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Avhustyn Shtefan was a Ukrainian and Ukrainian American educator, politician, and social activist. This collection contains correspondence, writings, photographs, and family history materials. The photographs document his life and career in Transcarpathia, Slovakia, Prague, Augsburg, and the United States. The collection also includes 19th and 20th century photographs and family records.
Quantity: 0.75 Linear Feet
Joseph Marmash was an active member of the Baltimore, MD Ukrainian-American community over many decades. He was born to members of the first wave of Ukrainian immigrants to the US, and his involvement with the Ukrainian-American Citizens Club and other organizations and causes began in the 1930s. This collection documents some of these activities, as well as his extensive work helping to resettle Ukrainian Displaced Persons after World War II.
Quantity: 1 Linear Feet, 2 boxes
Americans for Human Rights in Ukraine (AHRU) was formed in 1979 with the mission of drawing attention to human rights problems in the Ukrainian SSR. It was instrumental in lobbying for the creation of the US Congressional Commission on the Ukraine Famine in 1984, and in helping to defend John Demjanjuk. Lubow Jowa served as Treasurer and active member of the AHRU in the 1980s. The collection consists primarily of newspaper clippings, brochures, reports, and ephemera related to AHRU activities, as well as some correspondence and other organizational records.
Quantity: 0.5 Linear Feet, 2 boxes
Maria Hrebinets'ka was a Ukrainian and Ukrainian American singer and music educator. This collection primarily contains materials related her performing and teaching career, including concert programs and advertising from the 1920s through the 1930s, newspaper clippings, photographs, and sheet music.
Quantity: 0.25 Linear Feet, 1 box
Material collected by Fr. Nicholas Kostetsky relating to his experiences in the Ukrainian National Chorus in the 1920s, which inspired the American Christmas mega-hit "The Carol of the Bells".
Quantity: 0.1 Linear Feet, 2 folders
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