|Abstract:||Materials related to John Radzilowski's activities in the following Polish American organziations: Polish American Cultural Institute of Minnesota (PACIM), Polish American Historical Association (PAHA) and Polish Museum of America. Collection also contains documentation regarding the expansion of NATO in 1998 (to include Poland, Czech Republic and Hungary) and the associated lobbying efforts of the concerned ethnic groups in the United States, and also regarding the Holy Cross Parish and the Polish National Alliance hall in Northeast Minneapolis. Included are also John Radzilowski's research notes, drafts of chapters, photocopied sources and other materials related to his research during the writing of his "History of the Polish Roman Catholic Union of America". Print materials (1 box) were separated from the manuscript collection and included in the IHRC Polish American print holdings.|
|Quantity:||3 lin. ft.|
Collection donated to the IHRC by John Radzilowski in 1998 and 2007.
Donor retains literary rights to his writings contained in the collection and requests that he be notified when researchers intend to quote any of the material authored by him in their anticipated publications.
The Radzilowski, John collection is the physical property of the Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota.
For further information regarding the copyright, please contact the IHRC.
The Radzilowski, John Papers, Polish American Collection, Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota
|Polish American Historical Association|
|Polish National Alliance of the United States of North America|
BOX 1. JR1
|NATO expansion and ethnic lobbying for it, Polish Cultural Institute of Minnesota, Polish American Historical Association|
BOX 2. JR2
|Holy Cross parish, Research notes, photocpied sources and correspondence related to History of PRCUA|
BOX 3. JR3
|Newspapers containing articles written by John Radzilowski|
BOX 4. Oversize 1
|Binder containing documentation on the Polish National Alliance Hall in Northeast Minneapolis, large format photocopies of sources for JR's History of PRCUA|
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