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Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Papers consist of an account of family life in Velkrop, Austria-Hungary (now in Czechoslovakia), in the late 1800s. Guzy discusses agriculture, the role of the churches, marriage customs, housing, folk medicine, foods, clothing, funerals, holidays, and child care.
Overview Collection consists of materials commemorating the "Testimonial dinner honoring of the Most Reverend Metropolitan Archbishop Stephen J. Kocisko, D.D. on the occasion of his fortieth anniversary of ordination to the holy priesthood and his twenty-fifth anniversary of consecration to the episcopacy." The dinner was held on Sunday, October 25, 1981 at the William Penn Hotel in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Included are event program brochures, photographs, and special issues of newspapers with reports...
Overview John Gera was a Twin Cities resident of Carpatho-Rusyn descent. He was a member of the Rusin Association of Minnesota and active in the local Greek Catholic/Byzantine Catholic community. The collection contains John Gera’s personal notes and scrapbooks pertaining to the Carpatho-Rusyn language, Rusin Association of Minnesota activities, and Carpatho-Rusyn history. The collection also contains material pertaining to Byzantine Catholics in the United States, including 7 VHS tapes of religious...
Overview Collection consists of membership dues receipt books for St. John's Greek Catholic Parish in northeast Minneapolis and for the affiliated Lodge No. 300 of the Union of Greek Catholic Russian Brotherhoods, receipts for remittances sent by Michael Skripich to Paloha Szkripicz in Havaskoz, Hungary (1918-1938 Liuta, Czechoslovakia, today Ljuta, Ukaine) and two postcards sent to Michael Skripich from California and Alaska.
Overview Collection consists of oversized ledgers containing membership and financial records fo the parish and the men's and women's lodges affiliated with the parish, photographs of religious events (Easter liturgy).
Overview One ledger (95 pages) containing handwritten meeting minutes of the organization for the years 1911-1915 in the Rusin dialect. Included is also a translation into English by John Gera from 1995.