Writings, correspondence, clippings, and photographs, relating to the Romanian royal family and to the Romanian Orthodox Church
in the United States. Includes photocopies of correspondence of Queen Marie of Romania.
Mother Alexandra was born in 1909 as Princess Ileana of Romania, the youngest daughter of King Ferdinand I and Queen Marie.
Ileana married Archduke Anton of Austria and lived in Sonnberg, Austria. She gave birth to six children, whom she moved in
1944 to Romania. She founded a hospital there in memory of her mother, Queen Marie and worked with the war-wounded and the
surrounding population until 1948, when the Romanian royal family left the country for exile.
4 manuscript boxes, 1 oversize box, 6 phonotape cassettes
(2.5 Linear Feet)
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