Correspondence, reports, and investigative files, relating to secret police and intelligence activities, dissident and anti-Soviet activities, and repatriation and nationalism issues, in Estonia, and to Russian refugees in Estonia before 1940 and post-World War II Estonian refugees in western Europe.
Photocopies of letters by K. Päts, relating to his imprisonment in the Soviet Union, and appealing to the United Nations to bring about civil rights and independence in the Baltic States; translations and a press release from the Consulate General of Estonia in New York City, explaining the acquisition and content of the letters; medical records; memoirs by Helgi-Alice Päts and Matti Päts, daughter-in-law and grandson of K. Päts, relating to the imprisonment of the Päts family in the Soviet Union; articles from the Estonian press on the same subject; and photographs.
Correspondence, personal documents, printed matter, and photographs, relating to life in displaced person camps in Germany after World War II, and to Russian émigré affairs. Includes papers of Irene Dutikow, daughter of Vladimir Vekshin, and of her husband, Vsevolod Dutikow, a Russian Orthodox priest.
Serial issues, bulletins, newsletters, pamphlets, clippings, electronic bulletins, election campaign literature, and other printed matter, relating to various aspects of Estonian history, and especially to the movement culminating in re-establishment of Estonian independence in 1991, and to subsequent Estonian politics and elections. Includes some material relating to the Baltic States collectively.