Fonds F 2118 - Stephen Rosocha fonds

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Stephen Rosocha fonds

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CA ON00009 F 2118

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  • 1899-1986 (Creation)

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11.2 m of textual records ca. 2000 photographs 10 posters 1 audio cassette (ca. 10-15 min.)

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Stephen Rosocha (1908-1986) was a journalist and publisher who lived in Czechoslovakia and Canada, and was active in Ukrainian and Canadian-Ukrainian nationalist, social and political affairs.

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Fonds consists of the personal and professional records created, received and collected by Stephen Rosocha. The fonds includes personal correspondence with Rosocha's daughter Natalie, his son Walter, and relatives and friends in the Ukraine. As well, there also is correspondence regarding tenants from his rental properties in Beamsville, Ontario. Fonds also includes correspondence, financial records, minutes, clippings and reports pertaining to the various journalist, newspaper and publishing associations with which Rosocha was involved. These organizations include the Association of Ukrainian Journalists in Canada; the Association of Ukrainian Journalists in Exile; the Association of Ukrainian Journalists in the Emigration (Regensburg); the Canada Ethnic Press Foundation; Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, International Branch (Ukrainian section); and newspapers such as "New Pathway," "Vilne Slovo," as well as Letters Patent, minutes, share certificates and financial records of the Boyko Publishing Company. The fonds also includes records such as correspondence, financial records, minutes, clippings and reports related to many Ukrainian nationalist organizations 1912-1984.

For a more detailed description, use this link to the Archives of Ontario's descriptive database:

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Fonds was donated to the Archives of Ontario in 1990 by Natalie Dudycha and Walter Rosocha.


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Reference copy of audio cassette is available.

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Access to some records in this fonds is subject to restrictions. Consult finding aid for F 2118 for details.

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Copyright held by creator. These materials cannot be published without permission of the copyright holder.

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For a more detailed description, use this link to the Archives of Ontario's descriptive database:

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Title based on contents of fonds. Audio cassette is in Ukrainian language.

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