The collection"Macedonian emigration to the USA and Canada in the Yugoslav diplomatic correspondence (1931 - 1942)" by Dr. Todor Čepreganov and Dr. Teon Dzingo is composed of the most extensive collection of documents relating to the actions of the Macedonian emigrant organizations in the USA and Canada, through the prism of the Yugoslavian perception of the Macedonians in those countries. It represents a collection of 408 diplomatic documents created and archived by the diplomatic representatives of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in the United States of America and Canada, specifically in the Yugoslav legation in Washington and the consulates in Montreal, New York, Detroit, and Chicago.
This collection of correspondence between diplomatic missions in the United States of America and Canada, the ministries of foreign and interior affairs of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, the Yugoslav diplomatic mission in Sofia, as well as the Ban of the Vardar Banovina, abounds with data on the activities of the Macedonian emigration in the USA and in Canada, more specifically about the way it operated, organized, held the annual congresses and finances. Some documents are in the form of reports regarding the activities of the Macedonian emigration. However, there are also documents testifying to the correspondence between Yugoslav diplomats and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
The documents are chronologically arranged according to the date of their creation. The collection includes a scholarly apparatus on the events and persons mentioned in the documents. The State Archives represents another valuable historiographic work, which deserves to be found in the home libraries of the readers.