Stephen Kuropas papers
Papers (1940- ) of Stephen Kuropas (1900- ) include correspondence, and programs for Ukrainian American cultural events. Also included are materials pertaining to his travels in Ukraine and Poland and to the Shevchenko Freedom Award.
- Kuropas, Stepan, 1900- (Person)
Language of Materials
Ukrainian and English
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A realtor and activist in Ukrainian American affairs, Stephen Kuropas (1900- ) was born in Peremysl, Ukraine, and came to the United States ca. 1929 after serving in various military units during World War I and after. He settled in Chicago, Illinois. Kuropas maintained membership in numerous Ukrainian American organizations including the Ukrainian National Association. He was a regular contributor to Svoboda, editor of Samostiina Ukraina, and a contributor to Ukraintsi u Vilnomu Sviti, J. C.
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- Awards and Prizes. Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Ukrainian Americans -- Social life and customs. Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
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