Eugene Lachowitch papers
Papers ( 1950-1956) of Eugene Lachowitch (1900- ) include material on the activities of the Ukrainian Congress Committee and some of its officials in the United States and Europe, an article on Ukrainian-Jewish relations, and miscellany.
- Lachowitch, Eugene, 1900- (Person)
Language of Materials
Ukrainian and English
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A machine designer and journalist, Eugene Lachowitch (1900- ) was born in Ushnia, Ukraine. He served in the Ukrainian Army (1918-1921), then studied in Danzig and, after coming to the United States, at the Technological Institute (Brooklyn, N. Y.). Lachowitch worked for vairous firms in New York and Miami, Florida. From 1936-1942 he served as associate editor of Svoboda, as editor of Visnyk (New York), and as correspondent for several Ukrainian and Ukrainian American newspapers and publications.
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- Ethnic press Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
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- Ukrainian American newspapers. Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Ukrainian Americans -- Societies, etc. Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Ukrainians -- Relations with Jews. Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
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