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Oleksandra Kostiuk papers

Identifier: IHRC1266

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).

Dates: 1948-1982

Serhij Syla Yermolenko papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: IHRC2870

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).

Dates: 1943-1981

Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, Minnesota Branch records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: IHRC2664

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.

Dates: 1949-1986

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