Journal, Vol. 08, No. 3 – Fall 1985

Cover: This convention issue has an illustration of the Yakima, Washington, Northern Pacific Railroad Train Station on the cover.

Content:

In addition to numerous pictures with captions or short descriptions, the following addresses presented at this 16th annual convention are included: “Memorial Service” honoring Emma Schwabenland Haynes especially, presided over by Louise Potter; “A Look at the AHSGR Family,” the keynote address by Selma T. Hieb, International President; “The Situation of the Soviet Germans in the U.S.S.R. and Future Prospects” by Eva Lindeman, Consul General in Seattle; “Streams in the Desert: A Centennial Tribute to Russian German Pioneering in Central Washington” by Richard D. Scheuerman; “Some of the Customs of the Volga German Villages” by Elaine F. Davison; “Portrait of Evaliz: A Daughter of the Volga” by Rachel Newcomer; and “The Problems and Victories of Russian Germans in Siberia” by Peter Deyneka, Jr.

One page is devoted to “In Memoriam: Reinhold Eichler July 24, 1912-August 12, 1985.”

Various reports from the Board of Directors and the International Foundation complete the issue.

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