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Papers (1916-1970) of Alexander Bunka (1899- ) consist of correspondence with editors and congressmen concerning Ukrainian political and social issues; a scrapbook pertaining to Ukrainians in Tucson, Arizona, and correspondence with congressmen and government officials; newspaper clippings pertaining to Ukrainian folk art and Ukrainian dissidents; photographs; and materials pertaining to churches and Ukrainians in Fish Creek, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Papers (1963-1969) of Andrii Bohdan consist of flyers and programs pertaining to cultural events in the Philadelphia, Pa. Ukrainian community. Included are lists of recordings, a flyer of the Americans to Free Captive Nations, Inc., Ukrainian Division; and a program for the Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus 50th anniversay tour.
Papers (1940- ) of Philip and Anna Wasylowsky include correspondence and minutes of the American Ukrainian Republican Association, and correspondence, publications, and clippings from the Ukrainian National Association. Materials pertain to Ukrainian Day (Chicago, Ill.), famine in Ukraine (1932-1933), the Shevchenko Commemoration in Washington, D. C., church anniversary booklets, photographs, and other papers of Dr. John E. Smuk, and miscellany.
Papers (1950-1959) of Anna Chopek (b. 1912), a retired Ukrainian American lawyer, include a manuscript her father, Elias Chopek, read to a fifth grade class about his immigration to America.
Records (1966-1989) of the Association for the Liberation of Ukraine (ALU) consist of materials pertaining to the organization's activities in the United States.
The Association was founded in 1947, in Munich, to care for its members and families of deceased prisoners and to collect, arrange, and publish works by or about Ukrainian political prisoners, living or deceased.
Collection consists of newsletters, pamphlets and circular letters produced by the organization, anniversary publications commemorating events and personalities of Ukrainian history.
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.
Collection consists of photocopied news clippings, correspondence, event programs, photographs, creative writings, and other printed matter organized in scrapbook form, also some sound recordings.
Papers (1963-1972) of Bohdan Kulchycky consist of letterheads, form letters, and notebooks pertaining to the Philadelphia Branch and Central Executive of the Ukrainian Student Organizations of Michnowsky (TUSM) and the World Federation of TUSM; questionnaires; memoranda of the Federation of Ukrainian Students Organizations of America (SUSTA); and programs.
Papers (1971) of Denys Kwitkowsky (1909- ), a prominent Ukrainian American lawyer from Detroit, Michigan, consist of a typescript copy of his work entitled Human Rights: Theory and Practice.
Papers (1985) of Dr. Dietrich D. Rempel consist of an unpublished typescript of memoirs entitled "Holy Cross to the Hammer and Sickle". The memoirs relate events during the Russian Revolution of 1917.
Papers (1950-1964) of Dmytro Chabin consist of pamphlets; programs; and form letters sent to him by Ukrainian social and church organizations such as T-vo Prykhyl'nykiv Ukrainska Natsional'na Rada; the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, and others.
Papers (1968-1969) of Dmytro Fodchuk include correspondence; newspaper clippings; leaflets; newspapers; programs; and published materials. Much of the collection pertains to Ukrainian social activities in the United States and Canada.
Papers consist of newspaper clippings of articles that Dmytro Levchuk contributed to two Ukrainian-American newspapers (America and Batkivshchyna). Compiled in four volumes by Levchuk's wife, Irene.
Papers of Ukrainian historian and economist Dmytro Solovey consist of correspondence and typescript manuscripts of his works.
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 (1928-1973) of Ukrainian American author Dokiia Kuzmiwna Humenna (b. 1904) consist of two scrapbooks. Included are book reviews, publication announcements, epigrams, correspondence, and miscellany.
Papers ( 1950-1956) of Eugene Lachowitch (1900- ) include material on the activities of the Ukrainian Congress Committee and some of its officials in the United States and Europe, an article on Ukrainian-Jewish relations, and miscellany.
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.
Constitution and by-laws, newsletters, event program brochures, and bulletins.
Papers of George Royick consist of manuscript memoirs, information on various Ukrainian American organizations, and miscellaneous correspondence.
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.
Materials pertaining to Halyna Zajac' activities in PLAST (Ukrainian Girl Scouts in America) in Chicago.
Papers (1950-) of Hanna Cherin include correspondence; handwritten and typescript poems; material related to exhibit and holding of Ucrainica at the University of Chicago; illustrations for children's books; photographs; and newspaper clippings of her articles and poems.
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.
Collection consists of a scrapbook (handwritten by Ivan Czuy) containing Ukrainian songs, dedicated to Anna Batiuk. Included are also 3 photographs and a newspaper obituary of Ivan Czuy.