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Oleksii Balabas was an "ordinary man" whose life encapsulates in microcosm a great deal of the history of Ukrainians in the first half of the 20th century. This collection contains six volumes of diaries from the 1940s and '50s, official and legal documents, correspondence, writings on Kuban' history, and photographs.
Dates: 1915-1960
Quantity: 1 Linear Feet, 3 bound volumes, 2 boxes
Iurii and Ol'ha Perkhorovych were Ukrainian immigrants from the Volyn' region who moved to Brooklyn, New York in the 1950s. The collection primarily consists of extensive correspondence with family, friends, and prominent individuals, and materials related to Iurii's avocational historical research and his activities with Volyn'-related organizations. It also contains materials from when Iurii and Ol'ha were in displaced persons camps in Germany, as well as personal documents, pocket diaries, and ephemera from their life in Brooklyn.
Dates: 1917-1999 (Bulk, 1946-1990)
Quantity: 12 Linear Feet
This collection houses the personal papers of Fr. Petro Stel'makh, a Ukrainian Orthodox clergyman who was active in German displaced persons camps, and played a significant role in the breakaway "Conciliar" Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church. It also contains administrative records of the UAOC(C), and records from Ukrainian Orthodox parishes in German displaced persons camps.
Dates: 1944-1962
Quantity: 1 Linear Feet, 3 boxes
The Oleksii Matuch Papers contain a nearly comprehensive collection of advertising flyers, event announcements, concert programs, and other ephemera related to Ukrainian American community life in Buffalo, NY during the late 1950s and early 1960s, as well as some his correspondence and personal documents.
Dates: 1944-1965 (Bulk, 1954-1965)
Quantity: 0.5 Linear Feet, 1 box
Seedorf was the site of one of many displaced persons camps that were established throughout the British and American occupation zones of Germany after World War II. This collection contains the records of the Ukrainian Orthodox parish located in that camp.
Dates: 1947-1950
Quantity: 0.1 Linear Feet, 1 folder
Bad Hersfeld was the site of one of many displaced persons camps that were established throughout the British and American occupation zones of Germany after World War II. This collection contains a register book of sacramental records from the Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church parish that existed in that camp.
Dates: 1946-1947
Quantity: 0.1 Linear Feet, 1 folder
This collection contains material relating to the rebirth of the Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church in Nazi-occupied Ukraine and its continued existence in exile in post-war Germany.
Dates: 1942-1951
Quantity: 2.7 Linear Feet, 7 boxes
This collection contains records of the Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church parishes in the Displaced Persons Camps in Munster-Lager and Fallingbostel, Germany, including official correspondence, sacramental records, relief aid distribution records, and a remarkable DP camp census list.
Dates: 1943-1950 (Bulk, 1948-1950)
Quantity: 0.25 Linear Feet, 4 folders, 1 bound volume