3. Ferreira-Mendes Portuguese-American Archives
Found in 66 Collections and/or Records:
This is an open collection with additional interviews being added at the end of each semester the course is taught in. Completed projects include a term paper, interview transcript, field notes, audio recording of the interview, release form, and photographs. Several projects are missing one or more component, as noted on the project spreadsheet.
This is an open series: materials and documents will be added to it as they are donated. Please consult the inventory list for specifics.
The collection contains personal correspondence, various scrapbooks, genealogical research, and Luso-American newspapers published in the last 30 years. It also includes comprehensive histories of individual islands and of the archipelago; geographical and geological studies; monographs and various topics related to the Azores; and texts that document religion and cultural practices and rituals specific to the Azores.
This collection is comprissed of materials related to Felix’s career in teaching and as director of the Center for the Portuguese Speaking World. It includes teaching tools, books, newspaper articles, slide amd artifacts.
This collection consists of records related to all three generations of the Goulart family; Walter Goulart, Arthur Goulart I, Arthur Goulart Jr. and Arthur Goulart III. In the collection are photographs, albums, marriage, birth certificates, personal items and letters.
The collection genealogical research, books and photographs on the Amaral family. In addition, there are newspapers clippings, correspondence, photographs and personal writings belonging to George and his sister Sylvia.