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The Aleksander and Anna Rudzinski Collection

Title
The Aleksander and Anna Rudzinski Collection, 1919-1995.
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StatusVol/DateFormatAccessCall NumberItem Location
box 18Mixed materialSupervised use Slav. Reserve 09-401 box 18Offsite
box 17Mixed materialSupervised use Slav. Reserve 09-401 box 17Offsite
box 16Mixed materialSupervised use Slav. Reserve 09-401 box 16Offsite
box 15Mixed materialSupervised use Slav. Reserve 09-401 box 15Offsite
box 14Mixed materialSupervised use Slav. Reserve 09-401 box 14Offsite
box 13Mixed materialSupervised use Slav. Reserve 09-401 box 13Offsite
box 12Mixed materialSupervised use Slav. Reserve 09-401 box 12Offsite
box 11Mixed materialSupervised use Slav. Reserve 09-401 box 11Offsite
box 10Mixed materialSupervised use Slav. Reserve 09-401 box 10Offsite
box 9Mixed materialSupervised use Slav. Reserve 09-401 box 9Offsite
box 8Mixed materialSupervised use Slav. Reserve 09-401 box 8Offsite
box 7Mixed materialSupervised use Slav. Reserve 09-401 box 7Offsite
box 6Mixed materialSupervised use Slav. Reserve 09-401 box 6Offsite
box 5Mixed materialSupervised use Slav. Reserve 09-401 box 5Offsite
box 4Mixed materialSupervised use Slav. Reserve 09-401 box 4Offsite
box 3Mixed materialSupervised use Slav. Reserve 09-401 box 3Offsite
box 2Mixed materialSupervised use Slav. Reserve 09-401 box 2Offsite
box 1Mixed materialSupervised use Slav. Reserve 09-401 box 1Offsite

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Description
18 boxes (9 linear ft.).
Subject
Biography (note)
  • Aleksander Witold Rudzinski was born in Cracow, Poland, March 4, 1900. During Summer 1948, Autum 1948, Summer 1949 and January 1950 Acting Chief of the Polish delegation to the United Nations. From December 1945 until resignation in January 1950 Chief of the Legal Department, Polish Consulate General in New York. He resigned January 16, 1950 in the protest against the Sovetisation of Poland and complete Soviet domination of Polish external and internal affairs.
Call Number
Slav. Reserve 09-401
OCLC
  • 761300121
  • 761300121
Title
The Aleksander and Anna Rudzinski Collection, 1919-1995.
Summary
The Aleksander and Anna Rudzinski Collection includes photographs of Rudzinski's family, correspondence, documents and papers.
Biography
Aleksander Witold Rudzinski was born in Cracow, Poland, March 4, 1900. During Summer 1948, Autum 1948, Summer 1949 and January 1950 Acting Chief of the Polish delegation to the United Nations. From December 1945 until resignation in January 1950 Chief of the Legal Department, Polish Consulate General in New York. He resigned January 16, 1950 in the protest against the Sovetisation of Poland and complete Soviet domination of Polish external and internal affairs.
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Slav. Reserve 09-401
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