Edward Alan Symanski papers
Papers of Symans consist of correspondence of him and his wife Therese M. Symans; newspaper clippings, mostly from Grand Rapids, Mich.; personal papers; research notes; and scrapbooks. Correspondence and clippings pertain to immigraton, genealogy, and articles and poetry written by Symans. Also included are newsletters of the Polish Heritage Society.
- Creation: 1971-1985
- Symanski, Edward Alan. (Person)
Language of Materials
English, Polish and Spanish
Open for use in the Elmer L. Andersen Library reading room.
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Symans (originally Edward A. Syzymanski) served in Poland for many years in the United States Foreign Service. He has published three volumes of poetry and is a founder of the Polish Heritage Society of Grand Rapids (Mich.).
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