|Creator:||Vaskov, Milan, 1894-1970.|
|Abstract:||Papers (1935-1970) of Milan Vaskov (1894-1970), a Serbian American photoengraver, include personal and business correspondence; photographs; scrapbooks; and advertisements. Correspondence consists mainly of letters of family and the Serbian newspaper Slobodna Rec (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania). Correspondents include Milan's daughter, Olga Romano, his son, Simon Vaskov, and his sister, Beatrice Petkovic.|
|Quantity:||1.3 linear ft.|
|Language:||In English and Serbian.|
Milan Vaskov (1894-1970) was a Serbian American photoengraver who lived in several cities before settling in Pittsburgh, Pa. He was born in Santa Clarya, Rumania and came to the United States in 1912.
The Vaskov, Milan collection is available for public research.
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The Vaskov, Milan Papers, Serbian American Collection, Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota
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