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Mykola H. Haydak papers
Mykola Iljaszenko papers
Photoalbum and letters from relatives in Ukraine.
Myron Leskiw papers
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.
Myron Malaniuk papers
Papers (1939-1989) of Myron Malaniuk (1913- ) consist of correspondence; newspaper clippings; leaflets, brochures, form letters and flyers related to Ukrainian community life and activities in Chicago, Ill. and elsewhere.
Myroslav Sichynsky papers
Papers (1912-1979) of Myroslav Sichynsky consist of family and general correspondence, speeches, form letters, collection lists, flyers concerning his lecture tours in the United States, reports and appeals by the Ukrainian National Association and Ukrainian Fraternal Association, miscellaneous publications, newspaper clippings on Ukrainian and general world affairs, 6 color slides, and a taped interview with Sichynsky.
Neonilla Patchowska papers
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.
Nicholas Duplak papers
Papers consist of photocopies of letters written by a former Ford auto worker Wasyl Lucenko to U.S. presidents and congress, Ukrainian community leaders, Ukraine's leaders, articles and newspaper clippings.
Oksana Solovey papers
Papers (1919-2004) of Oksana Solovey (1919- ) consist of flyers, correspondence, announcements, newspaper clippings, etc., pertaining to organizations such as the Ukrainian Writers' Association in Exile "Slovo," Ukrainian Socialist Party-Munich, Ukrainian National Republic in Exile, Ukrainian American Professional Club-Twin Cities (Minn.), and others.
Oksana Voronin papers
Papers of Oksana Voronin (Wikul) (1921-2001) consist of correspondence, typescript articles, newspaper clippings, flyers, programs and photographs pertaining to Ukrainian dancers and dance groups in the United States and Canada.
Oleksander Kaniuka papers
Papers (1950-1986) of Oleksander Kaniuka consist of a sketchbook of original and sample versions of his graphic art works; exhibit catalogs; and newspaper clippings, as well as works used for flyers, newsletters, bulletins, and diplomas. Subjects include Ukrainian American community activities, Kaniuka's experiences in prison during 1931-1933, political cartoons on Ukraine during its occupation and struggle for independence.
Oleksandra Kostiuk papers
Papers of Oleksandra F. Kostiuk (ca. 1948-1982) consist of personal and general corresondence, literary works, flyers, newspaper clippings and other materials pertaining to the Ukrainian Literary Arts Club of Minnesota, the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, Minnesota Branch, the Shvechenko Jubilee Committee, Ukrainian Gold Cross, Ukrainian Peasant Organization, Ukrainian Chorus Dnipro, and Ukrainian Saturday School of St. George's Ukrainian Orthodox Church (Minneapolis, Minnesota).
Olexa Bulavitsky papers
Collection consists of family and personal correspondence, photographs, event program brochures and flyers, and newspaper clippings about Olexa Bulavitsky and his artwork, exhibits, etc.
Omelan Mykhailo Tyshovnytskyi papers
Papers (1970-1982) of Omelan Mykhailo Tyshovnytskyi (1899- ) consist of materials pertaining to the cultural activities of the Ukrainian community in Los Angeles, California. Included are bulletins of the Ukrainian Culture Center in Los Angeles, the local chapter of Ukrainian Youth League, the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Ukrainian Catholic Church in Holywood, and others.
Orest Horodyskyj papers
Organization for the Rebirth of Ukraine (ODWU), Minnesota Branch records
Paul Lymarenko papers
Papers (1951-1981) of P. Lymarkeno consist of typescripts, correspondence, brochures, and other information pertaining to the United Ukrainian American Relief Committee, Inc., Svoboda, the American Ukrainian Resort Center, Inc., St. Vladimir Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral (Philadelphia, Pa.), the Ukrainian Bandurists Chorus, the International Institute of Philadelphia (Pa.), the United Ukrainian War Veterans of America, and others, together with a family photograph.
Pawlo Kukuruza papers
Papers of publisher and editor Pawlo Kukuruza include correspondence with the UNCHR Indemnification Fund, UUARC, Inc., doctors and lawyers, and various Ukrainian Americans regarding publications; newspaper clippings; photocopies of journals he edited and published; biographical materials; a bibliography of sub-Carpathian literature; publications about bee-keeping, and photographs.
Peter Kapschutschenko papers
Papers (1947-1966) of Peter Kapschutschenko (1915- ) include photographs of his works, art exhibit programs, and miscellany.
