Mykola Haydak Papers, ca. 1945-1970

Immigration History Research Center
University of Minnesota

Abstract | Provenance/Processing | Biographical Sketch | Prelimlinary Container List


Haydak, Mykola
Papers, ca. 1945-1970
10 linear feet
Preliminary Inventory

Abstract

Haydak came to the United States from Ukraine in 1930.  He received his Ph.D. in entomology from the University of Wisconsin and then taught at the University of Minnesota.  He published extensively in the entomology field and was a member of many professional societies.  Prior to his arrival in America, Haydak had studied in Ukraine and Czechoslovakia and was a volunteer in World War I.

Papers include correspondence, materials pertaining to the Ukrainian Folk Ballet (Twin Cities, MN), a collection of Ukrainian Christmas and Easter cards, materials about Ukrainian immigrants, the Slavonic Encyclopedia, and Ukrainian- Jewish relations.  Correspondents include: family members; Mykola Nebesenko; Simon M. Nechay; Petro Filipovich; Alexander Filipovich; Walter Galan, Executive Director of the United Ukrainian American Relief Committee; Ulas Samchuk; Evhen Onatsky; Dmytro Havrylenko; Andrii Kist; Ivan Kist; H. F. Wilson; Vily Peterca; Naukove Toverystvo im. Shevchenka (Shevchenko Scientific Society, Inc.); Ukraïns'kyi Tekhnichno-Hospodars'kyi Intstytut (Ukrainian Technical and Husbandry Institute); Ukrainian American Association of University Professors; and various World War II refugees.  Includes English and a few items in Czech.

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Provenance/Processing

The Mykola Haydak collection was acquired from Mrs. Mykola Haydak and relatives by Professor A.A. Granovsky between November 1971 and around May 1972.   Preliminary inventory prepared for the Internet by Student Assistant Jessica Roskoski and Assistant Curator Heather Muir in 2001.

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Biographical Sketch

Haydak migrated from Ukraine to the U.S. in 1930, where he received a Ph.D. in entomology from the University of Wisconsin and subsequently taught at the University of Minnesota. The collection included correspondence with Ukrainian research and educational centers, materials pertaining to the Ukrainian Folk Ballet in the Twin Cities, correspondence with his mother and relatives in Ukraine, a collection of Ukrainian Christmas and Easter cards, and materials regarding Ukrainian immigrants, the Slavonic Encyclopedia, Ukrainian-Jewish relations, etc.

