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Stefania Halychyn (1913–1994)

Stefania Halychyn was born in Hnylche, Ternopil district, Ukraine. Once she emigrated 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. In 1923, Halychyn's husband, Dmytro Halychyn, emigrated to the United States, where he worked as vice chairman of the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America and as secretary and president of the Ukrainian National Association.

Immigration to the US Resources

Listed below are digital resources from the Immigration to the US collection about, or related to, Stefania Halychyn. These resources represent only a selection of Harvard's materials by or about this individual.

Personal Papers

Halychyn, Stefania, 1913–1994. Papers, 1913–1962. Ukrainian Research Institute Library, Harvard University.

Included here is Dmytro Halychyn's immigration paperwork:

Full Collection Citation

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

Electronic Finding Aid

Halychyn, Stefania, 1913–1994. Papers, 1913–1962: A Finding Aid. Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.