born women in St. Paul, serving on the local board of the Young Women's Christian Association, developed a program designed to help immigrant women become assimilated into the older community.  Located in an abandoned saloon -called "Jake's Place" at 584 Rice Street, the International Institute of St. Paul began its services to the city's foreign-born women.  The Institute received funding from the YWCA, and its staff consisted of "Old Stock" and new American nationality workers.

        During the 1920s the Institute offered English and citizenship classes, casework, services, and activities for the nationality communities in St. Paul.  Sometime in the early 1930s, due to budget cuts, "Jake's Place" was closed and the Institute relocated in the basement of the YWCA with only one regular worker.  The first executive director, Alice L. Sickels, came in 1931.  Under her direction the Institute experienced much growth in casework, educational programs, and community activities.  This period also witnessed the emergence of the St. Paul Festival of Nations, later to become a symbol for what the Institute had been doing.

        In 1938 the St. Paul Institute broke away from the YWCA.  The reasons for this reflected national occurrences, as it was a time when International Institutes across the country were emerging from the YWCA.  This happened as a result of expanding their programs into casework and folk arts, including men in the program, and serving large numbers of non-Protestants.

        The St. Paul Institute defined itself as a non-political, inter-faith, inter-racial social agency with an open membership of both foreign and native-born.  It was primarily concerned with helping the foreign-born adjust to American life and preserve their cultural heritage for all America.  This was to be accomplished through an integrated program of casework, education, and groupwork.  The term "groupwork" referred to individual and group activities appropriate to the needs of the individual and group.

        Casework services were provided in the years before World War II for the resident foreign-born population of St. Paul.  The Institute helped many immigrants to complete the naturalization process.  In addition to the naturalization cases, the Institute's special expertise in immigration law was used to resolve questions of alienage, to help St. Paul's new arrivals obtain money deposited in foreign banks, and to assist in the disposition of inherited property.  Reunion of long-separated families was another area of Institute activity.  During the war years, casework services involved the initial settlement of displaced persons in the city.  The Institute became active in the relocation of Japanese Americans from the Pacific Coast.  In September 1942, with the help of the War Relocation Authority, the Institute established a city-wide committee to aid in the resettlement from the camps and serve as a clearinghouse of information about jobs, housing, and the attitudes of the city's residents.

        In the post-war years, casework services continued to involve settlement of displaced persons.  The Institute participated in the Special Project with the International Refugee Organization (SPIRO), helping displaced persons of mixed religious marriages find housing, jobs, and friends in St. Paul.  In the 1950s the Institute became active with Hungarian refugees and in the 1960s with the Cuban refugees.

        Closely related to casework services were educational classes and services offered by the Institute.  As early as the 1920s English classes and citizenship classes were offered.  By 1927 the Institute was sponsoring receptions for new citizens, often in conjunction with a civic organization.  In the 1950s the Institute began instruction in foreign languages.  Before this time, however, the Institute provided translation services for the foreign-born in St. Paul.  In the post-war years the Institute staff and community volunteers translated many letters to the local chapter of the Red Cross from the foreign-born in St. Paul providing information on friends and family.

        Groupwork services and activities include a variety of programs such as foreign film features, foreign food luncheons, the Street Party, the Pan-American Fiesta, folk arts fairs, and world acquaintance tours.  One of the most important activities was and is the Festival of Nations.  The Festival began in 1932, under the direction of Alice Sickels.  In thirteen years she helped to create six festivals, under her guidance the St. Paul Festival became one of three nationally-known community festivals, along with Cleveland and New York.  Other emphasis on the folk arts included folk crafters guilds and folk dance classes.  Annual events such as costume balls, nationality dinners, open houses, and concerts were also popular.  The Institute promoted the formation of many groups and clubs, and allowed other national and international groups to use their facilities.

        From 1938 to 1957 the responsibility for this integrated program of casework, education and groupwork lay with two governing bodies of the Institute: the Membership Council and the Board of Directors.  The Membership Council, consisting of representatives chosen by the nationality groups, was responsible for initiating and planning programs. The Board of Directors, elected by the Membership Council, was responsible for determining policies of the Institute.

