|Creator:||Zozula, Yakiv Maksymovych, b.1893.|
|Abstract:||Papers (ca. 1964) of Yakiv Maksymovych Zozula (b. 1893) include stamps of the Fond Ukrainsk'koi Politekhniky and a typescript of his paper entitled "Dr. Mykhailo Briashchaiko Na Soimi Karpats'koi Ukrainy". The typescript paper commemorates the 25th anniversary of Carpatho-Ukraine, especially remembering March 15, 1939 at the Soin (parliament) of Carpatho-Ukraine and Dr. Mykhailo Briashchaiko's participation.|
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A lawyer, Yakiv Maksymovych Zozula (b.1893) was born in Lebedyn, Ukraine. After serving in the Russian Army (1911-1913) and in various government posts, he came to the United States following World War II. He taught at the Ukrainian Tech. Institute (New York, N.Y.), remained active in Ukrainian American and profession affairs, and wrote numerous articles.
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The Zozula, Yakiv Maksymovych Papers, Ukrainian American Collection, Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota
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