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Collection acquired from the Estonian Archives in the U.S.A., Lakewood, New Jersey, in 2003-2005. It was processed in May 2013 by Peeter Väljas and Aet Tran-Tõnissoo of the National Archives of Estonia in Tallinn, working with IHRC Archivist Daniel Necas.
Leonid Trett (Tretjakevitš; Tretjakewič) 1905 Tallinn - 1990 Adelaide, Austraalia, married 1937, wife Lydia, daughter Maia, sons Tiit and Viktor Writer; playwright; translator; lawyer; journalist Studied in Tallinn Aleksandri Gymnasium (Estonia), Narva 2. Gymnasium (Estonia) graduated in 1923,in Law faculty of Tartu University,graduated in 1927 Worked as head of economic affairs (in building firm R. Treubeck and V. Tretjakevitš) and as lawyer in Tallinn. In 1941 was mobilized into the Red Army, was captured as prisoner of war in Hanko base. - 1942-1944 worked in Tallinn. 1944 left to Germany, 1949 immigrated to Australi, where worked as an official and as a lawyer. Organizations: Newspaper Meie Kodu (Australia) correspondent, leading writer Baltic Committee (Australia) - member, chairman Adelaide´i Estonian Society (Australia) - member, chairman
Three (3) folders : Folder : Photocopies of Estonian newspaper "Eesti Sõna" ("Estonian Word") 1943 Folder : Texts of the radiobroadcast for the Voice of America by H.Raudsepp 1962 - 1967 Folder: Texts of the radiobroadcast for the Voice of America by H.Raudsepp 1956 -1961 were removed to the collection IHRC 3769 Raudsepp, Harald
Archive consists of 2 folders.
The Tret, Leonid collection is available for public research.
The Tret, Leonid collection is the physical property of the Immigration History Research Center Archives, University of Minnesota.
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The Tret, Leonid Papers, Estonian American Collection, IHRC Archives, University of Minnesota
BOX 1. Tret, Leonid
|FOLDER 1. Manuscript of the play: "Eesti sonaat" ("Estonian sonata") 1967|
|Manuscript with dedication note to H. Raudsepp|
|FOLDER 2. Manuscript of the play: "Torm Kadriorus" ("Storm in Kadriorg") 1967|