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- CA BMUFA 0030-2-UF2009.29.p19
- 2009-05-17 - ?
Part of Maryna Hrymych Brazil collection
The stone with carved names of donors for Craveiro "Gruta Nosa Senhora de Lordes"
- CA BMUFA 0280
- 1915-2013, predominantly 1940s-2013
The collection contains materials of an artist Parasia Iwanec such as photographs and reproductions of her paintings, reviews, newspaper articles about the artist, exhibit programs, biography, personal documents, as well as embroidered shirts and tablecloths, ceramics. A small part of the collection consists of Wasyl Iwanec papers such as official documents, memoirs, and autobiography.
Iwanec, Parasia and Wasyl
- CA BMUFA 0114
The collection consists of various certificates granted to Peter and Doris Kule: those awarded for their work in the community, as well as professional and educational ones.
Kule, Peter and Doris
The collection consists of photos and video footage from the event of the re-naming and additional gift by Drs. Peter and Doris Kule held in the Timms Centre, University of Alberta on 6 September 2006. Recognizing the contribution Ukrainian folklore plays in the development and preservation of Ukrainian culture and heritage, the Kules made another substantial gift to the University of Alberta in September 2006. To honor the Kules’ vision to see the centre expand and grow as a leading entity, the centre was renamed the Peter and Doris Kule Centre for Ukrainian and Canadian Folklore at a ceremony attended by several dignitaries including Dr. Indira Samarasekera, UofA President, and Dr. Daniel Woolf, Dean of Arts.
With this gift, the Kule Centre Endowment and the Kule Fellowship Endowment was established. Funds from the interest generated from these endowments is used for research projects, scholarships, publications and teaching. The Centre has been able to expand beyond Ukrainian Folklore to include Canadian Folklore studies, filling a much needed resource void in Western Canada.
Kule Folklore Centre