Correspondence, writings, bibliographies, notes, catalogs, bulletins, biographical data, printed matter, and photographs relating
to the post-1939 Polish émigré press, Polish émigré journalists, and notable Polish émigrés in the United States and especially
in California. Includes some collected papers of Polish émigrés and records of Polish émigré organizations in the United States.
Jan Kowalik was born on August 28, 1910, in Skoczowie, Poland. His birth name was Jan Franciszek Slawiczek, but he was most
often known by his pseudonym, Kowalik, or as Jan Franciszek Suchy or Jan Pokrzywa. He is known as a writer, bibliographer,
and a poet of the post-World War II era.
89 manuscript boxes, 1 oversize box, 9 card file boxes
(37.8 linear feet)
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