University of Minnesota

Granovsky, Alexander A., Papers

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Immigration History Research Center Archives, University of Minnesota

Descriptive summary

Creator: Granovsky, Alexander Anastacievitch, 1887-1976
Dates: circa 1900-2007 (bulk 1900-1976)
Abstract: A Ukrainian American entomologist, also an activist and poet, Granovsky was born in Berezhtsi, Ukraine, and came to the United States in 1913. He was educated at Colorado State Agricultural College and the University of Wisconsin, and taught entomology at the universities of Wisconsin and Minnesota. He became a leader in the Ukrainian American community locally and nationally and was president of the Organization for the Rebirth of Ukraine, Inc. (ODWU). In St. Paul, Minnesota, he was also an active member of St. Michael's Ukrainian Orthodox Church. Following World War II, he was active in resettlement of Ukrainian refugees.
Granovsky's papers include a genealogy, biographical materials, diaries, family correspondence, writings, and poetry. Also included are materials pertaining to Ukrainian American organizations including on Ukrainians in Minnesota, the Ukrainian Congress Committee (Minnesota branch), Ukrainian Folk Ballet and Chorus of the Twin Cities, St. Michael's Ukrainian Orthodox Church (Minneapolis, MN), the Minnesota Commission on Resettlement of Displaced Persons, the United Ukrainian American Relief Committee of America, Inc., and many other Ukrainian American organizations including the Organization for the Rebirth of Ukraine, Inc. In addition, there are materials pertaining to the Immigration History Research Center’s Ukrainian American Collection.
The majority of the material in these Papers are in the Ukrainian language. English-language material is located primarily in Series 5, 9 and 10.
Quantity: 106.5 linear ft.
Language: Ukrainian, English, French, German, Czech, Russian
Collection ID: IHRC796

PROVENANCE/PROCESSING

The papers of Alexander A. Granovsky were donated by his wife Irene Granovsky to the Immigration History Research Center (IHRC) via Halyna Myroniuk in November 1976. His papers were boxed at his home by Halyna Myroniuk and Maurice Czerwonka and brought to the IHRC; preliminary organization and processing of his collection was done by Halyna Myroniuk. Further processing was made possible through a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities-Division of Preservation and Access; work was conducted by Astra Apsitis and assisted by students from the Twin Cities Ukrainian American community (John Kramarczuk, Christine Pasichnyk, and IHRC staff member Roman Stepchuk). The NEH grant ended in 1996, and following that, Halyna Myroniuk completed the final processing of the Granovsky Papers, in 2014. Materials in Series 15 - "Supplemental" were processed by Ellen Engseth in 2014.

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

Alexander A. Granovsky (full name: Neprytsky-Hranovsky), a Ukrainian American entomologist, also an activist and poet was born November 4, 1887 in Berezhtsi, Kremianets county, Volhynia gubernia. Granovsky studied at the Kiev Commercial Institute (1909-10) before emigrating to the United States in 1913 at age 26. He served in France during WWI with the United States Army and remained there after the war’s end to study at the Sorbonne. Upon returning to the United States, he continued his studies at Colorado State Agricultural College (B.A., 1918) and the University of Wisconsin earning an M.A. (1929) and Ph.D. (1930). He joined the faculty at the University of Minnesota in 1930 as assistant professor and then as professor (1940) in the Department of Entomology and Economic Zoology, retiring in 1956. Granovsky is best known for his pioneering work in chemical control of insects, and as an early advocate for chemical dusting of forests to contain insect infestations, the use of DDT on potato bugs, and white grub and cutworm controls. He wrote numerous scientific articles and was a worldwide authority on the biology and taxonomy of the Aphididae, two species of which were named after him: Calaphis granovskyi and Drephanaphis granovskyi.

While studying and later teaching (1922-1930) at the University of Wisconsin, Granovsky met and married Irene Violet Thorpe; they were married on August 7, 1928 in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Irene Granovsky was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution. They had five children, Dagmar (Sandra), Philip, Robert, Natalie, and Theodore (Ted). Throughout his life Granovsky was involved in political activities concerning Ukrainian political autonomy. He became a leader in the Ukrainian American community locally and nationally and was president (1935-1963) of the Organization for the Rebirth of Ukraine. Granovsky was a full member of the Shevchenko Scientific Society and the Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the USA, and member of the senate of the Organization for Ukrainian Nationalists. He was a founding member of and held various positions (from 1944) in the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America. Granovsky authored many political essays and books, including Ukraine’s Case for Independence (1940), Vil’na Ukraina neobkhidna dlia postiinoho myru (A Free Ukraine Is Necessary for a Lasting Peace, 1945). He was personally involved with diplomatic efforts to bring 5000 Ukrainians in German and Austrian displaced persons camps to the United States at the end of WWII. Of these, Granovsky helped resettle more than 100 Ukrainian refugees to Minnesota (mainly in the Twin Cities, Minnesota area).

Granovsky was also a poet. His modernist poetry first appeared in the Kyiv (Kiev) journals Ukrains’ka Khata (Ukrainian Home) and Ridnyi krai (Native Country). He wrote seven collections of poetry (1910-14, 1953-64). After Ukraine became independent in 1991, a selection of his unpublished poems were published in Kyiv in 1995 under the title Zoloti Vorota (Golden Gates). Alexander Granovsky died in St. Paul, Minnesota, November 4, 1976.

 


ORGANIZATION OF MATERIALS

The collection is organized into 15 series, some of which contain multiple sub-series. For a more detailed description, please see below.


ACCESS RESTRICTIONS

The Granovsky, Alexander A. collection is available for public research.

OWNERSHIP & LITERARY RIGHTS

The Granovsky, Alexander A. collection is the physical property of the Immigration History Research Center Archives, University of Minnesota.

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CITE AS

The Granovsky, Alexander A. Papers, Ukrainian American Collection, IHRC Archives, University of Minnesota

RELATED COLLECTIONS

The Organization for the Rebirth of Ukraine (ODWU), Minnesota Branch Collection, IHRC1719

United Ukrainian American Relief Committee (UUARC) Records, IHRC2757

John Panchuk Papers, IHRC2029

Alexander A. Granovsky Papers, University Archives, University of Minnesota Libraries

Division of Entomology and Economic Zoology Records, University Archives, University of Minnesota Libraries


Index Terms

Granovsky, Alexander A;  Granovsky, Irene (Thorp); 

Ukrainian Congress Committee of America;  Organization for Rebirth of Ukraine;  Ukrainian Folk Ballet and Chorus of the Twin Cities (Minnesota);  Minnesota Commission on Resettlement of Displaced Persons;  Ukrainian National Youth Federation of Canada;  Ukrainian Youth's League of orth America;  United Ukrainian American Relief Committee;  St. Michael's Ukrainian Orthodox Church (Minneapolis, Minn.); 

Ukrainian Americans -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis -- Societies, etc; Ukrainian Americans -- Minnesota -- Saint Paul -- Societies, etc; Ukrainian American poets; Ukrainian Americans -- Minnesota -- Social life and customs; Refugees -- Services for -- Minnesota;  World War, 1939-1945 -- Refugees -- Ukraine;  Easter eggs -- Ukraine;  Entomologists;  Youth -- Societies and clubs;  Ukrainian American poetry; 

Poetry;  Diaries;  Photographs;  Scrapbooks;  Audiocassettes

Description of Series

This section briefly describes each series in the collection. A more detailed description of the contents of each series may be found in the following section.

SERIES 1. Biographical and Personal Papers

This series is divided into two sub-series, and consists of biographical material and some of his personal papers. Sub-series 1 consists of albums (diaries, including his poems) and letters. Sub-series 2 consists of correspondence with his relatives and countrymen in Ukraine, and personal papers. The most extensive correspondence is with his brother Serhii Neprytsky (boxes 7-8) which date from shortly after Granovsky arrives in America in 1913, and continues until 1939 at the outbreak of WWII; it later resumes in 1964 and continues until Granovsky’s death in 1976. Selected letters from this sub-series were digitized, transcribed and translated as part of the IHRC/A's project "Digitizing Immigrant Letters" and are available on-line.

SERIES 2. Books, Notes, and Poetry

This series is organized in 5 sub-series. Granovsky’s poetic career began while he was still in Ukraine and continued in America; sub-series 1 includes his poems published in Ukraine and drafts for the five books of his poetry, and selected poems for publications in Ukrainian journals and newspapers published in the United States. The themes of his poetry contained nostalgia for his homeland, his beloved village (Berezhtsi), the river Ikva, freedom for Ukraine, and others. Sub-series 2 consists of his poems as separate works, poems dedicated to him, those set to music, some translated, and those he wrote in English. Granovsky also collected poems composed by Ukrainian and American poets and these are located in boxes 21–24 of this sub-series. Aside from composing poetry, Granovsky’s interest and talent focused on other writing. Sub-series 3 consists of narratives, novels, short stories, etc. These are mainly written on various note paper and not in any particular sequence. He also wrote his thoughts, ideas, and reactions to many events during his lifetime. An important project undertaken by Granovsky was to publish a book on Ukrainian Easter eggs; sub-series 4 contains correspondence with Ukrainian American individuals about a proposed book, and requests that others send him Easter eggs to be photographed for inclusion. Granovsky’s own extensive private Easter egg collection was displayed at the Minnesota Museum of Art in St. Paul, during Minnesota’s Bicentennial. Correspondence and related materials pertaining to this event are found in box 35. The Project Proposal and the fourteen proposed chapters of the book are located in boxes 35–38. Again there are many notes on the Ukrainian Easter eggs and also published source material used in his research for his book. The book, however, was not published. Writings by Granovsky and other authors, on which he often commented, are contained in boxes 39-46 of sub-series 5.

SERIES 3. Subject Files

The Subject Files series contains diverse material on various subjects. Files include many requests from individuals asking Granovsky to assist them in publishing their own works; Ukrainian folk art and customs; the man-made Famine (Holodomor) of 1932-1933 in Ukraine; religion; politics; and others.

SERIES 4. Correspondence

Granovsky’s involvement with the Ukrainian community and its organizations, institutions, and libraries throughout the world is strongly reflected in the correspondence contained in Series 4. The correspondence is arranged by country and then alphabetically by correspondent.

SERIES 5. Minnesota Resettlement of Displaced Persons

World War II dislocated many nationalities that were forced to leave their native land. Many found themselves in Displaced Persons (DP) camps of Germany, Austria, and Italy. Resettlement was possible through sponsors. Granovsky, being a member of the Minnesota Commission on Resettlement of DPs and working through the United Ukrainian American Relief Committee, was one such sponsor. He traveled to these camps, interviewed many refugees, and succeeded in sponsoring over 100 families to Minnesota. He then assisted them in finding lodgings and jobs. The correspondence with these refugees is contained in boxes 60-72 of sub-series 1. Correspondence with resettlement and relief organizations in Minnesota is largely in English and is located in boxes 73 of sub-series 2. Sub-series 3 contains correspondence and material of Ukrainian relief organizations in the United States with whom Granovsky worked. Among them are the United Ukrainian American Relief Committee and its field representatives in Europe, and the Minnesota Ukrainian American Relief Committee. These are located in boxes 74-75 of sub-series 3. Efforts by Granovsky in resettling and finding work for the newly arrived DPs are contained in box 76 of sub-series 4. Granovsky maintained contact and correspondence with American and other Ukrainian relief organizations; this correspondence is contained in boxes 76-77. Correspondence and information on Displaced Persons Commissions and Relief Acts are contained in box 78.

SERIES 6. Minnesota Ukrainian American Community

Series 6 contains files documenting the Minnesota Ukrainian American community. Granovsky settled in St. Paul, Minesota after coming to America in 1913. At that time, St. Paul had few Ukrainian immigrants but Northeast Minneapolis had a larger settlement, anchored by St. Constantine’s Ukrainian Catholic Church; and later St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church. Granovsky was active in the Ukrainian American community until his death in 1976. He was one the founders of the latter church. Sub-series 1, boxes 79-84, contains material pertaining to the history of Ukrainians in Minnesota and Granovsky’s involvement in St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church. Sub-series 2, boxes 85-94 contains a large segment of correspondence with many Ukrainian and Twin Cities organizations, many of which were branches of the Ukrainian national organizations in America. Most prominent of these is the Minnesota Branch of the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, which he founded and of which he was a longtime president. This correspondence is located in boxes 86-91. Granovsky was also the founder of the Ukrainian Students’ Club at the University of Minnesota (box 94). The Ukrainian Folk Ballet and Chorus of the Twin Cities was a very active group and performed at many social events (boxes 92-94). Granovsky also took part in Minnesota’s centennial and bi-centennial celebrations (box 92). His long relationship and involvement with the Minnesota International Institute is documented in boxes 95-97 of sub-series 3.

SERIES 7. Organizations

Series 7 consists of Granovsky’s correspondence with Ukrainian organizations in various countries dealing with various matters pertaining to their activities and concerns about Ukraine, as well as conferences and conventions he attended. This series is divided into sub-series 1-12. Sub-series 1-7 contain correspondence with organizations in the following countries: Canada (boxes 98-99), United States (boxes100-114), Czechoslovakia (box 114), Great Britain (box 114), France (boxes 114-115), and Germany (box 115-116). Granovsky was a full member of both the Shevchenko Scientific Society and the Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences located in the US. This correspondence is located in boxes 103-106. He played an important part in the establishment of the Ukrainian Scientific Institute in America, Inc., in St. Paul, Minnesota in 1938. Correspondence pertaining to this Institute are in box 112. In the 1930s he had some contact with a few organizations in Ukraine (box116). Contained in Sub-series 8 is his correspondence regarding attendance at many conferences (box 116). The most important conference Granovsky attended was the United Nations Conference in San Francisco in 1945. He was selected by the Ukrainian American Congress Committee of America to represent the interests of the Ukrainian American community in the fate of Ukraine (box 116). Granovsky was a staunch Republican and was involved and interested in presidential elections and American politics. Correspondence, flyers, newsletters, etc., of the Republican National Committee and the American-Ukrainian Republican Council in Minneapolis, Minnesota (box 117) and other organizations are contained in sub-series 9. Granovsky maintained substantial correspondence with Ukrainian publishers in many countries. Sub-series 10-12 (boxes 118-121) consist of this correspondence.

SERIES 8. Organization for the Rebirth of the Ukraine (ODWU)

The Orhanizatsiia Demokratychnoho Vidrodshennia Ukrainy (or ODWU, the English acronym for Organization for the Rebirth of Ukraine) was established in the USA in 1931. This organization encompassed a significant part of Granovsky’s life; he was president from 1935 to 1963. This series is divided into thirteen sub-series. Sub-series 1 documents the history (box 122) of ODWU with various anniversaries and speeches made by Granovsky as well as the 20th anniversary of his presidency. Sub-series 2 contains his correspondence with officers of ODWU’s Central Executive Committee (CEC). Granovsky maintained close contacts with these officers. The most extensive and day to day correspondence is with ODWU’s secretaries Volodymyr Mykhailo (boxes 124-125), Volodymyr Riznyk (boxes 125-126) and Evhen Skotsko (box 126). Sub-series 3 contains circular letters (boxes 128-129) which informed ODWU members of the CEC’s activities, directives, etc. ODWU owned a homestead at Lehighton, Pennsylvania, where many ODWU meetings, conferences, and social activities took place. This documentation is located in box 130. Sub-series 4 documents ODWU’s annual and special conventions and conferences (boxes 129-132). There was a lapse of these conventions during World War II and shortly after. Conventions held during 1939-1940 contain material regarding the need to establish an umbrella organization of Ukrainian-American civic associations. The Ukrainian Congress Committee of America was founded at the First Congress of Ukrainian Americans in Washington, D.C., on May 25, 1940. Additional conferences included Canadian affiliate organizations at A Studies Conference, in 1963 (box 132). Granovsky’s speeches at some of ODWU’s conferences and conventions are located in box 132.

Granovsky maintained extensive correspondence with not only members of ODWU but also with US State Department (as it concerned matters about Ukraine) and also individuals outside of ODWU. This correspondence is contained in sub-series 5 boxes 132-136. Sub-series 6 consists of his correspondence (boxes 136-139) with many Ukrainian and non-Ukrainian organizations and committees. During the Second World War, ODWU was investigated by the Dies Committee (a Special Committee to Investigate Un-American Activities) and the FBI for “perceived pro-Nazi sympathies” after 1939. ODWU was cleared. Material pertaining to this period is located in box 137. Sub-series 7 contains material and correspondence of ODWU’s local Branches (located in boxes 139-141). Granovsky founded and was long time president of the local Branch #32 in the Twin Cities in 1933. Its history and activities are located in box 140. Sub-series 8 contains notes on ODWU. Here Granovsky noted his thoughts, concerns, and expressions regarding events surrounding ODWU. These are located in boxes 145-146. ODWU’s affiliate organizations and their Branches are located in sub-series 9 and contain correspondence, minutes, reports, etc. These include the women’s auxiliary the Ukrainian Gold Cross (boxes 144-145), ZAREVO (the United Ukrainian Students’ Association) in boxes 145-146, the Ukrainian National Youth Federation of America (UNYFA-MUN) and its Branches (boxes 146-147). The latter organization’s Twin Cities Branch is located in box 145.

Sub-series 10 contains material on ODWU’s main publication, the magazine Samostiina Ukraina (Independent Ukraine). As president of ODWU, Granovsky maintained steady correspondence with the editors providing guidance and contributing his own articles to the magazine (box 147). Additional publications, for ODWU youth, The Trident and Tri-Trendette, are also found in box 147. Sub-series 11 contains material pertaining to ODWU’s counterpart organization in Canada, Ukrains’ke Natsional’ne Ob’iednannia v Kanadi-UNO (Ukrainian National Federation of Canada -UNF) and its affiliate organizations. The material includes correspondence, minutes, reports, conferences, circulars, notes, and photographs. These are located in boxes 147-150. ODWU maintained close relations with the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists of the Andriy Melnyk faction (OUN-M). This was a political movement dedicated to the establishment of an independent Ukrainian State, with headquarters in Europe, and members in Great Britain, South America and Australia. Material pertaining to this relationship is located in Sub-series 12. Included in this series are correspondence, appeals and resolutions, conventions, circulars, conferences and notes. They are found in boxes 150-153. Of importance is Granovsky’s correspondence with two leaders of OUN-M, Evhen Konovalets (box 151) and Andriy Melnyk (box 152). Sub-series 13 contains a significant collection of photographs of ODWU’s activities, the 25th Anniversary of Granovsky’s presidency of ODWU, conventions (both local and national), ODWU’s affiliate organizations’ activities, and visits by OUN leader Andriy Melnyk to the USA and Canada. These photographs are located in box 154.

SERIES 9. Immigration History Research Center (IHRC), Ukrainian American Collection

Series 9 consists of correspondence and other material that document the history, development, and activities of the Immigration History Research Center (IHRC, and formerly known as Immigrant Archives) and its “Ukrainian American Collection.” Much of this material is in English. The IHRC was established at the University of Minnesota in 1965 to collect, preserve and document the history of immigrants from Eastern and Southern Europe and the Near East. Among the founders and staunch supporter of the IHRC was Alexander A. Granovsky. His personal Ukrainian library (accumulated since his arrival to America in 1913) formed the bases of the Ukrainian American Collection. His personal archives later enriched the print material. The brief histories of the IHRC and the Ukrainian American Collection are located in sub-series 1 boxes 155-156. The opening of the Ukrainian American Collection (box 155) took place on January 16, 1966 with a presentation of the “Symbolic Key to the Ukrainian Section." Further documentation of the history of the IHRC and the Ukrainian American Collection are contained in sub-series 2 in the extensive correspondence with the University of Minnesota Libraries’ directors, the History Department, University president and vice president, and especially with the Director of the IHRC, Rudolph J. Vecoli are located in boxes 156-157. Granovsky’s standing and position in the Ukrainian American community gained substantial support for the Ukrainian American Collection at the University of Minnesota. Its development is further documented by the personal extensive correspondence he had with the Ukrainian Diaspora, with individuals and organizations locally, nationally, and internationally. This extensive correspondence is contained in sub-series 3, boxes 157-162. He also traveled extensively to solicit for collections (box 162). Granovsky had two major goals after retirement. The first was reached with the founding of this Ukrainian American Collection. The second, a more challenging goal, was the establishment of a Ukrainian Studies Chair at the University of Minnesota. There was competition in the Ukrainian American community to establish such a Chair at a prestigious university. One was Harvard and the other the University of Minnesota. The final outcome was Harvard. These efforts are well documented, mainly in English, in sub-series 4, box 163. Because the IHRC kept Granovsky informed of all acknowledged acquisitions to this Ukrainian American Collection, Sub-series 5 consists of carbon copies of all the correspondence (boxes 164-166), documenting print and archival material donated to the Ukrainian American Collection. Granovsky also kept a detailed transfer of records (box 166) of what was donated.

SERIES 10. Newspaper Clippings

Series 10 contains a substantial collection of Granovsky’s own newspaper clippings, predominantly in English. These reflect his interest in world events and articles mainly pertaining to Ukraine in the American press. Other clippings include articles on American politics, education, religion, immigration, etc., and some poems.

SERIES 11. Greeting Cards, Maps, Certificates, and Miscellany

Series 11 consists of postcards, greeting cards, maps, certificates, and miscellany. This series is divided into three sub-series. Sub-series 1 contains a substantial collection of illustrated postcards illustrating portraits of prominent Ukrainian literary and historical figures, cities of Ukraine, Russia, and in Europe, illustrations by Ukrainian artists, events, Ukrainian folk art, and some from the Displaced Persons camps in Germany. These are contained in boxes 175-178. Sub-series 2 contains Ukrainian and English Christmas, Easter, and Birthday greeting cards received by Granovsky over many years. The Ukrainian greeting cards, many of which can be considered letters, contain scenes of Christmas and Easter as they were celebrated in Ukraine. These are illustrations of Ukrainian embroidery, and the uniquely decorated Ukrainian Easter eggs. They are located in boxes 181-183. The English Christmas and Easter greeting cards are located in boxes 183-184. Sub-series 3 contains maps, certificates, and miscellany material. The maps (box 185) include those of Ukraine, Europe, and other countries. Granovsky received various certificates, and these are located in box 185. The miscellaneous material includes posters, banners, flyers, copies of addresses by various, pins and ribbons, and travel books and maps.

SERIES 12. Photographs (Please note that photographs are also located in other series)

This series contains over 400 photographs. These are of Granovsky and his family in Ukraine and America, his birthday celebrations (a Ukrainian American local community event), classmates in Ukraine, trips to Europe after WWII, the opening of the Ukrainian American Collection at the Immigration History Research Center (IHRC), visitors to the IHRC, Ukrainians in the Twin Cities and the US, and various events.

SERIES 13. Audio-visual materials

This series includes interviews with Granovsky; recordings of Ukrainian music; video of the opening of the Literary Memorial Museum of A. Neprytsky-Granovsky in Velyki Berezhtsi, Ukraine in 1996; and likely a film of the unveiling of the Taras H. Shevchenko monument in Washington, D.C. in 1964.

SERIES 14. Oversize materials

 

SERIES 15. Supplemental materials

This series consists of materials added to the collection at the final stages of processing and grouped into three subseries: 1. Personal papers, 2. Publications and circulars, 3. Audio/Visual.

 


Detailed Description of the Collection

SERIES 1. Biographical and Personal Papers

This series is divided into two sub-series, and consists of biographical material and some of his personal papers. Sub-series 1 consists of albums (diaries, including his poems) and letters. Sub-series 2 consists of correspondence with his relatives and countrymen in Ukraine, and personal papers. The most extensive correspondence is with his brother Serhii Neprytsky (boxes 7-8) which date from shortly after Granovsky arrives in America in 1913, and continues until 1939 at the outbreak of WWII; it later resumes in 1964 and continues until Granovsky’s death in 1976. Selected letters from this series were digitized, transcribed and translated as part of the IHRC/A's project "Digitizing Immigrant Letters" and are available on-line.
SUBSERIES 1. Albums and letters (Boxes 1-4)
Sub-series 1 consists of albums (diaries, including his poems) and letters.
BOX 1.
FOLDER 1. “Who We Are” by Irene Granovsky
FOLDER 2. Excerpts from “Who We Are”, 1975 – A Genealogical Account of the Family Granovsky
FOLDER 3. Biographical Materials, 1901–1942, 1944, 1950
FOLDER 4. Biographical Materials, 1956–1976
FOLDER 5. Biographical Materials, 65th Birthday, Oct. 24−25, 1952
FOLDER 6. Biographical Materials, 70th Birthday, Oct. 31, 1957–Dec. 30, 1957
FOLDER 7. Biographical Materials, 70th Birthday, Jan.18−May 5, 1958
FOLDER 8. Biographical Materials, 70th Birthday, Newspaper articles, 1958
BOX 2.
FOLDER 1. Biographical Materials – 1957, 70th Birthday (album), Letters of Greetings and photos (See Oversize No.1)
FOLDER 2. Biographical Materials, 75th Birthday, Feb. 25, 1963
FOLDER 3. Biographical Materials, including signed commemoration) 80th Birthday, Oct. 1967–Jan. 13, 1968 (See also oversize No.13)
FOLDER 4. Biographical Materials, − 80th Birthday, Jubilee Committee, Sept. 19−Nov. 1967
FOLDER 5. Biographical Materials, 80th Birthday, Jubilee Almanac
FOLDER 6. Biographical Materials, 85th Birthday, Nov. 26, 1971–Feb. 13, 1973
FOLDER 7. Biographical Materials, - notes for autobiography
FOLDER 8. Literaturni Vechori (Literary Evenings) – Twin Cities, 1958, 1963, 1971, 1976
FOLDER 9. Literaturnyi Vechir (Literary Evening) Chicago, IL, 1961
FOLDER 10. Mykolyn, IU. Interviu z Prof. Hranovskym (Interview with Prof. Granovsky)
FOLDER 11. Medical, Health, notes, etc. 1971−1973
BOX 3.
FOLDER 1. Diary, March 10, 1913
FOLDER 2. Diary, March 16, 1910 – Sept. 5, 1913
FOLDER 3. Diary, 1951–1974
FOLDER 4. Diary, Jan. 15–31, 1965
FOLDER 5. Memoirs, notes, etc.
FOLDER 6. Memoirs, notes, etc.
FOLDER 7. Guest Book, May 1, 1950–Dec. 4, 1962
BOX 4.
FOLDER 1. Guest Book, Jan.6, 1963–May 16, 1976
FOLDER 2. Literaturno-Memorial’nyi Muzei O. Nepryts’koho-Hranovs’koho u Velyki Berezhtsi), 1996, 2004-2007 (23 photos)
SUBSERIES 2. Correspondence and personal papers (Boxes 4-12)
Sub-series 2 consists of correspondence with his relatives and countrymen in Ukraine, and personal papers. The most extensive correspondence is with his brother Serhii Neprytsky (boxes 7-8) which date from shortly after Granovsky arrives in America in 1913, and continues until 1939 at the outbreak of WWII; it later resumes in 1964 and continues until Granovsky’s death in 1976.
BOX 4.
FOLDER 3. Granovsky, Alexander and Irene, May 2, 1953−Nov. 23, 1971
FOLDER 4. Granovsky, Irene, Feb. 20, 1927−Apr. 9, 1942
FOLDER 5. Granovsky, Irene, Apr. 14−July 2, 1942, Mar. 24, 1947−Feb. 19, 1975, n.d.
FOLDER 6. Granovsky, Irene, June 18, 1969 – Certificate of Merit, U of MN
FOLDER 7. Granovsky, Irene, Writings
BOX 5.
FOLDER 1. Armstrong (neé Granovsky), Sandra, July 5, 1941−Oct. 1974
FOLDER 2. Gnauck, (neé Granovsky), Natalie, July 1, 1949−July 16, 1962
FOLDER 3. Gnauck, (neé Granovsky), Natalie, Sept. 27?, 1962−June 11, 1975
FOLDER 4. Granovsky, Philip, June 21, 1961−Nov. 3, 1973
FOLDER 5. Granovsky, Philip, Oct. 26, 1974−June 5, 1975
FOLDER 6. Granovsky, Robert, May 3, 1937−Apr. 25, 1973
BOX 6.
FOLDER 1. Granovsky, Ted (Theodore), Feb. 17, 1953−Dec. 8, 1969
FOLDER 2. Granovsky, Ted (Theodore), Jan. 2, 1970−July 20, 1973
FOLDER 3. Granovsky, Ted (Theodore), Jan. 31, 1974−Oct. 20, 1973
FOLDER 4. Granovsky grandchildren, ca. 1967−1974
FOLDER 5. Thorpe Family, Nov. 4, 1947−May 26, 1970
BOX 7.
FOLDER 1. Neprytsky Serhii, July 22, 1913–May 29, 1916
FOLDER 2. Neprytsky Serhii, Feb. 24, 1920–Feb. 5, 1925
FOLDER 3. Neprytsky Serhii, Mar. 29, 1925–Apr. 9, 1939
FOLDER 4. Neprytsky Serhii, Apr. 8, 1962−July 11, 1964
FOLDER 5. Neprytsky Serhii, Aug. 14, 1964–Dec. 15, 1966
FOLDER 6. Neprytsky Serhii, Feb. 1, 1967−Dec. 7, 1969
FOLDER 7. Neprytsky Serhii, Feb. 3, 1970–Dec. 29, 1971
BOX 8.
FOLDER 1. Neprytsky Serhii, Jan. 21, 1972–Apr. 23, 1974
FOLDER 2. Neprytsky Serhii, May 30, 1974–Feb. 11, 1977
FOLDER 3. Borysenko, Nikolas and Maria (neé Neprytsky), June 16, 1913–Jan.
FOLDER 4. Borysenko, Nikolas and Maria (neé Neprytsky), Feb. 19, 1970–Dec. 20, 1972
FOLDER 5. Semeniuk, Lida (neé Neprytsky), Dec. 22, 1922–Mar. 23, 1939
FOLDER 6. Semeniuk, Lida (neé Neprytsky), July 23, 1947–Sept. 5, 1976
FOLDER 7. Neprytska, Halyna, Aug. 8, 1927
FOLDER 8. Hranovskii, Leontii, Oct. 17, 1950–Dec. 2, 24, 1950
BOX 9.
FOLDER 1. Piskarevska, Zina, Mar. 23, 1969–Aug. 31, 1976
FOLDER 2. Stakhovska, Zina K., June 7, 1914−Jan. 4, 1917
FOLDER 3. Semeniuk, Antin, Jan. 30, Apr. 6, 1946, July 5, 1967−Feb. 5, 1968
FOLDER 4. Semeniuk, George (nephew in the U.S.), 1946–1972
FOLDER 5. Semeniuk, George, 1948−1952, 1967, 1974
FOLDER 6. Niepritzky, Aleksander, Apr. 21, 1926, July 2, 1946−Aug. 1970
FOLDER 7. Niepritzky, Maria, July 1, 1946−Nov. 23, 1948
FOLDER 8. Niepritzky, Boris, Jan. 14, 1948−Apr. 16, 1952, Apr. 1973
FOLDER 9. Kosteletsky, (neé Niepritzky) Ariadne (Adia), 1946–1973
FOLDER 10. Foitsenko, Olha, Feb. 8, 1910(?), Oct. 20−Dec. 2, 1912
FOLDER 11. Foitsenko, Olha, Jan. 29–July 16, 1913
BOX 10.
FOLDER 1. Foitsenko, Olha, July 24–Nov. 14, 1913
FOLDER 2. Foitsenko, Olha, Nov. 15, 1913–Mar. 6, 1914’
FOLDER 3. Foitsenko, Olha, Mar. 11–June 2, 1914
FOLDER 4. Foitsenko, Olha, June 9–Oct. 30, 1914
FOLDER 5. Foitsenko, Olha, Nov. 9, 1914–Nov. 11, 1915
FOLDER 6. Foitsenko, Olha, Nov. 22, 1915–Nov. 27, 1916
BOX 11.
FOLDER 1. Foitsenko, Olha, Dec. 3, 1916–May 31, 1917
FOLDER 2. Foitsenko, Olha, June 6, – Sept. 12, 1917
FOLDER 3. Foitsenko, Olha, Sept. 16, 1917−Dec. 24, 1920, 1924 (?)
FOLDER 4. Rosa, 1909−1930
FOLDER 5. Bohatsky, Pavlo, Feb. 9, 1913−Dec. 15, 1916, June 1, 1954, April 9, 1955
FOLDER 6. Krzemieniecki, Isaak, 1923, 1924
FOLDER 7. Roziner, Elena, Feb. 8, 1917−May 1, 1918, June 30, 1927
FOLDER 8. Stakhovska, Zina K., June 7, 1914−Jan. 4, 1917
FOLDER 9. Zhans, Tati (Tatiana), Apr. 5, 1919–June 19, 1920
FOLDER 10. Zhans, Tati (Tatiana), Aug. 11, 1920−Oct. 15, 1923, Aug. 25, 1928
FOLDER 11. Correspondence, Feb. 1913−Aug. 30, 1928
BOX 12.
FOLDER 1. Personal correspondence (Misc.), Mar. 12, 1937−Nov. 6, 1974


