Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies Library
Finnish American Historical Archive and Museum
Topics include his early life in Chisholm; working in mines; strikes; recreation; Minnesota Power Company; preserving customs; ethnic relations; and a fire
University of Washington
Professor of sociology, University of Washington
Finnish American Historical Archive and Museum
Topics include his birth in Sweden; reasons for Scandinavian emigration to the Upper Peninsula; his work in the mines; labor unions; the Italian Hall disaster; ethnic relations; and the French in Lake Linden
University of Washington
University of Washington sociologist who acquired ephemera about the evacuation of Japanese Americans from the West Coast in 1942.
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, Libraries
Consists of seven oral history interviews conducted in 1990 with Jewish merchants and their descendants who were active on Milwaukee's Polish South Side. Interviews contain information on inter-ethnic relations, anti-Semitism, the experience of Jewish immigrants, and conducting business with immigrant clientele. Transcripts, although not complete, exist for each interview.
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, Libraries
Consists of seven oral history interviews conducted by Mink with Jewish merchants and their descendants who were active in Milwaukee's Polish south side. Interviews contain information on inter-ethnic relations, anti-semitism, and the experience of Jewish immigrants, and conducting business with the immigrant clientele. Transcripts, although not complete, exist for each interview
Stanford University - Hoover Institution Library and Archives
Newsletters, annual reports, pamphlets, clippings, and printed matter, relating to human rights and ethnic relations in Latvia. Collected by the Latvian Center for Human Rights and Ethnic Studies. Includes neo-fascist literature, and some issuances of the Latvian Center for Human Rights and Ethnic Studies.
Maine Historical Society
Typescript interviews with Shana Tinkle of Portland, Me. (Jan. 29, 2003); Julius and Charlotte Goos (Oct 20, 2004); Natalie Cohen (Oct. 27, 2004); Milt, Todd, and Cathy Adelman (Oct. 11, 2004); and Helene Meyrowitz (June 29, 2004) -- Topics represented include Jews in Maine and Jewish teenagers in Maine; and ethnic relations in Maine
Stanford University - Hoover Institution Library and Archives
The Donald Rothchild papers consist of writings, research materials, and printed matter, all of which relate to Rothchild’s lengthy career as a political scientist. A specialist in the study of modern African politics and society, Rothchild had a particular interest in civil conflict and ethnic relations in post-independence African states and his research interests are reflected in the collection.