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Evhen Batchinsky fonds Subseries
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Minor files: Autographs

This series consists of chronological and alphabetical collection of the signatures of prominent and chiefly Ukrainian individuals, in most cases these are signatures clipped from Batchinsky's letters received (some signatures were obtained through third parties). Examples include the autographs of D. Dontsov, Y. Chykalenko, S. Yefremov, L. Yurkevych, D. Doroshenko and M. Hrushevs'kyi. Some of the signatures are on unclipped letters that provide incidental information about the authors.

Minor files to supplement other sections.

Minor files: Religious materials

This series consists of extensive miscellanea on religious materials: Christmas and Easter, working notes and unfinished manuscript drafts, issues and clippings of newspapers and magazines.

Minor files to supplement other sections.

Swiss Ukrainica: "Ukraina" Association, Geneva

The series consists of Ukraina's manifesto, protocols, correspondence, unused examples of its official stationary, posters, and newspaper articles.

"Ukraina" was the name of the Ukrainian Student's Association (Ukrains'ke students'ke tovarystvo) in Geneva, part of the larger Association generale des stuidents de l'Universitye de Geneva.

Series also includes material from the Ukrainian Club, Geneva.

Autobiography; Manuscript and typescript records

Batchinsky's original collection manuscript and typescript records include: some Dossier indexes and lists, a register of correspondence with accounts of moneys received from supporters and parishioners; address file; sample letterhead; and a catalogue of his library.

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.

Minor files: Newsbills about the Ukraine

This series consists of newsbills about the Ukraine, 1941-1944 (many daily issues, single issues only for 1926, 1932-1933). Batchinsky may have intended these headline posters, printed by Swiss newspapers to be used in conjunction with his Daily Dossiers, which however are absent for 1940 - .

Minor files to supplement other sections.

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