|Creator:||Yermolenko, Serhij Syla, b.1905.|
|Abstract:||Papers (1943-1981) of Yermolenko include correspondence, minutes, financial records of the Ukrainian Cultural and Arts Club of Minnesota; records of the Commemorative Committee for the Famine in Ukraine; material pertaining to the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America--Minnesota Branch; and records, including photographs, of the Ukrains'ke Zaporizhske Kozatstvo (Ukrainian Free Cossacks), whose headquarters were in Europe (1941-1945) and Chicago (1960-1975).|
|Quantity:||6 linear ft.|
|Language:||In Ukrainian, German, Czech, and Russian.|
An engineer, Serhij Syla Yermolenko (1905- ) was born in Koliadivka, Ukraine. He was educated at the Mining Academy, Pribram, CSR and at the University of Prague and worked as a mining and civil engineer until he came to the United States after World War II, where he was an engineer at Univac (now Unisys) in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota. Yermolenko was active professionally and in the Twin Cities Ukrainian community; he held various offices in social, cultural, church and political organizations.
The Yermolenko, Serhij Syla collection is available for public research.
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The Yermolenko, Serhij Syla Papers, Ukrainian American Collection, Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota
|Ukrainian Americans--Societies, etc.|
|Ukrainian Americans--Minnesota--Societies, etc.|
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