|Creator:||Kukuruza, Pawlo, 1896-1978.|
|Abstract:||Papers of publisher and editor Pawlo Kukuruza include correspondence with the UNCHR Indemnification Fund, UUARC, Inc., doctors and lawyers, and various Ukrainian Americans regarding publications; newspaper clippings; photocopies of journals he edited and published; biographical materials; a bibliography of sub-Carpathian literature; publications about bee-keeping, and photographs.|
|Quantity:||1 linear ft.|
|Language:||In Ukrainian, English, German, and Czech.|
A publisher and editor, Pawlo Kukuruza (1896-1978) was born in Nova Ushchytsia, Ukraine and came to the United States in 1949 after living in Prague and Slovakia. Kukuruza had also lived in Uzhhorod where he organized the Pchilka Publishing house, which published monographs, the youth journal Pchilka, the montly Pidkarpatske pscholiarstvo and a series of children's books. He also edited almanacs of the Prosvita society and various textbooks. He was imprisoned in Hungary (1939) and in Germany (1941-1942). From 1945 to 1949, he organized the publishing activities of the Ukrainian Technicaland Husbandry Institute in Munich.
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The Kukuruza, Pawlo Papers, Ukrainian American Collection, Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota
|Ukrainian American publishers and publishing.|
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