Inventory of the Mykola Haydak papers, ca. 1945-1970.
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Papers of Mykola H. Haydak (1898-1971), mostly in Ukrainian and English, include correspondence; materials pertaining to the Ukrainian Folk Ballet in the Twin Cities, Minn.; a collection of Ukrainian Christmas and Easter cards; and materials about Ukrainian immigrants, the Slavonic Encyclopedia, and Ukrainian-Jewish relations. Correspondents include Haydak's mother, Anna Haydak; his father, Hryhorii Haydak; Ivan Haydak; Mykola Nebesenko; Simon M. Nechay; Petro Filipovich; Alexander Filipovich; Walter Galan, Executive Director of the United Ukrainian American Relief Committee;
Ulas Samchuk; IEvhen Onats'kyi; Dmytro Havrylenko; Andrii Kist; Ivan Kist; H.F. Wilson; Vily Peterca (in Czech); Naukove Toverystvo im. Shevchenka (Shevchenko Scientific Society, Inc.); Ukraïns'kyi Tekhnichno-Hospodars'kyi Intstytut (Ukrainian Technical and Husbandry Institute); Ukrainian American Association of University Professors; and correspondence of World War II refugees.