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Papers (1958-1972) of Stephan Golash include correspondence with the Society of Veterans of Ukrainian Insurgent Army, Komitet Hromadskoi dii za Patriiarkhat UKTserkvy, the Ukrainian Student Organization of Michnovsky (TUSM), the Committee for the Defense of Soviet Political Prisoners, and the Research Society for Ukrainian Terminology. Also included are materials pertaining to Ukrainian community activities in the United States.
Papers (1940- ) of Stephen Kuropas (1900- ) include correspondence, and programs for Ukrainian American cultural events. Also included are materials pertaining to his travels in Ukraine and Poland and to the Shevchenko Freedom Award.
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.
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.
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.
Records of the Ukrainian Engineers' Society of America, Inc., Minnesota Branch consist of the organization's constitution, correspondence, minutes, financial reports, membership lists, certificates and programs of events.
Records (1934-1953) of the Ukrainian Folk Ballet of the Twin Cities consist of three scrapbooks containing the constitution, programs, newpaper clippings, and photographs. All items from the three scrapbooks in the collection have been digitized and are available in the University of Minnesota's U Media Archive. A video featuring items from the collection is also available in U Media Archive (see "Digital materials" below.)
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.
Records (1939-1977) of the Ukrainian Students' Club, University of Minnesota, consist of files of the Club, including correspondence and minutes.
Newspaper clippings (1968-1971) pertain to Ukrainians in the Belfield, Jamestown, Minot, and other areas of North Dakota.
Collections consists of the organization's meeting minutes, correspondence, anniversary event programmes and photographic documentation, copies of branch and member award certificates. Included are also financial records (accounting, reports, fundraising activities) and annual reports.
Papers (1939-1972) of Ukrainian American ballet master and film producer Vasyl (or Wasyl) Avramenko (1895- ) comprise programs, flyers, and pictures of his activities in the United States and Canada.
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.
Records (1963-1972) of Visti (The Herald) consist of correspondence, minutes, financial records, subscriptions, articles, and other records. Major correspondents and contributors include Myroslav Antonovych, Vasyl Yemets, Jacques Hnizdovsky, Vasyl Vytvyts'kyi, Tetiana O. Koshets', Pavlo Matsenko, Roman Prydatkevych, Leonyd Poltava, and others.
Papers (1954-1966) of Vladimir Shyprykevich (1907- ) consist of art catalogues and programs on art exhibits, a dedication booklet, and newspaper articles pertaining to the Taras Shevchenko Statue in Washington, D. C.
Papers (1914-1965) of Volodymyr Romanovs'kyi, who was active in the Twin Cities, Minn., Ukrainian community, consist of appeals of the Committee for Erection of All-Ukrainian Church Monument in Paris, France; a mimeographed copy of Chomumypovynni holosuvaty zademokrative (Why We Should Vote for Democrats), Minneapolis, Minn. and financial reports of the Ukrainian Orthodox Parish of St. Michael's Church (Minneapolis, Minn., 1960, 1965).
Collection consists of materials (correspondence, reports, articles, conference booklets, etc.) pertaining to the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America; Displaced Persons; World Congress of Free Ukrainians; Shevchenko Centennial; Ukrainians in Brazil; congressional leaders; the Ukrainian American newspaper "Ameryka" and periodical "Ukrainian Bulletin; Ukrainian Catholic Church in Philadelphia; and the publication "The Ukrainian Heritage." Included are also photographs.
Collection consists mainly of materials pertaining to the Ukrainian Polytechnic Institute in Munich, Germany. Included are also maps of Ukraine and the western Carpathian region, corespondence and items documenting Ukrainian American life.
Papers of Wasyl Pakulak consist of scrapbooks of newspaper clippings of articles written by him as well as other articles.
Papers (1920-1925) of Wasyl Proch include an affidavit for an American visa from the United States consulate in Prague; an affidavit of support from the Merchants National Bank (St. Paul, Minn.); a Ukrainian passports; and photograph postcards.