Item 2008.024.c142 - Kulyk, Andriy

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Kulyk, Andriy

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CA BMUFA 0021-K-2008.024.c142

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  • Dec. 1, 1982 (Creation)

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1 audio cassette (=2 audio files)

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Part 1: Born in Ukraine; refuses to provide his DOB; he is Orthodox now but his relatives who came to Canada around 1907 were Greek-Catholic; his family settled on a farm in Saskatchewan, to the South of Saskatoon; in 1917 Kulyk went to the Petro Mohyla Institute in Saskatoon; he was teaching several years to get money for his tuition; because of lack of money, graduated in 1932; then came to Winnipeg, worked for the Ukrainian Voice for a year; in 1940 found a job in Income Tax (hold it for 25 years); studying Ukrainian at a school; life at the Mohyla Institute; Svystun; Stechyshyn; religious life at the Institute; in 1939 was a vice Rector of the Institute; was a secretary of SUMC; Bohdan Panchuk was his student; SUMC was an active organization before WWII; SUS; Sichovi stril’tsi; UNO; Konovalets’, Mel’nyk and meeting with him - a meeting in 1931; Arsenych; Prof. Bilets’kyi (??); Het’mantsi; Dr. Datskiv; ULFTA; physical altercations with Communists; Ukrains’kyi natsional’nyi komitet; Komitet dopomohy Karpats’kiy Ukraini; 2 Committees of CUC; Kushnir; creation of CUC; Pavliuchenko, Kosar; confiscating property of LFTA; conscription debate; Ukrains’ko-kanads’kyi dopomohovyi komitet.

Part 2: DPs coming to Canada; Samostiinyky; Liha vyzvolennia Ukrainy; Ukrains’ka natsional’na rada; Kushnir; Kosar; Fr. Savchuk; Datskiv; Dr. Mandryka; Kokhan; BUC.

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