Anatol Julian Kurdydyk papers
Papers ( 1914-1975) of Anatol Julian Kurdydyk (1905- ) consist of newspaper clippings on Ukrainian community activities in Canada, and a document titled "An Act to incorporate the Ruthenian Greek Catholic Parishes and Missions in the Province of Manitoba."
- Creation: 1914-1975
- Kurdydyk, Anatol Julian (Person)
Language of Materials
Ukrainian and English
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An editor, writer, and journalist, Anatol Julian Kurdydyk (1905- ) was born in Pidhajci, Ukraine. He was educated at the University of Lviv, and served with the Polish Army, 1928-1929. He was co-editor of Ukrainskyi Holos, Nedilia, and Dilo, and was Vienna correspondent for Krakivski Visti. After coming to Canada following World War II, he was cofounder and editor of Vilne Slovo (Toronto) and editor of Novyi Shkiakh and Postup. Kurdydyk is also a prolific author and active in numerous professional and cultural organizations.
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