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Minor files: Leonid Mosendz

This series consists of artifacts, family photographs and correspondence of Leonid Mosendz.

Leonid Mosendz (1897-1948) was a prominent Ukrainian author who became a displaced person after World War II. Suffering from tuberculosis, Batchinsky arranged for him to be hospitalized in Switzerland in 1946. Batchinsky took a strong interest in him (see Mosendz BD) and after Mosendz death Bathcinsky acquired his briefcase containing family photographs, correspondence and other personal effects.

Serial Collection

Two hundred fifty eight catalogued serials represented by at least several issues or known to be important appear in the list with holdings. Square brackets around holdings, e.g.[2-4], indicate defective copies of holding gaps between the first and last issues cited. Approximately two hundred fifty other titles are unlisted and are held only in single or scattered issues.

In addition to the thousands of single serial issues (newspapers, newsletters, journals, etc.) dispersed by Batchinsky to specific dossiers concerning individuals, organizations, particular dates and subjects, the Collection contains many collected runs of serials published in the Ukraine and Western Europe

The serial files range from the late nineteenth century to the 1960's, but cover principally the period spanned by the two World Wars. The collection is notably strong in newspapers and the bulletins of Ukrainian press services of that period in Western Europe. Many formats, frequencies (daily, weekly, monthly), and languages (but predominantly Ukrainian) are represented. Holdings vary from fragmentary to extensive. Some, especially the newspapers, are extremely rare or fragile, or both.

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