        During the 1940s tension developed between the two bodies due to postwar problems and the shift of clientele to emphasize second and later generations.  With problems of funding during the 1950s, conflict between the two bodies increased.  Council members felt they were more concerned with fundraising than the needs of the groups.  Feeling they did most of the work, the Council desired more authority.  The solution for these problems came in a new set of by-laws in 1957.  The Membership Council was merged with the Board of Directors.  The Board was to be elected by the membership at large.

        There have been at least eight executive secretaries or executive directors of the International Institute between 1931 and 1982.  During the Institute's first decade the Board of Directors provided much of the leadership.  With the coming of Alice Sickels began the creation of a strong executive.  The directors of the Institute include:
 

Alice L. Sickels               1931-1944
Eloise Tanner                  1944-1947
Winfred Flannagan          1947-1953
Martha Steinmetz            1953-1955
Walter Frontczak            1956-1960
Grace Collins                  1960-1967
Edith Rock                     1967-1970
Robert Hoyle                  1970-
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Scope and Content

        The records of the International Institute of Minnesota consist of ten linear feet of fully processed office files, twelve linear feet of unprocessed music and travel literature, and twenty-one linear feet of unprocessed case files.  The case files are closed to research.

        The office files consist of correspondence, imprints, photographs, and miscellaneous papers beginning in the 1920s but concentrated from 1939 to 1971.  They document a wide range of Institute activities, but the Festival of Nations is underrepresented because most of those files remain in the Institute for continuing programmatic use.  This is the organization of the office files:

I.          Administrative Records (Folders 1-20)
II.         Educational Program (Folders 21-35)
III.        Department Records (Folders 36-68)
IV.       Group Services and Activities (Folders 69-179)
V.         Special Programs, Projects and Publications (Folders 180-227)
VI.       Community and National Contacts (Folders 228-343)
VII.      Publicity (Folders 344-351)
VIII.    Miscellaneous (Folders 352-382)
 
 