SERIES 2. Books, Notes, and Poetry

This series is organized in 5 sub-series. Granovsky’s poetic career began while he was still in Ukraine and continued in America; sub-series 1 includes his poems published in Ukraine and drafts for the five books of his poetry, and selected poems for publications in Ukrainian journals and newspapers published in the United States. The themes of his poetry contained nostalgia for his homeland, his beloved village (Berezhtsi), the river Ikva, freedom for Ukraine, and others. Sub-series 2 consists of his poems as separate works, poems dedicated to him, those set to music, some translated, and those he wrote in English. Granovsky also collected poems composed by Ukrainian and American poets and these are located in boxes 21–24 of this sub-series. Aside from composing poetry, Granovsky’s interest and talent focused on other writing. Sub-series 3 consists of narratives, novels, short stories, etc. These are mainly written on various note paper and not in any particular sequence. He also wrote his thoughts, ideas, and reactions to many events during his lifetime. These are included here. Some have been identified for their topic, while others still wait further identification. An important project undertaken by Granovsky was to publish a book on Ukrainian Easter eggs; Sub-series 4 contains correspondence with Ukrainian American individuals about a proposed book, and requests that others send him Easter eggs to be photographed for inclusion. Granovsky’s own extensive private Easter egg collection was displayed at the Minnesota Museum of Art in St. Paul, during Minnesota’s Bicentennial. Correspondence and related materials pertaining to this event are found in box 35. The Project Proposal and the fourteen proposed chapters of the book are located in boxes 35–38. Again there are many notes on the Ukrainian Easter eggs and also published source material used in his research for his book. The book, however, was not published. Writings by Granovsky and other authors, on which he often commented, are contained in boxes 39-46 of sub-series 5.
SUBSERIES 1. Poetry about homeland and places in Ukraine - Titles
Sub-series 1 includes his poems published in Ukraine and drafts for the five books of his poetry, and selected poems for publications in Ukrainian journals and newspapers published in the United States. The themes of his poetry contained nostalgia for his homeland, his beloved village (Berezhtsi), the river Ikva, freedom for Ukraine, and others.
BOX 12.
FOLDER 2. Outlines of A. A. Granovsky’s works (Poetry, etc.)
FOLDER 3. Poems-Notebook III, 1939–1954
FOLDER 4. Poems-Notebook IV, 1954–1958
FOLDER 5. Poems-Notebook V, 1951–1964
FOLDER 6. Peliustky Nadii (Leaves of Hope)
FOLDER 7. Peliustky Nadii (Leaves of Hope) - Vol.I
FOLDER 8. Peliustky Nadii (Leaves of Hope) - Vol.I
FOLDER 9. Namystechko Sliz (Beads of Tears)
BOX 13.
FOLDER 1. Akordy (Harmony), 1914
FOLDER 2. Na Storozhi (On Guard) - Vol.II
FOLDER 3. Na Storozhi (On Guard) - Vol.II
FOLDER 4. Do Peremohy (On to Victory) - Vol.III
FOLDER 5. Do Peremohy (On to Victory) - Vol.III
FOLDER 6. Do Peremohy (On to Victory) - Vol.III
FOLDER 7. Do Peremohy (On to Victory) - Vol.III
BOX 14.
FOLDER 1. Hymny Sontsia (Hymns of Songs) - Vol.IV
FOLDER 2. Hymny Sontsia (Hymns of Songs) - Vol.IV
FOLDER 3. Hymny Sontsia (Hymns of songs) - Vol.IV
FOLDER 4. Hymny Sontsia (Hymns of Songs) – correspondence, 1957, Jan. 4, 1958−Nov. 1960
FOLDER 5. Iskry Viry - Vol.V
BOX 15.
FOLDER 1. Iskry Viry (Sparks of Faith) - Vol.V
FOLDER 2. Iskry Viry (Sparks of Faith) - Vol.V
FOLDER 3. Iskry Viry (Sparks of Faith) - Vol.V
FOLDER 4. Iskry Viry (Sparks of Faith) - Vol.V
FOLDER 5. Iskry Viry (Sparks of Faith) – correspondence, 1950, 1952, Feb. 27−Nov. 8, 1954
FOLDER 6. Iskry Viry (Sparks of Faith) – correspondence, Nov. 8, 1954−June 23, 1955 (See also oversize #6)
BOX 16.
FOLDER 1. Iskry Viry (Sparks of Faith) - Reviews
FOLDER 2. Osinni Uzory (Autumn Designs) - Vol.VI
FOLDER 3. Osinni Uzory (Autumn Designs) - Vol.VI
FOLDER 4. Osinni Uzory (Autumn Designs) - Vol.VI
FOLDER 5. Osinni Uzory (Autumn Designs) - Vol.VI
FOLDER 6. Osinni Uzory (Autumn Designs) - Vol.VI
BOX 17.
FOLDER 1. Osinni Uzory (Autumn Designs) - Vol.VI
FOLDER 2. Osinni Uzory (Autumn Designs) - Vol.VI
FOLDER 3. Osinni Uzory (Autumn Designs) – correspondence, Sept. 18, 1955−Dec. 3, 1957
FOLDER 4. Sny Zruinovanoho Zamku (Dreams of a Ruined Castle) - Vol.VII
FOLDER 5. Sny Zruinovanoho Zamku (Dreams of a Ruined Castle) - Vol.VII
BOX 18.
FOLDER 1. Sny Zruinovanoho Zamku (Dreams of a Ruined Castle) - Vol.VII
FOLDER 2. Sny Zruinovanoho Zamku (Dreams of a Ruined Castle) - Vol.VII
FOLDER 3. Sny Zruinovanoho Zamku (Dreams of a Ruined Castle) - Vol.VII
FOLDER 4. Sny Zruinovanoho Zamku (Dreams of a Ruined Castle) - Vol.VII
FOLDER 5. Sny Zruinovanoho Zamku (Dreams of a Ruined Castle) - Vol.VII
FOLDER 6. Sny Zruinovanoho Zamku (Dreams of a Ruined Castle) - Vol.VII
FOLDER 7. Sny Zruinovanoho Zamku (Dreams of a Ruined Castle) - Reviews
FOLDER 8. Poems – correspondence, 1938, Feb. 26, 1961−Sept. 1974
BOX 19.
FOLDER 1. Poems - Vol.III and VII
FOLDER 2. Poems - Vol.VIII
FOLDER 3. Poems - Vol.VIII
FOLDER 4. Alfabetnyi pokazhchyk (Alphabetical guide)
FOLDER 5. Fragmenty
FOLDER 6. Homin Slavy (Sounds of Glory)
FOLDER 7. Ikonostas
FOLDER 8. Na Ruinakh Zamku (On the Ruins of a Castle)
FOLDER 9. Z indiians’kykh pisen’ (From Indian Songs)
BOX 20.
FOLDER 1. Iz Ts’oho Po Toi bik Hrebli (From here to the other side of the Rapids)
FOLDER 2. Poems - Selected for publication, etc.
FOLDER 3. Poems - Selected for publication, etc.
FOLDER 4. Poems - Selected for publication, etc.
FOLDER 5. Poems - Selected for publication, etc.
FOLDER 6. Poems - Published in Ukrainian journals and newspapers
SUBSERIES 2. Other poems (Boxes 21-24)
Sub-series 2 consists of his poems as separate works, poems dedicated to him, those set to music, some translated, and those he wrote in English. Granovsky also collected poems composed by Ukrainian and American poets and these are located in boxes 21–24 of this sub-series. Aside from composing poetry, Granovsky’s interest and talent focused on other writing.
BOX 21.
FOLDER 1. Poems - Reviews
FOLDER 2. Poems - Addresses for distribution, bills, etc.
FOLDER 3. Poems – Slipyi (Blind)
FOLDER 4. Poems – Volyn’
FOLDER 5. Poems – Miscellaneous
FOLDER 6. Poems – Miscellaneous
FOLDER 7. Poems – Miscellaneous
FOLDER 8. Poems – Miscellaneous
BOX 22.
FOLDER 1. Poems – Miscellaneous
FOLDER 2. Poems – Miscellaneous
FOLDER 3. Poems – Miscellaneous
FOLDER 4. Poems – Miscellaneous
FOLDER 5. Poems – Miscellaneous
FOLDER 6. Poems – Miscellaneous
BOX 23.
FOLDER 1. Poetry – notes for article
FOLDER 2. Slova (Words) – samples to use in poetry and writing
FOLDER 3. Poems − dedicated to Alexander A. Granovsky
FOLDER 4. Alexander A. Granovsky’s poems set to music
FOLDER 5. Poems − translated
FOLDER 6. Poems translated into English by Alexander A. Granovsky
FOLDER 7. Poems – Iryna Dybko
FOLDER 8. Poems – Lina Kostenko
FOLDER 9. Poems – O. Olzhych (Oleh Kandyba)
FOLDER 10. Poems – Vasyl Symonenko
FOLDER 11. Poems – Olena Teliha
FOLDER 12. Poems – Iurii Trybesky
FOLDER 13. Poems – Ukrainian
BOX 24.
FOLDER 1. Poems – composed in English
FOLDER 2. Poetry − American
FOLDER 3. Poetry − American
FOLDER 4. Literature – Russian
FOLDER 5. Literature − Russian
SUBSERIES 3. Prose (novels and short stories) (Boxes 25-34)
Sub-series 3 consists of narratives, novels, short stories, etc. These are mainly written on various note paper and not in any particular sequence. He also wrote his thoughts, ideas, and reactions to many events during his lifetime. These are included here. Some have been identified for their topic, while others still wait further identification. An important project undertaken by Granovsky was to publish a book on Ukrainian Easter eggs;
BOX 24.
FOLDER 6. Do opovidannia (For narration)
FOLDER 7. Podorozh do raiu (Trip to Paradise)
BOX 25.
FOLDER 1. Orest Bairachenko
FOLDER 2. Orest Bairachenko
FOLDER 3. Orest Bairachenko
FOLDER 4. Orest Bairachenko
BOX 26.
FOLDER 1. Na berehakh Ikvy (On the Shores of the River Ikva)
FOLDER 2. Na berehakh Ikvy (On the Shores of the River Ikva)
FOLDER 3. Na berehakh Ikvy (On the Shores of the River Ikva)
FOLDER 4. Na berehakh Ikvy (On the Shores of the River Ikva)
FOLDER 5. Na berehakh Ikvy (On the Shores of the River Ikva)
FOLDER 6. Na berehakh Ikvy (On the Shores of the River Ikva)
BOX 27.
FOLDER 1. Sister Petronella
FOLDER 2. Sister Petronella
FOLDER 3. Sister Petronella
FOLDER 4. Magnificent Generation (2nd Generation)
FOLDER 5. Project No.1-Ukraine, U.S. State Department
FOLDER 6. Project No.1-Ukraine, U.S. State Department
BOX 28.
FOLDER 1. Notes − Do Promovy (To a speech)
FOLDER 2. Notes
FOLDER 3. Notes
FOLDER 4. Notes
FOLDER 5. Notes
BOX 29.
FOLDER 1. Notes
FOLDER 2. Notes
FOLDER 3. Notes
FOLDER 4. Notes
FOLDER 5. Notes
BOX 30.
FOLDER 1. Notes
FOLDER 2. Notes
FOLDER 3. Notes
FOLDER 4. Notes
FOLDER 5. Notes
BOX 31.
FOLDER 1. Notes
FOLDER 2. Notes
FOLDER 3. Notes
FOLDER 4. Notes
FOLDER 5. Notes
BOX 32.
FOLDER 1. Notes
FOLDER 2. Notes
FOLDER 3. Notes
FOLDER 4. Notes
FOLDER 5. Notes
BOX 33.
FOLDER 1. Notes
FOLDER 2. Notes
FOLDER 3. Notes
FOLDER 4. Notes
SUBSERIES 4. Easter egg book project (Boxes 35-38)
Sub-series 4 contains correspondence with Ukrainian American individuals about a proposed book, and requests that others send him Easter eggs to be photographed for inclusion. Granovsky’s own extensive private Easter egg collection was displayed at the Minnesota Museum of Art in St. Paul, during Minnesota’s Bicentennial. Correspondence and related materials pertaining to this event are found in box 35. The Project Proposal and the fourteen proposed chapters of the book are located in boxes 35–38. Again there are many notes on the Ukrainian Easter eggs and also published source material used in his research for his book. The book, however, was not published.
BOX 33.
FOLDER 5. Correspondence − Apr. 13, 1930 − Dec. 30, 1971
BOX 34.
FOLDER 1. National Geographic Magazine, Oct. 5, 1970-
FOLDER 2. National Geographic Society – Explorers Hall, Easter Egg Exhibit, Mar. 28-Apr. 16, 1972
FOLDER 3. Correspondence – Feb. 25−May 19, 1972
FOLDER 4. Correspondence – June 3 – December 7, 1972
FOLDER 5. Correspondence - January 22 – May 29, 1973
FOLDER 6. Correspondence - February 15 October 24, 1974
FOLDER 7. Correspondence - November 4 – December 16, 1974
FOLDER 8. Correspondence - January 8 − December 12, 1975
FOLDER 9. Correspondence - March 3 − October 19, 1976
BOX 35.
FOLDER 1. Correspondence - Minnesota Museum of Art, St. Paul - Bicentennial Exhibit 1971–June, 1976
FOLDER 2. Minnesota Museum of Art, St. Paul - Bicentennial Exhibit - notes, slides, etc.
FOLDER 3. Washington, D.C. – The White House,
FOLDER 4. Monograph Project Proposal – Outline, noted, etc.
FOLDER 5. Monograph Project Proposal – Bush foundation – Elmer L. Andersen, Jan. 23-Apr. 26, 1976
FOLDER 6. Monograph Project Proposal – East European Fund, Inc. Aug. 13, 1953
FOLDER 7. Monograph Project Proposal – Louis and Maud Hill Foundation – Jerome Hill, Apr. 14, Aug. 5, 1965
FOLDER 8. Monograph Project Proposal – Reader’s Digest, mar. 26, 29, 1973
FOLDER 9. Monograph Project Proposal – Rockefeller Foundation, Mar. 25 – Nov. 25, 1974
FOLDER 10. Monograph Project Proposal –Miscellaneous, June 16, 1941, May 9, 1974 – Sept. 13, 1975
FOLDER 11. Monograph Project Proposal – University Press (MN), Apr. 15, 28, 1966, Apr. 15, 1970 – June 6, 1972
BOX 36.
FOLDER 1. Symbolic Art of the Ukrainian Easter Eggs - Chapter I
FOLDER 2. Symbolic Art of the Ukrainian Easter Eggs - Chapter II
FOLDER 3. Symbolic Art of the Ukrainian Easter Eggs - Chapter III
FOLDER 4. Symbolic Art of the Ukrainian Easter Eggs - Chapter IV
FOLDER 5. Symbolic Art of the Ukrainian Easter Eggs - Chapter V
FOLDER 6. Symbolic Art of the Ukrainian Easter Eggs - Chapter VI
FOLDER 7. Symbolic Art of the Ukrainian Easter Eggs - Chapter VII
FOLDER 8. Symbolic Art of the Ukrainian Easter Eggs - Chapter VIII
FOLDER 9. Symbolic Art of the Ukrainian Easter Eggs - Chapter IX
FOLDER 10. Symbolic Art of the Ukrainian Easter Eggs - Chapter X
FOLDER 11. Symbolic Art of the Ukrainian Easter Eggs - Chapter XI
FOLDER 12. Symbolic Art of the Ukrainian Easter Eggs - Chapter XII
BOX 37.
FOLDER 1. Symbolic Art of the Ukrainian Easter Eggs - Chapter XII-a
FOLDER 2. Symbolic Art of the Ukrainian Easter Eggs - Chapter XII-b
FOLDER 3. Symbolic Art of the Ukrainian Easter Eggs - Chapter XIII (See also oversize #13)
FOLDER 4. Symbolic Art of the Ukrainian Easter Eggs - Chapter XIII-a
FOLDER 5. Symbolic Art of the Ukrainian Easter Eggs - Chapter XIV
FOLDER 6. Easter Eggs Project - notes
FOLDER 7. Easter Eggs Project - notes
BOX 38.
FOLDER 1. Easter Eggs Project - notes
FOLDER 2. Easter Eggs Project - people who contributed Easter Eggs
FOLDER 3. Easter Eggs Project - photographs
FOLDER 4. Published sources on Ukrainian Easter Eggs
FOLDER 5. Published sources on Ukrainian Easter Eggs
FOLDER 6. Published sources on Ukrainian Easter Eggs
FOLDER 7. Published sources on Ukrainian Easter Eggs
BOX 39.
FOLDER 1. Easter Eggs – Events, etc.
FOLDER 2. Newspaper clippings
FOLDER 3. Newspaper clippings
FOLDER 4. Newspaper articles, etc (See oversize #13)
FOLDER 5. T.V. and Radio Program - Ukrainian Easter Eggs, 1960
SUBSERIES 5. Writings by Granovsky and others (Boxes 39-46)
Writings by Granovsky and other authors, on which he often commented, are contained in boxes 39-46 of sub-series 5.
BOX 39.
FOLDER 6. Ukrainian-American Organizations and Their Aspirations, Oct. 25,
FOLDER 7. Ukrainian-American Organizations and Their Aspirations, Oct. 25, 1943
FOLDER 8. Philosophy of cooperation between New and Old immigration 1950
FOLDER 9. Writings in Ukrainian, ca.1913‒1918
FOLDER 10. Writings in Ukrainian, ca. 1957, n.d.
BOX 40.
FOLDER 1. Writings in English
FOLDER 2. Short stories in English – outline, notes
FOLDER 3. Short stories in English
FOLDER 4. Beebe, William. “Jungle Days”
FOLDER 5. Bement, Douglas. “ Weaving the Short Story”
BOX 41.
FOLDER 1. History of Ukraine – outline, notes
FOLDER 2. History of Ukraine – bibliography
FOLDER 3. Book series on Ukraine – correspondence, outline, notes
FOLDER 4. Caucasus – outline for a book, notes, etc.
FOLDER 5. Caucasus – notes, etc.
FOLDER 6. Ukraine and Ukrainian Independence - notes, etc. - in Ukrainian
FOLDER 7. Ukraine and Ukrainian Independence - notes, etc. - in English
BOX 42.
FOLDER 1. Miscellaneous – notes
FOLDER 2. Miscellaneous – notes
FOLDER 3. Russia – notes, etc.
FOLDER 4. Council On Foreign Relations
FOLDER 5. Translations
FOLDER 6. Speeches - in Ukrainian, 1942–1965
BOX 43.
FOLDER 1. Speeches - in Ukrainian, 1965–1966
FOLDER 2. Speeches - in English, 1935–1972
FOLDER 3. Radio Talk, ca. 1926
FOLDER 4. Plays – Ukrainian (by other authors)
FOLDER 5. Prokopovych, Bibliography on
FOLDER 6. Articles – in Ukrainian (by other authors)
FOLDER 7. Articles by Demydchuk, S. M. 1951
FOLDER 8. Articles by Filonowich, Wasyl, 1958
FOLDER 9. Articles by Korduba, Felix, 1960
FOLDER 10. Articles by Kurakh, M.
BOX 44.
FOLDER 1. Articles by Khvyl’ovyi, Mykola. “IA” (“I” translated into English)
FOLDER 2. Articles by Mishchenko, Michael
FOLDER 3. Book reviews by other authors – in Ukrainian
FOLDER 4. Articles by other authors – in English
FOLDER 5. Vasylyshyn, M. “Zi L’vova v Chervonu Armiiu” (From Lviv to the Red Army) (spohady iz 1940-1941 rr.) (Memoirs of the years 1940-1941)
FOLDER 6. Sotnyk Ostrovershenko – Spomyny z Vyzvol’noi Borot’by Ukrainy, 1917‒1921 (Memoirs from the Ukrainian Liberation War, 1917-1920)
FOLDER 7. Sotnyk Ostrovershenko – Spohady Bohdanivtsia (Memoirs o a Bohdanovyts) (1917)
FOLDER 8. Sotnyk Ostrovershenko – Spomyny Viis’kovyka z Perebuvannia v Chekho-Slovachchyni (A Soldiers Memoirs of Czechoslovakia) (1917)
FOLDER 9. Sotnyk Ostrovershenko – Nezakincheni Spomyny… (Unfinished Memoirs…)
BOX 45.
FOLDER 1. Hreiniuk-Skybynets’kyi, Bohdan - “Syny Halyts’koho Sela...” 1932, pp.1–224 (Dreams of a Galician Village)
FOLDER 2. Hreiniuk-Skybynets’kyi, Bohdan - “Syny Halyts’koho Sela...” 1932, pp.225–415 (Dreams of a Galician Village)
FOLDER 3. Hreiniuk-Skybynets’kyi, Bohdan - “Syny Halyts’koho Sela...” 1932, pp.415–519 (Dreams of a Galician Village)
FOLDER 4. Petrushevich, Ivan - “Ukraine as an International Problem.” Vol. I, Chapters I-Va.
FOLDER 5. Petrushevich, Ivan - “Ukraine...” Vol. I, Chapters: Vb–VIII.
FOLDER 6. Petrushevich, Ivan - “Ukraine...” Vol. I, Chapters: IX–XI.
BOX 46.
FOLDER 1. Petrushevich, Ivan - “Ukraine...” Vol. II, Chapters: XI–XIVa.
FOLDER 2. Petrushevich, Ivan - “Ukraine...” Vol. II, Chapters: XIVb–XVI
FOLDER 3. Petrushevich, Ivan - “Ukraine...” Vol. II, Chapters: XVII–XVIII
FOLDER 4. Lewytskyj, B. Ukrainische Sowjetishce Sozialistische Republik
FOLDER 5. Kosarenko-Kosarewytcyh, W. “Enträtselung Der Moskauer Geschicts-Wissenschaft und Politik”, 1949
FOLDER 6. Kosarenko-Kosarewytcyh, W. Gruehnde, Sinn und Aufgaben Der Ukrajinischen Emigration”, 1948/49
FOLDER 7. Kosarenko-Kosarewytcyh, W. “Krawtschenko, Sein Buch ‘Ich Waehlte Die Freiheit’…,1949
FOLDER 8. Kosarenko-Kosarewytcyh, W. “Panmoskowitischer Messianismus”, 1949?
FOLDER 9. Topchy, Victor. “Shevchenko: A Thinker…”


SERIES 3. Subject Files

The Subject Files series contains diverse material on various subjects. Files include many requests from individuals asking Granovsky to assist them in publishing their own works; Ukrainian folk art and customs; the man-made Famine (Holodomor) of 1932-1933 in Ukraine; religion; politics; and others.
BOX 47.
FOLDER 1. Ukraine
FOLDER 2. Ukrainian Christmas, customs, etc.
FOLDER 3. Famine in Ukraine (Holodomor), 30th Anniversary, 1958
FOLDER 4. Solovey, Dmytro. “U Trydtsiatu Richnytsiu…Holodu…1932-1933 roky.” 1958 (The 30th Anniverary of...Famine...)
FOLDER 5. Genocide Convention, 1963
FOLDER 6. Mensheha, Mark. “The Greatest Crime Ever Committed,” 1958.
FOLDER 7. Famine in Ukraine (Holodomor), 1932-1933. Notes, etc.
FOLDER 8. Religion – Sermons, etc.
FOLDER 9. Religion – Politics
FOLDER 10. Smith, Timothy. “Two Worlds – One Faith.”
FOLDER 11. Narcotics – Education
FOLDER 12. Moynihan, Daniel P. “The Comncept of Public Policy in the 1970s.”
FOLDER 13. Moynihan, Daniel J. “Remarks…” 1970
FOLDER 14. Nycholyshyn, S. “The Cultural Policy of Bolshevists and Ukrainian Cultural Process.” 1947
FOLDER 15. “Communist Aggression Unmasked” – The Georgetown University Forum, 1954
FOLDER 16. Flexner, Abraham. “The Usefulness of Useless Knowledge.” 1939
FOLDER 17. Korea
FOLDER 18. Poles in USA
FOLDER 19. Dulles, Honorable John Foster – Address Before The American Society of Newspaper Editors, 1953
FOLDER 20. London Philharmonic Orchestra
FOLDER 21. Hlukhenka, N. “Petrykivsky Decorative Designs.”
FOLDER 22. Kazak (Newspaper)
FOLDER 23. Bandura (Ukrainian National Instrument)
FOLDER 24. Beyda, Ivan. “Moskva, Budapest, Kyiv, 1939.


SERIES 4. Correspondence

Granovsky’s involvement with the Ukrainian community and its organizations, institutions, and libraries throughout the world is strongly reflected in the correspondence contained in Series 4. The correspondence is arranged by country and then alphabetically by correspondent.
SUBSERIES 1. United States
BOX 48.
FOLDER 1. Andreadis, Alisiia –Artiushenko, IUrii
FOLDER 2. Babiak, Paul P. – Bykovsky, Lev
FOLDER 3. Carpin, Julia – Czerniak, Mychajlo
FOLDER 4. Danlylenko, Volodymyr and Lida – Dyvnych, IUrii
FOLDER 5. Fedus, Theodore – Frydrych, Andry
FOLDER 6. Gelecinsy family – Gregoret, S.
FOLDER 7. Hajewska-Denes, L. – Hucul, Walter
FOLDER 8. Ivchenko, Ludmila – Iwachiv, Roman
FOLDER 9. Jaremko, Oleksa – Jasyniuk, Maria
FOLDER 10. Kachmar, Kateryna – Kyrylyk, A. (See also oversize #13)
FOLDER 11. Labunka, Myroslav – Lushnycky, Alexander
FOLDER 12. Mak, Nadia – Mykulak, Ivan
FOLDER 13. Nagla, Victor – Nowytski, Slavko
FOLDER 14. Obuszkewycz, A. - Ostapchuk, Petro
FOLDER 15. Pakulak, Vasyl – Pylatiuk, Oleksa
FOLDER 16. Romanenchuk, Bohdan – Rychley, Sylvester
FOLDER 17. Satsiuk, Oleh – Svahor, Vadym
BOX 49.
FOLDER 1. Tarasyn, M. – Tyshovnytsky, Omelian
FOLDER 2. Vandzhura, I. – Vytanovych, Illia
FOLDER 3. W., L. V. – Wowk, Wolodymyr
FOLDER 4. Yadviga? – Yuriniak, Anatoly
FOLDER 5. Zadesniansky, R.Z. – Zurko, Anna
FOLDER 6. Anastasievsky, Mykola, 1949–1954, 1958, 1973 (includes 4 slides)
FOLDER 7. Anastasievsky, Walter, 1952–1971
FOLDER 8. Avramenko, Vasyl, 1931–1976 (See also oversize #13)
FOLDER 9. Babiy, Mychaylo, 1939, 1952–1973
FOLDER 10. Balah, Vadym, 1964–1965
FOLDER 11. Barka, Vasyl, 1957
FOLDER 12. Beck, Mary V., 1974, 1976
FOLDER 13. Bereziuk, Volodymyr and Olena, 1949–1959
FOLDER 14. Borak, William, 1956, 1972, 1973
FOLDER 15. Bryn, Oksana , 1954–1974
FOLDER 16. Bulavytsky, Oleksa, 1950, 1973
FOLDER 17. Burevij, Oksana, 1950, 1951, 1955
FOLDER 18. Cerny, George, 1949, 1952, 1953
FOLDER 19. Cherin, Hanna, 1961, 1970
FOLDER 20. Chopivsky, Peter John, 1970, 1973
BOX 50.
FOLDER 1. Chutro, Dimitri, 1938–1950
FOLDER 2. Czubaty, Nicholas, 1941–1970
FOLDER 3. Danyluk, Alice, 1956, 1967
FOLDER 4. Danyluk, Michael, 1954, 1956, 1961, 1973
FOLDER 5. Demydchuk, Semen M., 1913, 1954, 1965
FOLDER 6. Denysiuk, Mykola, 1949, 1955–1972
FOLDER 7. Derbush, Mykola, 1948, 1950, 1957–1976
FOLDER 8. Dobriansky, Lev. 1952-1953
FOLDER 9. Domanycky, Victor, 1950–1953
FOLDER 10. Doroshenko, Volodymyr. 1950
FOLDER 11. Dragan, Oksana, 1963, 1967
FOLDER 12. Drai-Khmara, Mykhailo, 1964
FOLDER 13. Drazhevska, Lubov, 1950
FOLDER 14. Dudra, Michael, 1946–1950
FOLDER 15. Durbak, Taras, 1943, 1949(?)
FOLDER 16. Dushnyck, Walter, 1937–1975
FOLDER 17. Fessenko, Andre and Tetiana, 1968
FOLDER 18. Filipovych, Viktor, 1956
FOLDER 19. Gruryn, Nicolas, 1919, 1932
FOLDER 20. Halich, Wasyl, 1934–1950
FOLDER 21. Haydak, Mykola, 1930–1969
FOLDER 22. Haydak, Mykola, n.d.
BOX 51.
FOLDER 1. Haydak, Pauline, 1971–1973
FOLDER 2. Hayvoronsky, Mykhailo and Nelia, 1945, 1964
FOLDER 3. Hnizdovsky, Jacques, 1950–1970
FOLDER 4. Hodivsky, Lonhyn, 1936, 1941, 1975
FOLDER 5. Hordynsky, Sviatoslav, 1948–1949
FOLDER 6. Hrycak, Peter, 1949–1969
FOLDER 7. Hryniewiecki, Stefan, 1914
FOLDER 8. Humenna, Dokia, 1951
FOLDER 9. Jankowsky, Dmytro, 1956–1965
FOLDER 10. Janowycz, Daria, 1966, 1974
FOLDER 11. Janowycz, John, 1951–1972
FOLDER 12. Kaniuka, Oleksander, 1961, 1966
FOLDER 13. Karanovych, Daria, 1957–1961
FOLDER 14. Kist, Andrii Rev., 1942, 1950
FOLDER 15. Klimkevich, Roman, O. 1964
FOLDER 16. Kobryn, George, 1952–1976
FOLDER 17. Kochan, Joseph M. and Anastasia, 1936–1944
FOLDER 18. Kossarenko-Kosarewytsch, Wasyl, 1954–1960
FOLDER 19. Kostiuk, Hryhorii, 1964–1965
FOLDER 20. Kostiuk, Oleksandra, 1953–1967
BOX 52.
FOLDER 1. Kotsiuba, Stefan, 1950–1976
FOLDER 2. Kozak, Alex, 1933
FOLDER 3. Krawciw, Bohdan, 1950, 1967
FOLDER 4. Krycevsky, Wasyl, 1955
FOLDER 5. Kuropas, Myron, 1955, 1971
FOLDER 6. Kuropas, Stephan, 1934, 1936
FOLDER 7. Kwitkowsky, Denys, 1949–1975
FOLDER 8. Kytasty, Hryhory, 1951
FOLDER 9. Lesyk, Trochym, 1948–1949
FOLDER 10. Lewytzkyj, Volodymyr, 1957, 1961
FOLDER 11. Liaturynska, Oksana, 1949–1965
FOLDER 12. Luciw, Theodore, 1933–1967
FOLDER 13. Lutsyk, Stepan, 1952, 1963
FOLDER 14. Luty-Lutenko, Alexander, 1971–1974
FOLDER 15. Makar, Orest, 1950–1956
FOLDER 16. Malaniuk, Evhen, 1949
FOLDER 17. Mamchur, Stefan, 1937
FOLDER 18. Maning, Clarence, 1941
BOX 53.
FOLDER 1. Mishchenko, Mykhailo, 1952–1963, 1970
FOLDER 2. Mychalewych, Michael, 1950–1973
FOLDER 3. Nechay, Simon M., 1943, 1952, 1960–1963
FOLDER 4. Nolden (Blakytnyi), Eugene, 1950–1967, 1975
FOLDER 5. Olkhovsky, Andrew Basil, 1949–1953
FOLDER 6. Onyshkow, Basil, 1939
FOLDER 7. Osmachka, Todos, 1950
FOLDER 8. Panchuk, John, 1961–1964, 1974
FOLDER 9. Panchyshyn, John
FOLDER 10. Peabody, Charles, 1922
FOLDER 11. Petrenko, Pavlo, 1952, 1966
FOLDER 12. Petrov, Alexey, 1963–1964
FOLDER 13. Petrushevich, Ivan, 1945-1948
FOLDER 14. Pezanska, Daria, 1964
FOLDER 15. Polewska, Zoia, 1959
FOLDER 16. Powstenko, Olexa, 1957–1958, 1967
FOLDER 17. Prychodko, Wasyl, 1952–1954, 1960–1962
FOLDER 18. Prydatkevych, Roman, 1940–1953, 1958, , 1973–1976
FOLDER 19. Riabokin, KHoma, 1951, 1960
FOLDER 20. Rozhin, Ivan, 1952–1967
FOLDER 21. Rudnitsky, Antin, 1939, 1940
FOLDER 22. Rusova–Lindfors, L. 1950, 1951, 1956
FOLDER 23. Rybak, L. 1930–1935, 1943
BOX 54.
FOLDER 1. Semochko, Hryhorii (or Harry), 1931–1964
FOLDER 2. Semochko, Hryhorii, 1964
FOLDER 3. Shandor, Vincent, 1953, 1957, 1967–1968
FOLDER 4. Shayda, Philip, 1954, 1967, 1972–1976
FOLDER 5. Shevelov, IUrii, 1951, 1966
FOLDER 6. Shramenko, Irene, 1971
FOLDER 7. Shtohryn, Dmytro, 1961–1976, n.d.
FOLDER 8. Shuhaievsky, Valentin, 1947–1948
FOLDER 9. Shut, Vasyl, 1955, 1957, 1961
FOLDER 10. Sich, Dmytro, 1959–1965
FOLDER 11. Sichynsky, Volodymyr, 1952, 1954
FOLDER 12. Sieminowicz, Dr. W. J., 1913–1917
FOLDER 13. Sieminowicz, Dr. W. J., 1917-1928
BOX 55.
FOLDER 1. Simirenko, Alex, 1952, 1956
FOLDER 2. Skorupsky, Max, 1949, 1954–1962
FOLDER 3. Slastion, George, 1952–1962
FOLDER 4. Smal-Stocki, Roman, 1953–1965
FOLDER 5. Smook, Roman, 1932–1963
FOLDER 6. Solovey, Dmytro, 1951–1961, 1966
FOLDER 7. Solovey, Oksana, 1964, 1966
FOLDER 8. Stanislaviv, Oksana, 1969–1972
FOLDER 9. Stanislaviv, Vasyl, 1954, 1964, 1969
FOLDER 10. Stefan [Shtefan], Avgustyn, 1958, 1963, 1969, 1973
FOLDER 11. Stepovyi, Yuri, 1949
FOLDER 12. Stercho, Peter [Petro], 1955, 1957, 1963, 1975
FOLDER 13. Stetkevych, Osyp, 1935–1940
FOLDER 14. Surmach, Myron, 1957
FOLDER 15. Sushko, Alexander, 1935–1936
FOLDER 16. Tarnawsky, Ostap, 1954–1963
FOLDER 17. Timoshenko, Vladimir, P., 1920–1948 (photo)
FOLDER 18. Timoshenko, Vladimir, P., ‒ articles, 1928‒1954
FOLDER 19. Turchin, Andrew, 1968, 1972, 1974
FOLDER 20. Ukradyha, Filimon
BOX 56.
FOLDER 1. Vasilevsky, Olga, 1947-1948, 1969
FOLDER 2. Vernadsky, George, 1941, 1942
FOLDER 3. Vetukhiv, Mykhailo, 1950
FOLDER 4. Wikul, Oksana, 1953–1967
FOLDER 5. Yemetz, Vassyl, 1937, 1952
FOLDER 6. Yurchyshyn, Dmytro, 1948–1969
FOLDER 7. Zerkal, Sava, 1955
FOLDER 8. Zhurba, Halyna, 1955, 1967
FOLDER 9. Ukrainian Americans in US military service,
FOLDER 10. Ukrainian Catholic Church, USA, 1938, 1950‒1975
FOLDER 11. Ukrainian Orthodox Church, USA, 1935‒1972
FOLDER 12. Bilak, Stephen, Rev., 1957, 1959, 1972
FOLDER 13. Zelechivsky, Joseph, Rev.,
FOLDER 14. Evangelical, USA, 1969, 1974
FOLDER 15. United States Department and Senate, etc. 1919, 1939‒1974
SUBSERIES 2. Argentina
BOX 56.
FOLDER 16. Correspondence, 1940–1974
FOLDER 17. Onatsky, Evhen, 1954‒1971
SUBSERIES 3. Australia
BOX 56.
FOLDER 18. Correspondence, 1950‒1964
FOLDER 19. Berezovsky, Alexander, 1954–1956
FOLDER 20. Chornobycky, H. 1955‒1957
SUBSERIES 4. Austria
BOX 57.
FOLDER 1. Danyliw, T., 1950, 1966
SUBSERIES 5. Belgium
BOX 57.
FOLDER 2. Correspondence, 1949, 1965–1966, 1968
FOLDER 3. Popowycz, W., 1965
SUBSERIES 6. Brazil
BOX 57.
FOLDER 4. Correspondence, 1940, 1951
SUBSERIES 7. Canada
BOX 57.
FOLDER 5. Atamaniuk, M. – Onufruchuk, E.
FOLDER 6. Petrowsky, M. – Tarnavsky, E. A
FOLDER 7. Bochenko, George, 1957
FOLDER 8. Cherevyk, Vasyl, 1964, 1967
FOLDER 9. Dontsov, Dmytro, 1948
FOLDER 10. Doroshenko, Dmytro, 1949
FOLDER 11. Ewach, Honore, 1944–1946
FOLDER 12. Gregorovich, Alexander, 1937, 1954‒1955
FOLDER 13. Holynskyj, Mychajlo, 1956‒1975
FOLDER 14. Hultay, William, 1947, 1961, 1971
FOLDER 15. Koshets, Alexander, 1940, 1944
FOLDER 16. Krat, Pavlo, 1960
FOLDER 17. Mandryka, M., 1928
FOLDER 18. Mulyk-Lutsyk, George, A. 1957‒1975
FOLDER 19. Naujalis, B., 1958
FOLDER 20. Perepeliuk, W. J., 1966‒1967
FOLDER 21. Prychodko, Mykola, 1954‒1955
FOLDER 22. Rudnyckyj, Jaroslav B. 1947–1957
FOLDER 23. Russow, Youry, 1945-1955 (1 photo)
FOLDER 24. Simpson, G. W., 1937‒1938
FOLDER 25. Samchuk, Ulas, 1949, 1952, 1955
FOLDER 26. Sharik, M. 1939, 1956, 1965
FOLDER 27. Slavutych, Yar, 1958, 1965
BOX 58.
FOLDER 1. Sydorenko, Petro, 1967
FOLDER 2. Volynets, Denys, 1958
FOLDER 3. Yuzyk, Paul, 1948-1949, 1954, 1956
SUBSERIES 8. England
BOX 58.
FOLDER 4. Correspondence, 1926, 1946–1976 (photo)
FOLDER 5. Danyliw, Teodor, 1967, 1976
FOLDER 6. Dontsov, Dmytro, 1946
SUBSERIES 9. Czechoslovakia
BOX 58.
FOLDER 7. Correspondence, 1922-1947, 1962, 1968
FOLDER 8. Shapoval, Mykyta, 1921-1928 (3 photos)
SUBSERIES 10. France
BOX 58.
FOLDER 9. Correspondence, 1919 (letter from Ralph E. Noble), 1939–1949, 1958
FOLDER 10. Andrievsky, Petro, 1928 (2 photos)
FOLDER 11. Kovalenko, IUrii and Nina, 1965, 1976
FOLDER 12. Udovychenko, O., n.d.
FOLDER 13. Zibulski (Tsybul’s’kyi), borys, 1961
SUBSERIES 11. Germany
BOX 58.
FOLDER 14. Afendykiv, H. – Jatzenko, Wladimir (photos)
FOLDER 15. Kaczalo, D. – Pidzutsky, M. (photos)
FOLDER 16. Rushchytsky, Taras – Zozulia, Anna (photos)
FOLDER 17. Bilynsky, Myron, 1949 (photos and graphic arts)
FOLDER 18. Chykalenko, Lev, 1949
FOLDER 19. Doroshenko, Natalia, 1958, 1964, 1966, 1970
FOLDER 20. Doroshenko, Dmytro, 1949
BOX 59.
FOLDER 1. Minsky, Mykhailo, 1957-1959 (1 photo)
FOLDER 2. Mirchuk, Ivan, 1955-1956
FOLDER 3. Moshchenko, Konstantyn, 1949 (3 photos)
FOLDER 4. Nakonechnyi-Blakytnyi (Nolden), Ievhen, 1947-1949 (12 photos)
FOLDER 5. Narizhny, Oleksander, 1947–1949
FOLDER 6. Siryi, Iurii, 1914, 1946-1947
FOLDER 7. Sokolowsky, W., 1947-1949
SUBSERIES 12. The Netherlands (Holland)
BOX 59.
FOLDER 8. Panassievitch, Mykola, 1919-1920
SUBSERIES 13. Hungary
BOX 59.
FOLDER 9. Correspondence, 1939
FOLDER 10. Davydovych, Stefan, 1939
SUBSERIES 14. Israel
BOX 59.
FOLDER 11. Mintz, M., 1971
SUBSERIES 15. Italy
BOX 59.
FOLDER 12. Correspondence, 1947, 1967, 1974
SUBSERIES 16. Paraguay
BOX 59.
FOLDER 13. Nebesenko, Mykola, 1940-1964
SUBSERIES 17. Poland
BOX 59.
FOLDER 14. Gets, Lev, 1962
FOLDER 15. Kulchyts’ka, Olena, 1937
SUBSERIES 18. Russia
BOX 59.
FOLDER 16. Senytsia, Rev. M., 1913-1914
SUBSERIES 19. Switzerland
BOX 59.
FOLDER 17. Jeremijew, Mykhailo, 1944, 1966-1967
FOLDER 18. Kurach, Ivan, 1965-1967
FOLDER 19. Nizankowsky, Omelan, 1965
SUBSERIES 20. Ukraine
BOX 59.
FOLDER 20. Correspondence, 1933, 1945, 1965, 1971
FOLDER 21. Ridna Shkola, 1933, 1938
FOLDER 22. Solukha, V.A., 1965
SUBSERIES 21. Yugoslavia
BOX 59.
FOLDER 23. Petrov, Mih, 1961-1976
FOLDER 24. Vojtenovskyj, Vasili, 1939-1940


