|Creator:||Brya, Stanley Michael, b. 1887.|
|Abstract:||Papers (1930- ) of Stanley Michael Brya (b. 1887) comprise correspondence; a scrapbook; and newspaper clippings of articles he wrote about the achievements of his countrymen.|
|Quantity:||4 linear ft.|
|Language:||In English and Polish.|
Stanley Michael Brya (b. 1887) was born near Nowy Targ, Poland, and came to the United States in 1904 to escape conscription in the army. He settled in Chicago, Illinois, where he worked in slaughterhouses, and then moved to Pennsylvania and became a coal miner. In 1913, he settled in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he worked for Dayton Hudson Corporation. Brya, a self-taught historian, devoted much time to popularizing the accomplishments of his fellow countrymen; he published numerous articles in the American press.
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The Brya, Stanley Michael Papers, Polish American Collection, Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota
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