|Abstract:||Papers (1914-1975) of Anna (Barzyk) Procanin include business and personal correspondence, photographs, and newspaper clippings.|
|Quantity:||6 linear in.|
|Language:||In Polish and English.|
Anna (Barzyk) Procanin (Mrs. Peter), a mother of five who lived in Chicago, Illinois, was active in several Polish American and other organizations. Her memberships included the Polish National Alliance of U.S. of N.A., Warehouse and Mail Order Employers Union, Local #743 (Chicago), and Klub Leczan #1. The latter, a charitable organization, was founded in Chicago in 1923; members were person from Leki Gorne, Poland, who provided aid to those in their home area.
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The Procanin, Anna Papers, Polish American Collection, Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota
|Polish Americans--Illinois--Chicago--Societies, etc.|
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