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John Albok (1894-1982)  Hungarian women in native costume, Grand Street, Victory marches. MCNY Collections Portal

John Albok (1894-1982) Hungarian women in native costume, Grand Street, Victory marches. MCNY Collections Portal

Ethel Serly with the Pittsburgh Hungarian dance group "Buzavirag" visiting the Bugac Puszta.  Albok, John (photographer);Serly, Ethel (associated name);New York Children's Charitable Association for Hungarian Children (associated name); (dancer);  Date Created1939  Hungarian Americans

Ethel Serly with the Pittsburgh Hungarian dance group "Buzavirag" visiting the Bugac Puszta. Albok, John (photographer);Serly, Ethel (associated name);New York Children's Charitable Association for Hungarian Children (associated name); (dancer); Date Created1939 Hungarian Americans

Chicagói Munkás Club, 1930

Chicagói Munkás Club, 1930

John Albok (1894-1982)  View of [John Albok's] tailor shop at 1392 Madison Avenue with billboard of "John Albok's New York". MCNY Collections Portal

John Albok (1894-1982) View of [John Albok's] tailor shop at 1392 Madison Avenue with billboard of "John Albok's New York". MCNY Collections Portal

MAtyo MAry girl/From Mezőkövesd/Erdődi Mihály/1940Néprajzi Múzeum | Online Gyűjtemények - Etnológiai Archívum, Diapozitív-gyűjtemény

MAtyo MAry girl/From Mezőkövesd/Erdődi Mihály/1940Néprajzi Múzeum | Online Gyűjtemények - Etnológiai Archívum, Diapozitív-gyűjtemény

Hungarian picnic, 1938  Albok, John (photographer); New York Children's Charitable Association for Hungarian Children; 1938  Hungarian Americans, Cultural activities  The "Bugac Puszta" was a one week charity camp established on a farm in Dayton, New Jersey in the 1930s by the New York Children's Charitable Association for Hungarian children from New York City.

Hungarian picnic, 1938 Albok, John (photographer); New York Children's Charitable Association for Hungarian Children; 1938 Hungarian Americans, Cultural activities The "Bugac Puszta" was a one week charity camp established on a farm in Dayton, New Jersey in the 1930s by the New York Children's Charitable Association for Hungarian children from New York City.

Ward 16 Councilman Jack P. Russell, a Hungarian-American from the Buckeye Road area, gets a musical send-off at Cleveland Hopkins Airport from Hungarian violinsts as he prepares to fly to Budapest, the capital of Hungary, in 1962.  Photo by Noble, Bernie, 1962-07-11  Cleveland Press Collection

Ward 16 Councilman Jack P. Russell, a Hungarian-American from the Buckeye Road area, gets a musical send-off at Cleveland Hopkins Airport from Hungarian violinsts as he prepares to fly to Budapest, the capital of Hungary, in 1962. Photo by Noble, Bernie, 1962-07-11 Cleveland Press Collection

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