Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Collection consists of photocopied news clippings, correspondence, event programs, photographs, creative writings, and other printed matter organized in scrapbook form, also some sound recordings.
Papers consist of newspaper clippings of articles that Dmytro Levchuk contributed to two Ukrainian-American newspapers (America and Batkivshchyna). Compiled in four volumes by Levchuk's wife, Irene.
Papers of Ukrainian historian and economist Dmytro Solovey consist of correspondence and typescript manuscripts of his works.
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 (1950-1966) of Jurij Teodorowycz include programs, souvenir booklets, and announcements of Ukrainian activities in the United States, also documentation pertaining to the Ukrainian National School and various other educational institutions of Ukrainians in Regensburg, Germany.
Papers (1918-1976) of Ukrainian American philanthropist Kalenik Lessiuk consist of copies of certificates he received from the Ukrainian Free Cossack Society, American Christian College, Union of Ukrainian Veterans, as well as newspaper clippings, letters from President Gerald Ford, and Dmytro Shtohryn, and biographical information on Petro Oleksiienko.
Papers (1919-1956) of Konstantyn Yosypovych Klepachivsky (1887-1979), a lawyer and banker, contain corresondence, materials pertaining to the State Bank of Ukraine, photographs, biographical materials, maps, and miscellany. Also included are newspapers, periodicals, correspondence, and miscellany of his wife Maria Klepachivska.
Papers (1900-1966) of Marian Kurochka (1899- ) consist of a manuscript copy of his work entitled "Tsyhans'kymy dorohamy" (Gypsy Roads). Included are photographs of his journey through various countries before his arrival in the United States.
Papers (1946-1957) of Matthew Stachiw (1895-1978) include announcements, flyers, and miscellany on Ukrainian American activities, and a copy of "Ohliad boievoi diial'nosty na ukrains'kykh zemlialch zaniatykh Pol'shcheiu za 1922-yi rik" (Overview of Battle Activities on Ukrainian lands Occupied by Poland in 1922).
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.
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.
Papers (1947-1966) of Peter Kapschutschenko (1915- ) include photographs of his works, art exhibit programs, and miscellany.
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.
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.
Papers (ca. 1950s) of Stefan Kuchlewsky include programs, announcements of Ukrainian American activities, newspaper clippings, postcards, and stamps.
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.
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 (1951-1983) of composer Wasyl Shut (1899- ) consist of a brief biography by his wife, Maria, programs, and photographs.