Estonian Archives in Australia
Photo: Morning tea at Estonian Saturday School in Adelaide, late 1960s
About the Archive
Meet the Team
EAA is run by a dedicated team of volunteers who meet every Wednesday, associates who donate their time and expertise and the Advisory Council.
The Archives currently has 8 volunteers, 2 associates and an additional 4 volunteers on the Council.
The EAA collection comprises a library and an archive. Much of the collection is currently being catalogued with the catalogues made available online. The library contains reference books and books written by Estonians living in Australia or post WWII refugees resident all over the world.
The Estonian Archives in Australia is a recognised Cultural Organisation and holds Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) status for taxation purposes.
The Kris Kaldma Fund has been set up for approved cultural activities such as exhibitions, workshops, talks, seminars and publications.
All donations to the Kris Kaldma Fund of $2 and over are tax deductible.
The Archive holds a collection of material relating to the lives and achievements of Estonians living outside Estonia.