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Panarity, Gerim M. Papers
7.75 linear feet (13 boxes)
Special Collections Research Center
Gerim M. Panarity was an Albanian-American activist, journalist, and longtime editor of Dielli, the first Albanian-American newspaper in the United States. This collection contains correspondence, clippings, diaries, legal documents, manuscripts, photographs, maps and copies of Albanian and Albanian-American newspapers, including Dielli. The Gerim M. Panarity Papers document the Albanian-American community and modern Albanian history and politics.
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Gerim (sometimes spelled Qerim) Panarity was the editor of the first Albanian-American newspaper in the United States, Dielli ("The Sun"). Taking on the position in the 1940s, he remained there for nearly 25 years, until his retirement in 1963. Started in 1909 by the Society of Besa-Besen in Boston, Dielli is now the oldest continuously-published Albanian language newspaper in the world. In 1912, the Pan-Albanian Federation of America, Vatra ("The Hearth") was formed, becoming one of the most influential voices in the movement for Albanian independence. Dielli became Vatra’s main organ for fostering Albanian nationalism.
Gerim Panarity was dedicated to the cause of Albanian independence his entire life. As a young man in 1911, Panarity left the United States for Albania, to fight with Memet and Faik Konitza for liberation from the Ottoman Empire. He eventually returned to the United States to complete his education, attending the Hitchcock Free Academy in Brimfield, Massachusetts. He graduated from Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts in 1926, receiving the Washington Franklin Medal for excellence in history. During World War II, Panarity broadcast through the Voice of America in Albania, encouraging Albanian resistance to the Axis powers. He was also instrumental in post-war efforts to send food, clothing and medicine to the country.
Throughout his life, Panarity published numerous articles and books on the subject of Albania. In 1925, he published an article in Current History entitled, "Albania’s Latest Revolution." He was also chief author of the WPA Federal Writers’ Project book The Albanian Struggle in the Old World and the New. In 1957, he published and edited the collection Albania: The Rock Garden of Southeastern Europe and Other Essays. He published a work on Metropolitan Fan Noli, a prominent Albanian-American leader with whom he was in active partnership through Vatra. He also contributed to such publications as The Globe and The Christian Science Monitor.
This collection contains the correspondence, newspaper clippings, diaries, photographs, legal documents, maps, manuscripts and Albanian/Albanian-American newspapers kept by Gerim Panarity. Most materials relate to the Albanian-American community and modern Albanian history and politics. A significant percentage of the materials in this collection are in Albanian.
Series I contains Panarity's professional and personal correspondence. It also includes secondary correspondence generated through Mr. Panarity's translation work for Albanians in America trying to file legal claims in Albania after World War II.
Series II contains Panarity's writings, both personal (diaries) as well as numerous notes, drafts and manuscripts for articles and books.
Series III contains materials on Albania in the twentieth century, including writings and speeches from Albanian political figures, articles and books, radio transcripts, stamps, paper money, and maps. A small section of materials in Series III are from or about American missionaries to Albania in the 20th century.
Series IV generally contains material about Albanian-American life, its organs and organizations. Included is a small collection of ephemera from the Albanian Orthodox Archdiocese in America and several of their churches in the greater Boston area. This series also contains a set of sheet music from Professor Thomas Nassi, an Albanian-American graduate of the New England Conservatory who developed liturgical music for the Albanian Orthodox Church together with Bishop Fan Noli.
Series V contains images of prominent Albanians and Albanian life, including a number of images produced by the government of Communist Albania in the 1950s and 1960s.
Series VI contains material from Gerim Panarity's life unrelated to his interests in Albania, as well as a collection of obituaries published after his death.
Oversized materials throughout the collection have been removed and placed in Series VII, which also contains a number of early 20th century Albanian nationalist newspapers, maps and Panarity's scrapbook.
While the contents of the collection span nearly the entirety of the 20th century, the majority of the materials fall in the period from the 1940s-1970s.
The following related resources are located in the Department of Special Collections:
Slavic and East European Collection, Joseph Regenstein Library
Series I: Correspondence
Series I covers the period from 1939-1983. It contains both personal and professional correspondence of Gerim M. Panarity. This series also includes secondary correspondence generated through Panarity's translation work for Albanians in America trying to file legal claims in Albania after World War II.
