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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.
Dates: 1918-1981
Quantity: 0.75 Linear Feet
Liudmyla Kovalenko Ivchenko (Людмила Коваленко Івченко) was a Ukrainian and Ukrainian American writer and radio journalist at the Ukrainian service of the Voice of America. This collection contains radio scripts and other Voice of America records, as well as manuscripts, proofs, and translations of some of her later literary works.
Dates: 1949-1964
Quantity: 1.2 Linear Feet, 5 boxes
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
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.
Dates: 1931-1982
Quantity: 1 Linear Feet, 2 boxes
Marie Halun Bloch is best known for her Ukrainian-themed children's books, but also was a writer and translator on a variety of subjects. She did considerable research into her family history and the history of her ancestral villages. She travelled extensively to Ukraine and Eastern Europe beginning in the 1960s through the 1990s, and wrote extensively about her experiences. This collection contains her published and unpublished writings on her genealogy, the history of her ancestral villages, travel accounts, research notes, correspondence, and photographs.
Dates: 1941-1998 (Bulk, 1960-1996)
Quantity: 4.3 Linear Feet, 6 boxes, 6 bound volumes, 1 oversize folder
Fr. Gregory Chomicky was one of the first Ukrainian Orthodox clergymen in the United States. This collection houses material that documents his ministry as a clergyman, both as a parish priest and as a member of the leadership of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church in America and the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA. It also documents his personal and family life as well as parish and Ukrainian American community activities.
Dates: circa 1913-1975
Quantity: 19.5 Linear Feet
Ihumen Gregory (Fr. Gregory Woolfenden) was a Roman Catholic priest and scholar who converted to Eastern Orthodoxy. In addition to his religious ministry, he had a strong avocational interest in church architecture. This collection contains approximately 5,000 amateur photographs taken by Fr. Gregory of the interiors and exteriors of churches and monasteries, as well as some monuments, castles, and other structures, primarily in Great Britain.
Dates: 1966-2003
Quantity: 1.8 Linear Feet
Fr. Dmytro Leshchyshyn was a Ukrainian Orthodox clergyman in the United States and Canada in the early to mid 20th century. This collection contains his extensive correspondence with a wide range of individuals and organizations both religious and secular. It also includes personal and family correspondence, membership lists, other organizational records and publications, and similar materials.
Dates: 1924-1951 (Bulk, 1924-1944)
Quantity: 1.3 Linear Feet
This collection contains photographs of events at the Metropolia Center of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA in South Bound Brook, New Jersey taken by Shirley Skocypec.
Dates: 1990s
Quantity: 0.25 Linear Feet, 1 album (approximately 75 photographs)
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
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
The Ukrainian American Citizen's Club was one of the primary focal points of Ukrainian-American life in Baltimore, Maryland for many decades. The records in this collection document its founding as well as its activities from the 1930s to the 1950s.
Dates: 1923-1977
Quantity: 1.5 Linear Feet, 2 boxes, 3 bound volumes
This collection contains parish bulletins for St. Mary Protectress Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Rochester, NY, as well as parish financial reports, ephemera, event announcements, newspaper articles, and some bulletins of other parishes.
Dates: 1978-2016 (Bulk, 1980-1988)
Quantity: 0.4 Linear Feet, 1 box
Dokia Humenna was a major Ukrainian and Ukrainian American writer of over 30 books of prose. This collection consists of a typewritten manuscript of her autobiography.
Dates: 1972-1974
Quantity: 1 Linear Feet, 2 boxes

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