|Abstract:||Papers ( 1973-1986) of Stepan Kikta (1918- ) consist of programs, flyers, and miscellany on Ukrainian community activities in Cleveland, Ohio, as well as reports of the Ukrainian Museum-Archives, Inc., and the financial reports of the Self-Reliance Credit Union, Inc. (Cleveland).|
|Quantity:||1.75 linear in.|
|Language:||In Ukrainian and English.|
A philatelist and community activist, Stepan Kikta (or Oles Cherko) (1918- ) was born in Ukraine and graduated from the gymnasium in Jaroslav in 1936. From 1936-1939, he was a correspondent for Novyi Chas and Batkivshchyna, and later was assistant director of Union of Ukrainian Co-operatives. He came to the United States following World War II and has been active in numerous Ukrainian American organizations. He has also published extensively on philately, and owns a large collection of Ukrainian postage stamps. Kikta lives in Brooklyn, Ohio.
The Kikta, Stepan collection is available for public research.
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The Kikta, Stepan Papers, Ukrainian American Collection, Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota
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