|Creator:||Serb National Federation. Jedinstvo (Cleveland, Ohio)|
|Abstract:||Records (1923-1959) of Jedinstvo consist of rules and by-laws.|
|Quantity:||5 microfilm reels.|
|Language:||In Serbian and English.|
Jedinstvo was founded in 1920 when two lodges split from the group Sloga. Jedinstvo was formed by the groups Srpsko Drustvo Jedinstvo (Chicago), Srpsko Drustvo Sveti Sava (Cleveland) and Srpsko Drustvo Jedinstvo (Los Angeles). The other group organized as Srpski Savez Svesna Srbadija, with headquarters in New York City. Jedinstvo was a social, educational and mutual benefit society. In 1963, it merged with the Serb National Federation.
The Serb National Federation collection is available for public research.
The Serb National Federation collection is the physical property of the Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota.
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The Serb National Federation Records, Serbian American Collection, Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota
Related Serb National Federation collections at the IHRC are: Records of National Office (Pittsburgh, Pa.); Srbobran (Pittsburgh, Pa.); Sloga (New York, N.Y.); Sloboda (Pittsburgh, Pa.); Srbadija (New York, N.Y.); Srbobran-Sloga (Pittsburgh, Pa.); Oblich (Chicago, Ill.).
|Serbian Americans--Ohio--Cleveland--Societies, etc.|
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