|Abstract:||Collection consists of materials pertaining to Karen Freeze's work on the Czech immigration chapter in the Harvard Encyclopedia of American Ethnic Groups (1980).|
|Quantity:||1 lin. ft.|
Collection acquired from Karen Freeze in 2008.
Folder 1 (1978-1979) Correspondence regarding requests for information to be used in preparation of an entry on the Czech immigrants in the United States for the HARVARD ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN ETHNIC GROUPS. The requests are generally addressed to officers of various Czech American organizations.
Folder 2 (1970-1980) Materials documenting Czech American heritage and activities in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Included are fliers, brochures, postcards and also the following documents: Evaluation Summary Czech Ethnic Heritage Studies, Kirkwood Community College Curriculum Building, Ethnic Studies and the Community, 1975 A play in One Act by Theodore Hlubucek CZECH FAMILY SUNDAY DINNER
Folder 3 (n.d.) Miscellaneous materials pertaining to Czech Americans in Cleveland, Ohio; Berwyn, Illinois; Wilber, Nebraska; Texas.
Folder 4 Photocopied articles on Czech immigration by others
Folders 5-8 Photocopied statistical information pertaining to immigration from the Czech lands. Various sources including INS records.
Pamphlets, event programs and organizational brochures.
Oversize Box 1
Statistical data regarding Czech immigration to the United States.
The Freeze, Karen collection is available for public research.
The Freeze, Karen collection is the physical property of the Immigration History Research Center Archives, University of Minnesota.
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The Freeze, Karen Papers, Czech / Bohemian American Collection, IHRC Archives, University of Minnesota
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