SERIES 5. Minnesota Resettlement of Displaced Persons

World War II dislocated many nationalities that were forced to leave their native land. Many found themselves in Displaced Persons (DP) camps of Germany, Austria, and Italy. Resettlement was possible through sponsors. Granovsky, being a member of the Minnesota Commission on Resettlement of DPs and working through the United Ukrainian American Relief Committee, was one such sponsor. He traveled to these camps, interviewed many refugees, and succeeded in sponsoring over 100 families to Minnesota. He then assisted them in finding lodgings and jobs. The correspondence with these refugees is contained in boxes 60-72 of sub-series 1. Correspondence with resettlement and relief organizations in Minnesota is largely in English and is located in boxes 73 of sub-series 2. Sub-series 3 contains correspondence and material of Ukrainian relief organizations in the United States with whom Granovsky worked. Among them are the United Ukrainian American Relief Committee and its field representatives in Europe, and the Minnesota Ukrainian American Relief Committee. These are located in boxes 74-75 of sub-series 3. Efforts by Granovsky in resettling and finding work for the newly arrived DPs are contained in box 76 of sub-series 4. Granovsky maintained contact and correspondence with American and other Ukrainian relief organizations; this correspondence is contained in boxes 76-77. Correspondence and information on Displaced Persons Commissions and Relief Acts are contained in box 78.
SUBSERIES 1. Correspondence with refugees (Boxes 60-72)
World War II dislocated many nationalities that were forced to leave their native land. Many found themselves in Displaced Persons (DP) camps of Germany, Austria, and Italy. Resettlement was possible through sponsors. Granovsky, being a member of the Minnesota Commission on Resettlement of DPs and working through the United Ukrainian American Relief Committee, was one such sponsor. He traveled to these camps, interviewed many refugees, and succeeded in sponsoring over 100 families to Minnesota. He then assisted them in finding lodgings and jobs. The correspondence with these refugees is contained in boxes 60-72 of sub-series 1.
BOX 60.
FOLDER 1. Adamovych, Olexander – Antonow, Iwan
FOLDER 2. Anastasievsky, Mykola, 1949-1954
FOLDER 3. Anastasievsky, Wolodymyr, 1949
FOLDER 4. Antochy, Mykola, 1949-1952
FOLDER 5. Babij, Bohdan – Wolodymyr Boldowsky
FOLDER 6. Bodnarczuk, Wsewolod – Bzhetsky, R.
FOLDER 7. Babij, Mychajlo, 1949-1950
FOLDER 8. Barychko, Wasyl, 1949-1950
FOLDER 9. Bereziuk, Volodymyr, 1949-1956
FOLDER 10. Bilyk, Iwan, 1954-1955
FOLDER 11. Brynowsky, Michael, 1949-1950
FOLDER 12. Bulavitsky, Oleksa, 1950-1953
FOLDER 13. Buriakowec, George, 1950-1951
BOX 61.
FOLDER 1. Cap (Tsap), Michael – Czyhryn, Hnat
FOLDER 2. Dantschuk, Mychajlo – Doroshuk, O.
FOLDER 3. Doroszczak, Semen – Dymickyj, Michael
FOLDER 4. Danyluk, Michael, 1948-1954
FOLDER 5. Derbush, Mykola, 1949-1958
FOLDER 6. Diesperow, Alexander P., 1949-1958
BOX 62.
FOLDER 1. Dmytrenko, Mychajlo, 1949-1950
FOLDER 2. Domanycky, Victor, 1945-1952
FOLDER 3. Dubrowskyj, Wasyl, 1949-1950
FOLDER 4. Efimenko, Michael S. – Eskis, Vitautus
FOLDER 5. Fedorovych, Teodor – Fylonowich, Wasyl
FOLDER 6. Galasan, Petro – Gudzowsky, Anatol
FOLDER 7. Gelecinskyj, Markyl, 1949
FOLDER 8. Gregoret, Serge, 1949-1952
FOLDER 9. Habit, Wolodymyr – Honchariw, Jakiw
FOLDER 10. Horbach, Nykyfor – Huziy, Maria
BOX 63.
FOLDER 1. Hajdaj, Alexander, 1949
FOLDER 2. Hladkyj, Orest, 1949
FOLDER 3. Hnizdowsky, Jacques, 1949
FOLDER 4. Holovko, Alexander, 1949-1950
FOLDER 5. Hordijuk, Ivan, 1949-1950
FOLDER 6. Hordynsky, Sviatslav, 1947-1949
FOLDER 7. Hreszczak, Bohdan, 1949-1951, 1966
FOLDER 8. Hrycak, Ludmilla, 1948-1949
FOLDER 9. Hrycak, Paul, 1948-1951
FOLDER 10. Hrycak, Petro, 1949
FOLDER 11. IAkymovych, Vasyl – Iwaszczenko, Olexy
FOLDER 12. Jacenko, Iwan – Juzkiv, Josef
FOLDER 13. Jackewicz, Leo, 1949
FOLDER 14. Janowycz, John, 1949-1953
FOLDER 15. Kabakiw, Ivan – Kolodin, N.
BOX 64.
FOLDER 1. Koltuniuk, Miroslaus Paul – Kosteletzky
FOLDER 2. Kotko, Lidia – Krywonis, Wolodymyr
FOLDER 3. Krywutsky, Wolodymyr – Kyryliuk, A. (photo)
FOLDER 4. Kaplysty, Makar, 1949
FOLDER 5. Kapustiansky, Mykola, 1949
FOLDER 6. Karabaj, Jakiv, 1949-1953
FOLDER 7. Khrushch, A. 1949-1950
FOLDER 8. Kist, Andrii, 1942-1949
FOLDER 9. Kocevalov, Andriy, 1949
FOLDER 10. Kolotij, Stefan, 1949-1950
FOLDER 11. Korby, George, 1949
FOLDER 12. Korol, Nestor, 1949
BOX 65.
FOLDER 1. Korsunsky, Alexander, 1948-1951
FOLDER 2. Kossarenko-Kossarewytch, Wasyl, 1946-1950
FOLDER 3. Krafft, Alexander, 1948-1950
FOLDER 4. Krascheninnikov, Serhij, 1947-1950
FOLDER 5. Krawczuk, Myron, 1949
FOLDER 6. Kubyk, Ihor, 1949, 1950
FOLDER 7. Laba, Mykola – Lytwakiwskyj, Anatolij
FOLDER 8. Lapychak, Toma, 1949
FOLDER 9. Lesyk, Trokhym, 1948-1949
FOLDER 10. Liaturynska, Oksana, 1949-1953
FOLDER 11. Lucyk, Stefan, 1949-1950
FOLDER 12. Luhanow, Boris, 1949
FOLDER 13. Maina, Ol. – Miroshnychenko, Petro
BOX 66.
FOLDER 1. Mishchenko, Mychael – Mykytyn, Iwan
FOLDER 2. Makar, Orest, 1950-1953
FOLDER 3. Markevich, Nicholas, 1949
FOLDER 4. Martynenko, Viktor, 1949
FOLDER 5. Martynets, Volodymyr, 1947-1949
FOLDER 6. Mensheha, Marko, 1949
FOLDER 7. Mischtscenko, Wadim, 1947-1948
FOLDER 8. Moroz, Mykhailo, 1949
FOLDER 9. Niepritzky, Aleksander, 1948
FOLDER 10. Nahirniak, Wasyl – Nykyforuk, Paul
FOLDER 11. Nagla, Victor, 1949
FOLDER 12. Nakonecznyj, Ewhen, 1949, 1952
FOLDER 13. Nazarenko, borys, 1949-1955
FOLDER 14. Nosenko
BOX 67.
FOLDER 1. Obuszkewycz, Leon Sergius – Ovchynnyk, M.
FOLDER 2. Orlyhora, Lev, 1948
FOLDER 3. Palij, Alexander – Pilipczuk, Alex
FOLDER 4. Pinkowsky-Habit, Wsewolod – Pylypyszyn, Stefan
FOLDER 5. Papara, Leonid, 1949
FOLDER 6. Parfanovych, Sophia, 1949-1955
FOLDER 7. Pavlos, Antin, 1949, 1953
FOLDER 8. Pavlovsky, Vadym, 1946, 1950
FOLDER 9. Pawlyshyn, Pavlo, 1951
FOLDER 10. Pelechatiuk, Nikolaus, 1949-1952
FOLDER 11. Petrenko, Pavlo, 1949-1951
FOLDER 12. Petrow, Alexey, 1949-1953, 1970
BOX 68.
FOLDER 1. Petruczok, Ivan, 1951-1958
FOLDER 2. Podubynsky, Lily, 1949-1952
FOLDER 3. Powstenko, Olexa, 1949-1950
FOLDER 4. Prychodko, Eugen, 1949-1950
FOLDER 5. Pundyk, Youry, 1954-1963
FOLDER 6. Pysarsky, Evhen, 1951-1954
FOLDER 7. Renczak, Mykola – Ryczok, Roman
FOLDER 8. Radzimovsky, Eugen, 1949
FOLDER 9. Revay, Julian, 1946
FOLDER 10. Rewusky, Natalia, 1950-1956
FOLDER 11. Riabokin, Khoma, 1948-1957 (photos)
FOLDER 12. Rozhin, Ivan, 1949
FOLDER 13. Rudawsky, Lev, 1949-1953
FOLDER 14. Rudnyckyj, Jaroslaw, 1949
BOX 69.
FOLDER 1. Sadowskyj, Serhij – Sereda, Wasyl
FOLDER 2. Senyk, Ostap – Skryl, Demetrio (photos)
FOLDER 3. Slastenenko, Efim – Svistel, IUrii
FOLDER 4. Svoboda, Zenovia – Szylo, Oleksa
FOLDER 5. Scholucha, Ivan, 1950-1952
FOLDER 6. Seleshko, M., 1949
FOLDER 7. Semeniuk, Antin, 1946-1947
FOLDER 8. Semeniuk, George, 1948-1950
FOLDER 9. Shevelov, Jurij, 1949
BOX 70.
FOLDER 1. Shtovhan, Theodor, 1949-1950
FOLDER 2. Shuhaevsky, Valentin, 1947-1948
FOLDER 3. Sichynskyj, Wolodymyr, 1949
FOLDER 4. Skorupsky, Maksym, 1949-1950
FOLDER 5. Skrypnyk, Mstyslav, 1945
FOLDER 6. Slastion, George, 1949-1953
FOLDER 7. Slozynsky, Gregory, 1949-1951
FOLDER 8. Smowskyj, Konstantyn, 1949-1950
FOLDER 9. Sokil, Mykola, 1948-1949
FOLDER 10. Sokolowskyj, Wladimir, 1949-1951
FOLDER 11. Solovey, Dmytro, 1949-1950
FOLDER 12. Sorochenko, Nina, 1950
FOLDER 13. Stefan, Augustin, 1945
FOLDER 14. Stefanishyn, Wasyl, 1948-1950
FOLDER 15. Tanchuk, Fedir – Turukalo, Semen
FOLDER 16. Traskine, Nicolas, 1925, 1931, 1934
BOX 71.
FOLDER 1. Tschykalenko, Lewko, 1948-1949
FOLDER 2. Tymchyshyn, John Ilarion, 1948-1951
FOLDER 3. Tyshovnytsky, Michael, 1948-1949
FOLDER 4. Tysowsky, Stephan, 1949
FOLDER 5. Uljanec, Pylyp, [n.d.]
FOLDER 6. Vakulenko, Ioakim – Vytanovych, Ilia
FOLDER 7. Vetukhiv, Mykhailo, 1949
FOLDER 8. Waplak, Hryhor – Wysokowa, Elena and Irene
FOLDER 9. Wolansky, Gregory, 1948-1949
FOLDER 10. Wynar, Bohdan, 1954-1957
FOLDER 11. Yaciw, George – Yurchenko, Y.
FOLDER 12. Yurchyshyn, Dmytro, 1949-1951
FOLDER 13. Zachwalynskyj, Serhij – Zymna, Maria
FOLDER 14. Zafijovska, Lubov D., 1949?
FOLDER 15. Zamsza, Iwan, 1950
FOLDER 16. Zurko, Maxim and Anna, 1952-1953
BOX 72.
FOLDER 1. Ukrainians in South America (Wasyl Kurpil, Prosvita, Mykola Traskyn), 1927-1960
FOLDER 2. Ukrainians in South America, Newsclippings, etc.
FOLDER 3. Correspondence re assistance for resettlement, 1947-1951
FOLDER 4. Minnesota local community assistance in resettlement, 1947-1951
FOLDER 5. Correspondence – Canada – Displaced Persons, 1945-1949
FOLDER 6. Miscellaneous correspondence, 1946-1956
SUBSERIES 2. Minnesota resettlement agencies (Box 73)
Correspondence with resettlement and relief organizations in Minnesota is largely in English and is located in box 73 of sub-series 2.
BOX 73.
FOLDER 1. Minnesota Commission on Resettlement of Displaced Persons, 1948-1952
FOLDER 2. Minnesota Commission on Resettlement of Displaced Persons – “Welcome New Neighbors to Minnesota”, 1950
FOLDER 3. Displaced Persons Committee – Minutes, 1949-1950
FOLDER 4. Wily, Robert, 1948-1954
FOLDER 5. Corps of Engineers – Army Map Service, Washington, D.C., 1950
FOLDER 6. Resolution Adopted by the Component Organizations of the Minnesota Coordinating Council for Revision of the Immigration Law, 1955
FOLDER 7. Resolution Adopted by Ukrainians in the Twin Cities, 1948-1953
FOLDER 8. Alexander A. Granovsky’s trips to Europe, notes, etc., 1949
FOLDER 9. Alexander A. Granovsky’s speeches, etc., re Displaced Persons – correspondence, 1945-1950, 1954
SUBSERIES 3. Ukrainian relief organizations in the United States (Boxes 74-75)
Sub-series 3 contains correspondence and material of Ukrainian relief organizations in the United States with whom Granovsky worked. Among them are the United Ukrainian American Relief Committee and its field representatives in Europe, and the Minnesota Ukrainian American Relief Committee. These are located in boxes 74-75 of sub-series 3.
BOX 74.
FOLDER 1. Minnesota Ukrainian American Relief Committee, Financial Records, etc., 1949-1951
FOLDER 2. Minnesota Ukrainian American Resettlement Committee – Statute, etc., 1949
FOLDER 3. Minnesota Ukrainian American Resettlement Committee – Minutes, 1949
FOLDER 4. Record book of Assurances issued by the American Citizens…, 1954
FOLDER 5. Questions and Answers for Citizenship
FOLDER 6. Haydak, Mykola, 1947
FOLDER 7. University of Minnesota Committee for D.P. Students, United Ukrainian American Relief Committee, 1950
FOLDER 8. Gallan, Walter, Director, 1945-1963
FOLDER 9. Displaced Persons sponsored by Alexander A. Granovsky (notifications/arrivals)
FOLDER 10. Telegrams – DP arrivals, 1949-1950
FOLDER 11. Komisiia Dopomohy Ukrains’komu Studentstvu v Avstrii (KODUS) (Relief Commission for Ukrainian Students in Austria), Saltzburg, Austria, 1950
BOX 75.
FOLDER 1. Konick, Julia, 1949-1950
FOLDER 2. Radyk, Michael, 1949
FOLDER 3. Rozhin, Iwan, 1949
FOLDER 4. Smook, Roman, 1938-1949
FOLDER 5. Panchuk, Bohdan, 1947-1949
FOLDER 6. UUARC – Appeal letters, fund raising, etc.
FOLDER 7. UUARC – Forms
FOLDER 8. UUARC – Print
FOLDER 9. Displaced Persons – notes, etc
FOLDER 10. Displaced Persons – Lists, etc.
FOLDER 11. Social Security Board – Insurance for workers
FOLDER 12. Resettlement and work placement / employment
FOLDER 13. Brown and Bigelow, St. Paul, MN, 1949-1959
SUBSERIES 4. Correspondence related to resettlement of Ukrainian refugees (Boxes 76-78)
Efforts by Granovsky in resettling and finding work for the newly arrived DPs are contained in box 76 of sub-series 4. Granovsky maintained contact and correspondence with American and other Ukrainian relief organizations; this correspondence is contained in boxes 76-77. Correspondence and information on Displaced Persons Commissions and Relief Acts are contained in box 78.
BOX 76.
FOLDER 1. Dept. of Conservation – Division of Land and Minerals, St. Paul, MN, 1949
FOLDER 2. Kindy Optical Company, St. Paul, MN, 1949
FOLDER 3. Walter Butler Company, St. Paul, MN, 1949-1950
FOLDER 4. Canning Companies, 1949
FOLDER 5. Nursuries and Florists, 1948-1951
FOLDER 6. Jewel Nurseries, Inc., Lake City, MN, 1949
FOLDER 7. Other Companies, etc. 1947-1958
SUBSERIES 5. Resettlement / Relief Organizations
BOX 76.
FOLDER 8. American Christian Committee for Refugees, Inc., 1946-1947
FOLDER 9. American Committee on Displaced Persons, n.d.
FOLDER 10. American Committee on Special Migration, 1952
FOLDER 11. American Council for Nationalities Service, 1941-1969
BOX 77.
FOLDER 1. American Red Cross, 1943-1950
FOLDER 2. American Resettlement Commission, n.d.
FOLDER 3. Central Representation of Ukrainian Emigrants in Germany, 1947–1951
FOLDER 4. Church World Service, Inc., 1946–1955
FOLDER 5. East European Fund, Inc., 1950–1953
FOLDER 6. Immigration and Naturalization, n.d.
FOLDER 7. International Institute, MN, 1948-1950
FOLDER 8. International Rescue Committee, 1949, 1959 (formerly International Rescue and Relief Committee)
FOLDER 9. International Refugee Organization, 1948-1949
FOLDER 10. Minnesota Hungarian Emergency Committee, 1956-1958
FOLDER 11. Russian War Relief, Inc. 1941
FOLDER 12. Ukrainian Canadian Committee, 1946
FOLDER 13. Ukrainian Canadian Relief Committee, 1946
FOLDER 14. Ukrainian Canadian Relief Fund, 1949-1949
FOLDER 15. Ukrainian Relief Committee of Belgium, 1945
FOLDER 16. United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), 1953-1956
FOLDER 17. United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA), 1945
FOLDER 18. Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, MN, 1939-1940
FOLDER 19. Other Relief Agencies, 1948–1953
SUBSERIES 6. Commissions /Displaced Persons / Relief Act
BOX 78.
FOLDER 1. Displaced Persons Commission, Washington, D.C., 1949
FOLDER 2. President’s Commission on Immigration and Naturalization, Washington, D.C. 1952
FOLDER 3. Congressional Record: Proceedings and Debates, 78th, 80th,-84th Congress, 1944-1956
FOLDER 4. Displaced Persons
FOLDER 5. Displaced Persons and Refugees – Ukrainian
FOLDER 6. Relief Act of 1953
FOLDER 7. Miscellaneous
FOLDER 8. Displaced Persons – News clippings and Commemoration (See also Oversize No. 13)
BOX 78a.
Various documentation related to DP resettlement
BOX 78b.
Miscellaneous DP correspondence

