|Abstract:||Papers (1939-1972) of Ukrainian American ballet master and film producer Vasyl (or Wasyl) Avramenko (1895- ) comprise programs, flyers, and pictures of his activities in the United States and Canada.|
|Quantity:||0.5 linear in.|
|Language:||In Ukrainian, Yiddish, and English.|
Vasyl (or Wasyl) Avramenko (1895- ) was born in Stebliv, Ukraine. He attended several dance and theater schools before serving in the Russian Army in World War I and the Ukrainian Army from 1918-1920. During his long career, Avramenko organized numerous dance schools and directed many performances in the United States and Canada, including spectacles at the Chicago World's Fair of 1933 and at the White House. He also produced Ukrainian language films and owned a dance studio in New York.
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The Avramenko, Vasyl Papers, Ukrainian American Collection, Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota
|Ballet--Study and teaching.|
|Motion picture producers and directors.|
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