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Legacy

This sub-series is comprised of material pertaining to the legacy of Lester B. Pearson through the naming of awards, buildings and related material.

Memorials

This sub-series is comprised of material pertaining to memorials created to commemorate the life of Lester B. Pearson.

Miscellaneous

This sub-series is comprised of miscellaneous material (including photographs or photographic copies) pertaining to Lester B. Pearson.

Leonid Bachynsky

Batchinsky's correspondence with his brother Leonid: 1920-1973. Leonid Bachynsky was born 28 February in Katerynoslav and was a teacher and community activist. During the revolutionary years, he gave many lectures to the solders in UNR army camps and later was involved in the organization of Plast (Ukrainian Scouts) in Transcarpathia during 1923-1929. In 1952 he founded the Ukrainian Museum-Archives in Cleveland, Ohio, which he directed until 1977.

Minor files: The Jewish Question

This series consists of articles and documents from 1933-1938, addressing the Jewish Question. Largely anti-Semitic.

Minor files to supplement other sections.

Minor files: Famine in Ukraine

This series consists of clippings and some documents concerning the artificially induced famine in the Ukraine, 1932-1933.

Minor files to supplement other sections.

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.

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