Emma Jarosova, Czech Heritage
Title: Emma Jarosova,
Czech Heritage Papers
Creator: Jarosova, Emma, 1911-2008
Quantity: 1 folder
Collection Number: MS 0274
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Preferred Citation: Emma Jarosova, Czech Heritage Papers (MS 0274). Archives & Special
Collections, University of Nebraska–Lincoln Libraries.
Emma Jarosova was born on May 21, 1911, her maiden name was Miklova. Under the
pseudonym Jarosovam, created after her birth place, Jarosov nad Nezarkou, she wrote
articles on Czech culture and her own life experiences. After 1968, she emigrated to
Canada. She died on August 31, 2008 in Nymburk (Czech Republic).
Scope and Content:
The collection consists of correspondence with the publisher and few short
Emma Jarosova -- Communism
Folder 1. Correspondence, manuscripts
Letter to editor Vaculik who was responsible for the lay-out of the book
written by Emma Jarosova called Memoirs of South
Bohemian Farmerman and Farmerwomen (Vzpominky jihoceskeho sedlaka a selky), along with excerpts from
this book. Included is a short story called "Curse
of personnel expert opinion" ("Kletba
kadroveho posudku") about the communist period. In Czech.
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