Mary Erickson
1982

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Preliminary Container List

 
Box # Folder # Title and Description of Folder Date
1 1 Articles of association 1954 Mar.
2 Articles of incorporation 1938 Oct. 26
3 By-laws 1957 Jan., 1960 Dec. 12
4 Committee Functions 1961 Mar. 20, 1969 Feb.
5 Statement on program 1963 Nov., 1966
6 Statement of purpose 1966
7 Membership brochures and applications 1957, 1960
8 Board of directors -- lists and correspondence 1958-1960, 1967, 1969-1970
9 Personnel Policies 1959 Sep.
10 "This is Our Story" budget hearing 1966
11 Fee policies 1947-1955
12 Cash receipts 1961
13 Budget comparison 1969 Aug.
14 Annual meeting -- reports, programs, correspondence and publicity 1940-1943, 1954-1956,
1960-1962, 1968
15 Annual Reports 1943-1944, 1954-1955,
1958-1960, 1969
16 Committee Lists 1959-1961
17 Group committee minutes and reports 1964, 1969-1970
18 Polish Millennium--minutes, correspondence and programs 1966
19 Public relations committee minutes 1960
20 Volunteer committee organization no date
    English Classes
2 21         Guidebook for teachers no date
22         Proficiency certificates no date
23         Publication, "News for You" 1960, 1962-1963
    Citizenship Classes
24         Educational Aids no date
25         Citizenship tests -- student lists 1952-1953
26         Lesson plans 1959-1960
27         Student speeches and letters 192
28         Teachers' ratings 1941 May 9
    Foreign Language Classes
29         Class schedules 1962-1963, 1967-1968
    Specialized Services
30         Tutors -- application forms 1961-1962
31         Language laboratory manual 1963 Aug.
32         Orientation program, "Student coffee hours" 1961
    New Citizens Reception
33         Reception reports 1927-1944
34         Reception programs and correspondence 1950-1970
35         Scrapbook -- letters, clippings, programs and correspondence 1937-1945
    Education Department
3 36         Pupil lists 1953-1957, 1963
37         Education committee minutes and reports 1953, 1958, 1961-1963
38         Educational director -- Annual reports 1957-1960
39         Educational director -- Files 1943, 1960-1963
40         Education financial reports  1953-1963
41         Executive secretary files 1936, 1943
42         Subcommittee on Adult Education and Americanization of Council
        of Social Agencies -- minutes and reports
1943
    Casework Department
43         Casework aids and forms 1933, 1951
44         Casework committee minutes and reports 1950-1951, 1959,1960, 1962
45         Correspondence and lists 1941-1945, 1951-1956, 1959-1960
46         Casework reports 1950-1952
47         Case histories 1946, 1952, 1954, 1957
48         Home visitor program -- forms 1962
49         Location service forms 1945
50         Relocation study survey 1964-1965
51         Immigration clarification information 1961
52         Statistical reports 1958-1966, 1969
    Activities Department
4 53         Activities director files 1958-1970
54         Correspondence 1962-1963, 1966, 1970
55-60         Activities committee minutes 1951-1963
61-63         Activities reports 1950-1955, 1957
64         Hospitality Homes program and correspondence 1969
65         Sample forms for group activities no date
66-67         Statistical reports 1958-1961, 1965, 1969
5 68         Daysheet and statistical reports 1970
    Current Program Areas
        Foreign film features
69             Correspondence--film distributors 1954, 1957, 1960-1961, 1963
70-71             Correspondence--general 1961-1963
72             Film brochures 1962-1963
73             Film committee minutes 1962-1963
74             Ticket sales 1962-1963
75             Foreign food luncheon brochures 1962-1968
        Street Party
76             Committee minutes 1962-1963
77             Brochures and participants 1965-1968
78 Junior Folk Festival correspondence and programs 1962-1963, 1965-1966
79-81 Pan-American Fiesta committee minutes, 
correspondence, programs and brochures
1962-1963, 1965-1966, 1967, 1970
        Folk Arts Fair
6 82-85             Committee minutes, brochures, correspondence, finance, press releases, work schedules and clippings 1945, 1948-1949, 1956-1957, 1959, 1960-1961, 1965-1966
86             Floor plan 1965 Nov., 1966
87-90 Christmas parties--programs, clippings, finance,
committee minutes, correspondence and brochures
1954, 1957-1960, 1962
    World Acquaintance Tours
91         Tours 1955--final report (tour of Science Museum and St. Paul Gallery of Art) 1955 May 21
92-93         Tours 1963--notes, correspondence, programs, brochures (Interfaith Church tour with progressive dinner, Red Wing tour) 1963
94         Tours 1964--programs, correspondence, registrations (Eyographic Holy Land tour, Interfaith Church tour) 1964
95         Tours 1965--programs, correspondence, brochures (Interfaith Church tour, Scandinavian Acquaintance tour, Holy Land museum tour) 1965
96         Tour committee--minutes, notes and clippings 1965
