Basque Americans -- Nevada
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Various pamphlets from different Basque-American festivals and exhibitions, a 2017 calendar, stickers, festival and events posters, pamphlets from the Basque Museum in Boise, booklet of the Jaialdi 95' in Boise, a scarf from Basque Soccer Friendly, a retrospective booklet of San Francisco Basque Club and two posters. It also includes two booklets one showing Basque sheepherder's tree carvings and the other, 'Amerikanuak!', about Basques in the U.S.
Abstract Basque items related to the Basque Exhibition at Smithsonian Folk Festival, such as pamphlets, posters, photographs of tree carving and typical Basque fisher's neckerchief.
Abstract Documentation, clippings, news articles, papers, letters and correspondence regarding the Basque Festival in Sparks, the Basque Monument in Reno, the Basques in the Contemporary World Seminar, in Reno, and other Basque issues. It also includes several different newspapers.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Abstract Correspondence of Dominique Laxalt, mostly from family members from Iparralde (Northen Basque Country). Among them, an “Americanismo Medal”.
Abstract Includes a letter, a cassette and three photos.
Abstract Several Basque grammar, etymology and dictionary drafts, notebooks, photocopied articles regarding Basque issues, various booklets, tourism pamphlets and newspaper clippings. There are also 18 books written by numeous authors and on various subjects, mostly on Basque and French subjects.
Abstract Various bookmarks on four different designs, Basque Library pamphlets, some of exhibitions, pamphlets regarding Basque Databases and Basque Library's rules, a thin magazine showing recently graduated library student workers and a poster from 'Bertsolari' documentary projection.
Abstract Newspaper clippings about Basque issues from Idaho and Nevada.
Abstract Original personal correspondence of Laxalt Family.
Abstract Manuscripts, reviews, correspondence, printed material, personal and family papers of Nevada author Paul Laxalt.