Documents of Hungarian-American cultural and political activities, including responses to the 1956 Hungarian Revolution and
activities on behalf of the Hungarian community in Transylvania. Correspondence with Hungarian émigrés, especially writers
and journalists, mostly in the United States, South America, Germany and Australia. Transcripts, sound recordings and other
materials of the Radio Free Europe Hungarian service. Hungarian-language publishing in the United States, and international
freedom for writers issues. Flórián's poetry, essays and other writings.
109 manuscript boxes, 1 oversize box
(56.35 linear feet)
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