Papers, 1898-1939.


Papers, 1898-1939.

Personal and professional papers of Andrew Adin Stomberg. The collection includes correspondence with prominent Scandinavian and Scandinavian-American figures; organizations such as the American-Scandinavian Society, Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Study and the Swedish Historical Society; publications, articles and speeches in Swedish and English; material on Swedish immigration.

4 linear ft.


SNAC Resource ID: 7814639

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis

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