SERIES 6. Minnesota Ukrainian American Community

Series 6 contains files documenting the Minnesota Ukrainian American community. Granovsky settled in St. Paul, Minesota after coming to America in 1913. At that time, St. Paul had few Ukrainian immigrants but North East Minneapolis had a larger settlement, anchored by St. Constantine’s Ukrainian Catholic Church;, and later St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church. Granovsky was active in the Ukrainian American community until his death in 1976. He was one the founders of the latter church. Sub-series 1, boxes 79-84, contains material pertaining to the history of Ukrainians in Minnesota and Granovsky’s involvement in St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church. Sub-series 2, boxes 85-94 contains a large segment of correspondence with many Ukrainian and Twin Cities organizations, many of which were branches of the Ukrainian national organizations in America. Most prominent of these is the Minnesota Branch of the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, which he founded and of which he was a longtime president. This correspondence is located in boxes 86-91. Granovsky was also the founder of the Ukrainian Students’ Club at the University of Minnesota (box 94). The Ukrainian Folk Ballet and Chorus of the Twin Cities was a very active group and performed at many social events (boxes 92-94). Granovsky also took part in Minnesota’s centennial and bi-centennial celebrations (box 92). His long relationship and involvement with the Minnesota International Institute is documented in boxes 95-97 of sub-series 3.
SUBSERIES 1. History of Ukrainians in Minnesota (Boxes 79-84)
Sub-series 1, boxes 79-84, contains material pertaining to the history of Ukrainians in Minnesota and Granovsky’s involvement in St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church.
BOX 79.
FOLDER 1. History of Ukrainians in Minnesota, 1930, 1940?
FOLDER 2. St. Constantine Ukrainian Catholic Church, Minneapolis, MN, 1925, 1934–1972
FOLDER 3. St. Constantine Ukrainian Catholic Church, Minneapolis, MN, 1973-1976
FOLDER 4. St. George’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, 1952-1970
FOLDER 5. St. John the Baptist Ukrainian Catholic Church, Hunter, NY, 1968-1975
FOLDER 6. St. Johns Catholic Church, Mineapolis, MN, 1948-1950
FOLDER 7. St. Mary’s Russian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, 1899–ca.1972
FOLDER 8. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, History, notes, etc.
BOX 80.
FOLDER 1. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Statute/Constitution, By-laws, 1952–1976
FOLDER 2. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Annual Meetings, 1936–1976
FOLDER 3. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Minutes, 1925, 1933, 1955, 1962, 1974
FOLDER 4. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Tally Book, 1918-1926
FOLDER 5. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Financial Reports, 1925–1936
BOX 81.
FOLDER 1. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Financial Reports, 1938–1957
FOLDER 2. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Financial Reports, 1957–1961
FOLDER 3. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Financial Reports, 1961–1964
FOLDER 4. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Financial Reports, 1965–1976
BOX 82.
FOLDER 1. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Correspondence, 1931–1961
FOLDER 2. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Correspondence, 1961–1976
FOLDER 3. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Resolutions, 1945, 1948
FOLDER 4. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Sisterhood, 1933-1977
FOLDER 5. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Men’s Club, Constitution and By-Laws, etc, 1969-1975
FOLDER 6. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Chapter – Ukrainian Orthodox League of the USA (UOL), 1960-1977
FOLDER 7. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, UOL Convention, Minneapolis, 1970
FOLDER 8. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Saturday and Sunday School, 1939-1976
FOLDER 9. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Community School Building, 1957-1964, 1968
FOLDER 10. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Religious holdidays, etc., ca.1930-1976
BOX 83.
FOLDER 1. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Liturgical text and music, 1964
FOLDER 2. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Annual Parish Bazaar, 1936, 1942-1976
FOLDER 3. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Annual Parish Picnic, 1937-1976
FOLDER 4. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Ukrainian National Day, 1937-1976
FOLDER 5. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Cultural and Social Events, 1930-1974
FOLDER 6. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Dramatic Club, 1941-1951
FOLDER 7. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Church Bulletin, 1944-1975
FOLDER 8. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Church Bulletin, 1976-1977
FOLDER 9. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Seminarian Scholarship Fund, 1976
FOLDER 10. St. Michael’s, Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Anniversary Booklets, 1940-1955, 1975
FOLDER 11. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Jubilee books and UKADET, 1935-1936, 1976
FOLDER 12. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Newspaper Clippings, 1935, 1958-1969
BOX 84.
FOLDER 1. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Misc.
FOLDER 2. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Addresses
FOLDER 3. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, Photographs
FOLDER 4. St. Stefan Romanian Orthodox Church, St. Paul, MN, 1941, 1943
FOLDER 5. St. Stefan Ukrainian Catholic Church, St. Paul, MN, 1951, 1957
FOLDER 6. Sts. Volodymyr and Olga Ukrainian Orthodox Church, St. Paul, MN, 1950–1976
FOLDER 7. Ukrainian Evangelical Baptist Church, MN, 1967-1976
SUBSERIES 2. Ukrainian and Twin Cities organizations (Boxes 85-94)
Sub-series 2, boxes 85-94 contains a large segment of correspondence with many Ukrainian and Twin Cities organizations, many of which were branches of the Ukrainian national organizations in America. Most prominent of these is the Minnesota Branch of the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, which he founded and of which he was a longtime president. This correspondence is located in boxes 86-91. Granovsky was also the founder of the Ukrainian Students’ Club at the University of Minnesota (box 94). The Ukrainian Folk Ballet and Chorus of the Twin Cities was a very active group and performed at many social events (boxes 92-94). Granovsky also took part in Minnesota’s centennial and bi-centennial celebrations (box 92).
BOX 84.
FOLDER 8. American Association of University Women, Minneapolis Branch, MN, 1950, 1951, 1971
FOLDER 9. Association of American Artists of Ukrainian Descent, nd.
FOLDER 10. “Cheremosh” – Ukrainian Folk Dancing Group, Minneapolis, MN, 1958-1972
FOLDER 11. Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies, Minneapolis Unit, MN, 1941
FOLDER 12. Council for the Liberation of Captive Peoples from Soviet Domination, Minneapolis, MN, 1960-1962
FOLDER 13. Demokratychne Ob’iednannia Buvshykh Represovanykh Ukraintsiv z pid-Sovietiv v SShA (DOBRUS), Mpls-St. Paul Branch, MN 1952-1959
FOLDER 14. Independent Ukrainian Association for Research of National Problems in Soviet Theory and Practice, Twin Cities, MN, Minutes, 1958-1959
FOLDER 15. Jewish Center Activities Association, St. Paul, MN, 1936
FOLDER 16. Jewish Educational Center Association, St. Paul, MN, 1936
FOLDER 17. Karpato Amerikan Club, Minneapolis, MN, 1939
FOLDER 18. Komitet Pozychky Vyzvolennia Ukrainy (Loan Committee to Free Ukraine), St. Paul-Minneapolis, MN, 1952
FOLDER 19. Kramarczuk/Ambrosiak Sausage Co., Minneapolis, MN, 1967
FOLDER 20. National Council of Jewish Women, St. Paul Section, MN, 1938-1939
FOLDER 21. Near and Middle Eastern Association (University of Minnesota?), 1935
FOLDER 22. Ob’iednani Zhinochi Orhanizatsii (United Ukrainian Women’s Organizations) St. Paul-Minneapolis, MN, 1956
FOLDER 23. Ob’iednannia Demokratychnoi Molodi v St. Pol i Minneapolis (ODUM) (Ass’n of Amer. Youth of Ukr. Descent, Inc., MN Chapter), 1953-1971
FOLDER 24. Ob’iednannia Pratsivnykiv Literatury dlia Ditei i Molodi (Ass’n of Workers of Literature for Children and Youth), Minnesota Branch, 1968-1969
FOLDER 25. Orhanizatsiia Oborony Chotyr’okh Svobid Ukrainy (OOChSU) (Organization for the Defense of Four Freedoms of Ukraine), Branch 19, Minneapolis, MN, 1947-1974
BOX 85.
FOLDER 1. “PLAST” – Orhanizatsiia Ukrains’koi Molodi (“PLAST” Ukrainian Youth Organization, Inc.) Branch 16, Minneapolis, MN, 1952-1974
FOLDER 2. Ridna Shkola (Native School), Twin Cities, MN, 1954-1958, 1968
FOLDER 3. “Samopomich” Ob’iednannia Ukraintsiv v Amerytsi (“Self Reliance” Association of Ukrainians in America), Minneapolis Branch, MN, 1954
FOLDER 4. Soiuz Ukrainok Ameryky (Ukrainian National Women’s League of America) Branch, 12, St. Paul, MN, 1936
FOLDER 5. Soiuz Ukrainok Ameryky (Ukrainian National Women’s League of America) Branch, 16, Minneapolis, MN, 1952-1971
FOLDER 6. Soiuz Ukrainok Ameryky (Ukrainian National Women’s League of America) Branch, 110, Twin Cities, MN, 1971, 1974
FOLDER 7. Soiuz Ukrains’kykh Veteraniv v S.Sh.A.m (Assocation of Ukrainian War Veterans in the U.S.A.) MN Branch, 1951, 1955-1974
FOLDER 8. Spilka Ukrains’koi Molodi Ameryky (SUM)– Oseredok im. Het’mana I. Mazepy (Ukr. Amer. Youth Ass’n of H. I. Mazepa), MN-Branch,
FOLDER 9. T-vo Aktoriv Ukrains’koi Stseny (Society of Actors of the Ukrainian Stage), St. Paul, MN, 1953
FOLDER 10. T-vo Prykhyl’nykiv Ukrains’koi Narodnoi Respubliky v Ekzyliu, MN, 1954–1960 (Society of Friends of the Ukr. Nat’l Rep. in Exile, MN Branch), 1950-1976
FOLDER 11. T-vo Ukrains’kykh Inzheneriv (Association of Ukrainian Engineers of America), MN Branch, 1967-1974
FOLDER 12. T-vo Ukrains’koi Students’koi Molodi (TUSM) (Ukrainian Student Organization of Michnowky), Minneapolis, MN, 1972
FOLDER 13. Twin Cities Ukrainian American Recreation Camp, Inc., (Oak Leaf, Coon Lake), By-Laws, Statut, 1954
FOLDER 14. Twin Cities Ukrainian American Recreation Camp, Inc., (Oak Leaf, Coon Lake), Correspndence, etc., 1954-1990
FOLDER 15. Ukrainian American Community Center, Minneapolis, MN, 1965
BOX 86.
FOLDER 1. Ukrainian Chorus Dnipro of the Twin Cities, 1959–1969 (1 photo)
FOLDER 2. Ukrainian Chorus Dnipro of the Twin Cities, 1970–1976
FOLDER 3. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America – MN Branch, Constitution and Bylaws, 1953–1958, 1966
FOLDER 4. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America – MN Branch, Meetings and Reports, 1952–1966
BOX 87.
FOLDER 1. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America – MN Branch, Meetings and Reports, 1967-1975
FOLDER 2. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America – MN Branch, Financial Reports, 1948-1973
FOLDER 3. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America – MN Branch, Member Addresses
FOLDER 4. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America – MN Branch, Correspondence, 1942–1958
FOLDER 5. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America – MN Branch, Correspondence, 1959–1964
BOX 88.
FOLDER 1. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America – MN Branch, Correspondence, 1965-1969
FOLDER 2. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America – MN Branch, Correspondence, 1970-1976
FOLDER 3. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America – MN Branch, Americans of Ukrainian Descent – Resolutions, 1933, 1938, 1949, 1954-1962
FOLDER 4. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America – MN Branch, Proclamations – “Ukrainian Day”, 1962-1975
FOLDER 5. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America – MN Branch, Sviato Derzhavnosty (Ukrainian Independence Day), 1935, 1955-1975
FOLDER 6. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America – MN Branch, Ukrainian Independence Day – Speeches, 1941-1976
BOX 89.
FOLDER 1. Americans of Ukrainian Descent / Ukrainian Congress Committee of America – MN Branch, Ukrainian Day, 1933-1976
FOLDER 2. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, MN Branch, Congresses, 3rd, 8th, 10th, 1946, 1955-1976
FOLDER 3. Tri-State Conference of the UCCA (North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, 1957
FOLDER 4. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America – MN Branch, Anniversaries of the Famine in Ukraine, 20th, 25th, 1953, 1958, 1962
FOLDER 5. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America – MN Branch, Anniversaries of the Famine in Ukraine, 30th, 1963
FOLDER 6. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America – MN Branch, Captive Nations Week, 1960-1970
BOX 90.
FOLDER 1. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America – MN Branch, Sviato Shevchenka (Taras H. Shevchenko’s Day Commemoration), 1951-1976
FOLDER 2. UCCA – MN Branch, Taras H. Shevchenko Monument (in Washington D.C.) Committee, 1964 (1 photo, 1 negative)
FOLDER 3. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America – MN Branch, Mazeppa Festival, Mazeppa, MN, 1959 (photo-text)
FOLDER 4. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America – MN Branch, Lystopadovyi Zryv (November Uprising Commemoration), 1952-1970
FOLDER 5. UCCA – MN Branch, Ukrains’kyi Vil’nyi Universytet (Ukrainian Free University), Munich, 50th Anniversary Celebration in the Twin Cities,
FOLDER 6. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America – MN Branch, Other Cultural and Social Events, 1936-1970
FOLDER 7. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America – MN Branch, Other Cultural and Social Events, 1970-1976
BOX 91.
FOLDER 1. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America – MN Branch, Notes, etc.
FOLDER 2. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America – MN Branch, Notes, etc.
FOLDER 3. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America – MN Branch, Notes, etc.
FOLDER 4. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America – MN Branch, Information and Appeal and Obizhnyk (Circulars), 1954–1970
FOLDER 5. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America – MN Branch, Photographs
FOLDER 6. Komitet Hromads’koi Iednosty (Committee for Community Unity), MN Branch,
FOLDER 7. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America – MN Branch, Ukrainian Dissidents, 1971-1973
BOX 92.
FOLDER 1. Minnesota Centennial Celebration, 1958
FOLDER 2. Minnesota Bi-Centennial Celebration Ukrainian Committee, 1975-1976
FOLDER 3. Minnesota State Fair, 1944-195
FOLDER 4. Soviet Children Arts Exhibit, Minneapolis, MN, 1960
FOLDER 5. Ukrainian Artists Exibits – Programs, etc., 1944-1975
FOLDER 6. Ukrain’ska Spilka Obrazotvorchykh Mysttsiv – USOM (Ukrainian Creative Artists Association), 1950-1966
FOLDER 7. Ukrainian Credit Union, Minneapolis, MN, 1972
FOLDER 8. Kul’turno-Mystets’kyi Kliub (Ukrainian Cultural and Arts Club) – Twin Cities, 1963-1976
FOLDER 9. Ukrainian Folk Ballet and Chorus of the Twin Cities – Constitution, and By-Laws, 1934–1935
FOLDER 10. Ukrainian Folk Ballet and Chorus of the Twin Cities, Correspondence, 1934–1945
FOLDER 11. Ukrainian Folk Ballet and Chorus of the Twin Cities, Members, Photo, 1935
BOX 93.
FOLDER 1. Ukrainian Folk Ballet and Chorus of the Twin Cities, Text for Programs, 1931–1934
FOLDER 2. Ukrainian Folk Ballet and Chorus of the Twin Cities, Text for Programs, 1934-1939
FOLDER 3. Ukrainian Folk Ballet and Chorus of the Twin Cities, Programs, 1929-1967
FOLDER 4. Ukrainian Folk Ballet and Chorus of the Twin Cities, Misc. Notes
FOLDER 5. Ukrainian Folk Ballet and Chorus of the Twin Cities, News Clippings, ca. 1933-1943
FOLDER 6. Ukrainian Gift Shop, Minneapolis, MN, 1943-1967
FOLDER 7. Ukrainian National Association – MN Branches #292, #345 (See also Oversize #6), 1925-1975
FOLDER 8. Ukrainian National Home, Minneapolis, MN, 1965
FOLDER 9. Ukrainian Sports Club “Kiev” in the Twin Cities, MN, 1953-1965
BOX 94.
FOLDER 1. Ukrainian Student Association TUSM – MN, 1972, 1973
FOLDER 2. Ukrainian Students Club of the University of Minnesota, Constition and By-Laws, 1939
FOLDER 3. Ukrainian Student Club of the University of Minnesota, Correspondence, 1939-1969
FOLDER 4. Ukrainian Student Club of the University of Minnesota, Correspondence, 1970-1975
FOLDER 5. Ukrainian Student Club of the University of Minnesota, Membership and Photo
FOLDER 6. Ukrainian Students Club of the University of Minnesota, Cultural/Social events, 1942–1976
FOLDER 7. Ukrainian Student Club of the University of Minnesota, Miscellaneous
FOLDER 8. Ukrainian Trade Union-London, MN Branch (Ukrains’ka Torhovel’na Spilka-London, Viddil Mineapolis), n.d.
FOLDER 9. United American Slavs of Minnesota, 1942
FOLDER 10. United Ukrainian American Organizations of theTwin Cities, Resolutions and Correspondence, 1933-1955
FOLDER 11. United Ukrainian Progressive Organizations of Minneapolis, 1936, 1940
FOLDER 12. Upper Midwest Ethnic Studies Association, 1972–1976
FOLDER 13. YMCA of Minneapolis, MN, 1936
SUBSERIES 3. International Institute of Minnesota (Boxes 95-97)
Granovsky's long relationship and involvement with the Minnesota International Institute is documented in boxes 95-97 of sub-series 3.
BOX 95.
FOLDER 1. II of MN – By-Laws, etc., 1934-1960
FOLDER 2. II of MN – Its----Its Place in the Community, 1944
FOLDER 3. II of MN – Correspondence, 1936-1949
FOLDER 4. II of MN – Correspondence, 1950-1975
FOLDER 5. II of MN – Board of Directors; Meetings, Minutes, etc., 1939-1975
FOLDER 6. II of MN – Annual Meetings/Dinners, 1935-1975
FOLDER 7. II of MN – Financial Report, etc. 1934, 1952,
FOLDER 8. II of MN –Membership Information, 1961
FOLDER 9. II of MN – Services, 1955-1971
FOLDER 10. II of MN – Projects, 1937, 1943
FOLDER 11. II of MN – New Building, 1971
FOLDER 12. II of MN – 50th Anniversary, 1970
FOLDER 13. II of MN – National Survey, 1965
FOLDER 14. II of MN – Conferences, 1941, 1953
BOX 96.
FOLDER 1. II of MN – Festival of Nations, 1936-1964 (3 passport photos)
FOLDER 2. II of MN – Festival of Nations, 1964-1976
FOLDER 3. II of MN – New Citizens Day / Receptions, 1937, 1940, 1956
FOLDER 4. II of MN – Ukrainian Open House, 1970
FOLDER 5. II of MN – Activities, 1929-1967
FOLDER 6. II of MN – Activities, 1967-1975
FOLDER 7. II of MN – Activities, n.d.
BOX 97.
FOLDER 1. II of MN – Nationality Community News, 1938
FOLDER 2. II of MN – Newsletter, 1971-1976
FOLDER 3. II of MN – “International Institute News”, 1943-1945
FOLDER 4. II of MN – Nationality News, 1938-1969
FOLDER 5. II of MN – Year Book, 1943


