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CA BMUFA 0021-L-O-2008.024.c125-126
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6 Oct. 1983 (Creation)
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2 audio cassettes (=3 audio files)
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Part 1: Her parents were from Halychyna; after arriving to Canada her father stayed in the Port Arthur’s area; her father was conscious of his Ukrainianness; Depression hardships; evening Ukrainian school in Canada, teacher Drabyk (??), girls mandoline group; Kravchuk; Panchyshyn; she was sent to Winnipeg for a 6-months instruction and then moved to Regina; she was teaching at a Ukrainian school then; proud to be Ukrainian in Canada; went to visit Ukraine in 1956 (??); teaching in Thunder Bay; Winnipeg College Fond (?????) in 1936 - Hutsuliak, Prokopchuk (the Director of the College); daily regiment, classes, and social life at the College; her father-in-law was the founder of the Workers Benevolent organization in Regina.
Part 2: Political education (awareness of the USSR, Ukrainian SSR); in 1922 they collected money to assist the starving in the USSR; Lobay and Kobzey leaving LFTA; John Kolasky (his book and statements); Communist Party of Canada (CPC); loss of the property of the Communist organizations in Canada; LFTA and Stalin’s ally, Hitler; Association of Ukrainian Canadians; collecting money for helping USSR during WWII; CUC creation and LFTA; LFTA membership; Workers Benevolent Association (she became a member in 1928 when she was 16); DPs and their impact on LFTA; visit to Ukraine in 1956, official delegation.
Part 3: Visit to Ukraine in 1956; DPs about the USSR; Ukrainian Labor Temple changed its name into Ukrainian Culture Centre; LFTA concerns.
Mostly illegible - very soft voice plus loud noises.