COLLECTIONS: 1 - 10 of 17
Overview: The bulk of the collection is comprised of correspondence to Jan Tokarzewski-Karaszewicz from leaders of the Ukrainian government-in-exile and other Ukrainian political figures. The correspondence also consists of letters from prominent civic leaders, artists, journalists, scholars, writers, and religious figures. The remaining correspondence pertains to family, personal friends, and heraldic research. There are also subject files, writings, and personal files.
Overview: Papers of Ukranian émigré Yaroslav J. Chyz including publications (1923-1963); telegrams (1917-1918); photographs (1914-1950s); and miscellaneous material (1914-1924). The collection as a whole provides insights into events related to the abdication of Tsar Nicholas II in early 1917 and the ensuing hostilities that enveloped Eastern Europe. It also reveals Chyz's active involvement in the press, organizations, and cultural and civic affairs of American nationality groups.
Overview: The collection is comprised of correspondence, personal and government documents, photographs, newspaper clippings, and publications, that pertain to Mykola Lebed's involvement with various Ukrainian political and civic organizations, particularly for the period from the 1930s to the 1970s when he was closely involved in the leadership of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists, the Ukrainian Insurgent Army, the Ukrainian Supreme Liberation Council, and the Prolog Research corporation.
Overview: Chiefly correspondence of Ukranian author Mykola Ponedilok. The majority of letters were written to him once he had emigrated to the United States and pertain primarily to his public appearances, publications, and professional as well as personal relationships with editors, journalists, literary scholars.
Overview: The papers contain correspondence with Ukrainian community, political, and military leaders. Several of Dushenko's correspondents were closely involved with the Ukrainian National Republic. Others were involved with Ukrainian community organizations in North America. The collection overall is a good source for the study of Ukrainian history and politics from 1917 to 1921, and post-World War II émigré life in the United States.