97         Tours, 1966--notes, programs and lists (Interfaith Church tour, St. John's University tour) 1966
98         Tours 1967--notes, programs, correspondence and clippings (Folkcrafter tour, Interfaith Church tour with progressive dinner) 1967
99         Tours 1969-1970--programs, lists, notes, brochures, correspondence  (Stillwater tour, school tours of the Institute) 1969
100         Tours 1970, planning stages--notes, correspondence, brochures (International Institute tours; Nordic Fest-Decorah, Iowa; Maywood tour-Rochester) 1970
    Groups and Clubs (Under Direct Group Work Staff Supervision)
7 101-103         Young Adult Club--evaluations, publicity releases, lists and correspondence, brochures, purpose, attendance 1963,1964,1966,1967
104         Teens International -- Correposndence, lists, attendance records, registration forms 1963
        Couples Club
105             Notes, lists, brochures 1962-1963
106             Couples group recording and evaluation 1970
        Children's Program
107-113             Notes, correspondence, clippings, programs, committee minutes, press releases, brochures 1951-1953, 1958-1967
114-115             Registration forms 1963-1964
116-117             Program committee minutes and correspondence, notes 1957-1959, 1960-1962,
1964
118 International Neighbors Program -- notes, lists, correspondence and programs 1961
        Cuban Circle
119-120             Recordings and evaluations, lists, notes, correspondence, committee minutes, programs 1964, 1967
121             Mailing lists 1963-1964
    Folk Arts
122         Folk Crafters Guild brochures 1962, 1965-1968
123         Folk dancing programs, notes and brochures 1959-1961
    Nationality Clubs and Groups
125-126         Nationality clubs--reports, correspondence, clippings 1954-1955
        El Quijote Club
127-128             Correspondence, notes, lists, recordings and evaluations 1963, 1965-1970
129             Brochures 1965-1970
9 130             By-laws no date
131         French Club lists and meeting minutes 1965
132         Mexican Club--group meeting recordings, attendance records, correspondence and brochures 1965-1967, 1969-1970
133         Latin American Club--constitution, correspondence and brochures 1964
134         International Hi Club--correspondence, lists and brochures 1961-1962
        International Social Club
135             Correspondence, lists, attendance records, form 1959-1961
136             Activities questionnaire 1963 Mar. 15
        Club overview
137             International leaders--committee minutes and lists 1965
138             Club leaders--notes, lists and correspondence 1966
139             Nationality Cotmcil--lists and correspondence 1970
140             Group policies 1960, 1967, 1969
141             Group members'names and addresses 1965-1969
    Annual Events
142         Arts and crafts exhibits--correspondence, clippings, press releases, lists, paper on the folk arts 1953-1956
143-144         Costume balls--programs, press releases, clippings, committee minutes, correspondence, finance lists 1937-1951,
1960-1961
145-148         Folk balls--programs, tickets, brochures, press releases, clippings, correspondence, committee minutes 1953-1955, 1956-1957,
1958, 1960-1961
10 149         Food programs--correspondence, programs, brochures, committee minutes 1959-1960
150         Friday Folknite--brochures, notes, clipping 1961
151         Handicraft programs--clipping, brochures, press releases 1954-1957
152         International programs--brochures, clippings, pictures, correspondence 1937-1946
153         Music programs--Brochures, clippings, press releases, correspondence 1954-1960
        Nationality dinners
154-155             Brochures, clippings, program planning records 1957-1962
156             Slavic dinner brochures and notes 1965
157             Scandinavian Smorgasbord--brochures, notes, clippings, correspondence 1956, 1965-1967
        Open House
158             Correspondence 1968-1969
159             Attendance and guest register 1969-1970
160             Brochures, group meeting recordings, notes, clippings 1961, 1966, 1968-1970
161         Pop concerts--brochures, correspondence and clippings
162-164         Tamburitzans--brochures, clippings, notes, correspondence, publicity posters, finance 1954, 1956-1958, 1959,
1960-1961
11 165-166         U.N. programs--brochures, lists, and clippings 1953,1955,1960
167         Used article sales--brochures, notes, volunteer lists, press releases 1961-1962
168         Valentine dance--programs, clippings, brochures 1958-1959
    Volunteers
169         Correspondence and lists 1969-1970
170         Records and schedules 1969-1970
171         Fiftieth anniversary program and register 1970
        Volunteer lists
172             Children's program 1963
173-174             Folk Arts Fair 1962-1963, 1965-1967
175             New Citizens Reception 1962-1963
176             Pan-American Fiesta 1966
177             Street Party 1963-1964, 1965-1967
