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Ukrainian Literary Periodicals, 1917-1930
University of Manitoba Libraries, Elizabeth Dafoe Library

Subjects
Ukrainian literature

History
The collection was established in l981. A major portion of it was purchased from private collections.

Description
The collection is part of the library's Slavic Collection. It is the most complete collection in Canada of Ukrainian literary periodicals (1917-1930). The titles in this collection provide the basis for original research on Ukrainian literature for the period following the Russian Revolution until the 1930s.

Language
Ukrainian.

Holdings
45 serials titles, 200 vols.

Bibliographic Access
The collection is arranged alphabetically by title. The online catalogue lists all titles held. The holdings are recorded in a separate card catalogue and in an in-house bibliography.

Physical Access
The collection is in the Slavic Collection area which is open to the public, Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., or by appointment. For further information visit: http://www.umanitoba.ca/libraries/units/dafoe/collections/slavic.shtml.

Interlibrary Loan: No.

Reprography: Yes.

Reference Assistance: Yes.

Publications Describing Collection
None at present.