Wasyl Proch papers
Papers (1920-1925) of Wasyl Proch include an affidavit for an American visa from the United States consulate in Prague; an affidavit of support from the Merchants National Bank (St. Paul, Minn.); a Ukrainian passports; and photograph postcards.
- Creation: 1920-1925
- Proch, Wasyl, 1900- (Person)
Language of Materials
Ukrainian, Czech, and English
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Wasyl Proch (1900- ) was born in Ozirna, Galicia, and came to Minnesota ca. 1926. He was active in St. Michael's Ukrainian Orthodox Church parish (Minneapolis, Minnesota).
1 linear inch
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