Item 2008.024.c124 - Lobay, Stepan and Maria

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Lobay, Stepan and Maria

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CA BMUFA 0021-L-O-2008.024.c124

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  • 3 Apr. 1984 (Creation)

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1 audio cassette (=2 audio files)

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Part 1: Born on November 24, 1904 in Halychyna (Sokal’s’kyi povit, village of Orzvyn (???)); his father was quite wealthy; Stepan had 2 brothers and 2 sisters; relations between Ukrainian and Jews in Orzvyn; vyzvol’ni zmahannia; life under the Poles; Lobay left for Canada in 1927; many people from his village went to Winnipeg; working in Osagan (??), Ontario during winter; married in 1929 and moved to Vancouver; UNO, Communists, Prosvita in Winnipeg; Vasyl’ Pelekh - his shvager; Lobay went to Vancouver to his sister; Prosvita in Vancouver; Catholic parish, then Orthodox parish (Svystun); Samostiinyky; Communists and their Hall; Strilets’ka hromada; UNO; Prosvita Hall; Mr. Duda - the Head of UNO; Mr. Hankalo (??) from Edmonton; Hankalo, Khomiak, Butsiy (??); women’s section in UNO; UNO and Samostiinyky; Fr. Dobko (??); new calendar in 1930; DPs.

Part 2: DPs and frictions with them; Mel’nykivtsi and UNO; Liha Vysvolennia Ukrainy;

Lobay’s wife’s nee is Puchko, she is from Snaityn povit, Green-Catholic, her father was a butcher, in her village there were 4 churches; Jews and Ukrainians in her village; vyzvol’ni zmahannia, Ukrains’ka Halyts’ka armiia; she finished the village school; her family had a relative in Winnipeg and joined her in October 1924; she later worked in a bakery, as a nurse, and dietician; Ukrainian life in Winnipeg in the 1920s; Samostiinyky in Vancouver; Prosvita, UNO; she was the Head of the UNO’s women’s section; Petro Mel’nychuk; Svystun; Fr. Dobko, Fr. Batman (??); Fr. Didyk (??); discrimination against Ukrainains; UNO buying the Japanese Hall; government taking away Communists’ Halls; CUC.

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