SERIES 7. Organizations

Series 7 consists of Granovsky’s correspondence with Ukrainian organizations in various countries dealing with various matters pertaining to their activities and concerns about Ukraine, as well as conferences and conventions he attended. This series is divided into sub-series 1-12. Sub-series 1-7 contain correspondence with organizations in the following countries: Canada (boxes 98-99), United States (boxes100-114), Czechoslovakia (box 114), Great Britain (box 114), France (boxes 114-115), and Germany (box 115-116). Granovsky was a full member of both the Shevchenko Scientific Society and the Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences located in the US. This correspondence is located in boxes 103-106. He played an important part in the establishment of the Ukrainian Scientific Institute in America, Inc., in St. Paul, Minnesota in 1938. Correspondence pertaining to this Institute are in box 112. In the 1930s he had some contact with a few organizations in Ukraine (box116). Contained in Sub-series 8 is his correspondence regarding attendance at many conferences (box 116). The most important conference Granovsky attended was the United Nations Conference in San Francisco in 1945. He was selected by the Ukrainian American Congress Committee of America to represent the interests of the Ukrainian American community in the fate of Ukraine (box 116). Granovsky was a staunch Republican and was involved and interested in presidential elections and American politics. Correspondence, flyers, newsletters, etc., of the Republican National Committee and the American-Ukrainian Republican Council in Minneapolis, Minnesota (box 117) and other organizations are contained in sub-series 9. Granovsky maintained substantial correspondence with Ukrainian publishers in many countries. Sub-series 10-12 (boxes 118-121) consist of this correspondence.
SUBSERIES 1. Correspondence with organizations in Canada (Boxes 98-99)
BOX 98.
FOLDER 1. Association of Ukrainian Journalists in Canada, Toronto, Ont., 1968
FOLDER 2. Basilian Fathers Monastery, Mundare, Alta., 1965
FOLDER 3. Bratstvo Karpats’kykh Sichovykiv (Brotherhood of Carpathina Sich), Toronto, Ont., 1959
FOLDER 4. Carpathian Credit Union Society Limited, Winnipeg, Man.1942, 1963
FOLDER 5. “Kalyna” Ukrains’ka Kooperatyva (“Kalyna” Ukrainian Co-operative, Ltd., Winnipeg, Man., 1939- 1976
FOLDER 6. The Library of St. Vladimir’s Ukrainian Greek Orthodox Church, Calgary, Alta., 1972
FOLDER 7. Mohyla Institute, Saskatoon, Sask., 1936, 1968
FOLDER 8. Order of St. Andrew – Winnipeg Branch, Winnipeg, Man., 1966
FOLDER 9. Representative Committee of Ukrainian Canadians, Saskatoon, Sask., 1938-1939
FOLDER 10. Research Institute of Wolyn, Winnipeg, Man., 1954-1976
FOLDER 11. St. Andrew’s College in Winnipeg, Winnipeg, Man., 1950-1974
FOLDER 12. Shevchenko Scientific Society, Toronto, 1953, 1964
FOLDER 13. T-vo Plekannia Ridnoi Movy I Fundatsiia (Society of Culturating the Native Language and UkrainianLanguage Foundation), Winnipeg, Man., 1965
FOLDER 14. T-vo Prosvita (Enlightement Society), Fort Williams-Port Arthur-Lakehead, Ont., 1969
FOLDER 15. T-vo “Volyn” (Society of Volyn), Winnipeg, Man., 1965-1972
FOLDER 16. Ukrainian Canadian Committee, Winnipeg, Man., 1941-1974
FOLDER 17. Ukrainian Canadian Research Foundation, Toronto, Ont., 1966
FOLDER 18. Ukrainian Cultural and Educational Centre (Oseredok), Winnipeg, Man., 1945-1965, 1974
FOLDER 19. Ukrainian Free Academy of Sciences (UVAN), Winnipeg, 1949, 1958, 1965-1969
FOLDER 20. Ukrainian Greek-Orthodox Church of Canada, 1957-1961
FOLDER 21. Ukrainian Historical Society, Constitution, Winnipeg (?), Man., 1946
FOLDER 22. Ukrainian Literary Art-Club in Toronto, Ont., 1954
FOLDER 23. Ukrainian War Historical Institute, Toronto, Ont., 1952, 1957
FOLDER 24. Ukrainian War Veteran’s Ass’n of Canada, Toronto, Ont., 1937, 1957-1975 (Includes 10 facsimiles of Edicts/Orders by Catherine the Great)
FOLDER 25. Ukrainian Women’s Association of Canada, Winnipeg, Man., 1946, 1948
FOLDER 26. Ukrainska Torhowla, Winnipeg, Man. [n.d.]
FOLDER 27. Union of Ukrainian Independents (Soiuz Ukrains’kykh Samostiinykiv), Edmonton, Alta., 1938
BOX 99.
FOLDER 1. Commemoration of Taras H. Shevchenko in Canada, (A.A. Granovsky’s speech/correspondence), 1963
FOLDER 2. Alberta – Community events, 1965, 1969
FOLDER 3. Manitoba, Dauphine, Canada’s National Ukrainian Festival, 1966
FOLDER 4. Manitoba, Dauphine, Canada’s National Ukrainian Festival, 1967-1968
FOLDER 5. Manitoba, Dauphine, Canada’s National Ukrainian Festival, 1971, 1973
FOLDER 6. Manitoba, Winnipeg – Community events, 1942-1963
FOLDER 7. Ontario, Fort Williams – Community events, 1967
FOLDER 8. Ontario, Toronto – Community events (See also Oversize #13), 1951-1974
FOLDER 9. Saskatchewan – Community events, 1936, n.d.
FOLDER 10. Alexander A. Granovsky’s trips to Canada – notes, etc.
FOLDER 11. Newspaper clippings, 1939, 1949, 1964-1965
SUBSERIES 2. Correspondence with organizations in the United States (Boxes 100-113)
BOX 100.
FOLDER 1. American Committee for Liberation from Bolshevism, Inc., New York, NY, 1952–1954
FOLDER 2. American Friends of ABN (Antibolshevik Block of Nations, Inc.) New York, NY, 1951
FOLDER 3. American Friends of Captives Nations, etc., New York, NY, 1956, 1961
FOLDER 4. American Jewish Committee (National Project on Ethnic America), New York, NY, 1969–1974
FOLDER 5. American Russian Institute, Inc., New York, NY, 1937-1938
FOLDER 6. American Security Council, Washington, D.C., 1970–1976
FOLDER 7. Assembly of Captive European Nations (ACEN), New York, NY, 1960–1965
FOLDER 8. Association for the Liberation of Ukraine (A.L.U.), New York, NY, 1966
FOLDER 9. Association of Ukrainian War Veterans in the United States and Branches in Chicago, IL, 1967
FOLDER 10. Basilian Fathers, New York City, NY, 1948
FOLDER 11. “Brody-Lev” Inc., Brotherhood, New York, NY, 1956-1966, 1975
FOLDER 12. Byelorussian-American Association, Inc., Brooklyn, NY, 1961
FOLDER 13. Carpathian Alliance (Karpatskyi Soiuz), New York, NY, 1971-1975
FOLDER 14. Carpathian Research Center, New York, NY, 1961, 1974–1975
FOLDER 15. Committee of Members and Adherents of the Ukrainian Free University, New York, 1951
FOLDER 16. Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies, New York, 1940
FOLDER 17. Congress of Freedom, Inc., Omaha, NE, , Colorado Springs, CO., 1954, 1957
FOLDER 18. Demokratychne Ob’iednannia Buvshykh Politychno Represovvanykh Ukraintsiv z-pid Sovietiv (DOBRUS) (The Democratic Organization of Ukrainians Fomerly Persecuted by the Soviet Government), New York, NY, 1950, 1952, 1958
FOLDER 19. Foreign Language Information Services, Inc., Read Lewis, 1937
FOLDER 20. The Freedom School, Inc., Colorado Springs, CO, 1957
FOLDER 21. Harvard Center for Ukrainian Studies, Cambridge, MA, Correspondence, 1967-1974
BOX 101.
FOLDER 1. Harvard Center for Ukrainian Studies – Council of Academic Advisors, Minutes, Cambridge, MA, 1968-1974
FOLDER 2. Harvard Center for Ukrainian Studies –Circulars, Newsletters, Newsclippings, Cambridge, MA, 1968-1971
FOLDER 3. Harvard Ukrainian Studies – Summer School, Cambridge, MA, 1970-1974
FOLDER 4. Harvard Ukrainian Studies Chair Fund, Inc., Cambridge, MA, - Correspondence, 1965–1976
FOLDER 5. Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute
FOLDER 6. Irish American Cultural Institute, St. Paul, MN, 1968–1972
FOLDER 7. League of Americans of Ukrainian Descent, Chicago, IL, 1957–1960
FOLDER 8. The Lemko Research Foundation Inc., New York, NY, 1977
FOLDER 9. Manor Junior College, Jenkintown, PA, 1961, 1974
FOLDER 10. Minnesota Project on Ethnic America, 1969–1976
FOLDER 11. Minnesota Project on Ethnic America – Publications, 1969–
FOLDER 12. National Committee for a Free Europe, New York, NY, 1951
FOLDER 13. National Coordination Assembly on Ethnic Studies, Washington, D.C., 1972
FOLDER 14. Ob’iednannia Ukrains’kykh Lisnykiv I Derevnykiv (OBULID) (United Ukrainian Foresters and Woodcutters), Philadelphia, PA, 1958
FOLDER 15. Office of Strategic Services (OSS), Washington, D.C., 1943
FOLDER 16. Organization for Defense of Lemkivshchyna, New York, NY, 1971
FOLDER 17. “Providence” Association of Ukrainian Catholics, Philadelphia, PA, 1962-1969
BOX 102.
FOLDER 1. Research Society for Ukrainian Terminology, New York, 1971-1974
FOLDER 2. St. Andrew’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Downers Grove, IL, 1973
FOLDER 3. St. Andrew’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Washington, D.C., 1958
FOLDER 4. St. Mary’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Chester, PA, 1964
FOLDER 5. St. Volodymyr Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Philadelphia, PA, 1938
FOLDER 6. Sts. Peter and Paul Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Chicago, IL, 1956-1962
FOLDER 7. Shevchenko Memorial Committee of America, Inc., New York, Constitution and By-Laws, 1961-1962
FOLDER 8. Shevchenko Memorial Committee of America, Inc., New York, NY, Correspondence, 1962–1965, 1970
FOLDER 9. Shevchenko Memorial Committee of America, Inc., New York, NY, Meetings, 1962-1965
FOLDER 10. Shevchenko Memorial Committee of America, Inc., New York, NY, Financial Reports, 1962-1964
FOLDER 11. Shevchenko Memorial Committee of America, Inc., New York, NY, Dedication and Groundbreaking Ceremonies, etc., 1963-1965
FOLDER 12. Shevchenko Memorial Committee of America, Inc., New York, NY, Obizhnyi Lyst (Circular letter), 1961–1965
FOLDER 13. Shevchenko Memorial Committee of America, Inc., New York, NY, Miscellaneous
BOX 103.
FOLDER 1. Shevchenko Scientific Society (NTSh), New York, NY, Statute and By-Laws, 1950-1968
FOLDER 2. Shevchenko Scientific Society (NTSh), New York, NY, Correspondence, 1948–1976
FOLDER 3. Shevchenko Scientific Society (NTSh), New York, NY, Meetings, 1954–1975
FOLDER 4. Shevchenko Scientific Society (NTSh), New York, NY, Financial Reports, etc., 1950?-1973
FOLDER 5. Shevchenko Scientific Society (NTSh), New York, NY, Events, 1953-1976
FOLDER 6. Shevchenko Scientific Society (NTSh), New York, NY, Form Letters, 1952-1976
FOLDER 7. Shevchenko Scientific Society (NTSh), New York, NY, Publications
BOX 104.
FOLDER 1. Society for Furthurance of Ukrainian Grand Opera and Symphonic Music in America, Ramey, PA, 1944
FOLDER 2. Soiuz Ukrains’kykh Students’kykh Tovarystv Ameryky (SUSTA) (Federation of Ukrainian Student Organizations of America, Inc., New York, NY, 1954–1975
FOLDER 3. Soiuz Veteraniv Ukrains’koho Rezystansu (Ukrainian Resistance Veterans Association), Yonkers, NY, 1967
FOLDER 4. T-vo Okhorony I Rozvoiu Ukrains’koho Mystetstva, New York (?), NY, n.d.
FOLDER 5. T-vo Prykhyl’nykiv Ukrains’koho Vil’noho Universytetu v ZDA (Society of Friends of the Ukrainian Free University in the USA), Irvington, NJ, 1956
FOLDER 6. T-vo Ukrains’koi Studiiuiuchi Molodi im. Mikhnovs’koho (TUSM) (Ukrainian Student Organization of Michnowksy), New York, NY, 1972-1973
FOLDER 7. Ukrainian Academic Society, Chicago, 1955
FOLDER 8. Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the U.S., Inc. (UVAN), New York, NY, Constitution and By-Laws, n.d.
FOLDER 9. Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the U.S., Inc., (UVAN), New York, NY, Correspondence, 1936-1962
FOLDER 10. Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the U.S., Inc., (UVAN), New York, NY, Correspondence, 1963-1975
FOLDER 11. Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the U.S. Inc., (UVAN), New York, NY, Meetings, 1950–1956
FOLDER 12. Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the U.S. Inc., (UVAN), New York, NY, Meetings, 1957-1976
BOX 105.
FOLDER 1. Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the U.S., Inc., (UVAN), New York, NY, Minutes, 1951, 1952, 1960, 1972
FOLDER 2. Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the U.S., Inc., (UVAN), New York, NY, Membership Declarations, 1951-1971
FOLDER 3. Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the U.S., Inc., (UVAN), New York, NY, Events, 1950-1976
FOLDER 4. Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the U.S., Inc., (UVAN), New York, NY, The Annals, Correspondence, etc., 1951-1973
FOLDER 5. Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the U.S., Inc., (UVAN), New York, NY, Apeal Letters, etc., 1950-1969
FOLDER 6. Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the U.S., Inc., (UVAN), New York, NY, Miscellaneous, 1954-1971 (1 photo)
FOLDER 7. Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the U.S., Inc., (UVAN), Detroit Branch, 1952
FOLDER 8. Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the U.S., Inc., (UVAN), New York, NY, West-American Branch, Denver, CO, 1955-1969
FOLDER 9. Ukrainian Academy of Sciences of America, Chicago, IL, 1952-1954
FOLDER 10. Ukrainian American Association of University Professors, Constitution, 1961
FOLDER 11. Ukrainian American Association of University Professors, Correspondence, etc., 1961-1976
FOLDER 12. Ukrainian American Association of University Professors, Obizhnyi Lyst (Circular Letter), 1963-1970
FOLDER 13. Ukrainian American Association of University Professors, Visti (News), 1974-1975
FOLDER 14. Ukrainian American Citizens’ League, The, Newark, NJ, 1945
BOX 106.
FOLDER 1. Ukrainian American Cultural Association of Oregon, Inc. – Correspondence, 1973-1976
FOLDER 2. Ukrainian Academic Society, Washington, D.C., Correspondence, 1939
FOLDER 3. Ukrainian American Veterans, New York, NY, 1956
FOLDER 4. Ukrainian Athletic Association Chornomorska Sitch, Inc., Newark, NJ, Correspondence, 1939-1940
FOLDER 5. Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus, Detroit, MI, Correspondence, 1949–1974
FOLDER 6. Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus, Detroit, MI, News clippings, 1950-1953
FOLDER 7. Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus, Detroit, MI, Photographs (11); Postcards (4)
FOLDER 8. Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus (Friends of the), Deteroit, MI, By-Laws, 1954
FOLDER 9. Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus (Friends of the), Deteroit, MI, Correspondence, 1953-1966
FOLDER 10. Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus (Friends of the), Deteroit, MI, Promotional Materials, 1955–1965
FOLDER 11. Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus (Friends of the), Deteroit, MI, Newsletters, 1955-1965
FOLDER 12. Ukrainian Computer Group, New York, NY, 1968
FOLDER 13. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, New York, NY, Constitution and By-Laws, etc., 1940-1972
FOLDER 14. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, New York, NY, Correspondence, 1944-1959
BOX 107.
FOLDER 1. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, New York, NY, Correspondence, 1960-1976
FOLDER 2. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, New York, NY, Lev E. Dobrainsky – Addresses, etc., 1951-1954, 1965
FOLDER 3. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, New York, NY, Minutes, 1946-1966
FOLDER 4. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, New York, NY, Meetings (Invitations and Agendas), 1943-1972
FOLDER 5. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, New York, NY, Annual and Semi-Annual Reports, 1947-1962
FOLDER 6. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, New York, NY, Financial Reports (Ukrainian National Fund), 1949-1975
BOX 108.
FOLDER 1. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, New York, NY, Letters of Appeal, etc., 1940-1975
FOLDER 2. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, New York, NY, Resolutions, 1940, 1951-1956
FOLDER 3. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, New York, NY, Declarations, 1966-1967
FOLDER 4. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, New York, NY, Memorandums, 1940-1946, 1953, 1970
FOLDER 5. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, New York, NY, Congresses: 1st-11th, 1940-1972
FOLDER 6. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, New York, NY, Congressional Records, etc., 1952-1962
BOX 109.
FOLDER 1. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, New York, Anniversary – 20th, 25th, 1960, 1965
FOLDER 2. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, New York, NY, Events, 1944-1976
FOLDER 3. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, New York, NY, Press/News Releases, 1945, 1951-1962
FOLDER 4. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, New York, NY, Obizhnyk (Circular), Politychna Rada (Political Council), 1962
FOLDER 5. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, New York, NY, Obizhnyi Lyst (Circular Letter), 1950-1953
FOLDER 6. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, New York, NY, Obizhnyi Lyst (Circular Letter), 1954-1956
FOLDER 7. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, New York, NY, Obizhnyi Lyst (Circular Letter), 1957-1970
BOX 110.
FOLDER 1. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, New York, NY, Miscellaneous Newsletters
FOLDER 2. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, New York, NY, Shkilna Rada (School Council), 1958, 1966
FOLDER 3. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, New York, NY, News clippings, 1952-1953
FOLDER 4. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, New York, NY, Notes
FOLDER 5. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, New York, NY, Notes
FOLDER 6. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, New York, NY, Photos and Certificate of Recognition (See Oversize #13), 1963, 1970
FOLDER 7. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, Colorado – Denver Branch, 1958
FOLDER 8. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, Michigan – Detroit Branch, 1959, 1970-1972
FOLDER 9. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, New Jersey Branch, 1954
FOLDER 10. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, New York – Rochester Branch, 1952-1966
FOLDER 11. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, North Dakota Branch, 1957-1969
FOLDER 12. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, Philadelphia Branch, 1967, 1976
FOLDER 13. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, Wisconsin – Milwaukee Branch,
FOLDER 14. Ukrainian Cultural Center, PA, 1938
FOLDER 15. Ukrainian Cultural Garden, Cleveland, OH, 1940
FOLDER 16. Ukrainian Engineers’ Society of America, Inc., New York, NY, 1952–1974
BOX 111.
FOLDER 1. Ukrainian Federation of Michigan, 1948
FOLDER 2. Ukrainian Genealogical and Heraldic Society, Miami, FL, 1964
FOLDER 3. Ukrainian Historical Association, Bowling Green, OH, 1968
FOLDER 4. Ukrainian Initiative Committee (Ukrains’kyi Initsiiatyvnyi Komitet), Philadelphia, PA, 1969
FOLDER 5. Ukrainian Institute of America, Inc., New York, NY, 1966, 1971-1974
FOLDER 6. Ukrainian Librarians’ Association of America, 1974
FOLDER 7. Ukrainian Library Society of California, 1945–1946
FOLDER 8. Ukrainian Literary Fund, Chicago, IL, 1966
FOLDER 9. Ukrainian Literature and Arts Club, Detroit, MI, 1955-1956
FOLDER 10. Ukrainian Melody Hour, Chicago, IL, 1967
FOLDER 11. Ukrainian Museum, New York, NY, 1972
FOLDER 12. Ukrainian National Association, Jersey City, NJ, 1936-1975 (See also AV/ Portfolio XIII)
FOLDER 13. Ukrainian National Association, Jersey City, NJ, n.d.
FOLDER 14. Ukrainian National Committee of the United States, Inc., 1914–1922
FOLDER 15. Ukrainian National Museum and Library, Chicago, IL, 1962-1971
FOLDER 16. Ukrainian National Museum and Library, Ontario, CA, 1957–1958 (13 photos)
FOLDER 17. Ukrainian National Women’s League of American, Inc., Detroit Regional Council, 1969
FOLDER 18. Ukrainian National Women’s League of American, Inc., 1955–1969
FOLDER 19. Ukrainian Olympic Committee, Washington, D.C. 1956-1957
BOX 112.
FOLDER 1. Ukrainian Orthodox Church in the U.S.A., Philadelphia, PA, South Bound Brook, NJ, 1938–1973
FOLDER 2. Ukrainian Orthodox League of the U.S.A., n.d.
FOLDER 3. Ukrainian Orthodox Society of Petro Mohyla, South Bound Brook, NJ, 1970-1971
FOLDER 4. Ukrainian Professional Association of America, Correspondence, 1934-1939
FOLDER 5. Ukrainian Professional Society, Detroit, MI, 1950
FOLDER 6. Ukrainian Professional Society of North America, 1958–1960
FOLDER 7. Ukrainian Research and Information Institute, Chicago, IL, 1969-1970
FOLDER 8. Ukrainian Research Foundation, Inc., Colorado, 1975
FOLDER 9. Ukrainian Scientific Historical Library, Scranton, PA, 1964
FOLDER 10. Ukrainian Scientific Institute in America, Inc, (Ukrains’kyi Naukovyi Instytut v Amerytsi), Constitution and By-Laws, 1938? St. Paul, MN,
FOLDER 11. Ukrainian Scientific Institute in America, Inc, (Ukrains’kyi Naukovyi Instytut v Amerytsi), St. Paul, MN, Correspondence, 1938-1948 (postcard photos)
FOLDER 12. Ukrainian Scientific Institute in America, Inc, (Ukrains’kyi Naukovyi Instytut v Amerytsi), St. Paul, MN, Miscellaneous
FOLDER 13. Ukrainian Scientific Institute in New York, Constitution, etc. 1938, 1942
FOLDER 14. Ukrainian Student Community of Baltimore, MN, 1959
FOLDER 15. Ukrainian Student Loan and Scholarship Fund, New York, NY, 1952-1954
FOLDER 16. Ukrainian Students’ Club of Wayne State University, MI, 1974
FOLDER 17. Ukrainian Technical Husbandry Institute Association, Inc. NewYork, NY, 1953
BOX 113.
FOLDER 1. Ukrainian Technical Institute in New York, NY, 1953-1971
FOLDER 2. Ukrainian Theatrical Company of New Yorl, 1930?
FOLDER 3. Ukrainian University Society, New York, NY, 1935
FOLDER 4. Ukrainian Veteranary Medical Association, Chicago, IL, 1950, 1967
FOLDER 5. Ukrainian War Veterans Association in the U.S.A., Chicago Branch, 1966
FOLDER 6. Ukrainian Women’s Community of Astoria, Long Island, NY, 1937
FOLDER 7. Ukrainian Workingmen’s Association, Glen Spey, NY, n.d.
FOLDER 8. Ukrainian World Committee for Sport Affairs, Washington, D.C., 1956-1967
FOLDER 9. Ukrainian Writers’ Association in Exile “SLOVO”, New York, NY, 1959-1975
FOLDER 10. Ukrainian Youth League of North America, Inc., 1935-1966
FOLDER 11. Ukrainians in Denver, CO, 1958
FOLDER 12. Ukrains’kyi Bibliohrafichno-Dovidkovyi Tsenter v Niu-Iorku (Ukrainian Bibliographic Research Center in New York), n.d.
FOLDER 13. United Hetman Organization (Soiuz Hetmantsiv Derzhavnykiv), Chicago, IL, 1940
FOLDER 14. United Ukrainian Organizations of America (“Obyedannye”), New York, NY, 1938-1938
FOLDER 15. United Ukrainian Workers of the United States, New York, NY, 1940
FOLDER 16. Voice of America. United States Information Agency, Washington, D.C., 1957
FOLDER 17. YMCA, Detroit, MI, 1969
FOLDER 18. Volhynian Bibliograpic Center, Bloomington, IN, 1968-1975
FOLDER 19. Volhynian Bibliograpic Center, Bloomington, IN, Zvidomlennia (Notification), 1970-1975
FOLDER 20. World Affairs (American Peace Society), Washington, D.C., 1940
FOLDER 21. World Congress of Free Ukrainians, Statute, 1973
FOLDER 22. World Congress of Free Ukrainians, Correspondence, 1967–1974
FOLDER 23. World Congress of Free Ukrainians, Speeches, 1973
FOLDER 24. World Congress of Free Ukrainians, Reports, etc. 1973
FOLDER 25. World Congress of Free Ukrainians, Resolutions, Ukrainian Dissidents, etc.1967-1973
World Congress, Convention, 2nd - Poster, Toronto, Ont., (See Oversize No. 2)
BOX 114.
FOLDER 1. World Congress of Free Ukrainians, Ukrainian Dissidents, 1967
FOLDER 2. World Congress of Free Ukrainians – 1st and 2nd Congresses – Programs, 1967, 1973
FOLDER 3. World Congress of Free Ukrainians, Misc., 1967-1975
FOLDER 4. World Federation of Ukrainian Women’s Organizations, Buffalo, NY,
FOLDER 5. World Federation of Ukrainian Women’s Organizations, Philadelphia, PA, 1953-1962
FOLDER 6. Youth of American Ukrainians, St. Louis, MO, 1936
FOLDER 7. Miscellaneous Organizations, Institutions, etc., A-Y
FOLDER 8. Community Events, 1914, 1935, 1945-1963
SUBSERIES 3. Correspondence with organizations in Czechoslovakia (Box 114)
BOX 114.
FOLDER 9. Muzei Vyzvol’noi Borot’by Ukrainy (Museum of Ukraine’s Struggle for Independence), Prague, 1934
FOLDER 10. T-vo Prykhyl’nykiv Ukrains’koi Hospodars’koi Akademii (Friends of the Ukrainian Technical Husbandry Academy), Poděbrady, 1932-1939
FOLDER 11. Ukrains’ka Hospodars’ka Akademiia (Ukrainian Husbandry Academy), Poděbrady, 1933-1934
FOLDER 12. Ukrains’kyi tekhnichno-Hospodars’kyi Instytut (UTHI) (Ukrainian Technical-Husbandry Institute), Pozaochnoho Navchannia (Correspondent courses), Poděbrady, 1934, 1939
SUBSERIES 4. Correspondence with organizations in Great Britain (Box 114)
BOX 114.
FOLDER 13. Association of Ukrainians in great Britain, Ltd., London, 1949-1952
FOLDER 14. Federation of Ukrainians in Great Britain, Ltd., 1967, 1969
FOLDER 15. Ukrainian Bureau in London, 1938
SUBSERIES 5. Correspondence with organizations in France (Boxes 114-115)
BOX 114.
FOLDER 16. Academe Ineternationale Libre Des Sciences et Des Lettres, Paris, 1953-1967
FOLDER 17. Alliance Nationale Ukrainienne En France, Paris, 1950-1956
FOLDER 18. Association Des Ingeneurs En France, Paris, 1931
FOLDER 19. Association Ukrainienne an Grand Duche de Luxembourg, Luxenbourg, 1967
FOLDER 20. Biblitheque Ukrainienne Simon Petlura, Parais, 1965, 1975
FOLDER 21. Central Emigré Union of Ukrainian Students (CESUS), Paris, 1939
BOX 115.
FOLDER 1. Committee of Liberal Exiles, Deauville, 1949
FOLDER 2. Komisiis Dopomohy Ukrains’komu Studentstvu (KoDUS) (Ukrainian Students’ Aid Association), Sarcelles, 1956
FOLDER 3. Komitet Budovy Khramu UAPTs v Paryzhi (Committee to Build the UAPTs Church in Paris), 1956
FOLDER 4. Mizhnarodna Vil’na Akademiia Nauk i Pys’menstva u Paryzhi (International Free Academy of Sciences and Letters in Paris), Paris, 1956
FOLDER 5. Ob’iednannia Ukrains’kykh Robitnykiv u Frantsii (Association of Ukrainian Workers in France), Paris, 1947
FOLDER 6. Service D’Informations Ukrainienne, Paris, 1939
FOLDER 7. Societé Scientifique Ševćenko (Naukove T-vo im.T. Shevchenka – NTSh), Sarcelles, 1953-1967
FOLDER 8. T-vo Buvshykh Voiakiv Armii UNR u Frantsii (Society of Former Combatants of the Army of the Ukrainian National Republic in France), Paris, [n.d.]
FOLDER 9. Ukrains’kyi Narodnyi Soiuz u Frantsii (Union Nationale Ukrainienne En France), Pris, 1937, 1947-1948
FOLDER 10. Community Events, 1956, 1964
SUBSERIES 6. Correspondence with organizations in Germany (Boxes 115-116)
BOX 115.
FOLDER 11. The Centrale Committee for the Commemoration of the 30th Anniversary of S. Petliura’s Death, Munich, 1956
FOLDER 12. Central Coordinating Committee of Ukrainian Organizations in Europe, Munich, 1969
FOLDER 13. Tsentral’ne Predstavnytstvo Ukrains’koi Emigratsii v Nimechchyni (TsPUEN) (Central Representation of Ukrainian Emigration in Germany-CRUEG), Munich, 1953
FOLDER 14. Fundatsiia dlia Doslidiv Zhyttia i Diial’nist Polk. Evhena Konoval’tsia (Research Foun dation on the Life and Activities of Col. Evhen Konovalets), Munich, 1962-1966, 1974
FOLDER 15. Institute for the Study of the USSR, Munich, 1964
FOLDER 16. “Komitet Za Vozvrashchenie na Rodinu” (Committee for the Return to the Motherland), Berlin, 1956-1957
FOLDER 17. Shechenko Scientific Society (Naukove T-vo im. T. Shevchenka-NTSh), Munich, 1950-1952
FOLDER 18. Obiednannia Ukrains’kykh Zhinok na Emihratsii (Association of Ukrainian Emigrant Women), Munich, 1947
FOLDER 19. Pozychky Vyzvolennia Ukrainy (Loans to Free Ukraine), Augsburg, 1951
FOLDER 20. T-vo Ridna Shkola (Native School Society), Munich, 1972
FOLDER 21. T-vo Prykhyl’nykiv Ukrains’koi Hospodars’koi Akademii (TPUHA) (Society of Friends of the Ukrainian Technical Husbandry University), Regensburg, 1949
FOLDER 22. Soiz Ukrains’kykh Veteraniv (Ukrainian Veteran’s Association), Munich, 1948-1949
FOLDER 23. Spilka Vyzvolennia Ukrainy (SVU) (Union for the Liberation of Ukraine), Munich, 1953
FOLDER 24. Tsentral’nyi Soiuz Ukrains’koho Studentstva (SUSTA) (Central Union of Ukrainian Students), Munich, 1956
FOLDER 25. Ukrains’ka Pravoslavna Avtokefal’n (Sobornopravna) Tserkva (Ukrainian Orthodox Autocephalous Church), Munich, 19147-1951
FOLDER 26. Ukrains’ke T-vo Zakordonnykh Studii (Ukrainian Society for Beyond the Borders Studies), Munich, 1964-1965
FOLDER 27. Ukrainian Free Academy of Arts and Sciences Ukrains’ka Vil’na Akadeiia Nauk – UVAN), Munich, 1948-1950
FOLDER 28. Ukrains’kyi Tekhnichno-Hospodars’kyi Instytut (UTHI) (Ukrainian Technical Husbandry Institute), Regensburg-Munich, 1945-1976
BOX 116.
FOLDER 1. Ukrains’kyi Vil’nyi Universystet (UVU) (Ukrainian Free University), Correspondence, Munich, 1948-1976
FOLDER 2. Ukrains’kyi Vil’nyi Universystet (UVU) (Ukrainian Free University), Financial Records, 1971-1972
FOLDER 3. Soiuz Zemel’ Sobornoi Ukrainy (Union of Lands of the United Ukraine), Aschaffenburg, 1948
FOLDER 4. Community Events, Germany, 1946-1956
SUBSERIES 7. Correspondence with organizations in Ukraine (Boxes 116)
BOX 116.
FOLDER 5. Ridna Shkola – Ukrains’ke Pedagogichne T-vo (Native School – Ukrainian Pedagogical Society), Lviv, 1936
FOLDER 6. Ukrains’ke T-vo Dopomohy Invalidam (Ukrainian Invalids Help Association)
SUBSERIES 8. Conferences and conventions (Box 116)
Contained in Sub-series 8 is Granovsky's correspondence regarding attendance at many conferences (box 116). The most important conference Granovsky attended was the United Nations Conference in San Francisco in 1945. He was selected by the Ukrainian American Congress Committee of America to represent the interests of the Ukrainian American community in the fate of Ukraine (box 116).
BOX 116.
FOLDER 7. Conference of Ukrainian Student Associations of America, New York, NY, 1st, 1953
FOLDER 8. Congress of Entymologists, Montreal, Quebec, 1956
FOLDER 9. Convention of Lviv University Alumni, New York, NY, 1956
FOLDER 10. First National Conference on Canadian Slavs, 1965
FOLDER 11. Pan American Ukrainian Conference, Correspondence and Reports, New York, 1950–1956
FOLDER 12. Ukrainian National Republic – Paris Peace Conference, 1919
FOLDER 13. United Nations Conference, Correspondence, San Francisco, 1945–1947
FOLDER 14. United Nations Conference, Reports, etc., San Francisco, 1945
FOLDER 15. United Nations Conference, Newspapers clippings, San Francisco, 1945
FOLDER 16. United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), National Conference, 5th, 1955
FOLDER 17. United Ukrainian Pedagogues in Canada, Conference, 3rd, 1960
SUBSERIES 9. American politics
Granovsky was a staunch Republican and was involved and interested in presidential elections and American politics. Correspondence, flyers, newsletters, etc., of the Republican National Committee and the American-Ukrainian Republican Council in Minneapolis, Minnesota (box 117) and other organizations are contained in sub-series 9.
BOX 117.
FOLDER 1. American Nationalities for Nixon-Lodge, Washington, D.C., 1960–1964
FOLDER 2. American-Ukrainian Repulican Council, Minneapolis, MN, 1951-1965
FOLDER 3. Democratic Party, 1937, 1952-1973
FOLDER 4. Nationalities Volunteer Committee for Dwight D. Eisenhower…Minneapolis, MN, 1956
FOLDER 5. Republican National Committee, etc., – Correspondence, 1952–1956
FOLDER 6. Republican National Committee, etc., – Form letters, flyers, newsletters, etc., 1958-1968
FOLDER 7. Republican National Committee, etc., – Form letters, flyers, newsletters, etc., 1968-1976
FOLDER 8. Republican State Committee – Ukrainian Section, New York, NY, ca.1940s
FOLDER 9. T-vo Ukrains’ko-Amerykans’koi Molodi dlia Pidtrymky Nyksona (Ukrainian-American Association in Support of Nixon), Chicago?, [n.d.]
FOLDER 10. Ukrainian American Republican Ass’n of the State of New Jersey, Inc., 1975
SUBSERIES 10. Publishers in Canada
BOX 118.
FOLDER 1. Ukrainian Press in Canada, 1965
FOLDER 2. Arka, Toronto, Ont., 1953-1956, 1973
FOLDER 3. Dobra Knyzhka (The Good book), Toronto, Ont., 1955
FOLDER 4. Doroha Pravdy (Path of Truth), Winnipeg, Man., 1955
FOLDER 5. Gateway Publishers, Ltd., Edmonton, Alta., 1961?
FOLDER 6. Homin Ukrainy (Ukrainian Echo), Toronto, Ont., 1959
FOLDER 7. Khrystyians’kyi Visnyk (Christian Herald), Winnipeg, Man., 1955-1961
FOLDER 8. My i Svit (We and the World), Toronto, Ont., n.d.
FOLDER 9. Nashym Ditiam (For Our Children) – OPLDM (Association of Alumni Writers for Children), Toronto, Ont., 1969-1974
FOLDER 10. Nowi Dni (New Days), (Petro Volynia, ed.), Toronto, Ont., 1955-1973
FOLDER 11. Novyi Litopys (The New Chronicle), Winnipeg, Man., 1961-1962
FOLDER 12. Opinion, (Ukrainian Canadian Veteran’s Association), Winnipeg, Man., 1949
FOLDER 13. Robochyj Narod (The Working People), Winnipeg, Man., 1913
FOLDER 14. Svitlo, Mundare, Alta., 1946
FOLDER 15. Sydor Saranchuk, Toronto, Ont., 1953-1964
FOLDER 16. Toronto Daily Star, Toronto, Ont., 1963
FOLDER 17. Trident Press Ltd., Winnipeg, Man., 1967
FOLDER 18. Ukrainian Book Club Ltd., Winnipeg, Man., 1950, 1954
FOLDER 19. The Ukrainian Business Directory, Winnipeg, Man., 1945-1954
FOLDER 20. Ukrainian Canadian Bookstore, Edmonton, Alta., 1976
FOLDER 21. Ukrainian Free Academy (UVAN), Winnipieg, Man., 1949, 1950, 1961
FOLDER 22. Ukrains’ki Dni (Ukrainian Days), Toronto, Ont., 1976
FOLDER 23. Ukrains’ki Visti (Ukrainian News), Edmonton, Alta., 1965, 1967
FOLDER 24. Ukrains’kyi Holos (Ukrainian Voice), Winnipeg, Man., 1936, 1958-1967, 1976
FOLDER 25. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, Ont., 1963
FOLDER 26. Vil’ne Slovo (The Free Word), Toronto, Ont., 1959-1976
FOLDER 27. Yevshan Zillia, Toronto, Ont., 1972-1975
FOLDER 28. Zhinochyi Svit (Woman’s World), Winnipeg, Man., 1947-1966
FOLDER 29. Publishers – Canada – Miscellaneous
SUBSERIES 11. Publishers in the United States
BOX 118.
FOLDER 30. American Press – Letters to Mr. Drew Pearson and Mr. Robert Allen, 1939–
FOLDER 31. Ameryka, (Providence Ass’n), Philadelphia, PA, 1946, 1948, 1961, 1966
FOLDER 32. Carpathian Star Publishing Co., New York, NY, 1953-1955
FOLDER 33. Cataract Press, Milwaukee, WI, 1972
FOLDER 34. Chervona Kalyna, New York, NY, 1967
FOLDER 35. Forum (Ukrainian Workingmen’s Association), Scranton, PA, 1969, 1972
FOLDER 36. Gregory Lounz, New York, NY, 1952-1953
FOLDER 37. Hear Ukraine Sing, Inc., New York, NY, 1944
FOLDER 38. Holos Lemkivshchyny (Lemko Voice), Yonkers, NY, 1971-1974
FOLDER 39. Horizons (Horyzonty), New York, NY, 1956-1957
BOX 119.
FOLDER 1. Howerla, New York, NY, 1959-1979
FOLDER 2. Hutsuliya, Chicago, IL, 1967-1974
FOLDER 3. Karpats’kyi Holos (Carpathian Voice), Philadelphia, PA, 1958
FOLDER 4. (V-vo) “Kliuchi” (the Keys), Cranford, NJ, Philadelphia, PA [n.d.]
FOLDER 5. Knyho-Spilka Publishing Co., New York, NY, 1953-1954
FOLDER 6. “Krynycia” Publisher, New York, NY, 1963, 1967
FOLDER 7. Kyrza (Crisis), New York City, NY, 1971
FOLDER 8. Kyiv Publishing, Philadelphia, PA, 1962-1963
FOLDER 9. Lerner Publications Company, Minneapolis, MN, 1968, 1972
FOLDER 10. Molode Zhyttia (Young Life), New York, NY, 1966
FOLDER 11. Mykola Denysiuk Publishing and Printing Co. (OVYD - Horizon), Chicago, IL, 1958-1969
FOLDER 12. Narodna Volya (People’s Will) (Ukrainian Workingmen’s Ass’n), Scranton, PA, 1949-1964
FOLDER 13. Nasha Batkiwschyna (Our Fatherland), New York, NY, 1966
FOLDER 14. Prolog – Research and Publishing Association, New York, NY, 1963-1966
FOLDER 15. Prometei (Prometheous) – Printing and Publishing Ass’n, Detroit, MI, 1955-1962
FOLDER 16. Smoloskyp (The Torch), Baltimore, MD, 1967-1975
FOLDER 17. Surma Book and Music Company, New York, NY, 1935, 1952, 1968
FOLDER 18. Svoboda (Liberty) (Ukrainian National Association), Jersey City, NJ, 1913-1973
FOLDER 19. Svoboda Bookstore, Jersey City, NJ, 1961-1964
BOX 120.
FOLDER 1. Ukrainian Academic Press, Littleton, CO, 1972
FOLDER 2. Ukrainian-American Publishing and Printing Co. Inc., Chicago, IL, 1967, 1973
FOLDER 3. Ukrainian Book Project, New York, NY, 1954-1955
FOLDER 4. Ukrainian Press and Book Company, Jersey City, NJ, 1940
FOLDER 5. Ukrainian Printing and Publishing Co., New York, NY, 1941
FOLDER 6. Ukrainian Publishing (Yaroslav Pastushenko), New York, NY [n.d.]
FOLDER 7. The Ukrainian Quarterly (Ukrainian Congress Committee of American), New York, NY, 1945-1952
FOLDER 8. Ukrainian Trend (formerly Trend) (Ukrainian Youth League of North America), New York, NY (Newark, NJ), 1969
FOLDER 9. The Ukrainian Weekly (Ukrainian National Association), Jersey City, NJ, 1956, 1963
FOLDER 10. Veselka (The Rainbow) (Ukrainian National Association), Jeresey City, NJ n.d
FOLDER 11. Victor Kamkin Bookstore, New York, NY, 1964, 1973
FOLDER 12. Visti (V-vo Ukrains’koi Muzyky) (Herald – Ukrainian Music Publisher), Twin-Cities, MN, 1964-1970
FOLDER 13. Vil’na Ukraina (Independent Ukraine), New York, NY, 1967
FOLDER 14. Sava Zerkal, Brooklyn, NY, 1958, 1964
FOLDER 15. Ukrainian Publishers, etc. A-Z
FOLDER 16. Non-Ukrainian Publishing Houses, etc.,
SUBSERIES 12. Publishers in Europe
BOX 120.
FOLDER 17. Tryzub (The Trident), Brussels, Belgium
FOLDER 18. Ukrainian Publishers, etc., Czechoslovakia, n.d.
FOLDER 19. Boris Kaplinski, Paris, France, 1966
FOLDER 20. Hromada (Community) (S. Sozontsov Bookstore), Paris, France, ca.1949
FOLDER 21. Librarie Chmeljuk, Paris, France, n.d.
FOLDER 22. Premiere Imprimene Ukrainienne En France, Paris, France, 1947-1950
FOLDER 23. L’Ukraine Unie, Paris, France, 1953
FOLDER 24. Ukrains’ke Slovo (La Parole Ukrainienne) (Ukrainian Word), Paris, France, 1949, 1966-67, 1973
BOX 121.
FOLDER 1. Ukrainian Publishers, etc., Germany, 1938-1969
FOLDER 2. Biuleten’ Blahovisnytstva i Kraievoi Rady UAPTS v Nimechchyni (Bulletin of Annunciation and Regional Councel of the UAOChurch in Germany), Munich, 1952
FOLDER 3. Dniprowa Chwyla (The Dnipro Wave), Munich, Germany, 1964-1965
FOLDER 4. Informatsiinyi Lystok UAPTs (Informational Leaf of the UAOChurch), Augsburg, Germany, 1948-1949
FOLDER 5. LOGOS, Munich, Germany, 1954
FOLDER 6. Meta (Objective), Munich, Germany, 1976
FOLDER 7. Molode Zhyttia (Young Life), Munich, Germany, 1972
FOLDER 8. Suchasnist’(Contemporary), Munich, Germany, 1964-1970
FOLDER 9. Ukrains’kyi Biuleten’ Informatsii (Ukrainian Information Bulletin), Munich, Germany, 1948
FOLDER 10. Museum of Ukraine’s Struggle for Independence, Zurich, Switzerland, 1959
FOLDER 11. Illiustrovana Ukraina (Illustrated Ukraine), Lviv, Ukraine, 1913
FOLDER 12. Ukrains’ka Holovna Vyzvol’na Rada – Visnyk (Ukrainian Liberation Council – Newsletter), Kyiv-Lviv, Ukraine, 1944-1945
FOLDER 13. Ukrains’ka Khata (Ukrainian House), Kyiv, Ukraine, 1959-1962 (photo samples of covers, 1909-1914)
FOLDER 14. Wistnyk (Newsletter), Lviv, Ukraine, 1938
FOLDER 15. Ukrainian Publishers – Miscellaneous

 


 

SERIES 8. Organization for the Rebirth of the Ukraine (ODWU)

