Marie Trupp Krieger Collection
Identifier: CVGS 06
The collection consists of eight three-ring binders containing photocopies of family photographs, pedigree charts, newspaper clippings, vital records, and biographical information for the following families: Auld, Giebelhaus, Glanz, Haynes, Heinrich, Hoefel, Klaus, Krieger, Miller, Ochs,Pritchard, Repp, Ross, Schilling, Schlitt, Schnell, Schneider, Schwabenland, Spady, Weber, Weigant, Werre, and Yost.
- 1905 - 2005
- Krieger, Marie Trupp (Person)
Language of Materials note
Collection materials are in English, German and Russian.
Conditions Governing Access
The collection is available for research by appointment.
Conditions Governing Use
The Center for Volga German Studies is the owner of the materials in the Marie Trupp Krieger Collection and makes available reproductions for research, publication, and other uses. Written permission must be obtained from the Center for Volga German Studies before any reproduction use. Copyright resides with the creator of the documents or their heirs. The status of copyright is governed by the Copyright Law of the U. S. (Title 17, U.S.C.). In some cases, permission for use may require seeking additional authorization from the copyright owners.
Collection contains family history information of persons who immigrated to the United States from the Volga region of Russia.
Marie Trupp Krieger (1910-2006) was born on a wheat ranch in Irby, Adams County, Washington. She was christened on 25 Dec 1910, at the Congregational Emmaus Church situated in the northwest corner of Adams County on the Lincoln County line. She graduated from Washington State University in 1934 with a bachelor's degree in foreign languages. She was an educator in both the states of Washington and Oregon. She married Walter Krieger in Portland, Oregon in 1941. Marie truly lived the history of the Germans from Russia in the Northwest, as well as sharing her knowledge, education, and talents with the members of American Historical Society of Germans from Russia (AHSGR) worldwide.
- Guide to the Marie Trupp Krieger Collection An Inventory at the Center for Volga German Studies Archives
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- Finding Aid is written in English.
- Encoding of finding aid supported by a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission