Browse Exhibits (3 total)
This exhibition showcases the art collection of the American Hungarian Library and Historical Society.
A collection of political cartoon that appeared in Amerikai Magyar Népszava (Hungarian language newspaper est. 1891 in New York) published during 1940 before the United States entered the war. https://hu.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amerikai_Magyar_Népszava
The cartoons were mostly created by Derso and Kelen, two Hungarian born jewish cartoonists.
Hungarians have settled in Connecticut back in the 19th century. Many towns like Fairfield, Norwalk, and Bridgeport have Hungarian neighborhoods, some of which still survive today. The Hungarian street names are a reminder of these settlements.
This is a collection of photos contributed recently.