The Orhanizatsiia Demokratychnoho Vidrodshennia Ukrainy (or ODWU, the English acronym for Organization for the Rebirth of Ukraine) was established in the USA in 1931. This organization encompassed a significant part of Granovsky’s life; he was president from 1935 to 1963. This series is divided into thirteen sub-series. Sub-series 1 documents the history (box 122) of ODWU with various anniversaries and speeches made by Granovsky as well as the 20th anniversary of his presidency. Sub-series 2 contains his correspondence with officers of ODWU’s Central Executive Committee (CEC). Granovsky maintained close contacts with these officers. The most extensive and day to day correspondence is with ODWU’s secretaries Volodymyr Mykhailo (boxes 124-125), Volodymyr Riznyk (boxes 125-126) and Evhen Skotsko (box 126). Sub-series 3 contains circular letters (boxes 128-129) which informed ODWU members of the CEC’s activities, directives, etc. ODWU owned a homestead at Lehighton, Pennsylvania, where many ODWU meetings, conferences, and social activities took place. This documentation is located in box 130. Sub-series 4 documents ODWU’s annual and special conventions and conferences (boxes 129-132). There was a lapse of these conventions during World War II and shortly after. Conventions held during 1939-1940 contain material regarding the need to establish an umbrella organization of Ukrainian-American civic associations. The Ukrainian Congress Committee of America was founded at the First Congress of Ukrainian Americans in Washington, D.C., on May 25, 1940. Additional conferences included Canadian affiliate organizations at A Studies Conference, in 1963 (box 132). Granovsky’s speeches at some of ODWU’s conferences and conventions are located in box 132. He maintained extensive correspondence with not only members of ODWU but also with US State Department (as it concerned matters about Ukraine) and also individuals outside of ODWU. This correspondence is contained in sub-series 5 boxes 132-136. Sub-series 6 consists of his correspondence (boxes 136-139) with many Ukrainian and non-Ukrainian organizations and committees. During the Second World War, ODWU was investigated by the Dies Committee (a Special Committee to Investigate Un-American Activities) and the FBI for “perceived pro-Nazi sympathies” after 1939. ODWU was cleared. Material pertaining to this period is located in box 137. Sub-series 7 contains material and correspondence of ODWU’s local Branches located in boxes 139-141). Granovsky founded and was long time president of the local Branch #32 in the Twin Cities in 1933. Its history and activities are located in box140. Sub-series 8 contains notes on ODWU. Here Granovsky noted his thoughts, concerns, and expressions regarding events surrounding ODWU. These are located in boxes 145-146. ODWU’s affiliate organizations and their Branches are located in sub-series 9 and contain correspondence, minutes, reports, etc. These include the women’s auxiliary the Ukrainian Gold Cross (boxes 144-145), ZAREVO (the United Ukrainian Students’ Association) in boxes 145-146, the Ukrainian National Youth Federation of America (UNYFA-MUN) and its Branches (boxes 146-147). The latter organization’s Twin Cities Branch is located in box 145. Sub-series 10 contains material on ODWU’s main publication the magazine Samostiina Ukraina (Independent Ukraine). As president of ODWU, Granovsky maintained steady correspondence with the editors providing guidance and contributing his own articles to the magazine (box 147). Additional publications, for ODWU youth, The Trident and Tri-Trendette, are also found in box 147. Sub-series 11 contains material pertaining to ODWU’s counterpart organization in Canada, Ukrains’ke Natsional’ne Ob’iednannia v Kanadi-UNO (Ukrainian National Federation of Canada -UNF) and its affiliate organizations. The material includes correspondence, minutes, reports, conferences, circulars, notes, and photographs. These are located in boxes 147-150. ODWU maintained close relations with the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists of the Andriy Melnyk faction (OUN-M). This was a political movement dedicated to the establishment of an independent Ukrainian State, with headquarters in Europe, and members in Great Britain, South America and Australia. Material pertaining to this relationship is located in Sub-series 12. Included in this series are correspondence, appeals and resolutions, conventions, circulars, conferences and notes. They are found in boxes 150-153. Of importance is Granovsky’s correspondence with two leaders of OUN-M, Evhen Konovalets (box 151) and Andriy Melnyk (box 152). Sub-series 13 contains a significant collection of photographs of ODWU’s activities, the 25th Anniversary of Granovsky’s presidency of ODWU, conventions (both local and national), ODWU’s affiliate organizations’ activities, and visits by OUN leader Andriy Melnyk to the USA and Canada. These photographs are located in box 154.
SUBSERIES 1. History of ODWU (Box 121)
Sub-series 1 documents the history (box 122) of ODWU with various anniversaries and speeches made by Granovsky as well as the 20th anniversary of his presidency.
BOX 122.
FOLDER 1. ODWU – Charter and Incorporation, 1931, 1935, 1948
FOLDER 2. ODWU – Constitution and By-Laws, 1936-1940, 1956, 1965, n.d.
FOLDER 3. ODWU – Registration, 1938-1946
FOLDER 4. ODWU – History [1965], 1976
FOLDER 5. ODWU – Memoirs (Spomyny) – Notes
FOLDER 6. ODWU – 20th Anniversary of Alexander A. Granovsky’s presidency of ODWU celebration, June 16, 1956
FOLDER 7. ODWU – 25th Anniversary, 1954
FOLDER 8. ODWU – 30th Anniversary, 1959
FOLDER 9. ODWU – 40th Anniversary, 1968-1969
FOLDER 10. Konechni Zavdannia (Requisite Assignments, etc.), 1933, 1946, 1949, 1952
FOLDER 11. ODWU – Officers, 1942-1943
FOLDER 12. ODWU – Member Addresses, 1951
SUBSERIES 2. Correspondence with ODWU officers (Boxes 124-126)
Sub-series 2 contains his correspondence with officers of ODWU’s Central Executive Committee (CEC). Granovsky maintained close contacts with these officers. The most extensive and day to day correspondence is with ODWU’s secretaries Volodymyr Mykhailo (boxes 124-125), Volodymyr Riznyk (boxes 125-126) and Evhen Skotsko (box 126).
BOX 122.
FOLDER 13. Chervetiuk, Volodymyr, 1938-1945
FOLDER 14. Dorozhynsky, Pavlo, 1958-1960
FOLDER 15. Dushnyck, Walter, 1936-1944, 1971, 1974
BOX 123.
FOLDER 1. Gengalo, Petro, 1951-1953
FOLDER 2. Hajvas, Yaroslav, 1950-1973
FOLDER 3. Herman, Hryhory, 1935, 1940-1941, 1954
FOLDER 4. Hnatiuk, Bohdan, 1965-1968, 1971, 1976
FOLDER 5. Ivanyk, Vasyl, 1941-1945
FOLDER 6. Kalba, Gregory, 1941-1948
FOLDER 7. Kharambura, Ivan, 1937-1957
FOLDER 8. Klufas, Roman, 1966-1976
FOLDER 9. Kolodii, Mykhailo, 1963-1964
FOLDER 10. Krychak, Stepan, 1955-1964
FOLDER 11. Kwitkowsky, Denys, 1950-1973
FOLDER 12. Lachowich, Eugene, 1936-1951, 1971
FOLDER 13. Levytsky, Bohdan, 1960-1964
FOLDER 14. Levytsky, L.M., 1947
FOLDER 15. Mushynsksy, M., 1973
BOX 124.
FOLDER 1. Mychalevych, Mykhailo, 1949-1975
FOLDER 2. Mykhailiv, Volodymyr, Jan. 1, 1951-May 8, 1954
FOLDER 3. Mykhailiv, Volodymyr, May 9, 1954-Dec. 16, 1954
FOLDER 4. Mykhailiv, Volodymyr, Jan. 8, 1955-Sept. 26, 1955
FOLDER 5. Mykhailiv, Volodymyr, Oct. 5, 1955-April 12, 1956
FOLDER 6. Mykhailiv, Volodymyr, May 2, 1956-Nov., 12, 1956
BOX 125.
FOLDER 1. Mykhailiv, Volodymyr, June 17, 1957-Aug. 1, 1957
FOLDER 2. Mykhailiv, Volodymyr, Aug. 3, 1957-April 2, 1958
FOLDER 3. Mykhailiv, Volodymyr, April, 10, 1958-Dec. 11, 1964
FOLDER 4. Mykhailiv, Volodymyr, Dec. 23, 1964-Dec. 26, 1973
FOLDER 5. Popowich, William (Wasyl), 1951-1963
FOLDER 6. Riznyk, Volodymyr, June 25, 1937-July 18, 1940
FOLDER 7. Riznyk, Volodymyr, July 19, 1940-Oct. 19, 1949
BOX 126.
FOLDER 1. Riznyk, Volodymyr, Jan. 21, 1953-Dec. 16, 1957
FOLDER 2. Riznyk, Volodymyr, Jan. 15, 1958-Mar. 5, 1974
FOLDER 3. Shekeryk, Andrii, 1955-1963
FOLDER 4. Shemerdiak, Volodymyr, 1947-1950
FOLDER 5. Shemerdiak, Volodymyr, 1951-1952, 1963
FOLDER 6. Shramenko, Roman, 1954, 1963-1969
FOLDER 7. Shuhan, 1959
FOLDER 8. Shveda, John (Ivan), 1937, 1946
FOLDER 9. Skotsko, Evhen, Jan. 3, 1937-Feb. 14, 1947
FOLDER 10. Skotsko, Evhen, Sept. 2, 1950-Jan. 13, 1969
BOX 127.
FOLDER 1. Stsibailo, Vasyl, 1941, 1942
FOLDER 2. Sukhovetskyi, O., 1963
FOLDER 3. Central Executive Committee Meetings and Minutes, 1936-1940
FOLDER 4. Central Executive Committee Minutes, 1942-1952
FOLDER 5. Central Executive Committee Minutes, 1953-1955
FOLDER 6. Central Executive Committee Minutes, 1955-1956
FOLDER 7. Central Executive Committee Minutes, 1957-1965
BOX 128.
FOLDER 1. Central Executive Committee Minutes, 1972-1976
FOLDER 2. ODWU – Directives, Appeals, etc., 1933-1935
FOLDER 3. ODWU – Directives, Appeals, etc., 1935-1968
SUBSERIES 3. Circular letters (Boxes 128-129)
Sub-series 3 contains circular letters (boxes 128-129) which informed ODWU members of the CEC’s activities, directives, etc. ODWU owned a homestead at Lehighton, Pennsylvania, where many ODWU meetings, conferences, and social activities took place. This documentation is located in box 130.
BOX 128.
FOLDER 4. Obizhnyi Lyst (Circular Letter), 1947-1963
FOLDER 5. Obizhnyi Lyst (Circular Letter), 1963-1964
FOLDER 6. Obizhnyi Lyst (Circular Letter), 1964-1974
BOX 129.
FOLDER 1. Obizhnyi Lystok (Circular Leaf) (Ukrains’kyi Vyzvol’nyi Fond/Ukrainian Penny Fund), 1966-1972
FOLDER 2. Obizhnyi Lystok (Circular Leaf) (Ukrains’kyi Vyzvol’nyi Fond/Ukrainian Penny Fund), 1973-1976
FOLDER 3. Obizhnyk (Circular/CEC), 1933-1936
FOLDER 4. Obizhnyk (Circular/CEC), 1937-1954
FOLDER 5. Obizhnyk (Circular/CEC), 1955-1957
FOLDER 6. Obizhnyk (Circular/CEC), 1957-1973
FOLDER 7. Obizhnyk (Circular/Secretariat), 1951
FOLDER 8. Obizhnyk (Circular/Organizational Reporter), 1952
FOLDER 9. Obizhnyk (Circulars/Financial Reporter), 1959
FOLDER 10. Obizhnyk (Circulars/Cultural Section), 1937, 1951-1966
FOLDER 11. Biuleten’ (Bulletin). Orhanizatsii Derzhavnoho Vidrodzhennia Ukrainy (Organization for the Rebirth of Ukraine), 1976
FOLDER 12. Informatsiinyi Biuleten’ (Informational Bulletin), 1953
FOLDER 13. Informatyvnyi Lystok (Informative Leaf), 1968
BOX 130.
FOLDER 1. ODWU – Central Executive – Financial Report, 1937-1964
FOLDER 2. Ukrainian Penny Fund, 1950-1976
FOLDER 3. ODWU – Office of Cultural Activities – Reports, 1952-1956
FOLDER 4. Ukrainian Homestead – Oselia im. Oleha Olzhycha, 1957-1976
FOLDER 5. ODWU – Programs, etc., 1938, 1940, 1950
FOLDER 6. ODWU – Press and Television – Radio, 1962, 1965
FOLDER 7. ODWU – Presova Sluzhba (Press Service), 1952-1953
SUBSERIES 4. ODWU conferences and conventions (Boxes 129-132)
Sub-series 4 documents ODWU’s annual and special conventions and conferences (boxes 129-132). There was a lapse of these conventions during World War II and shortly after. Conventions held during 1939-1940 contain material regarding the need to establish an umbrella organization of Ukrainian-American civic associations. The Ukrainian Congress Committee of America was founded at the First Congress of Ukrainian Americans in Washington, D.C., on May 25, 1940. Additional conferences included Canadian affiliate organizations at A Studies Conference, in 1963 (box 132). Granovsky’s speeches at some of ODWU’s conferences and conventions are located in box 132.
BOX 130.
FOLDER 8. ODWU – Conventions, 1936-1943
FOLDER 9. ODWU – Convention, 4th, 1934
FOLDER 10. ODWU – Convention, 7th, 1937
FOLDER 11. ODWU – Convention, 8th, 1938
FOLDER 12. ODWU – Convention, 9th, 1939
FOLDER 13. ODWU – Convention, 10th, 1940
FOLDER 14. ODWU – Convention, 11th, 1941
FOLDER 15. ODWU – Convention, 12th, 1942
FOLDER 16. ODWU – Convention, 13th, 1943
FOLDER 17. ODWU – Convention, 14th, 1948
FOLDER 18. ODWU – Convention, 15th, 1949
FOLDER 19. ODWU – Convention, 16th, 1950
FOLDER 20. ODWU – Convention, 17th, 1951
BOX 131.
FOLDER 1. ODWU – Convention, 18th, 1953
FOLDER 2. ODWU – Convention, 19th, 1954
FOLDER 3. ODWU – Convention, 20th, 1956
FOLDER 4. ODWU – Special Convention of ODWU and Affiliate Organizations, 1957
FOLDER 5. ODWU – Convention, 21st, 1958
FOLDER 6. ODWU – Convention, 23rd, 1961 (1)
FOLDER 7. ODWU – Convention, 23rd, 1961 (2)
FOLDER 8. ODWU – Convention, 24th, 1962 (Resolutions)
FOLDER 9. ODWU – Convention, 25th, 1963
FOLDER 10. ODWU – Convention, 26th, 1964
FOLDER 11. ODWU – Convention, 27th, 1965
FOLDER 12. ODWU – Convention, 28th, 1966
FOLDER 13. ODWU – Convention, 29th, 1968
FOLDER 14. ODWU – Convention, 30th, 1970
FOLDER 15. ODWU – Convention, 32nd, 1974
FOLDER 16. ODWU – Convention, 33rd, 1976
FOLDER 17. ODWU – Conventions – Notes
FOLDER 18. Konferentsiia Natsionalistychnoi Molodi (Convention of Nationalist Youth), 1953
BOX 132.
FOLDER 1. Studiina Konferentsiia – UNO, ODWU, ZAREVO (A Studies Conference), 1963
FOLDER 2. Konferentsia Orhanizatsiinykh Referentiv Viddiliv ODVU (Conference of Organizational ODWU Branch Reporters), Komunikat (News), 1963
FOLDER 3. Speeches – Alexander A. Granovsky, 1948-1969
SUBSERIES 5. Non-ODWU correspondents (Boxes 132-136)
Granovsky maintained extensive correspondence with not only members of ODWU but also with US State Department (as it concerned matters about Ukraine) and also individuals outside of ODWU. This correspondence is contained in sub-series 5 boxes 132-136.
BOX 132.
FOLDER 4. Avdykovs’kyi, R., 1961
FOLDER 5. Babii, Mykhailo, 1952
FOLDER 6. Bachur, George, 1944, 1969
FOLDER 7. Bak-Boichuk , Teofil, 1957-1962
FOLDER 8. Barlow, Edward L., 1943-1944
FOLDER 9. Baryczko, Wasyl, 1949
FOLDER 10. Bazhansky, Mykhailo, 1955, 1969
FOLDER 11. Beasley, Caroline M., 1944
FOLDER 12. Belendiuk, ?, 1971, 1976
FOLDER 13. Berezivsky, Oleksa, 1937
FOLDER 14. Bihun, Mykola, 1955-1962
FOLDER 15. Bilaniuk, Petro, 1955-1960
FOLDER 16. Biletzky, Dmytro, 1945-1946
FOLDER 17. Bilouos, Anastasia, 1948
FOLDER 18. Bilous, Ivan (Colonel), 1955-1969
FOLDER 19. Bilyi, Stepan, 1956
FOLDER 20. Bobeczko, Mary, 1941
FOLDER 21. Bodnarchuk, P. 1945
FOLDER 22. Bowman, Francis, 1942
FOLDER 23. Brown, Constantine, 1939
FOLDER 24. Buell, Raymond, 1941-1944
FOLDER 25. Campell, F.C., 1943
FOLDER 26. Carmichael, Leonard, 1941
FOLDER 27. Carpin, Mrs. Theodore, 1939, 1967
FOLDER 28. Cherin, Hanna, 1968-1970
FOLDER 29. Coy, Wayne, 1941
FOLDER 30. Crocker, Frank W., 1942
FOLDER 31. Dachyshyn, IUrii, 1955
FOLDER 32. Danyluk, Michael, 1954, 1962
FOLDER 33. Demydchuk, S., 1955 (1 photo)
FOLDER 34. Dmytrenko, Mykhailo, 1964
FOLDER 35. Dobriansky, Lev, 1953, 1959
FOLDER 36. Doodan, Michael, 1938
FOLDER 37. Dovhal, S., 1953
FOLDER 38. Dragan, Antin, 1945, 1952-1962
FOLDER 39. Duranty, Walter, 1943
FOLDER 40. Eisenhower, Dwight D., 1953
FOLDER 41. Elliot, Roland, L. 1974
FOLDER 42. Fedorovczuk, W., 1952
FOLDER 43. Fedorovych, M. 1946
FOLDER 44. Fedyk, P. 1945
FOLDER 45. Fesolovych, M., 1970
FOLDER 46. Fililpovych, Colonel Victor M., 1955
FOLDER 47. Formaniuk, Pavlo, 1956
FOLDER 48. Geletkanych, V., 1959
FOLDER 49. Granovsky, Irene, 1938-1939, 1953
FOLDER 50. Haietskyi, A., 1963
BOX 133.
FOLDER 1. Hasiuk, Bohdan, 1969-1970
FOLDER 2. Havryliuk, Danylo, 1948
FOLDER 3. Haydak, Mykola, 1942
FOLDER 4. Henderson, Loy W., 1939-1957
FOLDER 5. Herman, Albert, 1957
FOLDER 6. Holubenko, P., 1951-1953
FOLDER 7. Hoskins, Harold, 1941-1942
FOLDER 8. Hrytsak, Petro, 1949, 1961
FOLDER 9. Hull, Cordell, 1939-1940
FOLDER 10. Humphrey, Hubert H., 1957-1961
FOLDER 11. Huzar, Liubomyr, 1939-1976
FOLDER 12. Ivaniv, Andrii, 1954-1955, 1962
FOLDER 13. James, Peter, 1938-1939
FOLDER 14. Jaremchuk, Hryhorij, 1954
FOLDER 15. Judd, Walter, 1957-1962
FOLDER 16. Kabb, Maxwell, 1957
FOLDER 17. Kane, Keith, 1941-1942
FOLDER 18. Karpinska, Sofia, 1970
FOLDER 19. Kasha, Michael, 1941
FOLDER 20. Kasiian, Stepan, 1963
FOLDER 21. Kasiuiv, Teodosii, 1936
FOLDER 22. Kennedy, John F., 1961-1962
FOLDER 23. King, William H., 1939
FOLDER 24. Kliachko, Maria, 1940
FOLDER 25. Klufas, Orest, 1958
FOLDER 26. Knysh, Zynhovii, 1958, 1969, 1973
FOLDER 27. Korbyn, Iurii, 1957
FOLDER 28. Koropey, Joseph, 1949-1950
FOLDER 29. Koscciw, Michael, 1941, 1944
FOLDER 30. Kostiuk, Iwan, 1960
FOLDER 31. Kotovych, L., 1942
FOLDER 32. Kotsiuba, Stepan, 1948-1965
FOLDER 33. Kotyk, Eugene, 1958
FOLDER 34. Kovalchuk, Rev. P., 1939
FOLDER 35. Krotiuk, Stepan, 1954
FOLDER 36. Krupka, Roman, 1951
FOLDER 37. Kryshtalsky, Roman, 1952
FOLDER 38. Kulick, Rev. Orest, 1957
FOLDER 39. Kupchynsky, Irena, 1947
FOLDER 40. Kurchii, Borys, 1962
FOLDER 41. Kurlak, Stephen, 1937
FOLDER 42. Kuropas, Stepan, 1936-1975
FOLDER 43. Kutz, Joseph M., 1939
FOLDER 44. Kyslytsia, Dmytro, 1949
FOLDER 45. Kytasty, Hryhorii, 1963
FOLDER 46. Lapica, Roman, 1939-1944
FOLDER 47. Lapychak, Toma, 1950-1955
BOX 134.
FOLDER 1. Lawrence, David, 1957
FOLDER 2. Lessiuk, Fr. I.J., 1945
FOLDER 3. Leskiw, Myron, 1937-1962
FOLDER 4. Levkutiv, Stepan, 1955
FOLDER 5. Malisky, Omer, 1942
FOLDER 6. Mamchur, Stephen W., 1937, 1956
FOLDER 7. Manning, Clarence, 1941
FOLDER 8. Margolin, Arnold D., 1940
FOLDER 9. Margolin, Lubov A., 1971
FOLDER 10. Mariiash, V., 1963
FOLDER 11. Matsenko, P. 1945
FOLDER 12. Mekeryk, A., 1953
FOLDER 13. Melnyk, Petro, 1945
FOLDER 14. Melonyk, V., 1958
FOLDER 15. Merz, Charles, 1938
FOLDER 16. Mosley, Philip E., 1941-1954
FOLDER 17. Mostovsky, Stepan, 1938
FOLDER 18. Musianovych, Jaroslav, 1963
FOLDER 19. Musiychuk, Rev. S., 1939-1947
FOLDER 20. Mycyk, Omelan, 1944
FOLDER 21. Myshuha, Luke, 1932-1954
FOLDER 22. Naklovych, Oleksander, 1954
FOLDER 23. Nakonechny, Evhen, 1962
FOLDER 24. Mytsyk, Rev. Omelan, 1946-1947
FOLDER 25. Nahirniak, Wasyl, 1950
FOLDER 26. Novak, Mykola, 1945, 1954-1956, 1973
FOLDER 27. Oleskiw, A., 1936
FOLDER 28. Olshansky, Teofil, 1954
FOLDER 29. Omelchenko, Tymish, 1954
FOLDER 30. Onufrii, Teodor, 1960
FOLDER 31. Onyshkiw, Basil, 1939, 1944, 1959
FOLDER 32. Osmachka, Teodosii, 1950
FOLDER 33. Pakosha, Vasyl, 1962
FOLDER 34. Pakstas, Kazys, 1945
FOLDER 35. Palyvoda, Ivan, 1950
FOLDER 36. Panasiuk, Mark/Mykhailo, 1954-1967, 1972
FOLDER 37. Pankiv, Stepan, 1961
FOLDER 38. Pap, Michael, 1960
FOLDER 39. Pasichnyk, Mytro, 1936, 1953
FOLDER 40. Pasichnyk, Vasyl, 1966
FOLDER 41. Pavlovsky, Rev. H., 1937-1938
FOLDER 42. Pavlovych, Pavlo, 1964
FOLDER 43. Pavlychenko, Tymish Karp, 1937-1957
FOLDER 44. Pazuniak, Natalia, 1971
FOLDER 45. Popovich, John, 1940-1947, 1961
FOLDER 46. Popovich, Mary (Marusia), 1942-1963 (photos)
FOLDER 47. Poulos, Constantine, 1944
BOX 135.
FOLDER 1.   Pundyk, Youry, Oct. 11, 1951-Sept. 14, 1963
FOLDER 2.   Pundyk, Youry, Nov. 12, 1963-Mar. 29, 1969
FOLDER 3.   Pundyk, Youry, Apr. 25, 1969-June 11, 1973
FOLDER 4.   Reinhardt, Frederick, 1957-1958
FOLDER 5.   Revay, Julian, 1939
FOLDER 6.   Rosokha, Stepan, 1949, 1957-1959
FOLDER 7.   Royce, M.W., 1941
FOLDER 8.   Rozhin, Ivan, 1953-1967
FOLDER 9.   Rubacha, Daniel, 1955
FOLDER 10. Rudnycky, Jaroslav, 1961
FOLDER 11. Rudnytsky, Antin, 1953
FOLDER 12. Rybachuk, Mykola, 1951
FOLDER 13. Ryza, M., 1989
FOLDER 14. Scors, Nicholas, 1953-1954
FOLDER 15. Semochko, Hryhorii, 1936-1939, 1963 (photos)
FOLDER 16. Shabatura, V., 1954
FOLDER 17. Shapoval, Oleksander, 1940
FOLDER 18. Shekerek, Andrii, 1952
FOLDER 19. Shevchenko, Serhii, 1962
FOLDER 20. Shipstead, Henrik, 1945
FOLDER 21. Shteppa, P., 1939
FOLDER 22. Skehar, Hryhorii, 1945
FOLDER 23. Skorupsky, Maksym, 1952-1955, 1962
FOLDER 24. Slobodan, John, W., 1940
FOLDER 25. Smal-Stocki, Roman, 1965
FOLDER 26. Smook, Roman, 1939-1940, 1962
FOLDER 27. Smovsky, K., 1956
FOLDER 28. Stassen, Harold E., 1951
FOLDER 29. Stebel’s’kyi, Rev. Vasyl., 1947-1948
FOLDER 30. Stefan, Augustyn, 1959
FOLDER 31. Step, Pavlo, 1958
FOLDER 32. Stercho, Petro, 1952-1971
FOLDER 33. Stevens, Frances e., 1951
FOLDER 34. Stoessol, Walter J., Jr., 1966
FOLDER 35. Sushchyk, Serhii, 1952 (photo)
FOLDER 36. Sukhoverkhskyi, O., 1957
FOLDER 37. Sushko, Roman, 1938
BOX 136.
FOLDER 1. Swystun, Theodor, 1933-1944
FOLDER 2. Swystun, Wasyl (William), 1936-1944
FOLDER 3. Tromsa, Dmytro Iv., 1966
FOLDER 4. Trytiak, Walter, 1945
FOLDER 5. Tupis, Stepan, 1954-1965 (photos)
FOLDER 6. Tymko, Vasyl, 1958
FOLDER 7. Vaida, Mykola, 1965
FOLDER 8. Vandenberg, Arthur H., 1948
FOLDER 9. Vetukhiv, Mykhailo, 1951
FOLDER 10. Voinovsky, Petro, 1951
FOLDER 11. Volynets, D., 1958
FOLDER 12. Warywoda, Jaroslav, 1963
FOLDER 13. Wiley, Robert L., 1950-1954
FOLDER 14. Winchell, Walter, 1942
FOLDER 15. Woynowsky, Peter, 1953
FOLDER 16. Wynar, Bohdan, 1952, 1954
FOLDER 17. Wynar, Lubomyr, 1975
FOLDER 18. Yaremko, Alexander, 1950
FOLDER 19. Yuzyk, Paul, 1961-1969
FOLDER 20. Zadoretsky, Petro, 1965-1966
FOLDER 21. Zhybchyn, Osyp, 1951
FOLDER 22. Zinkevych, Osyp, 1958-1964
FOLDER 23. Zubalsky, Evhen, 1950-1956
FOLDER 24. Zuk (Zhuk), Vasyl, 1942-1948
FOLDER 25. Zukovsky, Anthony, 1962-1966
FOLDER 26. Illegible signatures
SUBSERIES 6. Correspondence (Boxes 136-139)
Sub-series 6 consists of Granovsky's correspondence (boxes 136-139) with many Ukrainian and non-Ukrainian organizations and committees. During the Second World War, ODWU was investigated by the Dies Committee (a Special Committee to Investigate Un-American Activities) and the FBI for “perceived pro-Nazi sympathies” after 1939. ODWU was cleared. Material pertaining to this period is located in box 137.
BOX 136.
FOLDER 27. ABN (Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations), 1947
FOLDER 28. African-Asian Confernce (Anwar Sadat, President), 1957
FOLDER 29. All Ukrainian Congress, 1940-1941
FOLDER 30. American Aid to Finland, 1940
FOLDER 31. American Catholic Sociological Society, (The), 1945
FOLDER 32. American Palestine Committee, 1944
FOLDER 33. American Peace Society, 1940
FOLDER 34. American Red Cross, 1939-1941
FOLDER 35. Appeal Letter to President of the United States and copies of Foreign Relations Committee, 1940
FOLDER 36. Asociacion Ukraniana “Renacimiento” en la Repulica Argentina, 1958
FOLDER 37. Association of Ukrainian War Veterans in U.S.A. Inc., St. Paul, MN, 1967
FOLDER 38. Byelorussian-American Association, 1961
FOLDER 39. Captive Nations Week, 1962-1964, 1971
FOLDER 40. Carpathian Ukraine, 1938-1939
FOLDER 41. Carpatho Ukraine – Central Council (Tsentral’na Rada), 1939
FOLDER 42. Chornomorska Sich, Organization of, 1936
FOLDER 43. Committee for the 50th Anniversary of Sichovi Stril’tsi, 1966
FOLDER 44. Committee for Unity of the Ukrainian Nationalist Movement, 1958
FOLDER 45. Congress of Ukrainian Canadians (KUK), 1956
FOLDER 46. Council on Foreign Relations – notes, [1944]
FOLDER 47. Daladier Conference, 1938
FOLDER 48. Demokratychne Ob’iednannia Buvshykh Reporesovanykh Ukraintsiv z pid-Sovietiv (DOBRUS) (The Democratic Organization of Ukrainians formerly Persecuted by the Soviet Govn’t), NY, 1955
FOLDER 49. Demokratrychnyi Ukrains’kyi Koordynatsiinyi Tsentr Ameryky (Democratic Ukrainian Coordinating Center of America) – New York Branch, 1959
BOX 137.
FOLDER 1. Dies Committee – House of Representatives, Special Committee to Investigate Un-American Activities, 1939
FOLDER 2. Dies Committee – House of Representatives, Special Committee to Investigate Un-American Activities, 1939-1940, 1943
FOLDER 3. The Hour, 1940
FOLDER 4. Ideolohichno Sporidnenykh Natsionalistychnykh Orhanizatsii (ISNO) (Ideologically Related Nationalistic Organizations), 1964-1970
FOLDER 5. Obizhnyi Lystok (Circular Leaf) (ISNO), 1968
FOLDER 6. Informator (Ukrainian War Veterans’ Association of Canada), 1959
FOLDER 7. Informatsiinyi Lystok (Informational Leaf) (Ukrainian War Veterans’ Association of Canada), 1965
FOLDER 8. Komitet Dopomohy I Oborony Politychnykh Viazniv u SSSR (Relief Committee and Defender of Political Prisoners in the USSR) – Dilovyi Komitet v ZSA (Active Committee in the USA), 1968
FOLDER 9. Komitet Pobudovy Pamiatnyka O. Olzhycha (O. Olzhych Memorial Building Committee), 1976
FOLDER 10. Manifestation for Ukraine’s Independence, New York, 1938-1939
FOLDER 11. Office of War Information – Foreign Language Division, 1944
FOLDER 12. Organization for the Defense of Four Freedoms for Ukraine, Inc. (OOChSU), 1948, 1966, 1971
FOLDER 13. Philipine Mission to the United Nations, 1962
FOLDER 14. Provydinnia, 1940
FOLDER 15. Republican National Committee, 1956, 1960, 1962
FOLDER 16. Soiuz Hetmantsiv Derzhavnykiv (United Hetman Organization), 1948
FOLDER 17. Soiuz Veteraniv Ukrains’koho Rezystansu (MN) (Association of Veterans’ of Ukrainian Resistance), 1970
BOX 138.
FOLDER 1. Soiuz Veteraniv Ukrains’koho Rezystansu (NY) (Association of Veterans’ of Ukrainian Resistance), 1967
FOLDER 2. Soiuz Zemel’ Sobornoi Ukrainy – Selians’koi Partii (Ukrainian National- State Union and the Peasant Party), New York, NY, Munich, Germany, 1953
FOLDER 3. Stypendiinyi Fond (Stipend Fund) for Gymnasium Students in Germany, 1955
FOLDER 4. Suspil’na Sluzhba Kombatantiv (Social Service of Combatants) – Minutes, 1969
FOLDER 5. Ukrainian and American Publishing and Printing Co. Inc., 1940-1975
FOLDER 6. Ukrainian Bureau – Washington, D.C., Correspondence, 1939-1946
FOLDER 7. Ukrainian Bureau – Washington, D.C. News releases, 1939-1940
FOLDER 8. Ukrainian Canadian Congress Committee (UCCC), 1940-1947
FOLDER 9. Ukrainian Canadian Congress Committee (UCCC), Obizhnyk and Komunikat (Circular and News), 1940, 1946
FOLDER 10. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America (UCCA), 1941-1962
FOLDER 11. Obizhnyi Lyst (Circular Letter) (UCCA), 1959-1960
FOLDER 12. Ukrainian Coordinating Committee, 1946
FOLDER 13. Ukrainian Far Eastern Sitch, 1937
FOLDER 14. Ukrainian Free Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1950
FOLDER 15. Ukrainian Independence Day, Philadelphia, Jan. 21-23, 1967
FOLDER 16. Ukrainian National Association (UNA), (AAG Speech), Convention, 1936
FOLDER 17. Ukrainian National Council (UNRada), 1944, 1951-1953, 1966, 1972
FOLDER 18. Ukrainian National Council for Demoracy, [1944]
FOLDER 19. Ukrainian National Flag, 1948
BOX 139.
FOLDER 1. Ukrainian National Revolutionary Army, 1946
FOLDER 2. Ukrainian Nationalist Community, NY, 1937
FOLDER 3. Ukrainian Nationalist Women in Austria, 1937
FOLDER 4. Ukrainian Orthodox Church in America, 1961
FOLDER 5. Ukrainian Orthodox League Convention, 1958
FOLDER 6. Ukrainian Pan-American Conference, NY, Nov. 18-19, 1947
FOLDER 7. Ukrainian Press Service, Berlin, 1938
FOLDER 8. Ukrainian Press Service, NY, 1939-1940
FOLDER 9. Ukrainian Research and Information Institute, Inc., 1963
FOLDER 10. Ukrainian Revolutionary Democratice Party (URDP), 1962
FOLDER 11. Ukrainian War Veteran’s Association – Canada, 1937, 1960, 1961, 1971
FOLDER 12. Ukrainian Weekly, 1941, 1954
FOLDER 13. Ukrainians in Bratislava, 1939
FOLDER 14. Ukrainians in Canada, 1943
FOLDER 15. Ukrains’ka Holovna Vyzvol’na Rada (UHVR) (Ukrainian Supreme Liberation Council), 1944-1945, 1950
FOLDER 16. Ukrains’ka Narodnia Respublika - Dyrektoriia (Ukrainian National Republic - Directory), August 1945
FOLDER 17. Ukrains’ka Natsional’na IEdnist’ – Zizd (Ukrainian National Unity – Convention), 1950
FOLDER 18. Ukrain’ska Viis’kova Orhanizatsiia (UVO) (Ukrainian Military Organization -50th Celebration), 1971
FOLDER 19. Ukrains’ke T-vo “Vidrodzhennia” v Respublytsi Argentyni (Sociedad Ukraniana “Renacimiento” en la Republica Argentina), 1940
FOLDER 20. Ukrains’ko-Tekhnichnyi Hospodars’kyi Instytut (Ukrainian-Technical Husbandry Institute), Munich, 1953
FOLDER 21. United American Ukrainian Organzation Committee of New York (UAUOC), 1960
FOLDER 22. U.S. State Department, 1943-1946, 1951
FOLDER 23. U.S. War Department – notes, 1943, 1944
FOLDER 24. United Ukrainian Organizations of Youngstown Ohio, 1939
FOLDER 25. World Congress of Free Ukrainians (SKVU), 1962, 1967, 1973 - Banners – Conventions and Congresses (See Oversize #3)
SUBSERIES 7. Local branches (Boxes 139-141)
Sub-series 7 contains material and correspondence of ODWU’s local Branches located in boxes 139-141). Granovsky founded and was long time president of the local Branch #32 in the Twin Cities in 1933. Its history and activities are located in box140.
BOX 139.
FOLDER 26. ODWU – Branches, 1936-1944, 1958
FOLDER 27. Branch # 1, Astoria, NY, 1964
FOLDER 28. Branch # 2, Chicago, IL, 1935-1964
FOLDER 29. Branch # 4, Hamtramck, MI, 1945-1964
FOLDER 30. Branch # 5, Hartford, CT, 1942
FOLDER 31. Branch # 8, Cleveland, OH, 1939-1956
FOLDER 32. Branch # 9, Syracuse, NY, 1967, 1969
BOX 140.
FOLDER 1. Branch #10, New York, NY, 1940-1965
FOLDER 2. Baibak, Petro, Correspondence, 1954-1955, 1964
FOLDER 3. Branch #11, New York, NY, 1937
FOLDER 4. Branch #12, Philadelphia, PA, 1940, 1960-1973
FOLDER 5. Bihun, Vasyl, Correspondence, 1955-1958
FOLDER 6. Branch #20, Rochester, NY, 1941-1968
FOLDER 7. Branch #24, Dteroit, MI, 1939-1958
FOLDER 8. Branch #25, Trenton, NJ, 1954
FOLDER 9. Branch #27, Boston, MA, 1939
FOLDER 10. Branch #28, Cleveland, OH, 1939
FOLDER 11. Branch #32, Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN (History), 1933, 1958, 1
FOLDER 12. Branch #32, Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN, Membership, 1933, 1936
FOLDER 13. Branch #32, Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN, Minutes, (Ledger), Apr.
FOLDER 14. Branch #32, Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN, Minutes, (Ledger), Aug.
BOX 141.
FOLDER 1. Branch #32, Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN, Minutes, 1933-1934, 1947-1957, 1963, 1966-1967
FOLDER 2. Branch #32, Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN, Minutes, Aug. 29, 1933-Dec. 12, 1955
FOLDER 3. Branch #32, Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN, Minutes, Jan. 5, 1956-Dec. 20, 1963
FOLDER 4. Branch #32, Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN, Minutes, Sept. 23, 1964-Mar. 28, 1976 (photos/negs)
FOLDER 5. Branch #32, Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN, Speeches by Alexander A. Granovsky, 1964-1969
FOLDER 6. Branch #32, Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN, Notes
FOLDER 7. Branch #32, Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN, Obizhnyk (Circular), 1956, 1966, 1968
FOLDER 8. Branch #32, Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN, Obizhnyi Lystok (Circular Leaf), 1971
FOLDER 9. Branch #34, Passaic, NJ, 1954, 1963
FOLDER 10. Branch #35, Wilmington, DE, 1945-1946
FOLDER 11. Branch #36, Ambridge, PA, 1955
FOLDER 12. Branch #43, Brooklyn, NY, 1946
FOLDER 13. Branch #52, Chicago, IL, 1939-1940, 1957
FOLDER 14. Branch #61, Youngstown, OH, 1940
FOLDER 15. Branch #70, Newark, NJ, 1941-1954
SUBSERIES 8. Notes on ODWU (Boxes 145-146)
Sub-series 8 contains notes on ODWU. Here Granovsky noted his thoughts, concerns, and expressions regarding events surrounding ODWU. These are located in boxes 145-146.
BOX 142.
FOLDER 1. ODWU – Notes – Almanac
FOLDER 2. ODWU – Notes, 1936-1951
FOLDER 3. ODWU – Notes, 1952-1957
FOLDER 4. ODWU – Notes, 1958-1976
FOLDER 5. ODWU – Notes, n.d.
BOX 143.
FOLDER 1. ODWU – Notes, n.d.
FOLDER 2. ODWU – Notes, n.d.
FOLDER 3. ODWU – Notes, n.d.
FOLDER 4. ODWU – Forms (Blank)
FOLDER 5. Non ODWU – Notes, etc., 1941-1954
BOX 144.
FOLDER 1. Non ODWU – Notes, etc., 1955-1965
FOLDER 2. Non ODWU – Notes, etc., n.d.
FOLDER 3. Non ODWU – Notes, etc., n.d.
SUBSERIES 9. Affiliated organizations (Boxes 145-147)
ODWU’s affiliate organizations and their Branches are located in sub-series 9 and contain correspondence, minutes, reports, etc. These include the women’s auxiliary the Ukrainian Gold Cross (boxes 144-145), ZAREVO (the United Ukrainian Students’ Association) in boxes 145-146, the Ukrainian National Youth Federation of America (UNYFA-MUN) and its Branches (boxes 146-147). The latter organization’s Twin Cities Branch is located in box 145.
BOX 144.
FOLDER 4. Ukrainian National Aid Guild of ODWU – Constitution and By-Laws, 1938
FOLDER 5. Ukrainian Gold Cross (Ukrains’kyi Zolotyi Khrest), Constitution and By-Laws, 1939, 1940, 1954
FOLDER 6. Ukrainian Gold Cross (Ukrains’kyi Zolotyi Khrest), Application/Registration, 1941
FOLDER 7. Ukrainian Gold Cross (Ukrains’kyi Zolotyi Khrest), Correspondence, 1937-1964
BOX 145.
FOLDER 1. Ukrainian Gold Cross (Ukrains’kyi Zolotyi Khrest), Correspondence, 1964-1976
FOLDER 2. Ukrainian Gold Cross (Ukrains’kyi Zolotyi Khrest), Minutes, 1938
FOLDER 3. Ukrainian Gold Cross (Ukrains’kyi Zolotyi Khrest), Branch #8, Cleveland, OH, 1948
FOLDER 4. Ukrainian Gold Cross (Ukrains’kyi Zolotyi Khrest), Branch #10, Denver, CO, 1956-1957
FOLDER 5. Ukrainian Gold Cross (Ukrains’kyi Zolotyi Khrest), Branch #12, Chicago, IL, 1961, 1971
FOLDER 6. Ukrainian Gold Cross (Ukrains’kyi Zolotyi Khrest), Branch #15, Twin Cities, MN, 1951-1976 (See also Oversize #13)
FOLDER 7. Ukrainian Gold Cross (Ukrains’kyi Zolotyi Khrest), Branch #15, Twin Cities, MN, Informatsiinyi Biuleten’ (Informational Bulletin), 1953
FOLDER 8. Ukrainian Gold Cross (Ukrains’kyi Zolotyi Khrest), Branch #52, New York, NY, 1950-1956
FOLDER 9. Ukrainian Gold Cross (Ukrains’kyi Zolotyi Khrest), Branch #?, Trenton, NJ, 1962
FOLDER 10. Ukrainian Gold Cross (Ukrains’kyi Zolotyi Khrest), Youth (Molod’), 1968
FOLDER 11. Halychyn, Stepania, “Life and Works of Lesia Ukrainka” (ca.1938)
FOLDER 12. Ukrainian Gold Cross (Ukrains’kyi Zolotyi Khrest), Notes
FOLDER 13. Ukrainian Gold Cross (Ukrains’kyi Zolotyi Khrest), Miscellaneous
FOLDER 14. Ukrainian Gold Cross (Ukrains’kyi Zolotyi Khrest), Obizhnyk (Circular), 1937-1963
FOLDER 15. Ukrainian Gold Cross (Ukrains’kyi Zolotyi Khrest), Obizhnyky (Circulars), 1964-1975
FOLDER 16. ZAREVO – The United Ukrainian Students’ Associatin, Inc., New York, NY, Founded in 1949
FOLDER 17. ZAREVO – Correspondence, 1951-1963
FOLDER 18. Danyliuk, Mykhailo, 1954
FOLDER 19. Nahirniak, Vasyl, 1954-1959
FOLDER 20. Pileckyj, Dmytro, 1954
BOX 146.
FOLDER 1. ZAREVO, Obizhnyk (Circular), 1958-1964
FOLDER 2. ZAREVO, Komunikat (Communicate), 1949, 1956
FOLDER 3. Ukrainian National Youth Federation of America, Inc. (UNYFA) – Constitution, etc., 1935, 1956
FOLDER 4. Ukrainian National Youth Federation of America, Inc. (UNYFA) – Minutes, 1940
FOLDER 5. Ukrainian National Youth Federation of America, Inc. (UNYFA) – Correspondence, 1935-1969
FOLDER 6. Domarytsky, Anatole, 1956-1960
FOLDER 7. Hodivsky, Longin, 1937-1943
FOLDER 8. Kane, Keith, n.d.
FOLDER 9. Kuropas, Myron, 1960-1964
FOLDER 10. Riznyk, Ihor, 1963
FOLDER 11. Riznyk, Oleh, 1962
FOLDER 12. Sawchuk, John, 1936-1938
FOLDER 13. Shramenko, Roman, 1954-1969
FOLDER 14. Sosnicky, Sam, 1941-1945
FOLDER 15. Sushchyk, Teodor, 1954-1955
FOLDER 16. Zadoritsky, Olga, 1938-1940
FOLDER 17. UNYFA Branch #?, Chicago, IL, 1962
FOLDER 18. UNYFA Branch #6, Twin Cities, MN, 1950-1970
FOLDER 19. UNYFA Branch #11, Manville, PA, 1938
FOLDER 20. UNYFA Branch #13, Girard, OH, 1938
FOLDER 21. UNYFA Branch #20, Brooklyn, NY, 1941-1942, 1966
FOLDER 22. UNYFA – Newsclippings and notes
FOLDER 23. UNYFA – Conferences/Conventions, 1955, 1957, 1962
FOLDER 24. UNYFA – Circular Letter, 1940
BOX 147.
FOLDER 1. UNYFA – Obizhnyk (Circular), 1934-1959
FOLDER 2. UNYFA – Information Bulletin, 1961-1962
SUBSERIES 10. Magazine "Samostiina Ukraina" (Independent Ukraine) (Box 147)
Sub-series 10 contains material on ODWU’s main publication the magazine "Samostiina Ukraina" (Independent Ukraine). As president of ODWU, Granovsky maintained steady correspondence with the editors providing guidance and contributing his own articles to the magazine (box 147). Additional publications, for ODWU youth, The Trident and Tri-Trendette, are also found in box 147.
BOX 147.
FOLDER 3. Samostiina Ukraina (Independent Ukraine), Correspondence, Mar. 27-Jan. 15, 1949
FOLDER 4. Samostiina Ukraina (Independent Ukraine), Correspondence, Dec. 27, 1949-June 15, 1963
FOLDER 5. Samostiina Ukraina (Independent Ukraine), Correspondence, Aug. 28, 1963-Sept. 6, 1968
FOLDER 6. Samostiina Ukraina (Independent Ukraine), Minutes, 1952-1954, 1962
FOLDER 7. Samostiina Ukraina (Independent Ukraine), Subscribers, 1954, 1966
FOLDER 8. Samostiina Ukraina (Independent Ukraine), Notes
FOLDER 9. Tri-denette, Correspondence, 1957
FOLDER 10. The Trident, Correspondence, 1938-1944, 1957
SUBSERIES 11. Ukrainian National Federation of Canada (UNF) (Boxes147-150)
Sub-series 11 contains material pertaining to ODWU’s counterpart organization in Canada, Ukrains’ke Natsional’ne Ob’iednannia v Kanadi-UNO (Ukrainian National Federation of Canada -UNF) and its affiliate organizations. The material includes correspondence, minutes, reports, conferences, circulars, notes, and photographs. These are located in boxes 147-150.
BOX 147.
FOLDER 11. Ukrainian National Federation of Canada (UNF), Correspondence, 1936-1957
BOX 148.
FOLDER 1. Ukrainian National Federation of Canada (UNF), Correspondence, 1958-1969
FOLDER 2. Bociurkiv, Bohdan, Correspondence, 1948, 1964-1965
FOLDER 3. Kossar, Volodymyr, Correspondence, 1937-1944
FOLDER 4. Kossar, Volodymyr, Correspondence, 1945-1970
FOLDER 5. Petryshyn, Oleksa, Correspondence, 1963, 1967
FOLDER 6. Seleshko, M., Correspondence, 1945-1969
FOLDER 7. Zelenyi, B., Correspondence, 1947
FOLDER 8. UNO – Minutes and Reports, 1954-1974
FOLDER 9. UNO – 25th Jubilee, 1957
FOLDER 10. UNO – Montreal Branch, 1969
FOLDER 11. UNO – Winnipeg Branch, 1957
BOX 149.
FOLDER 1. UNO – Conferences, 1936, 1956-1965, 1976
FOLDER 2. UNO – Conference – Minutes, 1946
FOLDER 3. UNO – Papers (Presentations), etc., 1955-1965
FOLDER 4. UNO – Obizhnyi Lyst (Circular Letter), 1938-1969
FOLDER 5. UNO – Obizhnyk (Circular), 1938-1954
FOLDER 6. UNO – Obizhnyk (Circular), 1955-1961
FOLDER 7. UNO – Obizhnyk (Circular), 1962-1968
FOLDER 8. UNO – Obizhnyk Zahal’nyi (General Circular), 1939-1941
FOLDER 9. UNO – Various Circulars, etc., 1939-1940, 1954
BOX 150.
FOLDER 1. UNO – Events, 1938-1963
FOLDER 2. UNO – Library, Toronto, n.d.
FOLDER 3. UNO – Newsclippings, 1940
FOLDER 4. UNO – Notes
FOLDER 5. UNO – Photographs, n.d., 1972
FOLDER 6. Ukrainian National Youth Federation of Canada, Anniversaries and Conventions, 1949, 1956-1959
FOLDER 7. Ukrainian National Youth Federation of Canada, Obizhnyk (Circular), 1939-1948
FOLDER 8. Novyi Shliakh (The New Pathway), 1938-1963
FOLDER 9. Ukrainian National Publishing Co. – Obizhnyk (Circular), 1958
SUBSERIES 12. Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (Boxes 150-153)
ODWU maintained close relations with the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists of the Andriy Melnyk faction (OUN-M). This was a political movement dedicated to the establishment of an independent Ukrainian State, with headquarters in Europe, and members in Great Britain, South America and Australia. Material pertaining to this relationship is located in Sub-series 12. Included in this series are correspondence, appeals and resolutions, conventions, circulars, conferences and notes. They are found in boxes 150-153. Of importance is Granovsky’s correspondence with two leaders of OUN-M, Evhen Konovalets (box 151) and Andriy Melnyk (box 152).
BOX 150.
FOLDER 10. Andriievsky, Dmytro, 1939-1955 (2 photos)
FOLDER 11. Andriievsky, Dmytro, 1959-1974
FOLDER 12. Artiushenko, IUrii, 1952-1967
FOLDER 13. Baranovsky, Jaroslav, 1938-1939
BOX 151.
FOLDER 1. Boikiv, Oleksander, 1938-1949
FOLDER 2. Boikiv, Oleksander, 1951-1968
FOLDER 3. Bojko, Jurij, 1946-1968
FOLDER 4. Boydunnyk, Osyp, 1952-1966
FOLDER 5. Dibrova, ?, 1950, 1952
FOLDER 6. Franco, Generalissimo Francisco, 1936
FOLDER 7. Hrybivs’kyi, O., 1935-1939 (1 photo/1 postcard photo)
FOLDER 8. Iakir, 1945
FOLDER 9. Iurchuk, ?, 1969
FOLDER 10. Kapustiansky, Mykola, 1935-1969
FOLDER 11. Karpovych, Mykola, 1949
FOLDER 12. Kentrschynskyj, Bohdan, 1955
FOLDER 13. Konovalets, Evhen, 1935-1938
FOLDER 14. Konovalets, Olha, 1940-1948, 1966, 1974
FOLDER 15. Kovalenko, IUrii, 1944
FOLDER 16. Krilanovic, Pedro, 1961-1962
FOLDER 17. Kuszczynskyi, A., 1956
FOLDER 18. Lazovinsky, V., 1973
FOLDER 19. Levchenko, S., 1970
FOLDER 20. Levyts’kyi, Mykola, 1953, 1962, 1972
BOX 152.
FOLDER 1. Makovetsky, Iakiv, 1955-1975
FOLDER 2. Matsiakh (Maciach), Evhen, 1957
FOLDER 3. Melnyk, Andrii, 1945-1966, 1974
FOLDER 4. Melnyk, Andrii, 1957 (10 photos)
FOLDER 5. Melnyk, Andrii, 1957-1965 (Notes and newsclippings)
FOLDER 6. Melnyk, Antin, 1955, 1973 (1 photo)
FOLDER 7. Melnyk, Kost, 1945-1951
FOLDER 8. Melnyk, Sofiia, 1964-1965
FOLDER 9. Mykhalchuk, V., 1955
FOLDER 10. Mykolyn, IUrii, 1962
FOLDER 11. Omelchenko, Tymish, 1945-1946
FOLDER 12. Onatsky, Evhen, 1939-1945
FOLDER 13. Orshan, Jaroslav, 1939
FOLDER 14. Pavliuk, S., 1938
FOLDER 15. Pryhoda, M., 1936-1945
FOLDER 16. Revay, F., 1939
FOLDER 17. Saint-Quentin, Count A. de, 1939-1940
FOLDER 18. Seleshko, M., 1948
FOLDER 19. Shelukhin, Serhii, 1936
FOLDER 20. Shtul, Oleh, 1951-1970 (1 photo)
FOLDER 21. Shulhin, Oleksander, 1939
FOLDER 22. Sikevych, Volodymyr, 1938-1939
FOLDER 23. Slobids’kyi, ?, 1947
FOLDER 24. Sorotschynsskyj, Wassylj, 1942
FOLDER 25. Stsiborsky, Mykola, 1940
FOLDER 26. Sulatyckyj, Stepan, 1953
FOLDER 27. Tomashivs’kyi, Vasyl, 1950
FOLDER 28. Varvariv, Constantine, 1955
FOLDER 29. Vashchenko, Rev. Oleksander, 1953-1954
FOLDER 30. Velychkivsky, Mykola, 1948
FOLDER 31. OUN (B), 1941, 1953, 1962
FOLDER 32. OUN (M), 1936-1962
FOLDER 33. OUN – 25th Anniversary, 1954
FOLDER 34. OUN – 40th Anniversary, 1969
FOLDER 35. OUN – Convention, 4th, 1955
BOX 153.
FOLDER 1. OUN – Political Program, 1940, 1946, 1964
FOLDER 2. OUN – Senate, 1965-1876
FOLDER 3. OUN – Appeals and Resolutions, 1965-1968
FOLDER 4. OUN – Conference, June 25-26, 1939
FOLDER 5. OUN – Komunikat (News), 1936-1940
FOLDER 6. OUN – Notes
FOLDER 7. Certificate – ca.1930’s
FOLDER 8. Residence – Chust, Carpatho-Ukraine, 1939
FOLDER 9. Provid Ukrains’kykh Natsionalistiv (PUN) (Leadership of Ukrainian Nationalists), 1940-1976
FOLDER 10. Provid Ukrains’kykh Natsionalistiv (PUN) (Leadership of Ukrainian Nationalists) – Notes
FOLDER 11. Ukrains’ka Polityka za Roky Viiny (Ukrainian Politics during the War Years), August, 1945
FOLDER 12. Informatsii PUN (PUN Information), 1964, 1967
FOLDER 13. Obizhnyi Lyst Holovy PUN (Circular letter of the President of PUN), 1967, 1969, 1971
FOLDER 14. Velykyi Zizd Ukrains’kykh Natsionalistiv (VZUN) (Great Convention of Ukrainian Nationalists), 1939
FOLDER 15. Second Congress of Ukrainian Nationalists of U.S., Canada and Argentina, Sept. 4, 1939?
FOLDER 16. VZUN – Conference, 3rd, 1947
FOLDER 17. VZUN – Conference, 5th, 1964
FOLDER 18. VZUN – Conference, 6th, 1965
FOLDER 19. VZUN – Conference, 7th, 1970
FOLDER 20. VZUN – Conference, 8th, 1973
FOLDER 21. VZUN – Notes
SUBSERIES 13. Photographs (Box 154)
Sub-series 13 contains a significant collection of photographs of ODWU’s activities, the 25th Anniversary of Granovsky’s presidency of ODWU, conventions (both local and national), ODWU’s affiliate organizations’ activities, and visits by OUN leader Andriy Melnyk to the USA and Canada. These photographs are located in box 154.
BOX 154.
FOLDER 1. ODWU Miscellaneous
FOLDER 2. Boidunyk, Osyp, Twin Cities, MN, - visit, 1956 (4 photos)
FOLDER 3. Granovsky, Alexander A. – 25th Anniversary as President of ODWU, 1956 (15 slides – See Oversize #5)
FOLDER 4. Kapustiansky, Mykola, Twin Cities, MN – visit, 1936? (2 photos)
FOLDER 5. Melnyk, Andrii, Twin Cities, MN – visit, 1957, 1965 (11 photos, 1 negative, 6 slides, 2 newspaper clippings)
FOLDER 6. Pavlychenko, J.K., St. Paul, MN – visit, 1944 (2 photos)
FOLDER 7. Shtul, Oleh, Twin Cities, MN – visit, 1966 (2 photos)
FOLDER 8. Konovalets, Evhen – Memorial Anniversary, New York, NY, 1968 (25 photos)
FOLDER 9. Ukrainian Day – Harms Park, Chicago, IL, 1938 (4 photos, 1 newspaper clipping, 2 “letters” – Hr. Semochko)
FOLDER 10. ODWU – Chicago, IL, 1938? (8 photos)
FOLDER 11. Ukrainian Nationalists – Congress, 2nd, Newark, NJ, 1938 (4 photos)
FOLDER 12. Ukrainian Homestead, Lehighton, PA, 1963
FOLDER 13. ODWU – Central Executive Committee, New York, NY, 1936 (1 photo) (See Oversize #6)
FOLDER 14. ODWU – Congress, 2nd, Newark, NJ, 1936 (2 photos) (See also Oversize #4)
FOLDER 15. ODWU – Convention, 1st, New Haven Connecticut, 1937 (2 photos) (See also Oversize #4)
FOLDER 16. ODWU – Convention, 8th, Newark, NJ, 1938 (5 photos) (See also Oversize #4)
FOLDER 17. ODWU – Convention, 19th, New York, NY, 1954 (25th Anniversary Album, 29 photos) See Oversize #5)
FOLDER 18. ODWU – Convention, 26th, Lehighton, PA, 1964 (6 photos)
FOLDER 19. ODWU Branch #10 – Convention, 19th, New York, NY, 1954 (2 photos)
FOLDER 20. ODWU Branch #20 – 25th Anniversary, Rochester, NY, 1954 (13 photos)
FOLDER 21. ODWU Branch #32 – Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN, Certificate, 1976 (2 photos)
FOLDER 22. Ukrainian National Youth Federation of America, Branch #6, Twin Cities, MN, 1956, 1957 (9 photos)
FOLDER 23. Ukrainian National Youth Federation of America, Branch#?, New York, NY, 1952 (2 photos)
FOLDER 24. ODWU – Ukrainian Dancers, Cleveland, OH, 1942 (2 photos)
FOLDER 25. Ukrainian National Federation of Canada – Convention, Winnipeg, 1950s? (6 photos)
FOLDER 26. Ukrainian National Federation of Canada – Montreal Branch, 1955 (3 photos, 1 postcard)
FOLDER 27. Ukrainian National Federation of Canada Choir– Twin Cities, MN, visit, 1955 (3 photos)
FOLDER 28. Melnyk, Andrii, Toronto, Ont., visit, 1965? (1 photo)
FOLDER 29. Ukrainian National Federation of Canada - Taras Shevchenko Monument, Winnipeg, 1960 (2 photos)
FOLDER 30. Boidunyk, Osyp, England, 1962 (2 photos)
FOLDER 31. Karpatski Sichovyky (Carpathian Sich), Khust, 1938 (6 photos)
FOLDER 32. Konovalets, Evhen, Portrait given to Granovsky, Funeral, – Rotterdam, 1938 (10 photos) (See also Oversize #6)
FOLDER 33. Teliha, Olena, 1946 (3 photos)
FOLDER 34. Miscellaneous unidentified photographs and poster (See Oversize #6) (3 photos)
FOLDER 35. Manifestation at the Hippodrome, New York, NY, Sept. 4, 1938 (See Oversize # 4)


