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Recordings are thematically diverse, recorded in a different time. Specific content is unknown.

Bezmutko family

Mike Bezmutko was born September 15, 1866 in Poland. His wife Mary Zuhajewych was born April 16, 1868 in Poland. They had seven children. According to Homestead Patent dated 1907, they obtained entry for their homestead in 1904, built their house and started their residence in 1903, their address at that time was New Ottawa, Saskatchewan. They got their naturalization in 1906 in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.


The series consists of a bibliography compiled by Jason Golinowski in the course of his research, as well as newspaper clippings and copies of articles related to history of Ukrainian festivals in Canada, and theoretical approaches to studying festivals.

Bilingual program

Various materials related to bilingual education in Alberta including newspaper clippings, conference proceedings, curricula, educational materials, official letters, documents, research studies, and legal materials on equality rights.

Biographical records

The series contains biographical materials and information concerning Dr Medwisky's early life, education, and academic career. Materials include his personal correspondence, church and religious activities, philanthropic activities, investments, personal documents, and professional documents.

Chapters & Verses

The series consists of the documentary film about Wasyl directed by his daughter Oksana Kuryliw, a video of the introduction to the first screening, and a poster of the screening event in Edmonton.

Cherweniuk family

Yelena Cherweniuk's (the wife of Petro Yakemchuk) two brothers George and Nikola Cherweniuk followed their sister to Canada (1912). George Cherweniuk left a wife (whom he later divorced) and a family behind in Bukovina. Two brothers worked together for a time in Winnipeg, Manitoba, saving money for a farm, however, Nikola elected to return to his homeland, leaving behind his share of the money in return for George's farm in Ukraine. George bough a farm near his sister Yelena, in Andrew. He married Magdelena Fedorak, sister of Lena Fedorak (who became Vasil Yakemchuk's wife). Unfortunately, she died with their infant daughter in childbirth, after which, George moved to Smoky Lake, Alberta.

George Cherweniuk married Domka Wedenivski, who journeyed to Canada by herself in 1926. Her uncle, Sam, owned a hotel in Smoky Lake, Alberta, and she worked there for three years until she met George.

Church in Ruin project

The series comprises six albums with over two thousand original photographs, predominantly of churches of the Ukrainian Catholic Eparchies whose territories fell within contemporary Poland and Slovakia (then Czechoslovakia). There also are photographs of many significant Lemko and Boiko events attended by Oleh Iwanusiw, such as the Sopot Festival (1985) and others, and discrete photographs of people, big trees in churchyards, and local nature. The albums are supplied with three binders of detailed indexes, lists, and maps of the churches (in the acknowledgment to his book Iwanusiw wrote that he is grateful to his father, Jaroslaw Iwanusiw, who was his "faithful secretary during the filming, and who was largely responsible for the preparation of the map, and for corrections to the text"). The series also contains an original book jacket of the "Church in Ruin" album, reviews of the album, feedbacks of "Church in Ruin" exhibit attendees in Lviv, and some other textual materials.

Community engagement

This series includes receipts from Tovarystvo Narodnoho Domu v Edmontoni and Novyny from 1918-1928; a postcard from the Canadian Ukrainian Publishing company to Alex Zarsky (1924); membership cards with the Ukrains'kyi Narodn'ii Dim, Edmonton for Oleksa and Kateryna Zarsky; correspondence from the Ukrains'kyi Narodn'ii Dim; a commemorative ribbon; "Adresnyi lyst" to Orest and Emelia Zarsky from the Ukrainian Sporting Sitch Association of Canada (Edmonton, Alberta), October 14th, 1939; Certificate to honoured member Mrs. Emilia Zarsky from the Ukrainian Catholic Women's League. This series also contains records from the Ukrainian Catholic Women's League (Edmonton)

Conference Reports & Addresses

The series consists of conference reports, addresses, and other materials of different authors on issues of multiculturalism, ethnic groups, language education, translation, etc.


Parasia Iwanec correspondence with people and institutions. Letters form UCAMA, Ivan Keywan, Andriy Zakharchenko and Vira Medytska are arranged in separate files.

Iwanec, Parasia and Wasyl

Demianiuk's case

Materials related to the trials of Demianiuk, predominantly from the 1980s. Contain correspondence with and about Ivan Demianiuk.

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