- CA BMUFA 0269
- 1903 - 1996
Collection includes biographical materials about Lahola and his family, Correspondence between Lahola and different individuals and organizations, Lahola's life during World War 2: his experience in Auswitch, and various other prisons and concentration camps. Includes textual records of Lahola's community life in Canada, published materials, and miscellaneous information. Correspondence includes letters from the Committee for the Construction of the Greek Catholic Cathedral of the Intercession of the Blessed Virgin thanking Lahola for the donation of $100 for the construction of the cathedral (May 17, 1993), letters from the UCC President O. Romaniv thanking Lahola for his $500 donation to the Ukrainian Embassy Foundation in Canada, Ukrainian Public Committee a monument to Taras Shevchenko in Lviv with a request for a donation of money and thanking them for the donation; a letter from the Regional Cathedral of St. John the Baptist with a money donation request; a catalog of the Ukrainian samizdat "Torch" (1985-1986) and letters from the editors about sending books, a thank you letter from the Research Program of Ukrainian Churches for a donation of 10 dollars; greeting cards with Christmas, Easter, Mother's Day, etc. Printed materials include a program of the concert in honour of the first visit of Cardinal Joseph Slipyi on the Congress of Ukrainian Catholics of Canada in Edmonton (June 30, 1968, design of the stage and program of V. Dobrolizh); an invitation to the Ukrainian Day on August 10th, 1980 and the unveiling of the monument by to Leo Mol "Ukrainian Family", an invitation to the Mourning Academy of the 50th anniversary of the Holodomor (November 6, 1983) in Edmonton, along with other invitations and programs.