178         Nationality dinners--directions for volunteers no date
179         Miscellaneous volunteer lists 1966
12  180         Fortieth Anniversary Ball--programs, correspondence, lists, clippings, press releases, reports 1960
181         Anniversary programs 1939, 1944, 1948
        Festival of Nations
182             Financial reports 1942
183             Food Market reports 1952
184             Ticket reports 1952
185-186             Correspondence 1958, 1961
187             Market minutes and correspondence 1961
188             Committee minutes and correspondence 1960-1961
189             Floor plans 1961
190             Cash receipts 1961
191             Lists of members and related agencies 1958-1959, 1961
192             Correspondence, lists and statement of purpose 1964
193             Publicity poster 1955
194-196             Newspaper clippings 1961, 1964
197-198             Photographs 1939, 1955, 1967
13 199         Interim study project--correspondence and paper on Mexico 1970
200         Mexican survey-lists and report 1935-1936
201         Mexican study--lists, reports, and correspondence 1944-1946
202         Czech survey 1930
203         Stock-Hungarian survey 1930
204-207         War Relocation Program for Japanese-- correspondence, directories of counselors, articles about Japanese, committee minutes of the Protestant church commission for Japanese service 1942-1945
        Cuban refugees
208             Education--student lists and correspondence 1962 Jul.-Aug.
209             Occupations and employment procedures--forms and lists 1962-1963
210             Cuban "Flights" resettlement program--brochures, procedures and clippings, press release, correspondence 1962-1963
211             Cuban groups--lists, correspondence and programs 1964
212             Hearings U.S. Senate--correspondence and lists 1963
213             Welfare services and assistance--statement of program 1963
214             Organizational meeting--minutes and correspondence, clippings 1963-1964
14 215             Registrations 1962
216-219             Special Committee on Cuban Refugees--correspondence, committee minutes, notes 1962-1963
220-222             Refugee correspondence and lists 1950, 1955-1956,
1960, 1962-1963
223             Refugee general information--correspondence, brochures 1962
224         Nationality News publication--drafts 1969 Sept.-Dec.
        Program overview
225             Program planning committee--minutes and reports, notes, calendars 1963
226             Program planning forms, lists and brochures 1961 Jan.-June
227             "Program scripts" 1954-1955
    ACNS
15 228-231         Correspondence--general 1960, 1962-1964
232         Correspondence--immigration laws 1960, 1962-1969
233         Correspondence--Negro antagonism 1967
234         Correspondence--organization policies 1960, 1962
235         Correspondence--refugees 1964
236         "Fee Study--ACNS 1967" 1967
237         "ACNS National Budget and Consulation Committee" no date
238         National conference programs and papers 1960, 1962, 1968
239         Nationality survey and member agency self-survey 1965
240 American Friends Service Committee bulletin 1962, 1964
241 "Anti-Defamation League--Bulletin" 1965 Oct.
242 "Application for Federal Employment" 1961 Mar.
243 Bureau of Catholic Charities, St. Paul--correspondence 1952 June 16
244-246 Bureau of Indian Affairs publications 1965-1966
247-248 "Casework Council"--minutes, reports, and lists 1963-1966
16 249 "Catholic Interracial Council of the Twin Cities" correspondence 1965, 1969
250 "Central Towers" brochure no date
251 "Cleveland International Program for Youth Leaders and Social Workers, Inc." correspondence and reports 1962
252 "College, University and the Foreign Student" manual 1962-1963
253 "Continuing Education of Women, Minnesota Plan" brochure no date
254 "Cuban Refugee Family Information Forms" 1967
255 Donaldson's-downtown Minneapolis--holiday program 1965 Dec. 2
256 Directories (Summer Camp, Minnesota World Affairs Center, Macalester College, Interclub Council, Minneapolis Council of Civic Clubs, and Executives for Minnesota Protestant Churches and Related Agencies) 1959-1962
257 "Economic Opportunity Program" memorandum 1965
258 "Employment Abroad--U.S. Chamber of Commerce" brochure no date
259 "Employment Trends--Minesota State Employment Service" forms 1967 June 19
260 An Experiment in International Living correspondence 1969
261 "Family Centered Project--U.N." correspondence and reports 1961-1964
262 "Foreign Medical Graduates Education Council" brochure 1963 Sept.
263 Foreign students--publicity clippings and lists 1958-1960
264-265 "Group Services and Recreation Council"--correspondence, committee minutes and reports 1963
266 "Hamm Memorial Psychiatric Clinic"--statement of purpose no date
267 Community Health and Welfare Council--building plans for the International Institute 1970
268 "Indemnification Forms" 1966
    Immigration and Naturalization Service