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Archer, Martini, Whitcomb, 1943-1963
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Arza, Agne, Jaeckel, Athanas, Thanas, Tosgai (in Greek), Celay, British Museum, Coty, Demir, Dishmea, Dumaine, Elia, Smith, Fortuna, Fuchs, Kennedy, Kamper, Gardescu, Frazier, Gregory, Esther, Rose, Galary, Lumo, 1952-1977
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Erickson, Fusonie, 1951-1969
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Gerim Panarity notes, British Museum, Harvard College Library, Vatra, Demo, Boston Public Library, Eisenhower, Furcolo, Harvard Encyclopedia of American Ethnic Groups, Orlov, Florence, Victoria, 1958-1979
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Grant, Pearson, Speros, Proko, Trayan, Gorski, Flewelling, 1949-1967
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H.W. Wilson Company, Fenway Garden Society, Priscilla, 1965-1983
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Lippmann, Luliam, Liolin, Lockwood, Marku, Massey, Muller, Mili, Moskos, Pappas, Phostole, Prifti, Renard, 1953-1980
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Margolis, Massey, Messinger, Mustafa, Fortuna, Nadji, O'Brien, Petitte, Prifti, Thanas, Trayan, Trayan, Vardamis, Ambrosino, 1957-1974
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Pano, Johns, Fortuna, Pepi, Fusonie, Erickson, notes, Christmas cards, 1946-1968
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Tisserant, Noli, Athanas, Albanian Orthodox Archdiocese in America, Cotti, Kennedy, Johns, Fisher, 1957-1967
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van Valkenburg, Tite, Roy, Lewis, Thanas, University of Minnesota Immigrant Archives, Terova, Slocum, Newman, Svejda, McKisson, Kirka, 1957-1967
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Rejection letters, 1958-1971
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D. Duma, 1958-1971
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Stephen Peters, 1967-1968
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University of Copenhagen, 1959-1960
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Correspondence in Albanian with index, 1939-1973
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Correspondence regarding "Albania, the Rock Garden of Southeastern Europe", 1957-1974
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Correspondence and grant applications for "Albanian History from the Iron Age to the Space Age", 1964-1965
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Translations of letters, documentation pertaining to legal claims in Albania, 1957-1965
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Partial letter (in Albanian) from Ilia Prenda, 1957
Series II: Writings
Series II consists of material written by Gerim Panarity from the 1910s to the 1970s. It has been divided into two subseries: Diaries, and Notes and Manuscripts. Subseries 1 - Diaries contains his daily diaries for the period 1936-1959, as well as excerpted diary material prepared by his wife, Sarah Panarity. These diaries cover both the details of Panarity's daily life as well as his observations and political opinions about international developments. Subseries 2 - Notes and Manuscripts contains manuscripts of Panarity's various writings (both published and unpublished), as well as his notebooks, research notes and drafts. The majority of this writing is of article length, dealing with the history and politics of Albania. Published versions of some of these article manuscripts can be found in Series VII.
Subseries 1: Diaries
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Diary excerpts, 1936-1940
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Diary excerpts, 1941, 1942, 1943
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Diary excerpts, 1942
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Diary excerpts, 1944-1945
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Diary excerpts, 1946, 1947, 1948
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Diary excerpts, 1949-1950
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Diary excerpts, 1954
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Diary excerpts, 1955-1956
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Diary excerpts, 1957
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Diary excerpts, 1958
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Diary excerpts, 1959
Subseries 2: Notes and Manuscripts
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Typed notes on writings on heroic virtue (17th century) and Skanderbeg (1889), 20th century
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Typed notes on Bektashism and Joseph Swire's "King Zog's Albania" n.d.
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Notes and writings, n.d.
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Notes, superseded manuscript pages, n.d.
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Notes and writings, superseded manuscript pages, n.d.
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Notes, "Kuprili," n.d.
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Notes and articles on Mehmet Ali Pasha, n.d.
