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Preliminary processing of the collection was provided in the 1980s by the late Helena Sworakowska. Detailed processing and preservation microfilming were made possible by a generous grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities in 1997 and by matching funds from the Taube Family Foundation.

In addition, the grant provides depositing a microfilm copy of these materials in the State Archives of Poland in Warsaw

Maciej Siekierski

November 1998

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Selected box details.

RELEASE CERTIFICATES ("UDOSTOVERENIA"), 1941 August-September.

Boxes 152-184

Nearly 13,500 certificates issued by the NKVD after the Polish-Soviet agreement of July 1941, releasing Polish deportees from forced labor camps and other places of detention. Arranged alphabetically by name of deportee. Each name has also been entered on-line in a separate database, along with indication of father's name, camp name, date and place of birth, names of other family members, and box number. The names use standard Polish spelling and diacritical marks; because of that, the computer has alphabetized the names in a sequence that is not quite the correct alphabetical one. Please consult reference archivist for searches in that database. Hard copies of both databases are in separate binders.

REPORTS OF POLISH DEPORTEES, 1941.

Boxes 185-247

Nearly 12,000 questionnaires ("ankiety"), statements, and depositions of Polish deportees (as well as of some Polish prisoners of war in Box 246) collected by the Bureau of Documents of the Polish Armed Forces (Referat Historyczny Polskich Sil Zbrojnych) after evacuation to the Middle East. Arranged by name of province, and therein alphabetically by name of county. This series also includes related studies as well as copies and excerpts of some of the reports, which are filed after the orginal ones. Each name of deportee for whom we have an original report has also been entered on-line in a separate database, along with indication of profession, province, county or city, and box number (more biographical information is found in the report itself). The names use standard Polish spelling and diacritical marks; because of that, the computer has alphabetized the names in a sequence that is not quite the correct alphabetical one. Please consult reference archivist for searches in that database. Hard copies of both databases are in separate binders.

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