Petro Feshchenko-Czopiwsky papers
Papers (ca. 1925-1965) of Petro Feshchenko-Czopiwsky contain correspondence, biographical material, and manuscript and published music scores of operas and operettas by Mykola M. Arkas (1853-1909) and other composers. In Ukrainian.
Petro Sydorenko papers
Papers (1960-1967) of Petro Sydorenko, a Ukrainian American artist and director of the Children's Art Studio in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, include art exhibit programs for Ukrainian Canadian artists and Ukrainian children's works, and informative booklets on various topics, including the Ukrainian community in Toronto.
Philip Shayda papers
Papers (1957-1977) of Philip Shayda consist of brochures, flyers, newsletters, and posters pertaining to Ukrainian social, political, and community activities in Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota. Shayda was long-time president of Sts. Volodymyr and Olga Ukrainian Orthodox Church Choir (St. Paul, Minn.).
Rev. Andrii (Andrew) Kist papers
Papers (ca. 1929-1961) of Andrii Kist consist mainly of photographs pertaining to Ukrainian American church, social, and community events in the United States.
Rev. Michael Kudanowicz (Kudanovych) papers
Papers (1949-1974) of Rev. Michael Kudanowicz consist of stamps, envelopes, and letterheads of various Ukrainian Plast (Scout) Youth organizations of the United States and Canada and their activities; material pertaining to the Ukrainian National Association 28th Convention; commemorative buttons and ribbons of the Catholic and Orthodox Eastern Churches of America; and miscellaneous programs and flyers on activities of the Ukrainian community of Rochester, N.Y.
Rev. Volodymyr Klodnyckyj papers
Ridna Shkola - Ukrainian Heritage School (Buffalo, New York) records
Organizational records including correspondence, minutes, reports, financial reports, class lessons, faculty rosters, program brochures, newspaper clippings, photographs, and educational materials.
Ridna Shkola - Ukrainian Heritage School (Saint Paul, Minnesota) records
Collection consists of one ledger containing the organization's financial records for the period from 1961 to 1973.
Serhij Krascheninnikow papers
Papers (1950-1961) of Serhij Krascheninnikow (1895- ), a zoologist, consist of published articles on zoology, and his article about Mykola Zerov, a Ukrainian poet and literary editor.
Serhij Syla Yermolenko papers
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).
Stefan Kuchlewsky papers
Papers (ca. 1950s) of Stefan Kuchlewsky include programs, announcements of Ukrainian American activities, newspaper clippings, postcards, and stamps.
Stepan Kikta papers
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).
- Ukrainian 32
- Ukrainian Americans -- Societies, etc. 23
- Ukrainian Americans 21
- Political activity 10
- Community life 9
- Ukrainian Americans -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis. 8
- Education 7
- Music 5
- Cultural heritage 4
- Displaced persons 4
- Ukrainian Americans -- Minnesota -- Saint Paul. 4
- Ukrainian Americans -- Minnesota. 4
- Ukrainian Americans -- Social life and customs. 4
- Ukrainians -- Canada -- Societies, etc. 4
- Ukrainians -- Canada. 4
- Ukrainians -- Relations with Jews. 4
- College teachers 3
- Ethnic press 3
- Folk dancing 3
- Organization for the Rebirth of Ukraine (ODWU) 3 + ∧ less
- Ukrainian 72
- English 52
- Multiple languages 45
- German 1
- Russian 1
- Granovsky, Alexander A. 2
- Association for the Liberation of Ukraine (Spilka vyzvolennia Ukrainy v SShA.) 1
- Association of Ukrainian Political Prisoners (Munich, West Germany). 1
- Association of Ukrainians in Great Britain 1
- Avramenko, Vasyl 1
- Baczynskyj, Ivan. 1
- Bohdan, Andrii. 1
- Bryzhun, Konstantyn 1
- Bulavitsky, Oleksa 1
- Bunka, Alexander, 1899 1
- Bykovskyi, Lev. 1
- Chabin, Dmytro. 1
- Chegensky, John. 1
- Cherin, Hanna. 1
- Chinchenko, John, 1905 1
- Chopek, Anna, 1912 1
- Chyz, Yaroslav, 1894-1958 1
- Czuy, Ivan 1
- Derbush, Mykola. 1
- Feshchenko-Czopiwsky, Petro. 1 + ∧ less