|Abstract:||Papers (1945-1974) of Lev (or Leon) Bykovsky (b. 1895), a retired librarian from Denver, Colorado, include correspondence; programs; and newspaper clippings pertaining to the Ukrainian Festival (Dauphin, Manitoba, Canada), and the Ukrainian Free University. Also included are two manuscripts and a typescript biography of Tekla and Hryhori Danys of San Francisco, California.|
|Quantity:||4.25 linear in.|
|Language:||In Ukrainian, English, Russian, Slovak, and Polish.|
Lev Bykovsky (b. 1895) was born in Vilkhivets, Kiev. A bibliographer and member of the Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the United States, he worked in libraries in Kiev, Warsaw, Kamianets-Podilskyi, and, after coming to the United States, in Denver, Colorado. After 1954, he served on the administrative staff of various research institutes, including the Black Sea Institute. Bykovsky also wrote numerous bibliographic studies and compiled many bibliographies.
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The Bykovskyi, Lev Papers, Ukrainian American Collection, Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota
|Ukrainian Americans--California--San Francisco.|
|Universities and colleges.|
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