University of Minnesota

Rozenblat, Anatoly, Papers

Finding Aid

VITRAGE

IHRC

Immigration History Research Center, College of Liberal Arts, University of Minnesota

Descriptive summary

Creator: Rozenblat, Anatoly
Dates: 1990-2004
Abstract: Collection consists of 13 bound volumes of typed memoir by Anatoly Rozenblat, covering the years 1990-2004, following his emigration from Russia and immigration to the United States. Included are also two published works by A. Rozenblat: "Rozenblat's Innovations for the 21st century" (1999) and "Statistical Analysis of Ship Speed in Waves and the Tropics" (2000).
Quantity: 1 lin.ft.
Language: Russian, English
Collection ID: IHRC3397

PROVENANCE

Collection donated to the IHRC in April 2006 - October 2011 by Anatoly Rozenblat.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

Russian-born Anatoly Rozenblat immigrated to the United States in 1990 from Russia. He studied at the Odessa Institute of Maritime Transport Engineering (BS in mechanical engineering) and at the East-West University in Chicago (BS in computer and information systems).


DESCRIPTION OF THE COLLECTION

The 13 bound volumes of Rozenblat's memoir bear the following titles:

1. Hello America!
2. The Immigration of Russian Engineer to America
3. America in True Colors
4. American Immigration
5. Five Years in the United States
6. Hello, beautiful Israel!
7. My Hard Way to the U.S. citizenship
8. Problems of creative immigrant in America
9. Ten Years later in America
10. Hello, America (combined Diary)
11. Survival of the creative immigrant in America
12. Real statistics in emigrant's life (1999-2001)
13. My life in emigration (2002-2004)

Included in the collection is also a typescript copy of Anatoly's Rozenblat's book "Soviet-American immigration of the 1990s" (791 pages, © 2011)


ACCESS RESTRICTIONS

The Rozenblat, Anatoly collection is available for public research.

OWNERSHIP & LITERARY RIGHTS

The Rozenblat, Anatoly collection is the physical property of the Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota.

For further information regarding the copyright, please contact the IHRC.


CITE AS

The Rozenblat, Anatoly Papers, Russian American Collection, Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota

Index Terms

Russian
Diaries
Transportation

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