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Scope and Contents Beginning in the early 1990’s, the Kalamazoo-Pushkin Partnership was founded by Janet Ferguson after a trip to Pushkin in Russia. The city of Pushkin was in great need of supplies after the fall of the Soviet Union, and some of the later members of the group helped to get them supplies. When they met the supply crate in the town, they began to create friendships with many of the local people. The Kalamazoo-Pushkin Partnership became the Kalamazoo Russian Cultural Association in 2011, but their...
Scope and Contents The collection contains annual reports, minutes, membership lists, case books, and financial records. Most of this information is contained in hardbound books, spiral notebooks, or loose leaf paper. There are two folders of correspondence, which consists mainly of thank you cards from patients helped by Whatsoever Free Bed. A number of newspaper clippings and articles contain historical information relating to the association.