Polish American newspapers.
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Records (1939-1961) of the Alliance Publishing Company of Chicago, Ill., a publisher of Polish American newspapers Dziennik Zwiazkowy and Zgoda, include correspondence; cartoons; editorial material; newspaper clippings; photographs; and material for the 1952 Kalendarz Zwiazkowy (an annual publication). Also included are material on the American Slav Congress of 1949; and a financial report for the Polish American Congress (1953).
Records (1925-1975) of the Polish American Czas Publishing Company (Brooklyn, New York) consist chiefly of editorial correspondence and published material. Also included are materials pertaining to Polish World War II war relief efforts.
Papers of John Krawiec consist of correspondence, clippings and publications, event programs, photographs, legal documents, a reel-to-reel recording of his remarks upon the death of his mother (1969), and various other materials. Worth mentioning are materials regarding the United Steelworkers of America’s Ed Sadlowski, Free Poland, the samizdat (underground) press, Lech Walensa’s “Solidarnosc” movement, and the Legion of Self Liberation of Poland.
Papers (1973-1979) of Joseph Wiewiora include drafts of articles pertaining to the U.S. Bicentennial and of other Zgoda articles and advertisements; background for articles including press relieases from the Polish National Alliance of U.S. of N.A., Polish National Alliance by-laws, a booklet on the 4th convention of Polonia Society, issues of Zgoda, a booklete entitled In the Mainstreams of American Life, correspondence, including a letter from Jody L. Powell, Jr., and photographs.
Papers (1919-1976) of Józef F. Bialasiewicz, a Polish American newspaper editor from Chicago, Illinois, include correspondence; financial records; newspaper clippings; reports; and miscellany pertaining to the Polish American Book Company, Polonia, and Ameryka Echo.
Papers reflect K. Jaskolski's activities as editor of the Polish American newspapers, Kuryer Codzienny and Gazeta Polonii, and his involvement with radio broadcasts of the "Polish Variety Hour" and Voice of America. Also included are materials pertaining to many Polish American organizations in the Boston area.
Papers (n.d.) of journalist Mieczyslaw Friedel consist of a photocopy of his manuscript entitled "Unbookish and Undivulged Story About World War II". The manuscript consists of newspaper clippings of a diary he wrote for the Polish-American Daily "Kuryer Poliski (Milwaukee, Wis.).
Records (1930-1960) of the Paryski Publishing Company consist of the vast business and editorial papers of the company. Included are ledgers, correspondence, mail orders, journals, advertisement orders, press room reports, cancelled checks, articles, receipts, tax reports, wage contracts, and editorial materials.
Records (1955-1972) of the Polish American Book Company (Chicago, Illinois) consist of correspondence; financial records; newspaper clippings; and press releases pertaining to the newspapers Polonia and Ameryka-Echo, the Independent Publishing Co., and to organizations such as the Polish American Congress.