Papers, ca. 1946–70, 1 box and 4 bound vols. Public school teacher and writer in the Ukraine, electrical engineer in the U.S. Typescripts of 4 translations of Polish novels into Ukrainian (works from the 19th and early 20th c); correspondence; 2 bibliographies of Ukrainian literature, over 200 pp. each; and 3 family histories/ biographies of Ukrainian families in Czechoslovakia after 1918.
Hugh Perkins (fl. 1830s)
English traveler. Kept a manuscript diary during his stay in St. Petersburg, 1834–38, recording his impressions of Russian society and culture, 158 pp. (MS 914.745 P41j)
Vasyl' Grendzha-Dons'kyi (1897-1974)
Papers, 1930s-1974, 2 boxes. Ukrainian writer and poet. Primarily photocopies of his literary manuscripts (novels and poems), correspondence, speeches, radio sketches, film scripts, articles, and other writings. Includes a bibliography of all his works, in Ukrainian, and a catalog of his works in 5 Western libraries, in English, both prepared by his daughter, Zerka Grendzha-Dons'ka Danyliuk. His memoirs, correspondence, and some documents are restricted.