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Papers include material for Stefan's memoirs, correspondence, family and other photographs, information on Carpatho-Ukraine, drafts for articles and books, newspaper clippings, maps, and several framed awards.
Materials pertaining to the activities of Mr. Robert Hussar in the Ukrainian Youth League of North America. The organization was founded in 1951 in New York.
Papers (1923-1987) of Dmytro Zakharchuk (1894-1980), an artist and poet, include manuscript and published poetry, and an English translation of his experiences in Ukraine during World War I.
Papers (1931-1996) consist of general correspondence; correspondence pertaining to ODWU (Organization for the Rebirth of Ukraine), publication of his book "Na Storozhi Ukrainy," New York Republican State Committee (Naturalized Citizens Division-Ukrainian Section); ODWU circulars; drafts of articles; and newspaper clippings pertaining to the Ukrainian Bureau of Washington, D.C.
George Wynnk was active in the Massachusetts Ukrainian community. Papers include family photographs, newspaper clippings on Ukrainians in Massachusetts, a map of the Lemko region of Ukraine, and a letter from the Massachusetts governor's office.
Correspondence, newspaper clippings, bulletins, event programs and flyers, newsletters, photographs and resolutions documenting the activities of Ukrainian Americans and the World Congress of Free Ukrainians in Pennsylvania.
Correspondence, research notes.
Papers (1917-1956) of Ivan Baczynskyj consist of a collection of research into the living conditions in Ukraine under the Soviet regime, interviews with survivors of the 1933 famine in Ukraine, information on the Federation of Ukrainian Students organization, Ukrainian currency, and programs of Ukrainian events in the United States.
The collection contains organizational records of the Ukrainian Bicentennial Committee in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Papers (1955-1966) of John Sinowatny include form letters of various Ukrainian-American organizations and institutions, programs, and announcements.
Collection consists of correspondence, minutes of the Ukrainian Youth Club of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, ledger of the Ukrainian "Sich" Society, notes, newspaper clippings, pamphlets and 2 photographs.
Event programs and announcements, correspondence, and newspaper clippings documenting Ukrainian Americans and their activities in New England, mainly Massachusetts and Rhode Island where Rev. Zelechiwsky was pastor of St. Stephen's Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Manville.
Papers (1950-1966) of Jurij Teodorowycz include programs, souvenir booklets, and announcements of Ukrainian activities in the United States, also documentation pertaining to the Ukrainian National School and various other educational institutions of Ukrainians in Regensburg, Germany.
Papers (1918-1976) of Ukrainian American philanthropist Kalenik Lessiuk consist of copies of certificates he received from the Ukrainian Free Cossack Society, American Christian College, Union of Ukrainian Veterans, as well as newspaper clippings, letters from President Gerald Ford, and Dmytro Shtohryn, and biographical information on Petro Oleksiienko.
Collection consists of biographical material, correspondence, news clippings, poems, Christmas/Easter greeting cards, and a few photographs.
Manor Junior College (Jenkintown, Penn.) materials consist of a typescript copy of "A History of Manor Junior College," and a Silver Jubilee Edition, 1947-1972.
The Popvich papers (2 linear ft., ca. 1930-1990) consist of correspondence, official documents of various organizations, photographs, periodical clippings, posters and memorabilia related to Ukraine and the Ukrainian American community.
Papers (1946-1957) of Matthew Stachiw (1895-1978) include announcements, flyers, and miscellany on Ukrainian American activities, and a copy of "Ohliad boievoi diial'nosty na ukrains'kykh zemlialch zaniatykh Pol'shcheiu za 1922-yi rik" (Overview of Battle Activities on Ukrainian lands Occupied by Poland in 1922).
Correspondence and financial records of the Ukrainian American choir "Dnipro" (founded in 1958 in St. Paul, Minnesota) and its Ukrainian music and art quarterly "Visti" (News), sheet music, concert programs for the choir's performances, and materials pertaining to the Sts. Volodymyr and Olga Ukrainian Orthodox Church in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Collection consists of newspaper clippings regarding Ukrainian Catholic Church, and Ukrainian community activities in the United States. Michael Kowalchuk was President of the Ukrainian American Citizens Society in Chester, Pennsylvania, whose records are also included in the collection (constitution, by-laws, minutes, officer lists, membership information).
Correspondence of Michael Mychalewych and materials documenting the activities of the Ukrainian American community in the Twin Cities.
Collection consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings on Ukrainians in the Twin Cities, Lawrence (Kansas) and an interview with Prof. A. A. Granovsky, church anniversary booklets of St. Mary's Russian Orthodox Church in Minneapolis (Minnesota) and translations of excerpts from them, a typescript on Ukrainian Stundists in North America.
Mykhailo Mishchenko was born in 1896 in Kharkiv, Ukraine, immigrated to the United States in 1949. Papers consist of correspondence (both personal and with Ukrainian organizations), event programs, notebooks, biographical documentation, bulletins and newsletters.
Papers (1972) of Mykola A. Novak consist of information on the Ukrainian Cultural Center (Los Angeles, Calif.) Included are brochures, flyers, and leaflets.
- Ukrainian Americans -- Societies, etc. 10
- Ukrainian Americans 7
- Ukrainian 6
- Community life 4
- Ukrainian Americans -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis. 3
- Ukrainian Americans -- Minnesota. 3
- Political activity 2
- St. Michael's Ukrainian Orthodox Church (Minneapolis, Minn.) 2
- Ukrainian Americans -- Minnesota -- Saint Paul. 2
- Ukrainian Americans -- Minnesota -- Societies, etc. 2
- Ukrainian Americans -- Religious life. 2
- Ukrainian Youth League of North America 2
- Ukrainians -- Relations with Jews. 2
- Anti-Communist movements -- United States -- Correspondence, reminiscences, etc. 1
- Art -- Exhibitions. 1
- Art -- Societies, etc. 1
- Art, Ukrainian -- Canada -- Catalogs. 1
- Art, Ukrainian. 1
- Artists 1
- Arts 1 + ∧ less
- German 2
- Belarusian 1
- French 1
- Hungarian 1
- Italian 1
- Baczynskyj, Ivan. 1
- Belarusian Orthodox Church. 1
- Belarusian-American Coordinating Committee of Chicago. 1
- Dziamidau, General Mikola. 1
- Granovsky, Alexander A. 1
- Iskrytski, Fr. Michael. 1
- Kikta, Stepan. 1
- Kist, Andrii, 1891-1986 1
- Klodnycky, Valdimir , 1891-1973 1
- Kostiuk, Oleksandra F., 1899-1985 1
- Kuropas, Mykola 1
- Leskiw, Myron, 1909- 1
- Lysiuk, Kalenyk. 1
- Manor Junior College. 1
- Novak, Mykola A. 1
- Novystki, Alexander, 1905-1970 1
- Organization for the Rebirth of Ukraine. 1
- Pakulak, Wasyl. 1
- Patchowska, Neonilla, 1890-1957 1
- Perepeluk, William J., 1900- 1 + ∧ less