Ukrainians -- Canada.
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Papers ( 1914-1975) of Anatol Julian Kurdydyk (1905- ) consist of newspaper clippings on Ukrainian community activities in Canada, and a document titled "An Act to incorporate the Ruthenian Greek Catholic Parishes and Missions in the Province of Manitoba."
Papers (1970-1971) of Jaroslav Bohdan Rudnyckyj consist of materials on the Manitoba Mosaic Congress (Oct. 13-17, 1970), the Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturism in Canada, and copies of newspaper clippings pertaining to the Congress and Commission. The Congress is an organization whose purpose is to study the problems of ethnic groups in Canada. Rudnyckyj contributed recommendations and reactions to the Commission's study of the status of ethnic languages in Canada.
Papers (1934-1967) of John (Iwan Marian) Chinchenko (b. 1905), a Ukrainian Canadian botanist and plant physiologist, include biographical material and articles and papers on various scientific topics. Chinchenko was born in Ukraine, and before moving to Canada was professor of biology at Gannon College (Erie, Pa.), and Dunbarton College (Washington, D.C.).
Papers (1950-1970) of Julian Sochocky include leaflets, programs, announcements, periodicals, and newspaper clippings pertaining to Ukraine, Ukrainian Americans, and Ukrainian-Canadians. Materials also pertain to Cardinal Joseph Slipyj, Galicia, Polish-Galician affairs, Taras Shevchenko, and religious matters. The bulk of this collection is composed of newspaper clippings.
Papers (1945-1974) of Lev (or Leon) Bykovsky (b. 1895), a retired librarian from Denver, Colorado, include correspondence; programs; and newspaper clippings pertaining to the Ukrainian Festival (Dauphin, Manitoba, Canada), and the Ukrainian Free University. Also included are two manuscripts and a typescript biography of Tekla and Hryhori Danys of San Francisco, California.
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.