269-272         Citizenship lists 1936-1947
17  273-274         Correspondence 1940-1942, 1946,
1951-1952, 1954-1955
275-279         "New arrivals" lists 1946-1951, 1959, 1965
280 "Information and Referral Service for Home Care" newsletter 1967 Nov.-Dec.
281 Inter-Club Council of St. Paul--correspondence 1959,1968,1970
282 "International and Foreign Relations Centers" correspondence 1954,1959
283 "International Social Service American Branch" annual report 1966
284-286 "Leisure Time Activities Council"--committee minutes, lists, reports 1960-1962
287 "Macalester College" application forms 1960
18 288 "Minneapolis Council of Americanization" bulletin 1959, 1961
    "Minnesota Commission Against Discrimination"
289         Correspondence and committee minutes 1966, 1967
290-291         Cases 1966
292 Minnesota Council on Family Relations correspondence 1969 Sept. 17
293 Minnesota Displaced Persons Commission correspondence 1949-1950
294 Minnesota Human Rights Conference 1970
295 "Minnesota State Employment Service (Employment Trends)" newsletter 1965 June 1
296 "Minnesota Welfare" Ramsey County Welfare Department report 1964
297 "Minnesota World Affairs Center"--minutes, reports, correspondence 1957-1962
298 "The NAFSA Newsletter" (National Association of Foreign Student Advisors) 1963
299 The NASW Bulletin (National Association of Social Workers) 1967
300-307 "National Conference on Social Welfare"--conference papers, programs, bulletins, and correspondence 1955, 1958, 1960,
1964, 1966, 1967
19 308 "Neighborhood Youth Corps Jewish Vocational Service" correspondence 1967
309 New York State Conference on Social Work conference papers 1930, 1932
310 Pacific Area Regional Conference of International Institutes program 1962
311 "Polish Social Service Bureau" correspondence 1947
312 Ramsey County Welfare Department--volunteer program correspondence 1961-1962
313-317 "American Red Cross" correspondence 1946-1948
318 "St. Paul Adult Education Council"-- committee minutes and correspondence 1956, 1958
319 St. Paul Bureau of Parks and Recreation schedules no date
320 "St. Paul Medical Center" brochure 1964
321 School programs in Twin Cities correspondence 1959
322 Senior citizens programs--brochures and corresondence 1954-1956,
1959-1960, 1962
    SPIRO (Special Project in conjunction with International Refugee Organization)
323-324         Master list of clients and occupational indexes 1951
20 325-327         Correspondence 1951-1952
328-329         Financial statements 1951-53
330-331         Listings no date
332         Statement of purpose and contacts 1951
333-334         Newsletters 1951-1952
335 "TCIP--Twin Cities International Program for Youth Leaders and Social Workers" correspondence 1966
336 United HIAS Service statistical abstracts 1965-1966, 1969
337 United Nations correspondence 1961-1970
338 "United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees" application forms no date
21 339-340 United States immigration legislation--correspondence, resolutions of the International Institute concerning the Hart Bill and National Origins Quota System 1962-1963,
1965, 1969
341 "Vocational Technical Education" paper by John E. Harmon no date
342 "Volunteer Services Study" Greater St. Paul Case Work Council 1966 Jan. 24
343 "World Refugee Year" U.S. Committee for Refugees--correspondence 1959-1960
344-348 News releases--covering various International Institute events  1954, 1959-1960,
1962-1963, 1964,
1966-1967
349 Publicity resources 1958-1959
350 Publicity newspaper clippings 1947-1949, 1960-1963, 1964-1966
351 Publicity photos 1960
22 352-361 Other International Institutes--correspondence and brochures
(Metropolitan Detroit, Duluth, Flint, Mich., Los Angeles, Milwaukee, San Francisco, Toledo, St. Louis, Buffalo, N.Y., Boston/Lawrence, Mass., and Philadelphia/Erie, Penn.)
1952, 1954-1962,
1967-1968
362 YWCA (Young Women's Christian Association)--brochures and newsletters 1960-1961
363 YWCA personnel service study 1937-1940
364 Evaluation of physical facilities of the International Institute--forms no date
365 Guest registers 1962
366 Miscellaneous policies 1958, 1961
367 Inventories 1961-1962
368 Auditorium plats 1958
369 Miscellaneous tickets and brochures 1953-1961
23 370 International Institute forms no date
371 Clubs in the Twin Cities--general information 1959-1960
372 Holiday program ideas no date
373 Nationality holidays lists no date
374 Foreign societies lists 1946 May
375 Puerto Rican migrants--general information and paper by Joseph Monserrat 1957
376 American Indian literature--correspondence and fact sheets 1956, 1963, 1967
377 Costume narrations no date
378 Community resources lists no date
379 Clippings of ethnic activities in the Twin Cities 1962-1965
380 Readings in casework and social services 1947, 1951,
1953, 1958
381 Readings in immigration 1946-1947,
1956-1957
382 Immigration information including statistics 1940-1959


 

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