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Correspondence, church board meeting minutes, newspaper clippings, photographs, anniversary booklets, bulletins and event flyers.
Papers (1943-1981) of Yermolenko include correspondence, minutes, financial records of the Ukrainian Cultural and Arts Club of Minnesota; records of the Commemorative Committee for the Famine in Ukraine; material pertaining to the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America -- Minnesota Branch; and records, including photographs, of the Ukrains'ke Zaporizhske Kozatstvo (Ukrainian Free Cossacks), whose headquarters were in Europe (1941-1945) and Chicago (1960-1975).
"Shliakh" is a weekly organ of the Ukrainian Catholic metropoly in the United States, published since 1940. Beginning in 1946, a parallel English-language version has been published as "The Way." Collection consists of correspondence regarding subscriptions.
The Center was estabished in 1975. Collection consists of bulletins, photographs, event programs and flyers, prints and postcards.
Parish meeting minutes, reports. Included are two photographs of parish members.
Papers (ca. 1950s) of Stefan Kuchlewsky include programs, announcements of Ukrainian American activities, newspaper clippings, postcards, and stamps.
Papers ( 1973-1986) of Stepan Kikta (1918- ) consist of programs, flyers, and miscellany on Ukrainian community activities in Cleveland, Ohio, as well as reports of the Ukrainian Museum-Archives, Inc., and the financial reports of the Self-Reliance Credit Union, Inc. (Cleveland).
Records (1968-1969) of THE THE MYRIANYN (LAYMAN), a Ukrainian American monthly published in Chicago, consist of material on the constitution of the Ukrainian Catholic Church, the Ukrainian Catholic Church of Sts. Volodymyr and Ol'ha in Chicago, Illinois, and programs of Ukrainian social and religious activities in Chicago.
Collection consists of leaflets, pamphlets and program brochures documenting various community-sponsored events (festivals, art exhibits, concerts, cultural heritage celebrations) within the Ukrainian American population of mainly Cleveland, Ohio, but also elsewhere in the United States and Canada. (Chicago, New York City, and other places).
Collection consists of financial and membership records, activity reports, materials pertaining to events organized by the camp, correspondence.
Records (1920-1967) of the Academy include programs, flyers, and announcements of Ukrainian activities in the United States and Canada. Also included are photographs and newspaper clippings. Organizations represented include the Ukrainian Canadian Relief Fund, Women's Auxiliary; the Ukrainian Art Theatre; Ukrainian Democratic Club; and the ODWU (Ohranivizatsiia Derzhavnoho Vidrozhennia Ukrainy.
Collection consists of three volumes of handwritten meeting minutes.
Constitution and by-laws, correspondence, meeting minutes, bulletins, membership and financial records.
Records (1953-1966) of the Ukrainian Artists Association in the USA consist mainly of art exhibit programs and art catalogues. Artists represented include Roman Patchowsky; Boris Patchowsky; Kateryna Krychevsky, Serhij Lytvynenko (1899-1964), Alexis Gritchenko, Vasyl H. Krychevsky (1873-1952) and others.
Correspondence, financial records, real estate and loan transactions documentation.
Records ( 1965-1966) of the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, Baltimore, Md., Branch, consist of announcements, flyers, and miscellany pertaining to the Committee's activities in Baltimore.
Records (ca. 1949-1986) of the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, Minnesota Branch include correspondence, photographs, and other materials pertaining to the organization's activities. Records (1961-1964) of the Shevchenko Memorial Committee of Minnesota which was organized through the UCCA are also included.
Collection consists of correspondence, activity reports, newspaper clippings, event announcements and invitations, conference proceedings.
Organizational records of local branches from Canada and the United States. Included are financial records of the Syracuse, New York, Branch No. 52.
Records (1966- ) of the Ukrainian Jaroslaw Society consist of information pertaining to the reunion gathering of Ukrainian emigrants from the region of Jaroslaw and the borderland west of the River Sian in ukraine.
Correspondence, meeting minutes, organizational publications.
Meeting minutes and agendas, correspondence, newspaper issues and clippings documenting the group's activities.
Records (1939-1977) of the Ukrainian Students' Club, University of Minnesota, consist of files of the Club, including correspondence and minutes.
Records include correspondence, briefs, minute reports, and circulars. Among the organizations represented in the collection is the Brotherhood of Former Soldiers of the First Ukrainian Division of the Ukrainian National Army (Mittenwald Branch).
Newspaper clippings (1968-1971) pertain to Ukrainians in the Belfield, Jamestown, Minot, and other areas of North Dakota.
The Puntus papers (0.5 linear ft., ca. 1930-1990) consist of correspondence, official documents of various organizations, photographs, periodical clippings, posters and memorabilia related to Belarus and the Belarusian-American community.
Papers (1924-1973) of Grendzha-Dons'kyi (1897-1974), a writer and poet from Carpatho-Ukraine, include biographical material, poetry, prose, and correspondence with his daughter, Alice (Grendza-Donska) Danyluk of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Also included are translations of his works into Ukrainian. Portions restricted.
Vera Stetkevicz Stangl was the daughter of Svoboda editor Joseph Stetkevicz. Papers (1910-1972) include musical scores, two of which are hymns dedicated to Ukrainian Americans (1913), music by Stanyslav Liudkevych (1879- ), patterns of Ukrainian embroideries, photographs including those of opera singer Solomea Krushelnytska and Joseph Stetkevicz, and miscellaneous print material.
- Language: Ukrainian X
- Collecting Area
- Immigration History Research Center Archives 132
- Children's Literature Research Collections 1
- Ukrainian 17
- Ukrainian Americans 14
- Ukrainian Americans -- Societies, etc. 14
- Community life 6
- Political activity 5
- Education 4
- Ukrainian Americans -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis. 4
- Ukrainians -- Canada. 4
- Cultural heritage 3
- Displaced persons 3
- Music 3
- Ukrainian Americans -- Minnesota -- Societies, etc. 3
- Ukrainian Americans -- Minnesota. 3
- Authors. 2
- College teachers 2
- Composers. 2
- Educators. 2
- Ethnic press 2
- Exile 2
- Famines -- Ukraine -- History -- 20th century. 2 + ∧ less
- English 80
- Multiple languages 6
- German 2
- English 1
- Belarusian 1
- Archimovych, Oleksander 1
- Association of Ukrainians in Great Britain 1
- Baczynskyj, Ivan. 1
- Belarusian Orthodox Church. 1
- Belarusian-American Coordinating Committee of Chicago. 1
- Bloch, Marie Halun 1
- Chegensky, John. 1
- Czuy, Ivan 1
- Dziamidau, General Mikola. 1
- Feshchenko-Czopiwsky, Petro. 1
- Granovsky, Alexander A. 1
- Grendzha-Dons'kyi, Vasyl, 1897-1974 1
- Hopkins, Hilary, 1938- 1
- Hordiienko, Havrylo, 1902- 1
- Humenna, Dokiia. 1
- Iskrytski, Fr. Michael. 1
- Kikta, Stepan. 1
- Kist, Andrii, 1891-1986 1
- Klodnycky, Valdimir , 1891-1973 1
- Kostiuk, Oleksandra F., 1899-1985 1 + ∧ less