|Creator:||Kuropas, Stepan, 1900-|
|Abstract:||Papers (1940- ) of Stephen Kuropas (1900- ) include correspondence, and programs for Ukrainian American cultural events. Also included are materials pertaining to his travels in Ukraine and Poland and to the Shevchenko Freedom Award.|
|Quantity:||3 linear ft.|
|Language:||In Ukrainian and English.|
A realtor and activist in Ukrainian American affairs, Stephen Kuropas (1900- ) was born in Peremysl, Ukraine, and came to the United States ca. 1929 after serving in various military units during World War II and after. He settled in Chicago, Illinois. Kuropas maintained membership in numerous Ukrainian American organizations including the Ukrainian National Association. He was a regular contributor to Svoboda, editor of Samostiina Ukraina, and a contributor to Ukraintsi u Vilnomu Sviti, J. C.
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The Kuropas, Stephen Papers, Ukrainian American Collection, Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota
|Awards and Prizes.|
|Ukrainian Americans--Social life and customs.|
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