Society records and collected papers, 1854-1962 (bulk 1905-1951).


Swedish Historical Society of America. Society records and collected papers, 1854-1962 (bulk 1905-1951).

Society records and collected papers, 1854-1962 (bulk 1905-1951).

Correspondence, organizational papers, speeches and articles, data on library holdings, and other records of an organization (founded in 1905) that was concerned with the preservation and documentation of Swedish history, culture and literature among and for Swedish-Americans. There are also several small sets of personal papers and organizational records collected by the Society that relate to Swedish-American individuals and organizations in Illinois, Minnesota, Iowa, and elsewhere. Some of the materials are in Swedish.

9.0 cu. ft. (14 boxes, incl. 32 v.)



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