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Preliminary Container List

 
Box Contents
1 Letters to editors on Ukraine
Miscellaneous letters
Filipovych, A.- others
Filipovych, Petro
Ukrainica (1)
Ukrainica (2)
Bills for Ukrainian (People)?
UFBTC- Miscellaneous (Ukrainian Folk Ballet in Twin Cities) (1)
UFBTC- Miscellaneous (2)
UFBTC- Miscellaneous (3)
UFBTC- 1953 (4)
UFBTC- 1960 (5)
UFBTC- 1960 (6)
UFBTC- 1960 (7)
UFBTC- 1960 (8)
Ukrainian D.P. (Correspondence) (1)
Ukrainian D.P. (Correspondence) (2)
Savchuk- others
Dekhnych & others
Ukrainian D.P. (Correspondence) (3)
Ukrainian D.P. (Correspondence) (4)
Ukrainian American Relief Co. 1954
Romanenko, Nechai
2 Miscellaneous Ukrainian materials
Miscellaneous Ukrainian materials
St. Michael’s- Anniversary and Bazar (Booklets)
Ukrainian-Jewish Relations- Miscellaneous materials
Ukrainian Archives
UTHI (Ukrainskyi Technichno-Hospodarskyi Instytut)- correspondence
Festival of Nations
Christmas Customs in Ukraine
Music
Correspondence and Miscellaneous material
Granovsky, A.A.
Shelukhin, Serhii, 1864-
Ukraine through Centuries (1)
Ukraine through Centuries (2)
Ukraine through Centuries (3)
Ukraine through Centuries (4)
Ukrainian Quarterly- Correspondence
Ukrainian Orthodox League
St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church
Miscellaneous Correspondence
Miscellaneous- Private- Correspondence (1)
Miscellaneous- Private- Correspondence (2)
Encyclopedia Slavonica- Furnished articles (1)
Encyclopedia Slavonica- Furnished articles (2)
Makhiv, Hryhorii- “Ukrainska chernozem ta ioho ekonomichni mozhlyvosti.”
3 Postcards, Christmas cards, Easter cards, etc.
Postcards, Christmas cards, Easter cards, etc.
Postcards, Christmas cards, Easter cards, etc.
Ukrainian Christmas and Easter cards
Haydak, Anna- (Mother of Prof. M. Haydak) correspondence 1920-1933
Haydak, Anna- correspondence, 1934-1948
Aunt Fanya & others- correspondence
Letters to be answered
Borowsky & others- correspondence
Kist, Ivan- correspondence
K.A. (Australia)- correspondence
Onatskyi, Ievhen- correspondence
Nebosenko, Mykola- correspondence
Uncle Ivan- correspondence from relatives of Ukraine
Ukrainian miscellaneous correspondence
Miscellaneous correspondence- CSR
Peterca, V.- correspondence
Kist, Andrii- correspondence
Havryhenko, D.- correspondence
Ukrainian currency- 1918-1920, Ukrainian maps (3) 17th century
History of Ukrainian Orthodox Church- original translation (1)
History of Ukrainian Orthodox Church- original translation (2)
History of Ukrainian Orthodox Church- First typed copy
History of Ukrainian Orthodox  Church- final written copy
Personal mail to answer
UKADET- materials (& others)
Prokopovich, Petro
Correspondence
Immigration to U.S.A.- M. Haydak Papers
4 Jewish question (1)
Jewish question (2)
Jewish question (3)
Jewish question (4)
Jewish question (5)
Jewish question (6)
Jewish question (7)
Jewish question (8)
Jewish question (9)
Jewish question (10)
Jewish question (11)
Jewish question (12)
Kosarenko- Kosarevych, B. “MOSKOVS’KYI SFINKS”
Shevchenko, Taras H. [1814-1861] (1)
Shevchenko, Taras H. [1814-1861] (2)
Shevchenko, Taras H. [1814-1861] (3)
Shevchenko, Taras H. [1814-1861] (4)
5 Shevchenko, Taras H. [1814-1861] (5)
Shevchenko, Taras H. [1814-1861] (6)
Shevchenko, Taras H. [1814-1861] (7)
Shevchenko, Taras H. [1814-1861] (8)
Shevchenko, Taras H. [1814-1861] (9)
Shevchenko, Taras H. [1814-1861] (10)
Shevchenko, Taras H. [1814-1861] (11)
Shevchenko, Taras H. [1814-1861] (12)
Shevchenko, Taras H. [1814-1861] (13)
Shevchenko, Taras H. [1814-1861] (14)
Shevchenko, Taras H. [1814-1861] (15)
Shevchenko, Taras H. [1814-1861] (16)
Shevchenko, Taras H. [1814-1861] (17)
Ukrainian Correspondence Courses (1)
Ukrainian Correspondence Courses (2)
Ukrainian Correspondence Courses (3)
Ukrainian Correspondence Courses (4)
Ukrainian Correspondence Courses (5)
Miscellaneous Ukrainian Articles (1)
6 Miscellaneous Ukrainian Articles (2)
Miscellaneous Ukrainian Articles (3)
Miscellaneous Ukrainian Articles (4)
Miscellaneous Ukrainian Articles (5)
Miscellaneous Ukrainian Articles (6)
Miscellaneous Ukrainian Articles (7)
Miscellaneous Ukrainian Articles (8)
Miscellaneous Ukrainian Articles (9)
Miscellaneous Ukrainian Articles (10)
Miscellaneous Ukrainian Articles (11)
Miscellaneous Ukrainian Articles (12)
Miscellaneous Ukrainian Articles (13)
Miscellaneous Ukrainian Articles (14)
Miscellaneous Ukrainian Articles (15)
Miscellaneous Ukrainian Articles (Veselka) (16)
Miscellaneous Ukrainian Articles (Veselka) (17)
7 Miscellaneous Ukrainian Articles (18)
Miscellaneous Ukrainian Articles (19)
Haydak, Mykola- Documents, transcripts, passports [1917-1920s]
Haydak, M.- N.T. Sh. (1)
Haydak, M.- N.T. Sh. (2)
Haydak, M.- N.T. Sh. (3)
Haydak, M. (4)
Haydak, M. (5)
Haydak, M. (6)
Haydak, M. (7)
Haydak, M. (8)
Haydak, M. (9)
Haydak, M.- Ukrainian American Association (10)
Haydak, M.- Personal
Haydak, M. (1)
Greeting cards, Christmas cards, Easter cards- 2 envelopes
8 Miscellaneous bulletins, postcards, Christmas and Easter cards, programs and Slavonic Encyclopedia

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