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Notebook, background and bibliographical information for "Albanian History from the Iron Age to the Space Age", ca. 1960s
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Original manuscript, "Part I, Albanian History from the Iron Age to the Space Age", n.d.
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Typescript, "An Albanian History From the Iron Age to the Space Age – Part II," 1979
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Manuscript, "An Albanian History From the Iron Age to the Space Age" n.d.
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Manuscript, "Chapter V – Albanian Dress," n.d.
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Manuscript, "Chou En Lai’s Albanian Junket," n.d.
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Manuscript, "The Origin of the Albanian Renaissance in the United States," n.d.
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Manuscript, "Albania’s Chief Enver Hoxha Poised for a New Switch (?)" n.d.
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Manuscript, "Albanian Foreign Policy Under Communism," n.d.
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Manuscript, "Red China Shares Albanian Beachhead with France," n.d.
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Manuscript, "Enver Hoxha - a Maverick with a Purpose," n.d.
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Manuscript, "Albania - The Rock Garden of Southeastern Europe," n.d.
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Bound material, "Albania, A Nation in Perpetual Crisis" and "Graphic Story of Albania," 1959
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Manuscript, "Two Giants and a Lilliputian," ca. 1960s
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Manuscript, "Albania Observed its 50th Anniversary in Complete Isolation," ca. 1960s
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Manuscript, "Rollback Policy Resurrected," ca. 1964
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Manuscript, "Albania – Twenty Years Under Communism," 1964
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Manuscript, "Enver Hoxha’s New Albania," 1964
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Manuscript, "The Man Who Rules Albania," 1964
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Manuscript, "Vatra in Changing Times," 1966
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Memorial essay for Dr. Dimetra Tsina Elia, 1965
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Manuscript, "A Survey of American Relations with Albania," 1967
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Manuscript, "Albanian Progress in the Decade of the Sixties," 1970
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Manuscript, "Albania – Twenty-Five Years Under Communism," 1970
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Manuscript, "Albania Forges Ahead on Many Fronts," 1970s
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Manuscript, "History of Vatra," 1971
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Typescripts, unidentified author n.d.
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Manuscript, "Albanian Emigrants and Albanian Cultures," unidentified author, n.d.
Series III: Albania
Series III contains a variety of materials about Albania in the twentieth century; the bulk of the material falls between 1920 and 1970. It contains writings and speeches by both Albanian democratic nationalists and Albanian communist leaders, as well as analyses of the political situation in Albania. It also includes articles and book excerpts on the topic of Albania. There is a significant quantity of translations of Radio Tirana, the official Albanian radio station, mostly for the year 1960. Also included are a number of Albanian artifacts, such as stamps and paper money from the 1910s-1950s, as well as maps of Albania. Finally, there are materials from and about Americans who undertook missionary work in Albania.
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Documents in Albanian, ca. 1920s-1960
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The Fundamental Statute of the Albanian Republic, 1925
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Drafts, "Socio-Economic Picture of Albania" by J. Thornton, August 11, 1938
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Copy of letter from Faik Konitza to the Editor of the New York Times, September 12, 1939
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Faik Konitza, "The Background of the Italian-Greek Conflict," 1940
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Lame Kodra, "Roli I Kulturës në Shqipërinë e Sotme," 1945
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Materials by and about Bishop Fan S. Noli, 1950s-1980s
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United States Congressional documentation on Albania, 1954-1972
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Constantine A. Demo, "The Albanians in America - The First Arrivals" (in English and Albanian), 1960
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Enver Hoxha, "Speech Delivered at the Festive Meeting Devoted to the 20th Anniversary of the Founding of the Party of Labor of Albania…" November 7, 1961
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Nepsi Kerenxhi, "Kujtime nga Lëvizja për Çlirimin Kombëtar," 1962
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Mehmet Shehu, "Speech Addressed to the First Session of the Fifth Legislature of the People's Republic of Albania," 1962
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Report, "The Anglo-Albanian Association" by T. Zavalani, 1962
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Manuscript, speech by Mr. Luan Gashi regarding the 50th anniversary of Albanian Declaration of Independence, ca. 1962
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Typescript, "History and the Writer's Imagination" by T. Zanalani, March 20, 1963
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Enver Hoxha, "Report on the Role and Tasks of the Democratic Front for the Complete Triumph of Socialism in Albania," 1967
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Essays in Albanian, 1973
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Manuscript, "Fustanella Piktoreske," (possible author, Faik Konica) n.d.
