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Restriction: Permission to use the archives may be requested by writing to the director of the archives at the Academy.
Among the archives of Ukrainian organizations and institutions are included: archives of the Military Historical Institute, Union of Writers of Children's Literature (archives of Yu. Tyshchenko and Hoshovs'kyi); materials devoted to Sichovi Striltsi with valuable photographs relating to World War I (ca. 5,000) and other items; archives of the Ukrainian Artists Movement; archives of the editorial office of the weekly Nashe Zhyttia (Augsburg, Germany); archives of various camp, school and sports institutions. Of special note are numerous archival materials pertaining to life in DP camps after World War II, including documents and photographs which depict Ukrainian social and cultural life. Materials pertinent to the activities of Ukrainian-American organizations are systematically collected by the archives.
Among the personal archives are included: Archives of social-political figures N. Hryhor'ev, Ya. Chuzh, B. Martos, R. Pan'kivs'kyi, E. Chykalenko, O. Skoropys-Ioltuchovs Tkyi, H. Keller-Chykalenko, S. Drahomaniv, E. Prychod'ko, A. Zhyvotko, Shramchenko, B. Lepkyi, Rev. Danylenko-Danylevs'kyi, R. Genig-Berezovs'kyi, S. Demedchuk, A. Margolin, M. Rudnyts'ka (women's movement), K. Dats'ko, E. Onats'kyi, and others; archives of scholars Dmytro and Natalia Doroshenko (among their archives is included an especially valuable monograph by D. Doroshenko, Hetman Petro Doroshenko), V. Doroshenko, D. Solovei, L. Chykalenko, N. Polons'ka-Vasylenko, P. Kurinnyi, V. Shuhaevs'kyi, L. Margolin, I. Sweet, L. Bykovs'kyi, V. Pavlovs'kyi, R. Genig-Berezovs'kyi, Rozhin, O. Arkhimovych, and others; archives of writers and poets large archival collection of V. Vynnychenko, Yu. Klen, T. Os'machka, M. Orest, L. Kovalenko-Ivchenko, E. Malaniuk, O. Liaturyns'ka, D. Humenna, V. Barka, O. Stefanovych, K. Hrynevych, V. Chaplenko, and others. These archives also include the manuscript of the documental work, Khronolohiia zhyttia i tvorchosty Lesi Ukrainky by Olha Kosach-Kryvyniuk, the late sister of Lesia Ukrainka; archives of music-theatrical figures composer P. Pechenihy-Uhlyts'kyi (holographs of his operas Viy and Vid'ma, compositions on Ukrainian and other themes, symphonic works, photos, programs, and clippings), composers M. Haivorons'kyi, V. Ovcharenko, Rev. H. Pavlovs'kyi, Nedzvids'kyi, and T. Koshyts' (materials about O. Koshyts'); among theatrical figures, the archives of O. Dobrovols'ka and Yo. Hirniak; archives of artists large archival collections of V. Kyveliuk and V. Tsymbal, archives of the artist, poet-writer, founder of futurism D. Burliuk, and artist L. Gets.
Archival materials of the Academy, mostly from the 20th c. Ukraine, currently total over 500,000 items, making this repository the largest for Ukrainian materials in the U.S. Holdings include personal papers, manuscripts, memoirs, family correspondence, photographs, graphic material, maps, philatelic items and other unpublished materials pertaining to Ukrainian history, literature, culture, and social-political thought. The archival materials are divided into: personal archives of individual persons; archives of organizations and institutions; and materials pertaining to the history of Ukrainian immigration in the U.S.
Art work includes sketches for theatrical productions by Ia. Anchutin and graphic designs of Ia. Hnizdovs'kyi and O. Kul'chyts'ka, plus numerous paintings, drawings, pieces of sculpture, and sewn/embroidered items.
The numerous archival materials pertaining to the history of Ukrainian immigration in the U.S. are systematically supplemented with materials by the Academy's Commission for the Study of the History of the Ukrainian Immigration in the U.S.