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At a Glance
Manuscripts, photographs, printed materials, and subject file of Ukrainian nationalist activist Oleksandr F. Skoropys-Ioltukhovs'kyi. There is a manuscript by Skoropys-Ioltukhovs'kyi"Meine Fahrt in die Karpaten-Ukraine." Four albums of photographs appear to concern chiefly the Vetsliar (sic!) Austro-Hungarian prisoner of war camp in 1917-18; Skoropys-Ioltukhovs'kyi carried on Ukrainian nationalist efforts there. Other photographs are of unidentified theatrical productions. Printed materials include offprints and books, and the subject file is on the death of Skoropys-Ioltukhovs'kyi's son, Vasyl, while in the German army in 1941.
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Source of acquisition--V. Skoropys-Ioltukhovs 'kyi & Levko Chikalenko. Method of acquisition--placed on deposit; Date of acquisition--1959.
About the Finding Aid / Processing Information
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Collection-level record describing unprocessed material made public in summer 2018 as part of the Hidden Collections initiative.