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Translation of Albanian National Anthem by V. & J. Newall, n.d.
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Page from "Scanderbeg," Patrice Colom, n.d.
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Draft report on Albanian Newspapers by V.L. Misho, n.d.
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Photocopies from monographs on Albania and the Balkans, 20th century
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Articles on Albania from the New York Times, 1913-1964
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Drejtësia Popullore, No. 5, 1959
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Copies of articles from The Black Eagle, 1965-1968
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Monthly Review, Vol. 20, May 1968
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Albania Report, Vol. 3, No. 6 (23), June-July 1973
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"The Periscope," Newsweek, April 13, 1964
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Transcripts, Radio Tirana (in Albanian), 1958-1960
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Partial dust jacket, The Albanian Struggle in the Old World and New, n.d.
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Photoduplication of cover, The Unwritten Law in Albania by Hasluck, 1954
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Catalogs, listings of books on Albania, 1957-1973
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Library catalog cards, Irwin Isenberg’s Ferment in Eastern Europe, 1965
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Four stamps from Republic of Albania, ca. 1910s
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Albanian paper money, 1917-1921
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Albanian stamps, 1920s-1930s
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Certificate of Registration and Citizenship (Albanian) for Mehmet Ali, 1925
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Albanian stamps, 1945-1951
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Cover, "Plani i Dylë Pesëveçari R.P.SH. 1956-1960"
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German-language map of Albania, n.d.
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Calling cards, Faik Konitza, n.d.
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Page from an Albanian calendar, December, n.d.
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Materials relating to Rev. & Mrs. Phinaes Kennedy and the American Mission School in Albania, ca. 1930
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Poem, "Scanderbeg" by Dr. Charles Telford Erickson, 1916
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Manuscript, "Scanderbeg, Prince of Croya" by Dr. Charles Telford Erickson, n.d.
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Manuscript, "My Retreat from Civilization," Dr. Charles Telford Erickson, n.d.
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Proposed outline of Dr. Charles Telford Erickson's Book, "Life's Little Day," n.d.
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Page from memorial for Dr. Charles Telford Erickson, ca. 1966
Series IV: Albanian-American Life
Series IV contains documentation from several prominent Albanian-American organs and organizations, spanning the 1940s to the 1980s. Represented are Dielli, the longest-running Albanian-language daily in the world; the Pan-Albanian Federation of America (Vatra), and the Albanian Orthodox Church in America. Oversized materials relating to the Orthodox Church can also be found in Series VII, as can numerous copies of Dielli. This series contains a set of sheet music from Professor Thomas Nassi, an Albanian-American graduate of the New England Conservatory who developed liturgical music for the Albanian Orthodox Church together with Bishop Fan Noli.
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Dielli, December 9, 1940
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Certificate, Dielli Golden Anniversary, 1959
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60th Anniversary of Dielli, 1969
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Working copy, Dielli Anniversary Album, ca. 1970s
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Constitution and By-laws of the Pan-Albanian Federation of America (Vatra), n.d.
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Letter from Vatra regarding its 40th anniversary, 1949
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Drafts, statement of progress for Vatra on 50th anniversary, ca. 1962
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Vatra Statement of Receipts and Disbursements, August 1, 1963 to July 31, 1964
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Vatra Newsletter, Worcester-Springfield Chapter, Vol. 1, No. 4, August 23, 1973
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Correspondence from the Free Albania Organization regarding its 40th anniversary, 1981
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Announcement of the American Council for Nationalities Service, n.d.
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The Albanian-American Orthodox Episcopacy Bulletin, Vol. 1, No. 1, January 27, 1951
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Ephemera, St. Mary's Assumption Albanian Orthodox Church, 1981-1984
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Ephemera, Albanian Orthodox Cathedral of St. George, 1980-1983
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Ephemera, Albanian Orthodox Cathedral of St. George, 1980-1984
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Ephemera, Albanian Orthodox Archdiocese in America, various churches, 1981-1985
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Sheet music by Prof. Thomas Nassi, n.d.
