Ivan Pujo papers
Papers (ca. 1946-2000) of Ivan Pujo consist of personal documents and correspondence, certificates and diplomas, typescript of his diploma work entitled "Znachennia hroshei narodnomu hospodarstvi" (Significance of money to the national domestic economy), draft of a new constitution for the Carpathian Union, typescript/manuscript articles, newspaper clippings, passports and photographs.
- Pujo, Ivan (Person)
Language of Materials
Ukrainian, German and English
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Ivan Pujo wsa born in Pylypets, Ukraine, in 1919. He received his education in Ukraine and Germany after WWII in trade and economics. Pujo came to the United States in 1951 and settled in New York. He was a Ukrainian American community activist and a philanthropist. Pujo worked as a broker on Wall Street for 33 years. He was a member of the Ukrainian Academy of Science of New York. Ivan Pujo died in 2010.
1 Linear foot
Collection donated to the IHRC by Ivan Pujo in 2001.
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