SERIES 9. Immigration History Research Center (IHRC), Ukrainian American Collection

Series 9 consists of correspondence and other material that document the history, development, and activities of the Immigration History Research Center (IHRC, and formerly known as Immigrant Archives) and its “Ukrainian American Collection.” Much of this material is in English. The IHRC was established at the University of Minnesota in 1965 to collect, preserve and document the history of immigrants from Eastern and Southern Europe and the Near East. Among the founders and staunch supporter of the IHRC was Alexander A. Granovsky. His personal Ukrainian library (accumulated since his arrival to America in 1913) formed the bases of the Ukrainian American Collection. His personal archives later enriched the print material. The brief histories of the IHRC and the Ukrainian American Collection are located in sub-series 1 boxes 155-156. The opening of the Ukrainian American Collection (box 155) took place on January 16, 1966 with a presentation of the “Symbolic Key to the Ukrainian Section”. Further documentation of the history of the IHRC and the Ukrainian American Collection are contained in sub-series 2 in the extensive correspondence with the University of Minnesota Libraries’ directors, the History Department, University president and vice president, and especially with the Director of the IHRC, Rudolph J. Vecoli are located in boxes 156-157. Granovsky’s standing and position in the Ukrainian American community gained substantial support for the Ukrainian American Collection at the University of Minnesota. Its development is further documented by the personal extensive correspondence he had with the Ukrainian Diaspora, with individuals and organizations locally, nationally, and internationally. This extensive correspondence is contained in sub-series 3, boxes 157-162. He also traveled extensively to solicit for collections (box 162). Granovsky had two major goals after retirement. The first was reached with the founding of this Ukrainian American Collection. The second, a more challenging goal, was the establishment of a Ukrainian Studies Chair at the University of Minnesota. There was competition in the Ukrainian American community to establish such a Chair at a prestigious university. One was Harvard and the other the University of Minnesota. The final outcome was Harvard. These efforts are well documented, mainly in English, in sub-series 4, box 163. Because the IHRC kept Granovsky informed of all acknowledged acquisitions to this Ukrainian American Collection, Sub-series 5 consists of carbon copies of all the correspondence (boxes 164-166), documenting print and archival material donated to the Ukrainian American Collection. Granovsky also kept a detailed transfer of records (box 166) of what was donated.
SUBSERIES 1. History of the Ukrainian American collection (Box 155)
The brief histories of the IHRC and the Ukrainian American Collection are located in sub-series 1 boxes 155-156. The opening of the Ukrainian American Collection (box 155) took place on January 16, 1966 with a presentation of the “Symbolic Key to the Ukrainian Section”.
BOX 155.
FOLDER 1. Immigrant Archives/Immigration History Research Center (IHRC) – History, 1965-1974
FOLDER 2. IHRC – Press Releases, 1965-1976
FOLDER 3. IHRC – Holdings Lists, etc., 1966-1975
FOLDER 4. IHRC – Polish Microfilming Project, 1973-1974
FOLDER 5. IHRC – Annual Report, 1969-1970
FOLDER 6. IHRC – Spectrum, 1975-1976
FOLDER 7. University of Minnesota Libraries – Annual Report, 1965, 1966, 1970, 1971
FOLDER 8. A Guide to the University of Minnesota Libraries, 1969, 1972
FOLDER 9. Ukrainian American Collection – History, 1965, 1972-1974
FOLDER 10. Opening of the Ukrainian Section, 1965-1966, 1974
FOLDER 11. Library Honors Ukrainian Poet – Taras H. Shevchenko, Exhibit, Walter Library, 1965
FOLDER 12. Vitaly Korotich’s visit to the Ukrainian Library at the University of Minnesota, April 17, 1967
FOLDER 13. Ukrainian American Collection - Tour, Walter Library, July 11, 1970
FOLDER 14. Book plates
BOX 156.
FOLDER 1. Press Releases, 1965-1968, 1973
FOLDER 2. Appeal Letters, 1966, 1965-1970
FOLDER 3. Notes, ca.1965-1970
FOLDER 4. Holdings – English language books in the Ukrainian American Collection, 1970
SUBSERIES 2. University of Minnesota correspondence (Boxes 156-157)
Further documentation of the history of the IHRC and the Ukrainian American Collection are contained in sub-series 2 in the extensive correspondence with the University of Minnesota Libraries’ directors, the History Department, University president and vice president, and especially with the Director of the IHRC, Rudolph J. Vecoli are located in boxes 156-157.
BOX 156.
FOLDER 5. University of Minnesota Libraries – Correspondence, 1965-1976
FOLDER 6. University of Minnesota Libraries – Correspondence, Ralph Hopp, 1965–1975
FOLDER 7. University of Minnesota Libraries – Correspondence, Robert S. Hoyt, 1967-1968
FOLDER 8. University of Minnesota Libraries – Correspondence, Austin McLean, 1967-1969
FOLDER 9. University of Minnesota Libraries – Correspondence, E.B. Stanford, 1959-1970
FOLDER 10. University of Minnesota, Dept. of History – Correspondence, William E. Wright, 1966
BOX 157.
FOLDER 1. Univ. of Minnesota, Dept. of History – Correspondence, Timothy L. Smith, Chairman – Immigrant Archives, 1965-1967
FOLDER 2. University of Minnesota Libraries – Correspondence, Mary Molek, 1966
FOLDER 3. University of Minnesota Libraries – Correspondence, Roman Kochan, 1968-1969
FOLDER 4. University of Minnesota Libraries – Correspondence, Halyna Myroniuk, 1969-1976
FOLDER 5. IHRC – Correspondence, Rudolph J. Vecoli, 1967-1975 (4 photos)
FOLDER 6. IHRC – Notes, Rudolph J. Vecoli, 1965-1975
SUBSERIES 3. Development of the Ukrainian American collection (Boxes 157-162)
Granovsky’s standing and position in the Ukrainian American community gained substantial support for the Ukrainian American Collection at the University of Minnesota. Its development is further documented by the personal extensive correspondence he had with the Ukrainian Diaspora, with individuals and organizations locally, nationally, and internationally. This extensive correspondence is contained in sub-series 3, boxes 157-162. He also traveled extensively to solicit for collections (box 162).
BOX 157.
FOLDER 7. Anastasievsky, Volodymyr – Artiusehnko, Iurii
FOLDER 8. Andersen, Elmer L., 1965-1970
FOLDER 9. Andrievsky, Dmytro, 1966-1972
FOLDER 10. Atamaniuk, Mykhailo, 1966-1967
FOLDER 11. Avramenko, VAsyl, 1969-1972
FOLDER 12. Babii, Mykhailo-Burachynska, Lidia
FOLDER 13. Bachur, George, 1968-1969
FOLDER 14. Batiuk, Antin, 1968-1973
BOX 158.
FOLDER 1. Bunka, Alexander, 1968-1971
FOLDER 2. Bykovsky, Lev, 1964, 1968-1969
FOLDER 3. Chemny, Michael, 1967-1969
FOLDER 4. Campbell, Ann – Comisky, W.R.
FOLDER 5. Chartorysky, Mykoila – Sydor, 1967-1969
FOLDER 6. Danlyliuk, Alice – Dytka, Orest
FOLDER 7. Danyliw, Teodor, 1966-1967
FOLDER 8. Denysiuik, Mykola, 1971-1973
FOLDER 9. Derbush, Mykola, 1965-1973
FOLDER 10. Diachuk, Uliana, 1973-1975
FOLDER 11. Dobriansky, Antin, 1965-1969
FOLDER 12. Dubovoy, Andrew and Evdokia, 1968
FOLDER 13. Duchyshyn, Ivan, 1966
FOLDER 14. Dushnyck, Waltere, 1968-1975
FOLDER 15. Evhen, Archbishop – Evanchuk, John W.
FOLDER 16. Fedoronchuk, V. – Forum
FOLDER 17. Fecynsky, Yurij, 1965
FOLDER 18. Galusha, Emily – Gregoret, Serhii
FOLDER 19. Galan, Walter, 1965-1972
FOLDER 20. Haiduk, Maria – Hunenko, Maria
FOLDER 21. Halich, Wasyl, 1968-1969
FOLDER 22. Haydak, Mykola, 1968-1970
FOLDER 23. Horodysky, Orest, 1966-1973
FOLDER 24. Ilarion, Metropolitan – Iwaniw, Natalia
FOLDER 25. Jankowsky, Tetiana – Josypovych, Petro
BOX 159.
FOLDER 1. Kapliasty, Makar – Kuzyk, Anna
FOLDER 2. Klepachivsky, Konstantyn, 1966-1973
FOLDER 3. Kolodnycky, Volodymyr and Xenia, 1966, 1973
FOLDER 4. Knapp, Stepan, 1969, 1972
FOLDER 5. Kolasky, John, 1967-1969
FOLDER 6. Korbyn, George, 1966
FOLDER 7. Krasevich, George, 1974
FOLDER 8. Kwitkowsky, Denys and Maria, 1966-1969
FOLDER 9. Kyryluk, Antin, 1966-1969
FOLDER 10. Lapychak, Tom – Lushnycky, Alexander
FOLDER 11. Luciw, Teodore, 1962-1968
FOLDER 12. Malantchuk, Gregory – Myronenko, B.
FOLDER 13. Malaniuk, Myron, 1971-1975
FOLDER 14. Mandryka, Mykyta, 1966-1969
FOLDER 15. Marunchak, Mykhailo, 1966-1967
FOLDER 16. Melnyk, Andrii and Sofia, 1962-1973
FOLDER 17. Mijakovsky, Volodymyr, 1965-1971
FOLDER 18. Movchan, Anatoly, 1974
FOLDER 19. Mstyslav, Archbishop, 1965-1971
FOLDER 20. Naklowycz, Serhij – Nolden, Evhen
FOLDER 21. Nakonechny, Anna, 1969
FOLDER 22. Nicholas-Tkaczuk, N.B., 1971
FOLDER 23. Nizankiwski (Nyzhankivskyi), Omelian and Heidi, 1975 (9 photos)
FOLDER 24. Oleksyn, Ivan – Ostapchuk, Petro
FOLDER 25. Onatsky, Evhen, 1965-1967
BOX 160.
FOLDER 1. Papish, Hillary – Pyshko, Petro
FOLDER 2. Panchuk, John, 1966, 1972
FOLDER 3. Pazuniak, Natalia, 1971
FOLDER 4. Plewako, P:etro, 1966
FOLDER 5. Pundyk, Yurij, 1967-1974
FOLDER 6. Radchuk, D. – Rychly, Helen
FOLDER 7. Revay, Julian, 1965, 1967, 1974
FOLDER 8. Royick, George, 1967-1969
FOLDER 9. Rozhin, Ivan, 1967-1969
FOLDER 10. Ryzewsky, Anna, 1966
FOLDER 11. “Samopomich” (Self-Reliance) – Syrnyk, Ivan
FOLDER 12. Samochko, Hryhorii (Harry) and Anna, 1962, 1966
FOLDER 13. Seleshko, Michael, 1965-1973
FOLDER 14. Serafimovych, Vasyl, 1965-1967
FOLDER 15. Shtohryn, Dmytro, 1968-1973
FOLDER 16. Shtul, Oleh, 1966
FOLDER 17. Shymkiv, Ivan (John), 1972
FOLDER 18. Slavutych, Yar, 1974-1975
FOLDER 19. Stachiwm, Mathew, 1966-1969
FOLDER 20. Stangl (Stetkevych), Vera, 1966, 1972-1973
FOLDER 21. Stercho, Petro, 1966-1974
BOX 161.
FOLDER 1. Surmach, Myron, 1967-1969
FOLDER 2. Tarachivsky, T. – Tymoshenko, Volodymyr
FOLDER 3. Tarnavsky, Ostap, 1969-1971
FOLDER 4. Tkaczuk, Rev. Ivan, 1967
FOLDER 5. Tkatch, Stephen, 1968
FOLDER 6. Tyshovnytskyi, Omelan M., 1968-1969
FOLDER 7. Ukrainian Engineer’s Society of America – Uroff, B.P.
FOLDER 8. Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1967-1973
FOLDER 9. Ukrainian Canadian Committee, 1967, 1969
FOLDER 10. Ukrainnian National Museum, Chicago, IL, 1966, 1969, 1971
FOLDER 11. Ukrainian Writers’ Association “SLOVO”, 1969
FOLDER 12. Vash, A. – Verhan, Vasyl
FOLDER 13. Volyniak, Petro, 1965-1967
FOLDER 14. Wakiriak, Ivan – Wynar, Lubomyr
FOLDER 15. Wynnyk, Ivan, 1967-1969
FOLDER 16. Yermolenko, Serhij – Yosypyshyn, P.
FOLDER 17. Yurchyshyn, Dmytro, 1952, 1968-1969
FOLDER 18. Zalozetsky, N.L. – Zozulia, Jakiv
FOLDER 19. Zelechivsky, Joseph, Rev., 1967-1969
FOLDER 20. Zerkal, Sava, 1966
FOLDER 21. Zhukovsky, Antin, 1971, 1975
FOLDER 22. Zhukovsky, Arkadij, 1966
FOLDER 23. Miscellaneous – Correspondence, 1966-1967
FOLDER 24. Ukrainian Students (University of Minnesota), 1963-1970
FOLDER 25. Ukrainian American Research Fund, 1968, 1972-1976
FOLDER 26. Smook, Roman, 1967-1974
BOX 162.
FOLDER 1. Adresses
FOLDER 2. Adresses
FOLDER 3. Trips, ca.1950s-1966, 1973
FOLDER 4. Travel, 1965-1966
FOLDER 5. Mostly travel – Chicago, 1971
SUBSERIES 4. Ukrainian Studies Chair (Box 163)
Granovsky had two major goals after retirement. The first was reached with the founding of this Ukrainian American Collection. The second, a more challenging goal, was the establishment of a Ukrainian Studies Chair at the University of Minnesota. There was competition in the Ukrainian American community to establish such a Chair at a prestigious university. One was Harvard and the other the University of Minnesota. The final outcome was Harvard. These efforts are well documented, mainly in English, in sub-series 4, box 163.
BOX 163.
FOLDER 1. University of Minnesota – Ukrainian Studies Chair, Correspondence, 1965-1970
FOLDER 2. University of Minnesota – Ukrainian Studies Chair, Correspondence, 1970-1974
FOLDER 3. Bittel, Harold, 1970
FOLDER 4. Chemchuk, Stepan, 1965-1969
FOLDER 5. Dragan, Antin, 1966-1970
FOLDER 6. Eaton, Cyrus, 1971
FOLDER 7. Kuzyk, Dmytro, 1968
FOLDER 8. Lesawyer, Joseph, 1965-1974
FOLDER 9. Padoch, Jaroslav, 1965-1971
FOLDER 10. Pritsak, Omelian, 1967-1968
FOLDER 11. Pundyk, Yurij, 1967-1970
FOLDER 12. Ukrainian National Association, 1968-1975
FOLDER 13. University of Minnesota – Ukrainian Studies Chair, Notes, 1965-1971
FOLDER 14. Minnesota American Ukrainian Committee for Endowment of History at the University of Minnesota
SUBSERIES 5. Acquisitions acknowledgments (Boxes 164-166)
Because the IHRC kept Granovsky informed of all acknowledged acquisitions to this Ukrainian American Collection, Sub-series 5 consists of carbon copies of all the correspondence (boxes 164-166), documenting print and archival material donated to the Ukrainian American Collection. Granovsky also kept a detailed transfer of records (box 166) of what was donated.
BOX 164.
FOLDER 1. Immigrant Archives – Acquisitions – Correspondence, 1965-1966
FOLDER 2. Immigrant Archives – Acquisitions – Correspondence, 1966
FOLDER 3. Immigrant Archives – Acquisitions – Correspondence, 1967
FOLDER 4. Immigrant Archives – Acquisitions – Correspondence, 1968
BOX 165.
FOLDER 1. Immigrant Archives – Acquisitions – Correspondence, 1969
FOLDER 2. Immigrant Archives – Acquisitions – Correspondence, 1970
FOLDER 3. Immigrant Archives – Acquisitions – Correspondence, 1971
FOLDER 4. Immigrant Archives – Acquisitions – Correspondence, 1972
BOX 166.
FOLDER 1. Immigrant Archives – Acquisitions – Correspondence, 1974
FOLDER 2. Immigrant Archives – Acquisitions – Correspondence, 1974-1975
FOLDER 3. Immigrant Archives/IHRC – Acqusition – Notes
FOLDER 4. Transfer Records, 1965-1974
FOLDER 5. Notes
FOLDER 6. Miscellaneous


