Collection 0041 - Drepko-Stolarskyj Family collection

Zone du titre et de la mention de responsabilité

Titre propre

Drepko-Stolarskyj Family collection

Dénomination générale des documents

Titre parallèle

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Niveau de description

Collection

Cote

CA BMUFA 0041

Zone de l'édition

Mention d'édition

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Mention des coordonnées (cartographiques)

Mention d'échelle (architecturale)

Juridiction responsable et dénomination (philatélique)

Zone des dates de production

Date(s)

  • 1950s-1990s (Production)

Zone de description matérielle

Description matérielle

7 embroidered pillow covers
1 embroidered wall hanging
204 memorial cards

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Titre propre de la collection

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Compléments du titre de la collection

Mention de responsabilité relative à la collection

Numérotation à l'intérieur de la collection

Note sur la collection

Zone de la description archivistique

Nom du producteur

Notice biographique

Biographical note is coming.

Nom du producteur

(1925-)

Notice biographique

Anna Drepko was born in 1925 in Novosilka, a small village in Ternopil, Ukraine. Her life as she knew it was disrupted when the second world war started and she was forcibly taken to Germany to work as a labourer. When the war ended, Anna immigrated to Scotland. There she lived in a hostel with young Ukrainian women, all of whom worked in a thread factory. In 1949, Anna met and married her husband, who was residing in Oldham, England, at the time and who coincidentally was also from Novosilka. They settled in Oldham for the next several years. Shortly after the birth of their first child, Maria, the family immigrated to Winnipeg, Manitoba where, four years later their second child, Myron, was born. Anna has resided in Winnipeg ever since.

Life in Winnipeg centered around the Ukrainian community, primarily the Ukrainian Canadian Institute Prosvita and the church. It was very important for Anna and her husband to raise their children according to Ukrainian culture and traditions: They enrolled them in the Ukrainian youth organization SUM, Ukrainian dance classes and ridna shkola.
Anna's passion was embroidery. i assume her interest may have been sparked while living and working in Scotland. Upon arriving in Canada, Anna spent a great deal of her spare time embroidering. As life in Winnipeg unfolded, Anna's time eventually became devoted elsewhere, but she did continue to embroider on a lesser scale until the early 1990s.

Historique de la conservation

Portée et contenu

The collection consists of pillow covers and a wall hanging embroidered by Anna Drepko, Maria's mother, and memorial cards collected by her at various funerals in Winnipeg and area.

Zone des notes

État de conservation

Source immédiate d'acquisition

Gift of Maria Stolarskyj

Classement

The collection is arranged in two series:

  • Embroideries, and
  • Memorial cards

Langue des documents

Écriture des documents

Localisation des originaux

Archival Collections

Disponibilité d'autres formats

Restrictions d'accès

The material is available for researchers upon request.

Délais d'utilisation, de reproduction et de publication

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Mots-clés - Genre

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Identifiant de la description du document

Identifiant du service d'archives

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