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Papers, 1913-1962
Halychyn, Stefania, 1913-1994, creator
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[Series 2, Personal files; Certificates and diplomas, 1913-1961 Provides access to page images of this portion of the collection] 
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Ukrainian Res Inst
1 box (1 linear ft.)
mixed material
Halychyn family ;  Halychyn, Stefania , 1913-1994 ;  Halychyn, Dmytro , 1895-1961 ;  Ukraïnsʹkyĭ Zolotyĭ Khrest v ZSA. ;  Orhanizat︠s︡ii︠a︡ derz︠h︡avnoho vidrodz︠h︡enni︠a︡ Ukraïny. ;  Ukrainian Congress Committee of America. ;  Ukrainian National Association. ;  Ukrainians -- United States ;  Ruthenia (Czechoslovakia)


Countries of Origin & Ethnic Groups

Journey to & Arrival in the U.S.


The papers include mostly material from Halychyn's activities as organizer and president of the Ukrainian Gold Cross. This material consists of circulars, correspondence, reports and speeches, as well as circular letters from the head of the Organization for the Rebirth of Ukraine (ODVU). There is additional material from her husband's, Dmytro Halychyn's, work as vice-chairman of the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, and as secretary and president of the Ukrainian National Association. The remainder of the collection is comprised of personal documents and family correspondence.

Halychyn (1913-1994) was born in Hnylche, Ternopil district. Once she emgirated to the United States, she became an active organizer and leader in Ukrainian-American women's activities. She served as the organizer and president of the Ukrainian Gold Cross, a humanitarian relief and educational association of Ukrainian women in the United States. Founded in 1931 as the women's auxiliary of the Organization for the Rebirth of Ukraine (ODVU), the association was renamed the Ukrainian Red Cross of the ODVU (1933) and incorporated in 1940 as the Ukrainian Gold Cross.

Stefania Halychyn Papers. Ukrainian Research Institute Library, Harvard University.

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