SERIES 10. Newspaper Clippings

Series 10 contains a substantial collection of Granovsky’s own newspaper clippings, predominantly in English. These reflect his interest in world events and articles mainly pertaining to Ukraine in the American press. Other clippings include articles on American politics, education, religion, immigration, etc., and some poems.
BOX 167.
FOLDER 1. Newspaper Clippings, 1920s
FOLDER 2. Newspaper Clippings, 1930s
FOLDER 3. Newspaper Clippings, 1940s
FOLDER 4. Newspaper Clippings, 1940s
BOX 168.
FOLDER 1. Newspaper Clippings, 1940s
FOLDER 2. Newspaper Clippings, 1950s
FOLDER 3. Newspaper Clippings, 1960s
FOLDER 4. Newspaper Clippings, 1970s
BOX 169.
FOLDER 1. Newspaper Clippings, 1970s
FOLDER 2. Newspaper Clippings, Displaced Persons, 1940s-1950s
FOLDER 3. Newspaper Clippings, Poems, Undated
FOLDER 4. Newspaper Clippings, Undated
FOLDER 5. Newspaper Clippings, Undated
FOLDER 6. Magazine Articles, Undated
FOLDER 7. Magazine Articles, Undated
BOX 170.
FOLDER 1. Newspaper Clippings, Various dates
FOLDER 2. Newspaper Clippings, Various dates
FOLDER 3. Newspaper Clippings, Various dates
BOX 171.
FOLDER 1. Newspaper Clippings, Various dates
FOLDER 2. Newspaper Clippings, Various dates
FOLDER 3. Newspaper Clippings, Various dates
FOLDER 4. Newspaper Clippings, Various dates
BOX 172.
FOLDER 1. Newspaper Clippings, Various dates
FOLDER 2. Newspaper Clippings, Various dates
FOLDER 3. Newspaper Clippings, Various dates
FOLDER 4. Newspaper Clippings, Various dates
BOX 173.
FOLDER 1. Newspaper Clippings, Various dates
FOLDER 2. Newspaper Clippings, Various dates
FOLDER 3. Newspaper Clippings, Various dates
BOX 174.
FOLDER 1. Newspaper Clippings, Religion, Various dates
FOLDER 2. Newspaper Clippings, Ukrainian Immigration, undated
FOLDER 3. Newspaper Clippings, Scrapbook, Chicago World’s Fair 1933, etc. 1930s
FOLDER 4. Newspaper Clippings, Scrapbook, Russian Revolution, March 17, 1917-1918


SERIES 11. Greeting Cards, Maps, Certificates, and Miscellany

Series 11 consists of postcards, greeting cards, maps, certificates, and miscellany. This series is divided into three sub-series. Sub-series 1 contains a substantial collection of illustrated postcards illustrating portraits of prominent Ukrainian literary and historical figures, cities of Ukraine, Russia, and in Europe, illustrations by Ukrainian artists, events, Ukrainian folk art, and some from the Displaced Persons camps in Germany. These are contained in boxes 175-178. Sub-series 2 contains Ukrainian and English Christmas, Easter, and Birthday greeting cards received by Granovsky over many years. The Ukrainian greeting cards, many of which can be considered letters, contain scenes of Christmas and Easter as they were celebrated in Ukraine. These are illustrations of Ukrainian embroidery, and the uniquely decorated Ukrainian Easter eggs. They are located in boxes 181-183. The English Christmas and Easter greeting cards are located in boxes 183-184. Sub-series 3 contains maps, certificates, and miscellany material. The maps (box 185) include those of Ukraine, Europe, and other countries. Granovsky received various certificates, and these are located in box 185. The miscellaneous material includes posters, banners, flyers, copies of addresses by various, pins and ribbons, and travel books and maps.
SUBSERIES 1. Illustrated postcards (Boxes 175-178)
Sub-series 1 contains a substantial collection of illustrated postcards illustrating portraits of prominent Ukrainian literary and historical figures, cities of Ukraine, Russia, and in Europe, illustrations by Ukrainian artists, events, Ukrainian folk art, and some from the Displaced Persons camps in Germany. These are contained in boxes 175-178.
BOX 175.
FOLDER 1. Postcards – Correspondence, ca. 1913-1975
FOLDER 2. Postcards – Album – Scenes of Russia, Ukraine, etc., undated (See Oversize #9)
FOLDER 3. Postcards – Portraits – Ukrainian prominent figures and other nationalities, undated
FOLDER 4. Postcards – Canada – Montreal, Quebec, 1945
FOLDER 5. Postcards – Germany, undated
FOLDER 6. Postcards - Holland, undated,
FOLDER 7. Postcards – Hungary, undated
FOLDER 8. Postcards – Russia, undated
FOLDER 9. Postcards – Russia, by I.E. Repin, undated
BOX 176.
FOLDER 1. Postcards – Ekaterinoslav, Russia, undated
FOLDER 2. Postcards – Ukraine, undated
FOLDER 3. Postcards – Hutsuls, undated
FOLDER 4. Postcards - Chust, ca. 1930s
FOLDER 5. Postcards – Kremenets and Bilokrynytsia, ca. 1911- 1913
FOLDER 6. Postcards – Kyiv, ca. 1920s-1930s
FOLDER 7. Postcards – Lutsk, undated
FOLDER 8. Postcards – Displaced Person’s Camps, (includes correspondence), 1940s
BOX 177.
FOLDER 1. Postcards – “Chorna Rada” (Black Council) by Panteleimon Kulish, undated
FOLDER 2. Postcards – “Haidamaky” by Taras H. Shevchenko, undated
FOLDER 3. Postcards – “Taras Bula” by Nicolai Gogol (Mykola Hohol), undated
FOLDER 4. Postcards – Vasyl Avramenko, 1928-1935
FOLDER 5. Postcards – Semen Demydchuk, 1912-1913
FOLDER 6. Non-postcards – Art works by V. Galinsky, undated
FOLDER 7. Non-postcards – Original art work by Konstiantyn Moshchenko, 1937, and Jacques Hnizdovsky, ca,1950s (See Oversize 13)
FOLDER 8. Postcards – Artwork by Taras H. Shevchenko, undated
FOLDER 9. Non-postcards – Graphic arts – E. Turkalo Rozhin, undated (includes famine of 1932-33)
FOLDER 10. Postcards – Drawings by Amvrozii Zhdakha illustrating Ukrainian folk songs, undated
FOLDER 11. Non-postcards – Ivan Shulha, undated
FOLDER 12. Non-postcards – Serhii Vasylivsky, undated
FOLDER 13. Postcards – Chicago World’s Fair – Ukrainian Exhibit Building, 1933
FOLDER 14. Postcards – Music Notes of Ukrainian Folk Songs, 1918, 1954, 1957, undated
FOLDER 15. Postcards and Poster – Reproductions of Ukrainian Artists, ca. 1907-1960s (See also Oversize #13)
FOLDER 16. Postcards – Types of Embroidery From Western Ukraine and others, ca. 1930s
FOLDER 17. Postcards – Ukrainian Boy Scouts, Czechoslovakia, 1936
FOLDER 18. Postcards – Ukrainian Churches – North America – undated
FOLDER 19. Postcards – Ukrainian Easter Eggs , ca. 1913-1960s
FOLDER 20. Non-postcards – Ukrainian Fold Art and Costumes, undated
FOLDER 21. Postcards – Ukrainian Handwork and Reproduction of Old Graphic Work, undated
BOX 178.
FOLDER 1. Postcards – Ukrainian Historical Coat of Arms, undated
FOLDER 2. Postcards – Ukraine Types, ca. 1930s
FOLDER 3. Postcards – Ukrains’ka Nakladnia Kyiv (Ukrainian Publishers – Kyiv), undated
FOLDER 4. Postcards – Ukrains’ka Sich (Ukrainian Sitch), 19915, ca. 1917
FOLDER 5. Postcards –Unveiling of the Taras Shevchenko Monument in Washington, D.C., June 27, m1964
FOLDER 6. Postcards – Taras H. Shevchenko, undated
FOLDER 7. Postcards /Plaque – Taras H. Shevchenko, undated
FOLDER 8. Postcards – United States – Pomona, CA, Ukrainian Exhibit, 1935
FOLDER 9. Postcards – United States - Cripple Creek, CO., undated
FOLDER 10. Postcards – United States – New York, NY, undated
FOLDER 11. Postcards – United States – Washington, D.C., undated
FOLDER 12. Postcards – United States – Wisconsin, undated
FOLDER 13. Postcards – United States – Official Freedom Train Postcards, undated
FOLDER 14. Postcards – Yugoslavia, undated
SUBSERIES 2. Greeting cards (Boxes 181-183)
Sub-series 2 contains Ukrainian and English Christmas, Easter, and Birthday greeting cards received by Granovsky over many years. The Ukrainian greeting cards, many of which can be considered letters, contain scenes of Christmas and Easter as they were celebrated in Ukraine. These are illustrations of Ukrainian embroidery, and the uniquely decorated Ukrainian Easter eggs. They are located in boxes 181-183. The English Christmas and Easter greeting cards are located in boxes 183-184.
BOX 178.
FOLDER 15. Greeting Cards and Postcards – Granovsky Family, ca. 1950s-1970s
FOLDER 16. Greeting Cards and Postcards – Nieprytsky Family, 1940s
FOLDER 17. General Greeting Cards – Birthdays, etc., ca. 1950s-1970s
BOX 179.
FOLDER 1. Greeting Cards – Birthdays, etc., ca. 1950s-1970s
FOLDER 2. Greeting Cards and Postcards – Ukrainian, ca. 1950s-1970s
FOLDER 3. Greeting Cards and Postcards – Ukrainian, ca. 1950s-1970s
FOLDER 4. Greeting Cards and Postcards – Ukrainian, ca. 1950s-1970s
BOX 180.
FOLDER 1. Greeting Cards – Birthdays, etc., ca. 1950s-1970s
FOLDER 2. Greeting Cards – Birthdays, etc., ca. 1950s-1970s
FOLDER 3. Greeting Cards – Birthdays, etc., ca. 1950s-1970s
FOLDER 4. Greeting Cards – Birthdays, etc., ca. 1950s-1970s
BOX 181.
FOLDER 1. Christmas Greeting Cards and Postcards – Ukrainian, ca.1950s-1970s
FOLDER 2. Greeting Cards – Letters and note cards – Ukrainian, 1940s-1970s
FOLDER 3. Christmas Postcards – Lviv, Ukraine, undated
FOLDER 4. Christmas Postcards – “Ukrains’ke Mystetstvo” (Ukrainian Art), undated
FOLDER 5. Christmas Greeting Card – Ukrainian – New York, NY, 1920
FOLDER 6. Christmas and Easter Greeting Cards – Ukrainian – Artist Mykola Anastasievsky, 1940-1970s
FOLDER 7. Christmas and Easter Greeting Cards – Ukrainian – Artist Mykola Anastasievsky, 1950-1970s
FOLDER 8. Christmas and Easter Greeting Cards – Ukrainian – Artist Mykola Antochy, 1950s-1970s
BOX 182.
FOLDER 1. Christmas and Easter Greeting Cards – Ukrainian – Artist Mykola Antochy
FOLDER 2. Christmas Greeting Card – Ukrainian – by Alexander A. Granovsky, 1937
FOLDER 3. Christmas Greeting Card – Ukrainian – by Boris Grinwaldt, undated
FOLDER 4. Greeting Cards – Ukrainian – Graphic Artist Jacques Hnizdovsky, 1950s-1960s
FOLDER 5. Christmas Greeting Cards – Ukrainian – Graphic Artist Oleksander Kaniuka, ca,.1950s-1970s
FOLDER 6. Christmas and Easter Greeting Cards – Ukrainian – Artist Edward Kozak, ca.1950-1970s
FOLDER 7. Christmas Greeting Cards – Ukrainian – Artist Stepan Lutsyk, undated
FOLDER 8. Christmas Greeting Cards – Ukrainian – Artist Mykhailo Mychalevych, 1950s
FOLDER 9. Christmas Greeting Cards – Ukrainian – Artist Olexa Powstenkko, 1961
FOLDER 10. Christmas and Other Greeting Postcards –Ukrainian – Artist Yaroslav Pstrak, undated
FOLDER 11. Christmas Greeting Cards – Ukrainian – Artist Yurii Slastion, undated
FOLDER 12. Christmas and Easter Greeting Cards – Ukrainian – Artist Volodymyr Zalutsky
FOLDER 13. Christmas and Easter Greeting Cards – English – Graphic Artist Muriel L. Simpson – University of Saskatchewan, 1950s
FOLDER 14. Christmas and Easter Greeting Cards and Postcards – Europe, 1950s-1970s
FOLDER 15. Easter Greeting Cards and Post Cards – Ukrainian, ca.1930s-1970s
BOX 183.
FOLDER 1. Easter Greeting Cards and Postcards – Ukrainian, ca.1940s-1970s
FOLDER 2. Easter Greeting Cards and Postcards – Ukrainian, ca.1950s-1970s
FOLDER 3. Easter Greeting Cards – Ukrainian – Artist Serhij Kindzerjavyj-Pastukhiv, undated
FOLDER 4. Easter Greeting Cards – Ukrainian – Artist Olena Kulchytska, 1950
FOLDER 5. Easter Greeting Cards – Ukrainian – Artist Osyp Kuryla, undated
FOLDER 6. Easter Greeting Cards – Ukrainian – Artist Myron Levytsky, undated
FOLDER 7. Easter Greeting Cards – Ukrainian – Artist Oksana Liaturynska, undated
FOLDER 8. Easter Greetings – Letters, notes – Ukrainian, 1950s-1960s
FOLDER 9. Easter Greeting Cards and Postcards – English, ca.1950s-1970s
FOLDER 10. Easter Greeting Cards and Postcards – English, ca.1950s-1970s
BOX 184.
FOLDER 1. Easter Greeting Cards – English, ca.1950s-1970s
FOLDER 2. Postcards and Greeting Cards – Blank, undated
FOLDER 3. Miscellaneous –Letter Heads and Commemorative Envelopes – Blank
SUBSERIES 3. Maps, certificates and miscellany (Box 185)
Sub-series 3 contains maps, certificates, and miscellany material. The maps (box 185) include those of Ukraine, Europe, and other countries. Granovsky received various certificates, and these are located in box 185. The miscellaneous material includes posters, banners, flyers, copies of addresses by various, pins and ribbons, and travel books and maps.
BOX 184.
FOLDER 4. Maps – Ukraine, Europe, etc., various dates
FOLDER 5. Maps – Ukraine, Europe, etc., various dates (See also Oversize#13)
BOX 185.
FOLDER 1. Maps – Ukraine, Europe, etc., various dates
FOLDER 2. Maps – Ukraine, Europe, etc., various dates
FOLDER 3. Taras Shevchenko Monument – Unveiling – Commemorative Scroll, 1965 (See Oversize #8)
FOLDER 4. Certificates – Prof. Alexander A. Granovsky, 1923-1963 (See Oversize #8)
FOLDER 5. Certificates – Irene (Thorpe) Granovsky, 1915-1923, ca,1947 (See Oversize #8)
FOLDER 6. Posters – Birds, by J.J. Audubon, undated (See Oversize #8)
FOLDER 7. Posters, flyers – Ukrainian Chorus “Dnipro” of the Twin Cities, Benefit Concert for the International Institute of Minnesota, 1971 (See Oversize 8)
FOLDER 8. Flyers – The Roman Catholic Church of St. Andrew Bobola – Building Fund, Boniface, Manitoba, 1952 (See Oversize #8)
FOLDER 9. Banner – St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, undated (See Oversize #8)
FOLDER 10. Banner – Loyal Americans of Ukrainian Descent, Minneapolis, MN, undated (See Oversize #8)
FOLDER 11. Banners – Floral Pattern (Festival of Nations?), St. Paul, MN, undated (See Oversize #8)
FOLDER 12. Amerikans’kaia Rus’ (American Rus) – Photocopy of article in Russkoe Obozrenie (Russian Review), 1947-1948 (See Oversize #8)
FOLDER 13. Poster-Calendar – Great Northern Railway Route of the Empire Build, 1938 (See Oversize #8)
FOLDER 14. Posters, 1934, 1953, undated (See Oversize #6 and 13)
FOLDER 15. Poster, flyers, etc., ca.1911-1977
FOLDER 16. Music sheets – Ukrainian and other composers, 1930s
FOLDER 17. Alexander A. Granovsky – Plaster cast (portrait), 1955 (See Oversize #10)
FOLDER 18. Vyznachni Syny Ukrainy (Prominent Sons of Ukraine), undated
FOLDER 19. Tryzub (Trident) – Ukrains’ke Posvstans’ke Viis’ko (Ukrainian Insurgent Army) undated (See Oversize #10)
FOLDER 20. Buttons, Ribbons, etc. of various events in the Ukrainian Community in America, 1911-1970s (See Oversize #12 and 13)
FOLDER 21. Commemorative Stamps, undated
BOX 186.
FOLDER 1. Addresses of Ukrainian and Non-Ukrainian Individuals and Organizations
FOLDER 2. Addresses of Ukrainian and Non-Ukrainian Individuals and Organizations
FOLDER 3. Addresses of Ukrainian and Non-Ukrainian Individuals and Organizations
FOLDER 4. Addresses of Ukrainian and Non-Ukrainian Individuals and Organizations
BOX 187.
FOLDER 1. Addresses of Ukrainian and Non-Ukrainian Individuals and Organizations
FOLDER 2. Addresses of Ukrainian and Non-Ukrainian Individuals and Organizations
FOLDER 3. Travel Books and Maps – Europe
FOLDER 4. Travel Books and Maps – Europe


SERIES 12. Photographs (Please note that photographs are also located in other series.)

This series contains over 400 photographs. These are of Granovsky and his family in Ukraine and America, his birthday celebrations (a Ukrainian American local community event), classmates in Ukraine, trips to Europe after WWII, the opening of the Ukrainian American Collection at the Immigration History Research Center (IHRC), visitors to the IHRC, Ukrainians in the Twin Cities and the US, and various events.
BOX 188.
FOLDER 1. Alexander A. Granovsky – Portraits, 1905-1971, 29 photos
FOLDER 2. Alexander A. Granovsky – Family in Ukraine, ca.1909-1911, 1956, 1972, 7 photos, 2 negatives (See also Oversize #6)
FOLDER 3. Alexander A. Granovsky – Family in St. Paul, MN, ca.1940s-1950s, 1973, 21 photos, 5 negatives
FOLDER 4. Alexander A. Granovsky – 70th Birthday Celebration, 1957, 11 photos, 1 graphic design (flyer)
FOLDER 5. Alexander A. Granovsky – 80th Birthday Celebration, 1967, 4 photos, 1 poscard (Mnohii Lita – Many Years!)
FOLDER 6. Alexander A. Granovsky – 85th Birthday Celebration, 1972, 37 photos
FOLDER 7. Alexander A. Granovsky – Miscellaneous, 1971, 3 photos
FOLDER 8. Friends of Alexander A. Granovsky – Kyiv and other places in Ukraine, 1883, ca.1903-1913, 47 photos
FOLDER 9. Ol’ha Foinits’ka – Kyiv, 1912, 1 photo
FOLDER 10. Rosa – Kyiv, 1910, 1913, 2 photos
FOLDER 11. T.A. Sofronov – Kyiv, ca.1910, 3 photos
FOLDER 12. Ivan Severyn, - Kyiv, 1911, 2 photos
FOLDER 13. Farm Cooperative School – Bilokrynytsia, Ukraine – Class photos, 1903-1905, 17 photos
FOLDER 14. Alexander A. Granovsky and Friends in Ukraine, ca.1905-1917, 13 photos
FOLDER 15. Kremenets, Ukraine, undated, 5 postcards and 3 photos
FOLDER 16. Ukrainian Club – Kyiv, ca.1912, 15 photos, 1 slide, 1 negative (See also Oversize #6)
BOX 189.
FOLDER 1. Alexander A. Granovsky – New York, ca.1913, 1 photo
FOLDER 2. Alexander A. Granovsky – Chicago, 1913, 4 photos
FOLDER 3. Alexander A. Granovsky – Fort Collins, CO., 1916, 4 photos
FOLDER 4. Alexander A. Granovsky – Pland Pathology Dept. – University of Wisc., 1922-1923, 10 photos, 8 negatives
FOLDER 5. Alexander A. Granovsky’s trip to Germany, 1940s, 49 photos
FOLDER 6. Placques – Awards, ca.1956, 1971-1972, 9 photos
FOLDER 7. IHRC – Opening of the Ukrainian Section of the Immigrant Archives, 1966, 5 photos, 1 program
FOLDER 8. Symbolic Key to the Ukrainian Section, January 16, 1966, 2 photos, 2 slides, 2 negatives
FOLDER 9. IHRC – Donations – Donors, ca.1970, 16 photos
FOLDER 10. IHRC – Visitors – Walter Dushnyck, ca.1970
FOLDER 11. IHRC – Visitors – Ivan Rozhin, et al, 1969, 17 photos, 1 negative, 1 letter
FOLDER 12. IHRC – Visitors – Ukrainian National Association and Ukrainian Workingmen’s Association, 1966? 1 photo
FOLDER 13. IHRC – Visitors – Dmytro Shtohryn and Stepan Horak, 1970, 3 photos
FOLDER 14. Cheremosh Dance Group – Twin Cities, MN, 1950s-1960s, 5 photos
FOLDER 15. Proclamation for “Ukrainian Independence Day” – State Capitol, St. Paul, MN, 1958, 1961, 1971, 28 photos
FOLDER 16. St. George’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, 1958, 5 photos
FOLDER 17. St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Minneapolis, MN, 1926, 1948-1975, 20 photos, 1 booklet (1953)
FOLDER 18. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America – MN Branch, ca.1960s, 1 photo
FOLDER 19. Ukrainian Evening – International Institute of Minnesota, 1970, 6 photos, 1 letter
FOLDER 20. Ukrainian Exhibit – Festival of Nations, St. Paul, MN, ca.1939, 1955, 9 photos
FOLDER 21. Ukrainian Exhibit – Minnesota State Fair, ca.1938, 2 photos
BOX 190.
FOLDER 1. Ukrainian Folk Ballet and Chorus of the Twin-Cities, MN, ca.1930s-1960s, 39 photos, 1 negative (See also Oversize #6)
FOLDER 2. Ukrainian Independence Day Celeration, Twin- Cities, MN, undated, 3 photos
FOLDER 3. Ukrainian Men’s Chorus, Germany, 1948?, 1 photo
FOLDER 4. Ukrainian National Chorus of the Twin-Cities, MN, 1926, 1930s, 5 photos (See also Oversize #6)
FOLDER 5. Ukrainian Student Club – University of Minnesota, 1940, 1950s, 2 photos
FOLDER 6. Ukrainian Traditional Breads – Exhibit, Sts. Volodymyr and Olga Ukrainian Orthodox Church Hall, St. Paul, MN, 1968, 3 photos
FOLDER 7. Ukrainian Twin Cities Community – Demonstrations, 1956-1957, 16 photos
FOLDER 8. Ukrains’ke Tovarystvo “Zaporizhska Sich” (UNA Branch#385 – Ukrainian Society of “Zaporizhian Sich”), 1920, 1 photo (See Oversize #6)
FOLDER 9. Weddings – Twin Cities, MN, 1914, ca.1930s, ca. 1940s, undated, 6 photos, (See also Oversize #6)
FOLDER 10. Mykola Haydayk, St. Paul, MN, undated, 2 photo
FOLDER 11. Maria Procai, Minneapolis, MN, ca.1970s, 1 photo
FOLDER 12. Yurij Pundyk Family, Minneapolis, 1962, 1 photo
FOLDER 13. Mazeppa, MN, 1959, 2 photos, 3 negatives
FOLDER 14. Ukrainian Community Events, 1954-1967, 1970s, 28 photos (See also Oversize #6)
FOLDER 15. Ukrainian National Museum and Library, Ontario, CA, undated, 1 photo
FOLDER 16. Ukrainians in Chicago, 1917, 1 photo postcard
FOLDER 17. Ukrainian Folk Dance and Ballet presented by V. Avramenko – Chicago Civic Opera Stage, 1931, 1 photo (See Oversize #13)
FOLDER 18. Ukrainian National Association, Convention, 22nd, Cleveland, OH, 1950, 1 photo (See Oversize #10)
FOLDER 19. Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus, Detroit, MI, 1958, 1 photo
FOLDER 20. Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, New York, NY, 1955, 1 photo
FOLDER 21. Ukrainian-American Leaders Meet with John F. Dulles, Washington, D.C., 1956, 1 photo
FOLDER 22. Ukrainian National Women’s League of America, Convention, 43th, New York, NY, 1939, 1 photo (See Oversize #10)
FOLDER 23. Roma Pryma, New York, NY, 1957, 6 photos
FOLDER 24. M. Kovalchuk, Sculptor, Taras H. Shevchenko Monument, 1963, 7 photos, plus written material
FOLDER 25. Ukrainian Orthodox Chuerch in the USA, South Bound Brook, NJ, 1952, 1 photo
FOLDER 26. “Natalka Poltavka” (Natalka from Poltava), 1936, 6 photos
FOLDER 27. Ruthenian Greek Catholic Socieities Exhibit, New York, NY, ca.1930s, 2 photos (See Oversize #6)
FOLDER 28. World Congress of Free Ukrainians, New York, NY, 1967, 2 photos
FOLDER 29. Ukrainians in Canada, 1961, 1973, 5 photos
FOLDER 30. Vasyl Yemetez, ca.1940s, 1964, 6 photos
FOLDER 31. Association Culturelle De L’Eglise Orthodox Autocephale En France, Confrerie Saint-Simon En France, 1973os, 2 photos
FOLDER 32. Memorial Display for Evhen Konovalets, Rotterdam, Holland, ca.1940s, 1 photo
FOLDER 33. Ukrainians in Germany, 1948, 1958, 1968, 9 photos, 1 negative (double)
FOLDER 34. Taras H. Shevchenko Monument, Buenos Aires, Argentina, ca.1961? 4 photos
FOLDER 35. Ukrainian Currency, undated, 2 negatives, 2 slides
FOLDER 36. Ukrainian Embroidery and Kilims – Exhibit – Ukraine, ca.1930s, 11 photos
FOLDER 37. Ukrainian Traditional Dress – Ukraine, 1930s? 1 photo
FOLDER 38. Ukrainian Exhibit – Los Angeles County Fair, Ponoma, CA, 1936, 1 postcard photo
FOLDER 39. H. Kovalenko, ca.1930s? 1 photo
FOLDER 40. Venice, Italy, 1938, 5 photos, 5 negatives
FOLDER 41. Miscellaneous photos – undidentified, undated


SERIES 13. Audio-visual materials

This series includes interviews with Granovsky; recordings of Ukrainian music; video of the opening of the Literary Memorial Museum of A. Neprytsky-Granovsky in Velyki Berezhtsi, Ukraine in 1996; and likely a film of the unveiling of the Taras H. Shevchenko monument in Washington, D.C. in 1964.
BOX 191.

Motion picture films (16mm) likely of the unveiling of the Taras H. Shevchenko monument in Washington D.C. (July 1964) films dated 1964 and 1966

Anniversary ODWU banquet at Lehighton, PA, (1 reel-to-reel), 1961

Interview with Granovsky, perhaps by “C. Batchynsky,” (1 reel- to- reel), 1956

BOX 192.

Ukrainian Folk song records (75s and LPs), undated

Opening of the Literary Memorial Museum of A. Neprytsky-Granovsky in Velyki Berezhtsi, Ukraine, videos taken by Warren A. Armstrong, 1996 (3 compact cassettes)



SERIES 14. Oversize materials

BOX 193. (Oversize 1)
Biographical Materials – 1957, 70th Birthday (album): Letters of Greetings and photos
BOX 194. (Oversize 2)
Natalka Poltavka (Natalka from Poltava), Lithograph Poster, 1936
BOX 195. (Oversize 3)
World Congress of Free Ukrainians (SKVU), 1962, 1967, 1973 - Banners – Conventions and Congresses
BOX 196. (Oversize 4)
ODWU – Congress, 2nd, Newark, NJ, 1936 (2 photos); ODWU – Convention, 1st, New Haven Connecticut, 1937 (2 photos); ODWU – Convention, 8th, Newark, NJ, 1938 (5 photos)
BOX 197. (Oversize 5)
Granovsky, Alexander A. – 25th Anniversary as President of ODWU, 1956; ODWU – Convention, 19th, New York, NY, 1954 (25th Anniversary Album, 29 photos)
BOX 198. (Oversize 6)
Posters, 1934, 1953, undated; Ukrains’ke Tovarystvo “Zaporizhska Sich” (UNA Branch#385 – Ukrainian Society of “Zaporizhian Sich”), 1920, 1 photo; Ruthenian Greek Catholic Societies Exhibit, New York, NY, ca.1930s, 2 photos; Weddings – Twin Cities, MN, 1914, ca.1930s, ca. 1940s, undated, 6 photos; Ukrainian Community Events, 1954-1967, 1970s,; Iskry Viry (Sparks of Faith) – correspondence,: Konovalets, Evhen, Portrait given to Granovsky, Funeral, – Rotterdam, 1938
BOX 199. (Oversize 7)
Symbolic Key and framed certificate - opening of the Ukrainian American collection at the IHRC
BOX 200. (Oversize 8)
Amerikans’kaia Rus’ (American Rus) – Photocopy of article in Russkoe Obozrenie (Russian Review), 1947-1948; Taras Shevchenko Monument – Unveiling – Commemorative Scroll, 1965; Certificates – Prof. Alexander A. Granovsky, 1923-1963; Certificates – Irene (Thorpe) Granovsky, 1915-1923, ca,1947; Posters;
BOX 201. (Oversize 9)
Postcards – Album – Scenes of Russia, Ukraine, etc., undated
BOX 202. (Oversize 10)
Tryzub – Ukrains’ke Povstans’ke Viis’ko (Trident – Ukrainian Insurgent Army), undated; Ukrainian National Association, Convention, 22nd, Cleveland, OH, 1950, 1 photo; Ukrainian National Women’s League of America, Convention, 43th, New York, NY, 1939, 1 photo
BOX 203. (Oversize 11)
Materials pertaining to the Easter eggs article in the National Geographic; AAG’s BA degree certificate, Nixon campaign poster
BOX 204. (Oversize 12)
Buttons, Ribbons, etc. of various events in the Ukrainian Community in America, 1911-1970s
BOX 205. (Oversize 13)
Great Coat of Arms of Ukraine, ca.1950s, Posters, 1934, 1953, undated, Buttons, Ribbons, etc. of various events in the Ukrainian Community in America, 1911-1970s, Biographical Materials, including signed commemoration) 80th Birthday, Oct. 1967–Jan. 13, 1968; Displaced Persons – News clippings and Commemoration, Non-postcards – Original art work by Konstiantyn Moshchenko, 1937, and Jacques Hnizdovsky, ca,1950s; Postcards and Poster – Reproductions of Ukrainian Artists, ca. 1907-1960s, Maps – Ukraine, Europe, etc., various dates; Ukrainian Folk Dance and Ballet presented by V. Avramenko – Chicago Civic Opera Stage, 1931; Symbolic Art of the Ukrainian Easter Eggs
BOX 206. (Oversize 14)
20th Convention of the Ukrainian National Association in Harrisburg, PA, 1941 – 1 oversize

 

SERIES 15. Supplemental materials

This series consists of materials added to the collection at the final stages of processing and grouped into three subseries: 1. Personal papers, 2. Publications and circulars, 3. Audio/Visual.
SUBSERIES 1. Personal papers (Boxes 207-215)
Box 213 includes materials pertaining to the ODWU.
SUBSERIES 2. Publications and circulars (Boxes 216-221)
SUBSERIES 3. Audio/visual (Box 222)
Albums containing LP records featuring Ukrainian music performed by Ukrainian American and Ukrainian Canadian artists. Also included are reel-to-reel tapes.



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