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  • Subject is exactly "Dutch Americans"
Go to An Oral History of Adriana Barbara Termaat-ne-Schuurman item page

Biographical history of Adriana B. Termaat by her granddaughter, Barbara, for her Women in the United States History class.
Go to Address on the receipt of the Resistance Memorial Cross item page

Prepared text of a speech delivered by Pieter Termaat on his receipt of the Resistance Memorial Cross in Washington, D.C. on October 8, 1992. In Dutch.
Go to Letters about GVSU lectures item page

Letters between Pieter Termaat and Professor William Baum of Grand Valley State University about guest lecturing on the Holocaust.
Go to Pieter Termaat resume item page

Mimeograph and typescript resume of Pieter N. Termaat, 1958.
Go to Pieter and Adriana Termaat list of honors item page

Typescript list of honors and awards bestowed on Pieter and Adriana Termaat
Go to Commencement Address item page

Address delivered by Pieter N. Termaat on receipt of his and his wife's honarary doctorates by Grand Valley State University.
Go to Pass In Revue: 1914-1935, The Formative Years item page

Memoir by Pieter N. Termaat on his youth and adolescence in the Netherlands.
Go to Termaat boys greeting Queen Juliana and Prince Bernhard of Netherlands, 1952 item page

Photograph of Queen Juliana and Prince Bernhard of Netherlands, Governor Williams of Michigan, Nicolaas P. J. Termaat, and Cornelis B. Termaat. The Termaat boys greet the Queen and Prince on their visit to Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Go to Termaat family awaits Dutch Royals, 1952 item page

Photograph of Adriana P. Termaat and sons, Michiel P., Nicolaas P. J., and Cornelis B. (Keith), waiting for the arrival of Queen Juliana and Prince Berhard of Netherlands to Grand Rapids, Michigan. The family stands in front of Air Service Building…
Go to Holocaust nightmare remains for three honored heroes item page

Photocopied newspaper clipping about Pieter and Adriana Termaat lecturing at Grand Valley State University.
Go to Adriana B. Termaat and sons, 1952 item page

Photograph of Adriana B. Termaat with her sons Cornelis B. (Keith) Termaat and Nicolaas P.J. Termaat wearing Netherland Scout uniforms with Bette Lenderink.
Go to Termaat family arrival at Union Station, Grand Rapids, 1952 item page

Photograph of the Termaat family arrival at Union Station, Grand Rapids, Michigan, February 1952.
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