University of Minnesota
University of Minnesota LibrariesOnline Finding Aids
space Home | About Us | Search Tips | Finding Aids FAQ | View Basket |
Inventory of the Iurii Pundyk Papers, 1940.

Summary Information
Title: Iurii Pundyk Papers,
Dates: 1940
Creator: Pundyk, Iurii, 1918-1973.
Extent: 6.5 linear ft.
Language: In Ukrainian and English.
Collection Number: UKR
Repository: University of Minnesota Libraries. Immigration History Research Center

Access and Use

Biographical/Historical Note

A professor of economics at Hibbing Junior College (Hibbing, Minn.), Pundyk (1918-1973) was active in the Ukrainian American and general communities.


Collection Scope and Content Note

Papers (1940) of Youry Pundyk (1918-1973) include personal and professional correspondence, writings, newspaper lippings, newspapers, miscellany, and photographs. Correspondents include Oleh Shtul, Alxander A. Granovsky, Myron Kuropas, Denys Kurtkowsky, Andrii Melnyk, and others. Materials pertain to Ukrainians in Minnesota and in South America, Ukrainian Jewish and Ukrainian Russian relations, Ukrainian literature, Ukrainian history, and to organizations including the Organzation for the Rebirth of Ukraine (ODWU), the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists, the World Congress of Free Ukrainians, and the Ukrainian Youth Federation of America.

Related Material

Inventory available.

Subject Terms
Index Terms
  • This collection is indexed under the following headings in the catalog of the University of Minnesota Libraries. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons or places should search the catalog using these headings.
  • Z?H?danovych, O.
  • Granovsky, Alexander A.
  • Kuropas, Myron B.
  • Kurtkowsky, Denys.
  • Melnyk, Andrii.
  • Hibbing Junior College.--Faculty.
  • Orhanizat?s?ii?a? derz?h?avnoho vidrodz?h?enni?a? Ukraïny.
  • Ohanizatsiia ukrains'kykh natsionalistiv.
  • Ukrainian Youth Federation of America.
  • Ukrainian Committee in Salzburg.
  • World Congress of Free Ukrainians.
  • Photographs.
  • Ukraine--History.
  • South America--Foreign population.
  • Ukrainians--Relations with Jews.
  • Ukrainians--Relations with Russians.
  • Ukrainian-Americans--Societies, etc.
  • Ukrainians--South America.
  • Ukrainian Americans.
  • Ukrainian literature.
  • College teachers.
  • Ukrainian Americans--Minnesota--Hibbing.
  • Youth--Societies, etc.
  • Nationalism--Ukraine.