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Invitation to Gallery Showing for Zoïs A. Shuttie, Albanian-American sculptor, 1978
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Advertisement for Albanian Ethnic Night, Cambridge, MA, sponsored by Boston chapter of the Albanian American National Organization (A.A.N.O.), May 1979
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Advertising for show by Lewis Hine, "City Life/City Lights - American Prints and Photographs" at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, April 1979
Series V: Visual Materials
Series V contains images of Albanian life and prominent Albanians. Of particular note are the series of photographs of life in Communist Albania, provided by the Albanian government in the 1950s and 1960s. These photographs, as well as another set of photographs of a variety of Albanian and Albanian-Amercian subjects, are arranged by subject in folders 26 and 27. Oversized images from this collection have been removed and placed in Series VII.
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Prints, traditional Albanian costumes, n.d.
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Printed portrait and biography, Selam Musa, n.d.
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Printed portraits of Ismail Qemali, n.d.
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Reproductions of photographs, Faik Konitza and Fan S. Noli, n.d.
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Reprint, group photograph with girls in Albanian dress, n.d.
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Reproduction of portraits, Fan Noli, Prenk Bib Doda Pasha and the Abbot of Mirdita, ca. 1914
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Photograph index in French, n.d.
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Photographs from Albanian government on "Aktualitate nga jeta ne R.P. te Shqiperise," 1960
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Set of photographs with index in Albanian, life in Communist Albania, ca. 1950s
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Photographs of Communist Albania, ca. 1950s-1960s
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Images, 20th century
Series VI: Personal & Biographical Materials
Series VI contains material from Gerim Panarity's life unrelated to his interests in Albania, as well as a collection of obituaries published after his death.
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Business card, n.d.
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Transcript, University of California Radio-Television Administration Broadcast 7031, "The Great Greeks," January 26, 1964
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Lecture outlines, "The Making of the Modern Mind," Division of University Extension, Massachusetts Department of Education, n.d.
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Information on University of Minnesota Immigrant Archives, n.d.
Series VII: Oversized Materials
This series is made up largely of newspapers and newspaper clippings, mainly on the subject of Albania, as well as maps, images and Panarity's scrapbook. Materials in this series range from 1911 to 1985. A number of the newspapers included here are printed in Albanian. Manuscripts for some of the published articles by Gerim Panarity in this series can be found in Series II. Additional material on both Dielli and the Orthodox Church in America can be found in Series IV. Images in this series have been removed from Series V.
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Newspaper clippings of articles by Gerim Panarity, 1958-1971
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Newspaper clippings, Albania, USSR, Albanian-Americans, 1949-1970
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Newspaper clippings, Albania and Albanians in America, 1938-1989
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Dielli, single issues, 1937-1979
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Dielli, March 9, 1966, memorial for Bishop Fan S. Noli
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The Trumpet of Croya, No. 1, March 20, 1911
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Telegraf, Nr. 2, August 14, 1926
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"The Fundamental and Essential Values of Islam," insert, Mansfield News-Journal, January 28, 1956
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Shqiptari, June-July 1957
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Digest of Shqiptari i Lire, June 1958-April 1960
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Sbqipëria e Re, Vol. IX Nr. 10, October 1959
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L’Albanie Libre, July 10, 1960
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Pages from Liria, February 4, 1977
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Dielli i Shqperise Ethnike, June-August 1979
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Maps of Albania, n.d.
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Proclamation of Albanian Independence Day for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1958 & 1959
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Ephemera, the Orthodox Church in America, 1968-1984
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The Vineyard/The Vine, publication of the Albanian Archdiocese – Orthodox Church in America, 1980-1985
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Prints of portraits, King Zog and Queen Geraldine, n.d.
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Photo, Pan-Albanian Federation 50th Anniversary Banquet in Honor of Bishop Fan S. Noli, September 3, 1956
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Print, statue of Scanderbeg, ca. 1968