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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 (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.
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.
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).
Papers (1972) of Mykola A. Novak consist of information on the Ukrainian Cultural Center (Los Angeles, Calif.) Included are brochures, flyers, and leaflets.
Papers (1946-1958) of Myron Leskiw (1909- ) include correspondence, newspaper clippings, leaflets, and brochures. Personal correspondence largely pertains to the Ukrainian American community and its fight against communism, and to Ukrainian community activities. Also included are reports, newsletters and other materials of the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America.
Papers (1944-1957) of Neonilla Patchowska (1890-1957) consist of an application to file for petition for naturalization, a photograph of her, newsletters of S. S. General Stuart Heintzelman, and commemorative stamps.
Papers (ca. 1929-1961) of Andrii Kist consist mainly of photographs pertaining to Ukrainian American church, social, and community events in the United States.
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).
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).
Newspaper clippings (1968-1971) pertain to Ukrainians in the Belfield, Jamestown, Minot, and other areas of North Dakota.
- Community life 4
- Ukrainian 4
- St. Michael's Ukrainian Orthodox Church (Minneapolis, Minn.) 2
- Ukrainian Americans -- Religious life. 2
- Ukrainian Americans -- Societies, etc. 2
- Ukrainian Youth League of North America 2
- Anti-Communist movements -- United States -- Correspondence, reminiscences, etc. 1
- Arts 1
- Credit unions -- Ohio -- Cleveland. 1
- Editors. 1
- Educators. 1
- Ethnic press 1
- Ethnological museums and collections. 1
- Fairs. 1
- Festivals 1
- Folk dancing 1
- Journalists. 1
- Junior colleges -- Pennsylvania -- Jenkintown. 1
- Lawyers. 1
- Music 1 ∧ less
- Ukrainian 14
- Kikta, Stepan. 1
- Kist, Andrii, 1891-1986. 1
- Leskiw, Myron, 1909- . 1
- Manor Junior College. 1
- Novak, Mykola A. 1