Volume 58, 2010

2010, 58/1 The Kalister and Gorup Families

2010, 58/1 Rodbini Kalister in Gorup

  • Miha Preinfalk: The Kalister and Gorup Families – introduction
  • Alfred Whycombe Gorup: Kalister and Gorup, a family story
  • Janko Boštjančič: Slavina – the birthplace of the Kalister and Gorup families
  • Andrej Smerdu: Janez Nepomuk Kalister and the Mlinski dvor mansion in Postojna
  • Milan Pahor: The Kalister Family in Trieste. The image of Trieste in the 19th and early 20th century and the national revival of the Trieste Slovenes
  • Vesna Bučić: Janez Nepomuk Kalister and Franc Kalister in Trieste – portrait, palace, mausoleum
  • Božidar Premrl: St. Margaret’s Church in Koče. An outline of the architectural history of the church and its interior furnishings
  • Nadja Terčon: Kalister, the Gorups and maritime business
  • Angelika Hribar: Josip Gorup and his family
  • Miha Preinfalk: Josip Gorup’s title of nobility and his coat of arms
  • Mario Šušteršič: Josip Gorup von Slavinjski in Trieste
  • Lidija Slana: Josip Gorup in Ljubljana
  • Irvin Lukežić: Josip Gorup von Slavinjski’s letters to Ivan Hribar
  • Gojko Zupan: Josip Gorup and the architecture of Ljubljana
  • Daina Glavočić: Josip Gorup von Slavinjski’s construction activities in Rijeka at the end of the 19th century
  • Vesna Bučić: Josip Gorup von Slavinjski’s attitude towards culture and the arts
  • Damir Globočnik: Painter Josip M. Gorup (1898–1926)
  • Marjana Mirković: Slovenian Home KPD Association Bazovica – Milan Gorup’s Villa, Podpinjol 43, Rijeka
  • The Kalister and Gorup families

Kronika 58/1 (PDF)


2010, 58/2

2010, 58/2

  • Matjaž Grahornik: Contributions to the early history of Miklavž na Dravskem polju until the end of the 16th century
  • Neva Makuc: Friulian historiography during the period of humanism and renaissance
  • Boris Golec: Trubar’s family line and family name in the Slovenian territory. Following the traces of the “vanished” family line and family name of the father of the first Slovene book
  • Ana Lavrič: The cult and visual presentations of St. Joseph, the patron saint of Carniola, with the Discalced Friars in Ljubljana
  • Stanislav Južnič: Gabriel Gruber from Russia for Americans and Chinese
  • Franci Lazarini: The furnishings and wall paintings of the parish Church of St. Ulrich in Smlednik
  • Miha Šimac: Who was the father of the Minister of War, Alexander Krobatin?
  • Andrej Rahten: The Šusteršič family – the history of a Carniolan legitimist family
  • Tatjana Hojan: The Association of Retired Teachers (1911–1941)

Kronika 58/2 (PDF)


2010, 58/3 From the history of Bela krajina

2010, 58/3 Iz zgodovine Bele krajine

  • Miha Preinfalk: Kronika and the rich history of White Carniola
  • Andrej Nared: Privilege law of the County in the Windic March and Metlika
  • Igor Sapač: Medieval architectural designs of the Črnomelj and Metlika castles
  • Igor Sapač: The Krupa Castle. A description of architectural history
  • Lidija Slana: Owners of castles and mansions at Semič throughout centuries
  • Boris Golec: Market towns that never existed? Overlooked market towns of White Carniola and its market town that never existed
  • Marko Zajc: Towards the history of delineating the border in White Carniola
  • Matjaž Ambrožič: Ecclesiastical-administrative history of White Carniola
  • Jože Škofljanec: The Monastery of Virgin Mary de Insula prope Metlicam: addressing the problem of the arrival of the Franciscans in White Carniola
  • Janez Weiss: The Reformation in the Metlika area. A contribution to a more complete understanding of the emergence of Protestantism in the Slovenian territory
  • Boris Golec: The Christianised »Turk« Anton Husič and his 316-year-old family line in Pobrežje, White Carniola
  • Jure Volčjak: White Carniola in visitation minutes of the Archbishop of Gorizia, Karl Michael Attems (1752–1774)
  • Jure Volčjak: Pastors in White carniola between 1753 and 1771
  • Eva Holz: State officials and district commissioners in White Carniola between 1848 and 1914
  • Eva Holz: Road conditions in White Carniola from the mid-18th century to World War I
  • Sabina Žnidaršič Žagar: White Carniola – the demographic particularity of Carniola. A comparative analysis of the movement of the population of the political district  of Črnomelj in the period of Austrian national population censuses, 1880–1910; women’s perspective
  • Marjetka Balkovec Debevec: »Teachers put all their strength into the development of schools and national education«. Education system and teachers in White Carniola between 1860 and 1914
  • Marjan Drnovšek: White Carniolan Juro Adlešič and Slovenian emigration
  • Bojan Balkovec: White Carniolans in interwar elections
  • Tadeja Tominšek Čehulić: World War II and its consequences for the inhabitants of White Carniola (1941–1945)
  • Aleš Gabrič: The first Slovenian national theatre operated in White Carniola
  • Andrej Dular: A few newly discovered written documents from the Drašiči commune in White Carniola

Kronika 58/3 (PDF)